Full time position – Night Shift
The Unit Coordinator coordinates ancillary services and non-clinical aspects of patient care by performing reception, communication and clerical tasks essential to the functioning of a unit. Establishes and maintains good interpersonal relationships with those with whom he/she has contact. Has the ability to work independently and/or with direction. Has knowledge of and utilizes appropriate age-related patient care protocols, as relates to job, relating to physical and psychological needs of pediatric, adolescent and adult patients.
Greets and directs patients, visitors and staff within the facility. Answers telephone and routes calls to appropriate individual/department or takes accurate messages. Maintains adequate supply of forms, materials, supplies and equipment. Keeps accurate daily floor census. Prepares discharge and/or transfer forms. Transcribes physician orders and notifies staff of stat orders. Completes forms/requisitions, etc., pertaining to implementation of orders. Inputs patient information into the computer. Assembles patient chart for new admission, maintains chart during hospital stay and disassembles chart upon dismissal
The certified nursing assistant in acute care assists in the provision of nursing care of the patients as directed by the PCC/RN/LPN. Care skills include but are not limited to: comfort and safety measures, personal hygiene, assisting with activities of daily living, and simple nursing procedures. When students are providing patient care, treatment, and/or services as part of their training, any or all employees may be asked to work with and supervise the students.
Must possess good communication skills, knowledge of hospital/unit policies as they apply to the HUC role, knowledge of medical terminology. Requires knowledge of multi-line telephone system, FAX machine, copy machine and computer. Typing skills are preferred. Ability to do detailed work correctly; function under and handle stress.
Certification from a state approved program for nursing assistant, or completion of in-house certification program by the end of four months of employment. BLS required.
Be sure to review Winner Regional’s comprehensive employee benefits package.
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