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09/20/2019
Accounting
Respiratory Therapist
Description:  

Job Description:

=         Perform all Respiratory Care procedures in the hospital and/or outpatient setting; including Arterial Blood Gases, EKG, assist with Intubation, Nebulizer Therapy, Oxygen Therapy, Ventilator Management, Patient Education, Sleep Studies, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation duties, Cardiopulmonary function testing

Abilities:

=         Manage time effectively

=         Complete assignments while paying attention to detail

=         Communicate effectively with patients/coworkers/physicians

=         Multi-task

=         To change surroundings and handle the pressure that might arise

 

Benefits of Full Time Position After a 90 Day Period:

=         Medical, Dental, Vision

=         401K and Flex Spending

=         Life Insurance

=         AFLAC enrollment options

Requirements:  

Position Requirements:

=         CPR/PALS/ACLS/NRP certifications

=         Active CRT/RRT credentials from the NBRC

=         Licensed as a Respiratory Care Practitioner by the Texas Department of Health

=         Associates Degree/Certification as Respiratory Therapy Technician/Registered Respiratory Therapy Technician

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
HR
806244-4571 1972
 
09/04/2019
Radiology
Radiology/CT Technologist
Description:  
JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of a Radiologist, performs diagnostic radiographic and sonographic procedures on patients. Cleans and maintains equipment and prepares necessary reports and maintains records. OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Class I.

Requirements:  
JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School graduate or equivalent and graduate of an accredited program of Radiological Technology. Graduate of a formal Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. RDMS sonographer.

Personal Job-Related Skills: Knowledge of radiological and sonographic equipment. Effective oral and written communication skills.

Licensure, Registry or Certification: Registered, or registry eligible with ARRT, or ARCRT, a current Texas License is desirable. Active certification by American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS).

Experience:

  • Prior Work Experience: One year as a registered technologist and certified sonographer required
 
  • Technical Training: Training in CT scanning required and ultrasound is desirable.

Physical and Mental Requirements: Duties of the position require moderate standing, walking, twisting, reaching, and handling of instruments and equipment. Lifting up to 50 pounds and occasional heavy lifting, including lifting and supporting patients who may suddenly become weak or helpless.
Attire:  
Uniform
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Human Resources
8062444571
 
08/29/2019
Social Work
CASE MANAGER
Description:  

Case Manager

JOB SUMMARY:

A professional nurse or social worker who assists in coordinating Department care in accordance with established standards and philosophy of Coon Memorial Hospital Emergency Department. Primary responsibilities include coordinating home care services,coordinating Inpatient& rehab  services, utilization review,liaison with payers, scheduling of services and referral follow through within the team.


 
Requirements:  
Case Manager

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing or Social Work.

Experience:Minimum of two years experience in health care or related field, demonstrating management and leadership expertise, preferred. Demonstrates ability in application of organization/communication skills required.A resource finder and implementer. Ideal candidate will navigate the patient with follow up appointments and make sure referrals and authorizations are set.If you have passion for patients and want to help build patient satisfaction we would love to talk with you.

 
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Kelly Sandoval
8062444571 1972
 
08/22/2019
Physician
Occupational Medicine Provider
Description:  

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PROVIDER

 

WORKMAN COMP INJURIES THAT ARE FREQUENTLY SEEN:

  • EXAMS NEW AND FOLLOW UPS
  • LACERATIONS MUSCLE SPRAINS, TEARS AND SPASMS
  • HEAD INJURIES
  • EYE INJURIES
  • BACK INJURIES
  • CAST AND SPLINTS
  • FRACTURES
  • WOUNDS
  • NEEDLE STICKS
  • JOINT INJURIES

 

WORKMAN COMP OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • DOING RESTRICTIONS
  • CALLING ADJUSTERS
  • WRITING LETTERS
  • PHONE CALLS FOR PEER TO PEER REVIEWS
  • MAKING REFERRALS
  • FILLING OUT DISABILITY PAPERS
  • FILLING OUT FMLA PAPERS
  • FILLING OUT DWC 73 FORMS
  • READING X-RAY FILMS
  • READ HEAD CT
  • COMMUNICATE WITH REFERRAL PHYSICIANS

MUST BE DOT CERTIFIED UPON HIRE

 

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • DOT PHYSICALS
  • PRE- EMPLOYMENT PHYSICALS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS
  • MEDICAL CLEARANCE FOR WORKMAN COMP AND SICK
  • RESPIRATORY CLEARANCE
  • Consult with Businesses
Requirements:  

Medical Doctors (MDs) have completed study at the college level and training at an accredited school. Licensed MDs have passed the National Medical Board Exam or equivalent examinations and have a license to practice within a given state(s).

 

Doctors of Osteopathy (DOs) graduate from college and an osteopathic school approved by the American Osteopathic Association. They must pass a state board examination to qualify for a license to practice within a given state(s).

 

Occupational Medicine Physicians are medical doctors or doctors of osteopathy who have completed additional occupational medicine training or acquired on-site experience. Completion of additional residency training and further practice in occupational medicine enables physicians to pursue certification in occupational medicine after meeting rigorous qualifying standards and successfully completing an examination in occupational medicine given by the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM).

