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Under the direction of the Medical Director and Director of Imaging Services, operates diagnostic equipment and performs complete diagnostic imaging tests / ultrasound studies inclusive of positioning patient, calibration of equipment, and documentation of findings. Responsible for the efficient daily operation of the Ultrasound Suite(s) which involves quality control/quality assurance. Coordinates patient flow and the activities of the Ultrasound Department; Prepares Ultrasound Suite(s) to be utilized. Produces and digitally archives images, provides patient orientation, procedure explanation, inclusive of positioning patient, calibration of equipment, pre and post diagnostic care to completion of test and documentation of findings. Maintains patient safety through attention to detail, equipment safety checks, adherence to department policies, and effective communication with physicians, staff and patients. Assists patients with basic patient care needs. Displays positive support for and promotes the Values, Mission and Vision of CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial.
Job ID
2020-141757
Department
Ultrasound
Facility
MEMORIAL MED CENTER OF EAST TX
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-LUFKIN
GENERAL SUMMARY: Independently performs ultrasound procedures under the direction of a Radiologist and/or manager in a highly technical and professional manner.  Provides care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Performs Ultrasound procedures on scheduled shifts including emergency callback, operating ultrasound equipment. - Instructs and educates patient regarding the ordered test and prepares the patient for the procedure. - Uses the Hospital and Department information systems to complete patient testing records and billing procedures. - Provides patient/family or caregiver education and counseling in recognition and solution of physical, emotional, and environmental health problems. - Instructs, supervises, and evaluates student technologists. - Demonstrates proficiency in performing all exams according to protocol. Maintains the physical environment of the department in a clean, well-stocked, orderly manner. - Operates equipment in a safe and efficient manner, reporting any malfunctions to manager/Bio-med. - Manages and coordinates the activities of the Ultrasound Department with other areas of the department and hospital to insure and maintain patient care. - Attends hospital and department meetings and in-services. - Complies with OSHA/JCAHO and other regulatory agency recommendations and guidelines. - Performs high-level disinfection of reusable items such as transducers per the manufacturer’s recommendations. #MissionCritical
Job ID
2020-139562
Department
Ultrasound
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Under the direction of the Medical Director and Director of Imaging Services, operates diagnostic equipment and performs complete diagnostic imaging tests / ultrasound studies inclusive of positioning patient, calibration of equipment, and documentation of findings. Responsible for the efficient daily operation of the Ultrasound Suite(s) which involves quality control/quality assurance. Coordinates patient flow and the activities of the Ultrasound Department; Prepares Ultrasound Suite(s) to be utilized. Produces and digitally archives images, provides patient orientation, procedure explanation, inclusive of positioning patient, calibration of equipment, pre and post diagnostic care to completion of test and documentation of findings. Maintains patient safety through attention to detail, equipment safety checks, adherence to department policies, and effective communication with physicians, staff and patients. Assists patients with basic patient care needs. Displays positive support for and promotes the Values, Mission and Vision of CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial.
Job ID
2020-130029
Department
Ultrasound
Facility
MEMORIAL MED CENTER OF EAST TX
Shift
Evening
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
Dual role as Technician and Sonography student combines department technician responsibilities and department specific sonographer clinical training.  Contributes to the safe, efficient operation of the Heart Institute by assisting the physicians, RNs and Sonographers in performing diagnostic and / or therapeutic procedures and report dissemination in Heart Institute Non-Invasive Services.   Performs designated procedures and tasks as assigned as kloappropriate for demonstrated competencies as assigned.  Completes department competency based ultrasound imaging training.   -  Gives direct and indirect patient care under the supervision of the sonographer or RN’s. - Prepares and sets up for all procedures ensuring that the correct equipment and supplies are available during the case. - Applies monitoring equipment, obtains vital signs, documents patient data and information as appropriate for various procedures. - Ability to assist as needed with equipment and supplies as appropriate. - Knowledge of all complex and therapeutic procedures performed in the department. - Ability to set up table, instruments and supplies according to the type of case. Assists with room turnover. - Able to recognize and communicate any patient issues to RN or physician during the procedure. - Maintains supplies and stocks procedure rooms and travel carts during down time. - Assists with tracking locations and maintaining inventory of equipment. - Disinfects and cleans scopes and equipment according to hospital policy and manufacturer guidelines. - Performs other duties as assigned. - Manages reports and expedites completion and distribution. - Completes department log books and schedules. - Performs 12 lead EKG’s. - Processes EKG’s in MUSE system. - Completes competency based training for ultrasound imaging under direction of the Imaging Coordinator. - Performs ultrasound studies under supervision of credentialed sonographer for specified modality.  
