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RN Director Emergency Services
JOB DESCRIPTION: The Director of Emergency Services is registered professional nurse who directs and coordinates the overall activities of the Emergency Department to provide an optimum level of care within the emergency department.?? He/She guides patient-centered care in accordance with JCAHO, OSHA, physician orders, nursing and departmental guidelines, and other regulatory agencies.?? MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS :?? Completion of program for Registered Nurses with an appropriate degree in Nursing and licensed as Registered Professional Nurse in the State of West Virginia.?? Five(5) yearsof progressive nursing experience with two(2) yearsmanagement experience BSN, MSN or CFNP preferred.
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing and to conduct self in courteous and professional manner. Ability to guide and direct activities and staff to provide optimal patient care. Utilizes the nursing process as framework for patient care while recognizing the dignity and worth of each patient.
Collaborates with other health care members to maintain multidisciplinary approach to patient care. ABOUT THIS AREA OF WVA: Nestled within beautiful, heavily wooded hills, is community of friendly, hard-working people with love for the outdoors life.
Hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, skiing and four-wheeling opportunities abound. And yet the capital city of Charleston is just short drive away. We provide acute care to more than 180,000 people in southwestern West Virginia and eastern Kentucky.
Route Sales Representative
As a Route Sales Representative (RSR), you will develop and build our grocery and convenience store accounts by delivering product (via truck), maintaining customer relationships, merchandising product, and providing first-class customer service to all assigned areas. You will earn base pay and bonus (based on plan sales achievement). This target amount, after route assignment, is estimated to be $50,000 annually and can be more or less, depending on your performance to plan sales. This amount is the estimated target pay for the position, which is subject to change, and is not meant to constitute a contract. When you start, you will earn approximately $896 weekly, which is inclusive of estimated overtime at 50 hours worked per week (overtime is paid on actual hours worked). This pay is in place until route assignments are achieved. Route assignment can be achieved as quickly as 6 weeks but depends on availability. Hours per week average 55 to 65 hours per week for new hires and 50 to 55 hours for more tenured employees. This includes weekend and/or holiday work which is required depending on the route. Overnight travel is required for new hires and could be out of town every other week until a route becomes available. Some of the more frequent tasks you would perform include:
Driving to assigned locations
Check-in with store decision maker, check-in delivery, obtain signatures, collect proof of delivery
Using equipment (e.g. carts, pallets, etc.) to unload products and move throughout the store
Merchandising cases from the back room to the sales floor, filling display units or shelves with products such as Doritos, Classic Lays, Tostitos, Smartfood Popcorn, etc.
Ensuring back-room inventory reaches the sales floor and organizing/maintaining back-room inventory in proper location
Rotating products and removing defective and out-of-date products and process returns and credits with receiver
Tidying up shelves and displays, knocking down boxes and disposing of any waste
Assembling and disassembling of promotional materials such as signs, banners, and cardboard displays
Ordering, scanning and logging backstock using handheld device
Safely maximizing sales and minimizing waste
This is a physical job. We transform store aisles, end caps, and displays into works of art, from the lowest shelf to the highest shelf. Start times typically begin between three o'clock and seven o'clock in the morning. Hours per week average 50 to 60 hours and include weekend and/or holiday work in all weather conditions.
Our diverse team strives for perfection, and you should feel comfortable working under minimal supervision. We are proud to set industry standards in terms of pay and benefits. In addition to our generous starting wage found at the top of this listing, you will also enjoy unbeatable benefits including, but not limited to:
Health care benefits (including dental and vision)
Retirement savings benefits such as a pension and 401(k)
Education advising and tuition reimbursement
Best-in-class discounts at retailers across the country
Paid parental leave for new mothers and fathers
RSRs who come to work with us have a wide variety of experience. Team members have honed their skills with success in prior roles including sales jobs, retail jobs, restaurant jobs, and customer service jobs. We all pride ourselves on the quality of our work, but we do have some minimum requirements in common:
21 years of age or older
Valid driver's license with proof of insurance
Ability to climb, push, pull, bend, stoop, and kneel for extended periods of time, with or without reasonable accommodation
Ability to lift 40 lbs. with or without reasonable accommodation (examples: a microwave; a cinder block)
You'll need to pass DOT physical and certification
This position also requires a review of your driving history.
