The administrator directs and coordinates all activities of the facility, carries out its objectives as to the care of its residents. Participates in the promotion of community health. Coordinates the activities of all departments of the facility. Recommends policy/procedural changes or various facility activities. Performs related Administrative and supervisory duties as delineated in administrative procedures to insure efficient operation of the facility. Overseas the direct operation of the ACF. In accordance with all regulatory policies, CHS policies and its mission vision & care values.
We are seeking Certified Nursing Assistants to join our team. Open interviews will be scheduled monthly. A New York State certification is required. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.
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Primary responsibility is to perform tests on body fluids to provide information for the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Proper handling of specimens, which will be analyzed at a later time, is imperative. The ability to organize work to insure that priority testing is efficiently performed is required. Clinical Laboratory Technologists may also perform duties of Charge Technologists when called upon provided they have six (6) years experience as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist.
Working alongside the SVP & CIO and IT Leadership, the role of the Enterprise Integration Architect (EIA) is to set direction, establish, develop, implement, and lead the enterprise-wide integration architecture strategy that is based on the business needs of our ministries and consistent with our organizational strategic plan.
Catholic Health is seeking reliable, caring home health aides to work mornings, evenings and weekends throughout Erie and Niagara County.
- Per-diem scheduling
- Competitive starting pay rate
- Fifty-cent shift differential paid on weekends
- Paid travel time
- HS Diploma or GED
- 18 years of age or older
- Successful completion of an approved DOH, HHA training program or DOH approved equivalency exam with the written evidence of such completion
Currently a second-semester nursing student, OR certified C.N.A? You may qualify for a one day exempt training course to work as an HHA.
For questions, please call (716) 706-2083 to speak with a recruiter.
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The analyst provides technical expertise to design and develop an efficient Enterprise-Wide Application Integration (EAI) architecture for the main Hospital Information System(s) (HIS) and it's associated clinical and financial systems such as CHS Lab, Radiology, Pharmacy, etc. Ensures that all of the integration designs between ancillary systems will not impede the integrity or performance of the main integration architecture.
Assists the physician and the team during Invasive Interventional procedures in the Invasive/Interventional Labs. The primary responsibilities of the Invasive Interventional Radiology Technologist are all aspects of x-ray technology including positioning, setting the technique, generating x-ray, and oversight of digital and film equipment systems. Share on-call responsibilities on a rotating basis, including weekends and holidays. Responsibilities include assisting the physician by scrubbing in on procedures, filming procedures, sending images to PACS and/or syngoDynamics, recording cases on the hemodynamic monitoring system, and reconstructing images on the 3D workstation. Performs advanced imaging algorithms on the 3D workstation, creates DVDs and prints films as needed. Is the source for providing knowledge and expert guidance related to Radiation safety with the departments.
The Corporate Nurse Educator position is responsible for providing staff development expertise as an educator, consultant, facilitator, change agent, leader, and researcher. This occurs through the facilitation of the educational process assessment, development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of competencies, continuing education, and leadership development to meet the learning needs of Catholic Health (CH) associates. In collaboration with Nursing leadership and others, coordinate and establish the education plan on an annual and ongoing basis. Instrumental in creating a professional nursing climate within Catholic Health.
The Licensed Practical Nurse administers nursing care to designated residents under the direction of a registered nurse. Coordinates and supports the activities of the certified nurse assistants and actively participates in the direct care of the resident, by following the specific approaches as stated in the plan of care.
The nurse manager shares as a team member under the leadership and in collaboration with the Director, the accountability for the 24-hour management of clinical nursing practice and patient care delivery, the management of human, fiscal and other resources, the development of personnel, compliance and regulatory and professional standards, strategic planning and the fostering of interdisciplinary collaborative relationships within selected unit(s) of responsibility and the health care institution as a whole. Two years critical care experience, inclusive of open heart or acute surgical ICU experience, required.
The Nursing Supervisor translates the philosophy, objectives, policies and procedures of the Nursing Facility into effective action. This individual is accountable for providing high quality, cost-effective resident care through appropriate management of human and fiscal resources. This position entails 24 hour responsibility, authority and accountability.
The Quality & Patient Safety Clinical Specialist is the primary site individual responsible to identify quality and patient safety issues and develops interventional strategies which mitigate potential medical errors and improve patient outcomes.
Coordinates, directs, and supervises department activities to include food preparation, production, assembly, service and distribution for patients/residents, associates, visitors and others (including guests or catered events). Ensure adherence to standardized recipes, menus and safe handling practices. Organizes cleaning and sanitizing of work areas, equipment, and small wares. Provides input to Director, Clinical Manager and Production Manager regarding departmental operations. Assists in obtaining operational goals, including but not limited to; food and menu costing, menu planning, staff training and evaluation, purchasing and budgeting.