Job ID
2020-132745
Department
Cardiology Services
Facility
SAINT JOSEPH HEALTH SYSTEM INC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Job Summary / Job Purpose   The Sonographer is responsible for performing obstetrical and gynecologic ultrasound examinations at a technical level in accordance with department protocols and applicable regulatory requirements. Will assume responsibility for the safe, efficient and proper operation of the ultrasound equipment.   Key Responsibilities   * Produce high quality ultrasound images and obtain appropriate measurements for each exam. * Recognize the sonographic appearance of normal and abnormal tissue structures and provide the best image quality for documentation. * Document all applicable patient and procedure data consistently and correctly. * Obtain and evaluate pertinent patient history and physical findings that may affect the sonographic examination. * Explain procedures adequately to patients to maximize patient comfort and cooperation. * Appropriate monitoring during all phases of procedure with special care taken to insure patient emotional and physical well-being. * Communicate patient information in a professional and courteous manner to patients and to referring physician offices as required. * Maintain the ultrasound equipment for cleanliness and ensure proper equipment maintenance and equipment safety. * Calibrate and maintain equipment and order supplies when needed. * Schedule and coordinate tests. * Prepare and maintain operational logs. * Assist with Quality Assurance/Improvements audits and activities as required. * Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-122807
Department
Women's Health Services Clinic
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON CLINIC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
NE-OMAHA
Job Summary / Job Purpose   The Sonographer is responsible for performing obstetrical and gynecologic ultrasound examinations at a technical level in accordance with department protocols and applicable regulatory requirements. Will assume responsibility for the safe, efficient and proper operation of the ultrasound equipment.   Key Responsibilities   * Produce high quality ultrasound images and obtain appropriate measurements for each exam. * Recognize the sonographic appearance of normal and abnormal tissue structures and provide the best image quality for documentation. * Document all applicable patient and procedure data consistently and correctly. * Obtain and evaluate pertinent patient history and physical findings that may affect the sonographic examination. * Explain procedures adequately to patients to maximize patient comfort and cooperation. * Appropriate monitoring during all phases of procedure with special care taken to insure patient emotional and physical well-being. * Communicate patient information in a professional and courteous manner to patients and to referring physician offices as required. * Maintain the ultrasound equipment for cleanliness and ensure proper equipment maintenance and equipment safety. * Calibrate and maintain equipment and order supplies when needed. * Schedule and coordinate tests. * Prepare and maintain operational logs. * Assist with Quality Assurance/Improvements audits and activities as required. * Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-120017
Department
Women's Health Services Clinic
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON CLINIC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
NE-OMAHA
Job Summary / Job Purpose   The Sonographer is responsible for performing obstetrical and gynecologic ultrasound examinations at a technical level in accordance with department protocols and applicable regulatory requirements. Will assume responsibility for the safe, efficient and proper operation of the ultrasound equipment.   Key Responsibilities   * Produce high quality ultrasound images and obtain appropriate measurements for each exam. * Recognize the sonographic appearance of normal and abnormal tissue structures and provide the best image quality for documentation. * Document all applicable patient and procedure data consistently and correctly. * Obtain and evaluate pertinent patient history and physical findings that may affect the sonographic examination. * Explain procedures adequately to patients to maximize patient comfort and cooperation. * Appropriate monitoring during all phases of procedure with special care taken to insure patient emotional and physical well-being. * Communicate patient information in a professional and courteous manner to patients and to referring physician offices as required. * Maintain the ultrasound equipment for cleanliness and ensure proper equipment maintenance and equipment safety. * Calibrate and maintain equipment and order supplies when needed. * Schedule and coordinate tests. * Prepare and maintain operational logs. * Assist with Quality Assurance/Improvements audits and activities as required. * Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-119299
Department
Women's Health Services Clinic
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON CLINIC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
NE-OMAHA
Ensures effective communication between Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals and CHI Health staff.  A highly skilled qualified professional who manages the interpreting session to optimize the accurate exchange of information whether providing language assistance in-person.  Produces high quality document translation in accordance with organizational standards.    - In accordance with NCIHC Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, interprets from English to the target language and vice versa. - Translates a variety of documents from English to the target language. Occasionally, completes a sight translation or translates a document from the target language to English. - Steps in to coordinate when needed. - Delivers on a service model goal to provide language assistance services that incorporates efficiency, value and experience.