People often ask what kind of characteristics will make them successful in this position. Here is an idea of what our managers are looking for:
Strong Work Ethic: as a RSR, you are trusted to represent Frito-Lay values to your colleagues, customers, and the public. You accurately report your time using your company-issued device and you are comfortable working without a manager monitoring your day-to-day activities.
Flexibility: you are able to adapt to changing situations, new tasks and priorities as changes occur; you will encounter challenges and resolve them by yourself
Customer Focus: when you are in the stores with our customers, you help them find what they need and deliver service that exceed their expectations
Attention to Detail: our RSRs are meticulous when it comes to checking dates on chips, tidying shelves, and arranging products; you are also responsible for accurately completing daily paperwork (e.g. DOT logs)
Communication: you will be working closely with other Frito-Lay team members and it's important to communicate regularly; good communication also includes checking in and out with the store manager
Positive Attitude: you will be part of a sales team that relies on one another to build professional relationships and attend to customer needs while following Frito-Lay and store procedures, work rules and safety policies
Tech Savvy: you are very comfortable using multiple technology devices each day to accomplish your goals
Conscientious: you are organized, task driven, comfortable following direction and adhering to a specific schedule
Initiative: our RSRs often describe their routes as "their business." You have a deep understanding of your role within the sales team and you constantly strive to achieve and exceed sales growth targets
Does this sound like you?
The way it works is simple: we provide the information and tools to empower you to take charge of your career. At Frito-Lay, it's pay for performance all the way, and we will give you the training to flourish as the newest member of our exceptional team.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
PepsiCo (Frito Lay) is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
Physician Assistant-Dr. Mallah, Cardiology, Full Time
Job Description: Logan Regional Medical Center
Assists designated physicians in the management of the acute phase of hospitalization. Assists with the
documentation of timely histories and physicals, discharge summaries; performs daily progress evaluations
and notations, initiates and records orders and prompt response of the delivery of patient care;
initiates discharge orders and planning. Good working relationships with all departments of the local HMA
hospital are essential. Interrelationships with other physicians in the community are essential. Positive
relationships with patients are expected. Reports to designated physician supervisor.
Supervisors no other employees. Inter-relationships with all departments are essential
Graduate of an accredited school/training program (PA or NP) and capable of being licensed in the state in which the practice is located.
Needs to be an experienced caregiver and have practical training in adequate levels so as to be fully prepared for the practice experience.
Management Experience Required:
Excellent human relations and oral/written communications skills.
Experience consistent with generally accepted standards in the community .
Equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran
Registered Nurse-Emergency Department, Full Time
Job Description: Logan Regional Medical Center
JOB PURPOSE: Utilizing the Nursing Process, the Registered Nurse coordinates patient-centered care meeting both the psychological and physical needs of the patients and ensures optimal care and service in accordance with physician orders, JCAHO, OSHA, nursing and departmental guidelines. The Registered Nurse fulfills these duties to ensure continuity and quality of care which fosters the best interest and well being of all patients and their families.
Completion of a program for Registered Nurses with an appropriate degree in Nursing and licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of West Virginia.
ACLS and PALS certification preferred.
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing and to conduct self in a courteous and professional manner. Utilizes the nursing process as a framework for patient care while recognizing the dignity and worth of each patient. Collaborates with other health care members to maintain a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.
Equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran
Tractor Supply Company (TSCO), the largest retail chain of rural lifestyle products in the United States, is dedicated to enhancing our strong company culture built on our team members' commitment to our Mission and Values. With over 1,700 stores in 49 states and an innovative e-commerce platform, Tractor Supply ranks in the Fortune 400 with revenues of $7 billion and growing! Come grow your career with us as we serve those who live "Life out Here"!
This position is responsible for assisting the Store Manager and Assistant Store Manager with the execution of operational, sales, and merchandising objectives by providing outstanding customer service. This position is also responsible for promoting a safe and productive work environment for all Team Members, customers, and vendors, as well as training Team Members on the appropriate application of policies and procedures.