 

Registered Nurses

Registered Nurses (RNs) receive training and education at the college level and graduate from a state-approved school of nursing. They pass a state board examination and are granted a license to practice within a given state(s).

 

Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are registered nurses who are licensed in their state and have completed formal advanced education, usually at the master’s level. NPs practice under their state Nurse Practice Act. Some NPs are certified in occupational health as a specialty area. NPs independently perform many health evaluation and care activities—including physical exams, common diagnostic and laboratory tests—and diagnose and treat employees who are ill or injured. They also can prescribe medications in most states. Additionally, NPs work collaboratively with physicians.

 

Occupational Health Nurses (OHNs) are registered nurses and nurse practitioners with experience and additional education in occupational health. Certified occupational health nurses (COHN or COHN-S) obtain certification from the American Board for Occupational Health Nurses after meeting rigorous qualifying educational and experience standards and successfully passing an occupational health nursing examination.

 

Physician Assistants

Physician Assistants (PAs) provide services with the supervision of a doctor of medicine or osteopathy. PAs may perform physical examinations, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, prescribe medications in most states, and plan and implement therapeutic interventions. PAs must graduate from an accredited physician assistant’s program, pass a national certification exam, and be licensed by the state. Some PAs specialize in occupational medicine.

 

Other Health Care Providers

Other health care providers include licensed practical or vocational nurses and emergency medical technicians. Traditionally, these individuals are not licensed to practice independently. They have specific training and are usually certified or licensed by the educational institution where they received the training. Sometimes the state licenses or certifies these providers and usually the state’s scope of practice outlines the specific work restrictions for these individuals. For example, usually these providers are required to work under the supervision of, or implement orders given by, licensed health care professionals such as MDs, DOs, RNs, PAs, and NPs, except when delivering first aid.

 

Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses (LPN/LVNs) graduate from a program of practical nursing and must pass the state board examination. They are licensed by the state to perform certain specific health care activities, under the direct supervision of a physician or registered nurse.

 

Emergency Medical Technicians/Paramedics (EMTs) are prehospital providers trained to provide specific and limited emergency care. Some EMTs receive advanced training to become paramedics, which allows them to perform more advanced emergency procedures. EMTs are authorized to perform their duties by standing orders or protocols from physicians. They respond primarily to injuries and acute illnesses on a temporary basis and are not independently licensed to provide other medical care.

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
kelly Sandoval
806-244-4571 1972
 
08/06/2019
Communications
Activities Aide
Description:  
Activities Aide
Nursing Home
Assists with providing a variety of daily activities for residents. Assists
with scheduling group activities and activities that are individualized to
each resident’s capability and interest. Provides necessary documentation
and clerical support.
Requirements:  

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

      High School graduate or equivalent.

 

Personal Job-Related Skills:

      Effective oral and written communications skills.

 

Licensure, Registry, or Certification:

      None required.

 

Experience:

Prior Work Experience:

      None required.

 

Technical Training:

      None required.


Physical and Mental Requirements:

      Duties of the position require extended periods of walking and standing.

      Bending, stooping, twisting, reaching, and lifting up to 30 pounds.

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Kelly Sandoval
8062444571 1972
 
07/29/2019
Medical
Medication Certified Attendant
Description:  

JOB SUMMARY:

Performs a variety of routine care-giving functions in giving direct and indirect care to residents.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

      High school graduate or equivalent.

 

Personal Job-Related Skills:

      Ability to read and write preferred; effective oral and written communication skills, and the ability to comprehend and follow verbal or written instructions. Knowledge of residents' rights.

 

Licensure, Registry or Certification:

     None required

 

Experience:

  • Prior Work Experience: One year experience in a medical setting preferred.
  • Technical Training: Current CPR within 3 months of hire date.

 

Physical and Mental Requirements:

      Duties of the position require extended periods of standing and walking. Bending, stooping, twisting, reaching and lifting up to 50 pounds. Occasional heavy lifting when moving or supporting residents who may suddenly become weak or helpless.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      Provides Resident Care Services:

  • Assists residents with activities of daily living (dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting) according to their service plan.
  • Supervises resident with their medications according to the six R's to ensure resident safety.
  • Document medication supervision accurately and completely.
  • Follows drug-security policies for proper storage and disposal of medications.
  • Keeps up with an inventory of resident medications and follows procedures to reorder those medications.
  • Reacts calmly in emergency situations and follows appropriate procedures by notifying on-call staff, physician, family/responsible party; contacting services required for care; and gathering appropriate resident documents for healthcare personnel.
  • Accurately fills out incident reports, and notifies physician and responsible party, and follows up on final disposition of incident reports.
  • Accurately documents on all forms and in charts any issues that arise with resident's 

 

      Provides Housekeeping and Laundry Services:

  • Cleans all surfaces thoroughly in each resident apartment according to schedule.
  • Reports items in need of repair to maintenance and manager.
  • Uses chemicals properly and safely.
  • Maintains inventory of supplies and notifies manager when items are needed.
  • Documents housekeeping duties on appropriate form.
  • Sorts laundry to prevent damage.
  • Washes clothing and linen in proper chemicals and cold temperatures.
  • Make residents' beds as requested.
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Uniform
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Kelly Sandoval
806-244-4571 ext. 1972
 
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