Job ID
2020-132509
Department
Interpreter Services
Facility
SAINT FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-GRAND ISLAND
Ensures effective communication between Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals and CHI Health staff.  A highly skilled qualified professional who manages the interpreting session to optimize the accurate exchange of information whether providing language assistance in-person.  Produces high quality document translation in accordance with organizational standards.   - In accordance with NCIHC Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, interprets from English to the target language and vice versa. - Translates a variety of documents from English to the target language. Occasionally, completes a sight translation or translates a document from the target language to English. - Steps in to coordinate when needed. - Delivers on a service model goal to provide language assistance services that incorporates efficiency, value and experience. - Identifies gaps in communication services and partners with organizational colleagues to find solutions that ensure compliance with all laws, regulations and credentialing bodies.
Job ID
2020-119770
Department
Interpreter Services
Facility
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHUYLER
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-SCHUYLER
Ensures effective communication between Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals and CHI Health staff.  A highly skilled qualified professional who manages the interpreting session to optimize the accurate exchange of information whether providing language assistance in-person.  Produces high quality document translation in accordance with organizational standards.   - In accordance with NCIHC Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, interprets from English to the target language and vice versa. - Translates a variety of documents from English to the target language. Occasionally, completes a sight translation or translates a document from the target language to English. - Steps in to coordinate when needed. - Delivers on a service model goal to provide language assistance services that incorporates efficiency, value and experience.
Job ID
2020-109929
Department
Interpreter Services
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON HEALTH
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-SCHUYLER
- To provide and coordinate high quality patient care in all areas of the Heart and Vascular Center upon the order of a licensed physician and in accordance with the mission and philosophy of CHI St. Alexius Health. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Demonstrates technical and professional knowledge in patient care through job knowledge, productivity, critical thinking and leadership. - Manages routine use and quality control requirements of angiography equipment. - Adheres to established radiation safety protocols for all personnel inside the procedure room. - Assesses patient relative to requested procedure by collecting pertinent data about the patient and procedure and uses professional judgement to analyze data to select the most appropriate and cost-effective products for completing the requested procedure. - Prepares past imaging of patient for physicians by pulling them onto the Leo. - Assists in patient education related to procedure. - Sets up, maintains, and monitors the sterile field assuring the highest standards of sterile technique are maintained during the procedure. - Prepares the patient for the procedure assuring that the highest standards are maintained; prepares and administers contrast; performs exams under the supervision and direction of the physician to include imaging, scrubbing and circulating. - Manages the imaging equipment demonstrating expert visualization and localization of anatomy during angiography procedures. - Manages and assists the physician with specialized equipment used for diagnostic or interventional purposes and emergent situations. - Facilitates the delivery of completed exams for physician interpretation, using current imaging technology such as: using appropriate modality or technologist work list management, linking exams, performing exception handling in a timely manner, creates exam memo when appropriate, organizes presentation states, and works professionally with the physician ensuring quality techniques in imaging protocol and timely reporting of exams. - Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection control policies and protocols. - Utilize CPT coding for all procedures, staying current on the charging CPT coding system. - Maintains room supplies by restocking and preparing room for the next exam. - Adheres to HIPPAA regulations and CHI St. Alexius Health policies. - Successfully completes the 4 defined job specific competencies, including competencies for age specific, as appropriate. May exceed by completing an additional 2 or more competencies deemed for area selected for that fiscal year. - Takes action to achieve personal goals from performance appraisal. - Assists Heart and Vascular Clinical Coordinator with establishing and implementing the department goals. - Attendance at Heart and Vascular Department meetings. - Work attendance will be according to the Heart and Vascular policy, trend will be monitored by the Director. - Assists in meeting Core Measure and Quality Control thresholds.
Job ID
2020-118518
Department
Cath Lab
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: To provide and coordinate high quality patient care in all areas of the Heart and Vascular Center upon the order of a licensed physician and in accordance with the mission and philosophy of CHI St. Alexius Health.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Scope of Practice and Professional Issues: - Demonstrates technical and professional knowledge in patient care through job knowledge, productivity, critical thinking and leadership. - Manages routine use and quality control requirements of angiography equipment. - Adheres to established radiation safety protocols for all personnel inside the procedure room. - Assesses patient relative to requested procedure by collecting pertinent data about the patient and procedure and uses professional judgement to analyze data to select the most appropriate and cost-effective products for completing the requested procedure. - Assists in patient education related to procedure. - Sets up, maintains, and monitors the sterile field assuring the highest standards of sterile technique are maintained during the procedure. - Prepares the patient for the procedure assuring that the highest standards are maintained; prepares and administers contrast; performs exams under the supervision and direction of the IR physician to include imaging, scrubbing and circulating. - Manages the imaging equipment demonstrating expert visualization and localization of anatomy during angiography procedures. - Manages and assists the physician with specialized equipment used for diagnostic or interventional purposes and emergent situations. - Facilitates the delivery of completed exams for physician interpretation, using current imaging technology such as: using appropriate modality or technologist work list management, linking exams, performing exception handling in a timely manner, creates exam memo when appropriate, organizes presentation states, and works professionally with the physician ensuring quality techniques in imaging protocol and timely reporting of exams. - Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection control policies and protocols. - Utilize CPT coding for all procedures, staying current on the charging CPT coding system. - Maintains room supplies by restocking and preparing room for the next exam. - Adheres to HIPPAA regulations and St. Alexius Medical Center policies. - Successfully completes the 4 defined job specific competencies, including competencies for age specific, as appropriate. May exceed by completing an additional 2 or more competencies deemed for area selected for that fiscal year. - Takes action to achieve personal goals from performance appraisal. - Assists Heart and Vascular Clinical Coordinator with establishing and implementing the department goals. - Attendance at Heart and Vascular Department meetings. - Work attendance will be according to the Heart and Vascular policy, trend will be monitored by the Director. - Assists in meeting Core Measure and Quality Control thresholds.  