It is essential that you be available, flexible, adaptable, and service-oriented, as you must be able to fulfill all of the following requirements:
1.Maintain regular and predictable attendance.2. Work scheduled shifts, and have the ability to work varied hours, days, nights, weekends, and overtime as dictated by business needs. 3. Uphold and promote a safe and productive work environment by following and enforcing policies and procedures. 4. Take the initiative to support selling initiatives (GURA):
Greet the Customer
Uncover the Customers' needs
Ask for the Sale
5.This position is required to perform a combination of the following duties during 95 percent of their day. Although the mix may vary from one day to another, our business and staffing model makes it essential that every person in this position be able to perform all of the following duties accurately, efficiently and safely on a regular basis and without advance notice:
Execute assigned basic, promotional, and seasonal merchandising activities.
Perform Opening/Closing procedures.
Transport and make deposits to bank.
Assess store conditions and assign duties.
Organize and prioritize workflow through the use of the daily planner.
Recovery of merchandise.
Participate in mandatory freight process.
Perform regular and promotional price change activities.
Resolve customer complaints/issues and ensure the customer has a positive experience.
Adhere to loss prevention standards and respond to any alarm calls as needed.
Communicate with Team Members on job functions, responsibilities and financial goals.
Operate cash register/computer supervising cash handling procedures.
Assist Team Members on appropriate application of policies and procedures.
Operate Forklift and Baler
Complete all documentation associated with any of the above job duties
6.May be required to perform other duties as assigned.
Experience: Retail experience and/or farming, ranching, pet/equine, or welding knowledge is strongly preferred. Supervisory experience preferred. Must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver's license.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent is preferred, but not required. Regardless of education level, you must be able to read, write, and count accurately.
Professional Certifications: None.
Other knowledge, skills or abilities:
Basic computer skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to resolve issues ethically and with minimal conflict.
Ability to perform and execute principle responsibilities of Team Members.
Working environment is favorable, generally working inside with moderate noise. Indoor floors and outdoor lots generally are hard surfaces (concrete, asphalt, etc.) Lighting and temperature are adequate. Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions.
Work shifts vary from one store to another, but generally are no less than 4 hours and may exceed 8 hours.
Promote a safe and productive work environment for all Team Members, customers, and vendors, as well as train Team Members on the appropriate application of policies and procedures.
Physical and Mental Requirements (Essential Functions):
This position is non-sedentary. It is essential that you have the physical and mental stamina and ability to move throughout the store and outdoor areas quickly and safety; to operate all equipment related to their job duties effective, safely, properly, and accurately; and to provide the highest level of customer service. You must have the physical and mental ability to perform all of the following tasks (with or without reasonable accommodations):
Ability to move and transfer merchandise, weighing up to 50 pounds, throughout the store.
Ability to push and pull merchandise up to 2,000 pounds with the assistance of proper material handling equipment (e.g. pallet jack)
Ability to occasionally lift or reach merchandise overhead.
Ability to frequently stand, kneel, twist, crouch, squat, bend, stoop, and climb ladders.
Ability to move throughout the store for an entire shift.
Ability to safely access all areas of the store including selling floor, side lot, stock area, and register area.
Ability to operate and use all equipment necessary to run a store (e.g. dolly, hand truck, forklift, baler, computer, cash register).
Ability to constantly operate store equipment such as computer, cash register, and other store equipment.
Ability to read, write, and count accurately to complete all documentation.
Ability to utilize strong written and verbal communication skills to communicate effectively with team members and customers.
Ability to process information / merchandise through the point-of-sale system.
Ability to successfully complete training and certification to dispense propane, and to dispense propane.
Ability to successfully complete all required training.
Ability to travel as required in support of district needs.
Ability to drive or operate a vehicle for business needs.
This job description represents an overview of the responsibilities for the above referenced position. It is not intended to represent a comprehensive list of responsibilities. A team member should perform all duties as assigned by his/ her supervisor.
Nurse Practitioner - Health Risk Assessments - Per Diem
Responsibilities of the Nurse Practitioner- Health Risk Assessments
- Conduct comprehensive in-home health risk assessment to identify all active and chronic disease conditions as well as determine all physical, mental and social needs present at the time of the visit.
- Obtain vital signs, measure BMI, review pharmacological therapy and conduct a physical examination.
- Educate and counsel patient and family on any conditions identified during assessment and screening procedures.
- Make recommendations and communicate findings to Primary Care Physicians through documentation of outcomes on provided tablet.
- Master's degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing.
