Up to a $15,000 sign-on bonus
Candidates must be knowledgeable in professional nursing principles and practices, and competent in the provision of nursing care. Ability to function autonomously; to make decisions, to problem solve, and to comprehend and communicate information both verbally and in writing to patients, families and caregivers, physicians, multidisciplinary team members and other community agencies.
This position is located in Niagara County. The Clinical Manager is responsible for supervising and managing the care delivery and patient experience to meet the goals of a High Performing Health System.
Now offering a bi-annual $250 bonus incentive, when aides work an average of 10 hours/week, over specified time periods.
Catholic Health is seeking reliable, caring home health aides to work mornings, evenings and weekends throughout Erie and Niagara County.
- Flexible scheduling
- Competitive starting pay rate
- Fifty-cent shift differential paid on weekends
- Mileage reimbursement
- $500 referral bonus
- 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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Up to a $10,000 sign-on bonus
The physical therapist is responsible for providing service to the homebound patient who has a physical impairment or delay and requires the skills of a therapist. The physical therapist designs and implements programs for the patient and family in accordance with agency standards and procedures. The physical therapist will also provide teaching to the family and caregivers as appropriate.
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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.
If you are interested in this opportunity, apply online.
Codes primarily acute hospital inpatient, SNF, Rehab, for the purpose of accurate reimbursement, research and compliance with federal regulations. Coding of Ambulatory, ER / Urgent Care, Interventional Radiology and same day surgery records is performed on an as needed basis. Diagnoses and procedures are coded through review of the entire medical record, utilizing International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) and Current Procedure Terminology (CPT) classifications. Queries physician for further clarification when there is uncertainty in the documentation of the medical record. Analyzes and reviews records for completeness. Actively participates as a member of the Clinical Documentation Improvement Team (CDI Team) as outlined in this document.
Performs a wide variety of duties and functions to prepare, measure, season, cook, assemble and serve foods for patients/residents, staff, and visitors. Follows standardized recipes and menu guidelines for food consistency. Adheres to temperatures and safe food handling practices. Performs cleaning and sanitizing duties to work areas, equipment, and wares. Transports equipment, meals and supplies to various destinations according to requests. Promotes and maintains positive service culture.
The Lead Technical Engineer – Level II will be responsible for providing input and assistance to IT leadership in developing solutions for the Catholic Health mission critical systems, services and processes. The Lead Technical Engineer – Level II will conceptualize compelling roadmaps, frameworks and high availability solutions with involvement in reviewing and certifying (direct and indirect) changes to the critical systems and their production environments. Thus, it is very important to demonstrate advance impact analysis skills and knowledge and adherence to Change Management processes and procedures. Senior staff will also work with engineering team members to perform a full range of complex network designs encompassing multiple technologies and make recommendations to project managers regarding the integration of these technologies into the existing network while working with staff to ensure platform stability and standardization of implementations. Associate will act as escalation point in critical multi user issues and collaborate in identifying root cause of outages, and provide escalation support of issues to other teams when necessary. Engineers in this role also have responsibility to maintain strong knowledge and expertise in several IT administrator roles (networking and operating systems as examples) with the ability to step in and assist with lead or secondary support roles when required.
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This person coordinates the nursing care for patients. Participates in patient and family teaching. Provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary, nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the Critical Care Unit.
The RN for the Invasive/Interventional Lab will be a registered professional nurse responsible for managing and coordinating care for patients undergoing examinations/procedures in the Invasive/Interventional Lab. They will share on-call responsibilities on a rotating basis, including weekends and holidays. In addition, the RN for the Invasive/Interventional Lab will develop and participate in patient and family teaching and provide leadership by working cooperatively with nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.
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Promote, monitor and maintain a positive service culture. Coordinates, directs, supervise 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. Organize cleaning and sanitizing of work areas, equipment, and small wares. Provides input to Director, Clinical Manager and Production Manager regarding departmental operations. Assist in obtaining operational goals, including but not limited to; food and menu costing, menu planning, staff training and evaluation, purchasing and budgeting.
Demonstrates knowledge of and complies with established hospital and department policies, procedures and objectives, standards for hygiene and personal appearance; CHS Mission; performance improvement program, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
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