Job ID
2020-112782
Department
Interventional Radiology
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Job Summary Performs laboratory specimen receiving, processing, and distribution functions to maintain efficient and productive operations within the laboratory. Work includes: 1) receiving and processing laboratory specimens and ensuring specimen viability is maintained, 2) performing patient data, order entry and result distribution, 3) ensuring specimen adequacy for all testing both in-house as well as referral testing and 4) ensuring samples are properly prepared and are available at the specified testing bench or courier staging area for pickup. Work requires: 1) ability to communicate effectively, 2) exemplify customer service and 3) knowledge of laboratory procedures and equipment, accessioning, verifying specimens and specimen requirements, and skills in using a laboratory information system. Essential Duties Accesses hospital and lab information system programs to perform ordering, sample labeling, log-in, test cancellation, test add-on, etc. and final disposition into the sample inventory system/storage program. Performs processing duties and prepares samples for testing to include: validating patient identity, labeling, centrifugation, aliquoting, and preserving sample integrity. Test ready samples are delivered for testing or packaged for dispatch following specific guidelines. Performs urine drug screen collection and breath alcohol testing. Provides communications support using established customer service standards. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required. Additional Responsibilities Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2021-148306
Department
Clinical Laboratory Support
Facility
St Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
The Speech Language Pathologist will assess present and potential problems, needs and resources of the patient utilizing standardized testing, observation and review of medical records. The Speech Pathologist will plan and implement patient treatment and administers therapy sessions according to the plan of treatment and patient tolerance levels.   - Evaluate hearing or speech and language test results, barium swallow results, or medical or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, or swallowing disorders - Maintain proper documentation such patient information, initial evaluation, treatment, progress, and discharge - Demonstrates competence with clinical skills necessary to provide care appropriately to all the patient groups served by the speech language pathology service - Monitor patients' progress and adjust treatments accordingly #missioncritical
Job ID
2020-136641
Department
Outpatient Rehabilitation
Facility
BRAZOSPORT REGIONAL HEALTH SYS
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
Position Responsibilities: - Evaluates, plans and Implements communication and/or swallow treatment programs according to physician referral, and/or plan of care. Designs programs to meet the patient’s oral motor/swallowing, speech/language, and cognitive needs. Applies and shares advanced knowledge of new treatment philosophies and techniques, changes in the practice act or rules, or changes affecting the healthcare industry.     - Plans and organizes work in a systematic manner to enhance patient care and departmental outcomes and achieve established productivity standards    - Promotes and Supports positive and professional customer service, while interacting with clients, guests and hospital personnel. Works collaboratively with all members of the interdisciplinary team, other departments and disciplines to assure patients and customer’s needs are met in a timely manner. Encourages the active participation of the patient and/or family in goal setting and patient/family training/education    - Provides positive and constructive feedback to enhance departmental operations. Completes all necessary documentation as outlined by departmental policy and documentation review. This includes, but is not limited to, patient care charting, charge entry, completing peer chart and peer reviews, and documenting on daily schedule    - Utilizes available information management systems to support departmental and hospital goals. This includes utilization of hospital wide e-mail, information announcements, policies, annual computer mandatories, charge entry, and accessing patient care related information. Access and use of information will meet hospital and information management guidelines 
Job ID
2020-138593
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Job Summary:  Dynamic team of highly skilled and collaborative clinicians working to cover an Adult population for Inpatient & OP needs of a 240 bed Level II Trauma center. - Evaluates and treats patients with communication, speech and swallowing disorders to improve communication skills through vocal exercises and cognitive therapies in accordance with FHS policies/guidelines, regulatory requirements and the standards of the profession.  Work includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation, scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings, ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control and performance improvement. - Incumbents are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations; participating in continuing education, staff development, self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students, volunteers as requested.  Essential Duties:  Performs patient assessment/data collection and formulates treatment plans for individuals with disorders of cognition, communication and swallow; reviews goals and treatment plan with patient and/or caregiver. Implements and updates a treatment plan that includes: consultation with other disciplines; communication of recommendations to referral sources; and participation in team decision-making. Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of speech language pathology treatment in accordance with FHS documentation standard.  Additional Responsibilities:   Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.  