- Board Certification with current unrestricted Nurse Practitioner (NP) license.
- Experience dealing with a complex set of patients with a relatively high level of acuity.
Field Care Manager, Long-Term PRN In
The Care Manager will provide clinical case management services, including: health assessments, education and client advocating.
The Care Manager will coordinate specific care plans under the direct supervision of Acuity’s Corporate Clinical Services Administrator.
The Care Manager’s workload is self-directed meaning you set your own schedule, and are comfortable functioning in a less structured work environment.
There is an expectation of a long-term PRN commitment, with an ability to work a caseload of up to 55 clients.
The Field Care Manager’s Primary Responsibilities Include: Complete a health assessment at the start and end of care for each client.
Develop, coordinate and deliver a care plan.
Provide ongoing medication management.
Provide outstanding client support, and maintain face-to-face contact with each client consistently.
Submit all required paperwork within 24 hours of completing any client contact or visit.
Maintain a caseload of approximately 10-55 clients.
Maintain a flexible work schedule to accommodate after hour or weekend needs of the client.
Be willing to travel up to a 30-mile radius from your home zip code (30 miles in any direction). The Field Care Manager’s
An experienced Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Social Worker, or relevant healthcare professional with in-home geriatric care experience will be considered.
A minimum of 2 years’ experience in home healthcare or management, specifically with the geriatric population.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Ability to use electronic applications and software programs, including Electronic Medical Records.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
A home computer with in-home internet.
A valid driver’s license, car insurance and personal vehicle.
You can learn more about the Acuity family here.
Apply now, or contact for more information.
Delbarton, WV Delbarton is a town in Mingo County, West Virginia, United States.
The population was 579 at the 2010 census.
Delbarton was incorporated September 6, 1946, by the Mingo County Circuit Court.
The name Delbarton comes from the New Jersey country estate of one of the officials of the United Thacker Land Company on which a school is located with the same name, Delbarton School.
The town is located in the heart of the richest coal area of the state.
As of the census of 2010, there were 579 people, 260 households, and 150 families residing in the town.
The population density was 288.1 inhabitants per square mile (111.2/km2). There were 326 housing units at an average density of 162.2 per square mile (62.6/km2). The racial makeup of the town was 96.4% White, 0.7% African American, 0.2% Native American, 0.2% Asian, and 2.6% from two or more races.
The median age in the town was 39.3 years.
22.1% of residents were under the age of 18; 7.2% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 29.1% were from 25 to 44; 29.8% were from 45 to 64; and 11.6% were 65 years of age or older.
The gender makeup of the town was 54.1% male and 45.9% female.
A great mix of people and ages in this southern city!
Supervised Visitation Specialist
Position: Supervised Visitation Specialist
Supervisor: Team Leader
We are social entrepreneurs and we are changing the face of child welfare. To do that, we need to win the war on talent. Our formalized recruiting and hiring process is an essential ingredient to finding the right people to help us build families stronger, faster, and smarter than anyone else.
Necco has an opportunity for a career as Supervised Visitation Specialist. This role will provide value to the company by ensuring quality supervised visits for children and their biological families so they can work toward reunification. The Supervised Visitation Specialist's reporting information from these visits are used to address family progress, barriers, or concerns.
You should be accurately described as:
A happy warrior who thrives on leading from the front with strategic thinking. A solid communicator in search of decisions that deliver real results. A problem-solver, financial steward, and one who excels at collaboration. Ridiculously passionate about the company's success, growth, and program quality.
The candidate selected will be responsible for the following:
This team member will communicate with multiple agencies, biological family members and foster parents in order to schedule and carry out supervised visitations. These visits are in the home, office or community based.
This team member will carry out the visitations as scheduled and per DHHR request.
This team member will document the visitation for the DHHR and the Court.
This team member will attend MDTs and court as requested by the state to testify to the facts of how visitation is being carried out and family progress or problems.
Communicate in a responsible, courteous and professional manner with youth, foster parents, outside agencies, and others as appropriate.
Provide Transportation for either the child or sometimes the biological family to and from the visitation.