Job ID
2020-106952
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
ST JOSEPH MEDICAL CENTER
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
  Expectations: - Evaluate hearing or speech and language test results, barium swallow results, or medical or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, or swallowing disorders - Maintain proper documentation such patient information, initial evaluation, treatment, progress, and discharge - Demonstrates competence with clinical skills necessary to provide care appropriately to all the patient groups served by the speech language pathology service - Monitor patients' progress and adjust treatments accordingly  
Job ID
2020-117126
Department
Speech Therapy-Hha
Facility
MADISON ST.JOSEPH HEALTH CTR
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-MADISONVILLE
What you’ll do: - Evaluate hearing or speech and language test results, barium swallow results, or medical or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, or swallowing disorders - Maintain proper documentation such patient information, initial evaluation, treatment, progress, and discharge
Job ID
2020-138496
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
ALG HLTH-IMMANUEL MEDICAL CTR
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Pay Scale: $34.29 - $45.59 Shift: Casual Part Time, Varied Days, 8am - 5pm Job Summary:  Under the direction of the Home Health Therapist Supervisor, the Home Health/Hospice Speech/Language Pathologist is a licensed professional who is legally and ethically responsible for planning, administering and continually evaluating a corrective rehabilitative treatment program for medically referred patients.  The position requires work in critical and special care areas.  The therapist schedules, evaluates, plans and implements treatment programs according to the principles and practices of speech/language pathology.  Essential Functions: - Performs an appropriate evaluation of the patient and determines the most effective treatment plan. - Evaluates the patient by performing and interpreting tests and measures. - Plans and implements treatment program on the basis of test findings and within the parameters of the physician referral with periodic review of the plan of care. - Administers' treatments, including, but not limited to: speech disorders of articulation, fluency and voice, language disorders of loss verbal fluency, word finding difficulty, loss of grammar and syntax, auditory comprehension problems, reading difficulty, written expression and writing problems and change in cognitive skills, swallowing dysfunction e.g. dysphasia due to mechanical, paralytics, pseudobulbar, pseudo and vocal cord dysfunction, and aural disorders e.g. speech reading and auditory discrimination. - Maintains communication with physicians regarding their patient’s evaluation/treatment and progress in accordance with policy statements. - Establishes and teaches home programs that include verbal and/or written instructions as appropriate. - Participates in patient care/discharge conferences as necessary. - Applies appropriate psychological and sociological principles in motivating and instructing the patient and/or family. - Maintains documentation of evaluations and treatment in accordance with the state, federal and JCAHO departmental standards. - Discusses condition and treatment course of patients with the physician, Home Health Lead Therapist Assistant, Director of Rehabilitation Services, and Home Health/Hospice Manager when appropriate. - Schedules patients in an efficient and appropriate manner. - Possess knowledge, skills and/or flexibility to be able to perform adequately in acute medical/surgical/critical care units, outpatient, extended care facilities, and home health. - Obtains and instructs patients with augmentative communication devises as appropriate. - Communicates with interdisciplinary team members individually or at regularly scheduled case conferences, of the ongoing identified needs of the patient and any changes in the treatment plan to assure coordinated implementation of the care plan. - Complies with hospice plan of care and understands hospice philosophy of care.  Maintains contact with Hospice Patient Care Coordinator or primary RN when working with hospice patients. - Interviews patient, family, caregivers, significant others to obtain information about home environment, family relationships, health and psychosocial history.  
Job ID
2020-107068
Department
Home Health
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER INC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
  Expectations: - Evaluate hearing or speech and language test results, barium swallow results, or medical or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, or swallowing disorders - Maintain proper documentation such patient information, initial evaluation, treatment, progress, and discharge - Demonstrates competence with clinical skills necessary to provide care appropriately to all the patient groups served by the speech language pathology service - Monitor patients' progress and adjust treatments accordingly
Job ID
2020-115926
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
ST.JOSEPH REGIONAL HEALTH CTR
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN
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