Ensure documentation is completed accurately within four (4) days of service
Assist Case Managers in areas related to clients as appropriate
Provide transportation services as appropriate
Schedule and maintain a calendar of visits
Accept additional tasks from self-directed work team as appropriate
Ensure the confidentiality of families served
Practice Ruthless Pragmatism
Engage in peer to peer feedback
Know and Live the Necco Corporate Culture Principles
Embody the 3 essential virtues of Humble, Hungry and Smart
Drive your Individual Performance Scorecard
Adhere to and contribute to the Necco meeting structure
21 Years of Age (in accordance with state regulations)
High School Education (Degree Preferred)
Valid Driver's License
Minimum of 2 Years experience working with children and/or families
Strong communication and organizational skills
Successful completion of all required criminal background checks
Travel and Training willingness
Limited Liability Auto Insurance Coverage of 100/300/100
Must have strong technological skills
Must have the skills to navigate and execute several softwares (i.e Microsoft offices, Databases, Electronic Health Records, Dashboards)
Must have the ability to identify issues and willingness to discuss with appropriate teammates
Must have the ability to adhere to scheduled and unplanned deadlines
Must have the ability to enter timely and accurate data
Front Office Assistant
LocationLogan, WV (123 Enterprise Drive) Full-Time/Part-TimePart-Time CategoryCustomer Service - Front Office Description
General Position Description:
The Front Office Assistant will be responsible for greeting patients, activating patient files, and provide support to patients and medical staff.
MedExpress Core Responsibilities:
Has a contagious and positive work ethic, inspires others, and models the behaviors of Genuine, Caring, Friendly.
Demonstrates effective verbal and written communication that is clear, well-organized, and demonstrates an understanding of audience needs.
Through genuine and positive communication, makes each customer feel informed, understood, and special.
An effective team player who contributes valuable ideas and feedback and can be counted on to meet commitments.
Is able to keep up in the MedExpress environment by facing tasks and challenges with energy and passion.
Pursues activities with focus and drive, defines work in terms of success, and can be counted on to complete goals.
Adherence to standards of business conduct and compliance.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Welcome all MedExpress patients and visitors by greeting them in person, answering inquiries, and directing them through the registration process.
Answering multi-phone lines, filing, faxing, scanning documentation, and completing daily patient callbacks.
Discharge patients, assist office and clinical staff, and close office at the end of the night.
Collect all insurance information, verify patient demographics, process payments, post patient balances, and complete phone sheets.
Maintain a neat and clean work environment and professional appearance, and adherence to relevant health and safety procedures.
Other center staff if applicable.
1 year of prior customer service OR experience in a medical office setting required.
Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure.
Knowledge of basic computer software and the ability to learn Electronic Medical Records.
Communicates well with patients and medical staff.
Ability to follow OSHA/HIPAA guidelines.
Center-Based. Requires working in a clinical setting. The noise level is moderate and there is a potential for exposure to infectious diseases and blood-borne pathogens. Also requires: travel to other Centers, the ability to stand and sit for hours at a time, (with some bending and stooping), ability to use manual dexterity in relation to clinical requirements, and ability to lift 50 lbs.
About the OrganizationMedExpress opened the doors of its first location in Morgantown, West Virginia in 2001 to create a welcoming, considerate neighborhood medical center.
Since then, MedExpress has grown as part of our commitment to making sure patients in communities across the country have access to high-quality care when they need it. Today, we are uniquely positioned to address two of the largest challenges facing the U.S. healthcare system-access and affordability. By living our values of Genuine. Caring. Friendly® in everything we do, we have the amazing power to improve peoples' lives.
As we work to solve the challenges in health care today, we need individuals who will be brave enough to tackle challenges and seize opportunities. The ability to provide high-quality care and exceed our patients' expectations belongs to each of us-whether you are a physician in our center or part of our IT team in our administrative offices. It is our responsibility to bring it to life for every MedExpress patient.
Together, we can revolutionize health care.
At MedExpress, we believe a satisfying work environment makes our teams more successful at delivering the care and compassion needed. We offer:
Competitive salaries and benefits
Flexibility and balance
Appreciation and recognition
Be a part of the team that is redefining the healthcare experience - one patient at a time.
Exempt/Non-ExemptNon-Exempt EOE StatementMedExpress strives to maintain a workplace that accepts and appreciates the differences among our employees. The company will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on age, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, covered veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, status with respect to public assistance or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
Medical Director (Part Time - Contract)
Logan Center is in need of a part-time Medical Director that will also have fee for service Attending responsibility.
Interested? Contact Carly McKenna, Physician Recruiter, directly at 609-456-9659 or via email at email@example.com today for more information!
POSITION SUMMARY: The Medical Director works with the Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs (SVPMA) to ensure that delivery of clinical services fulfills the Genesis HealthCare® mission of achieving the highest levels of clinical quality, efficiency, and outcomes. This is done by working with Centers, Regional Management and Genesis Physician ServicesSM to oversee the implementation, utilization, and outcomes measurement of Genesis HealthCare® Clinical Programs.
The Medical Director is dually accountable to the Center Executive Director (CED) and the SVPMA for clinical care within the Center, legally accountable to the CED for delivery of clinical services as stipulated in the Medical Director Agreement, and accountable to the SVPMA for the quality and efficiency of clinical services and outcomes within the Center.
Genesis Medical Directors partner with the CED and Center Nurse Executive, to achieve the highest levels of center performance in quality, safety, and efficiency. Our Medical Directors share accountability for center success in the evolving environment of narrow referral networks and value-based reimbursement, providing effective and proactive medical leadership.
ENSURES CLINICAL QUALITY AT THE CENTER
Clinical Quality and Safety -- Partner with the Center Executive Director (CED) and the Center Nurse Executive (CNE), to optimize Center performance across key clinical measures and objectives. Participate in monthly Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement meetings. Support nursing education. Collaborate with Regional GPS leadership. Advise the CED about the adequacy and medical appropriateness of the Center's scope of services, medical equipment, and staff.
Clinical Policies and Protocols -- Implement and promote Center-wide adherence to clinical policies and protocols that have been established by Genesis Healthcare and Genesis Physician Services, with input from the provider community. Ensure that medical and overall care is consistent with applicable laws, rules and regulations, and current standards of practice approved by Genesis Physician Services.
Advanced Care Planning -- Ensure that all patients have been engaged in advanced care planning discussions, and offered the opportunity to create advanced directives.
Coordination of Medical Care -- Direct and coordinate facility-wide medical care. Resolve issues related to continuity of care and transfer of medical information between the facility and other care settings. Review individual resident cases as requested or indicated, including consultant recommendations.
ESTABLISHES STRATEGIC FOCUS AND EFFICIENCY AT THE CENTER
Readmission Avoidance -- Co-lead the Center's strategy to minimize avoidable readmissions with the CNE, through readmission review and customer-at-risk (CAR) meetings, as well as collaboration with hospitals and home health agencies.
Population Health and Value Based Reimbursement Models -- Drive improvements in outcomes and efficiency, sharing accountability for Center performance in value-based models such as BPCI and MSSP.
Efficient Utilization of Ancillary Services -- Ensure that Center utilization of laboratory tests, imaging studies, and medications is efficient and consistent with Genesis strategies and standards of practice.
MAINTAINS OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE AT THE CENTER
Surveys -- Actively participate in the survey process to ensure Center success.
Medical Staff Oversight -- Lead the medical staff at each center, providing feedback and coaching, to help optimize individual performance. Ensure effective physician participation in care processes such as assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and documentation. Provide appropriate feedback to practitioners about their care and overall performance and intervene as appropriate when any practitioner fails to meet requirements or standards. Address and resolve concerns and issues between the physicians and Center staff. Assure physician compliance with certifications/re-certifications, verbal orders, admission and discharge notes, and death certificates, and identify educational and informational needs regarding same.
Telemedicine -- Support the use of telemedicine services, as made available by Genesis, to help avoid potentially unnecessary and burdensome transfers.
Availability and Accessibility -- Ensure that residents have primary attending and backup physician coverage. Provide a safety net of back-up medical support for unanticipated attending physician unavailability, to ensure that each resident has appropriate physician coverage.
DIRECTS PATIENT CARE
Direct the medical care of Center residents who are assigned to the Medical Director as the Attending Physician. [Time spent as the Attending Physician is separate from that spent in the Center to meet the expectations of Medical Director described herein. The Attending Physician component is addressed by separate agreement.]
PROVIDES AND SUPPORTS GENESIS PHYSICIAN SERVICES LEADERSHIP
Attend quarterly Medical Director meetings.
Represent and articulate the Genesis HealthCare® mission to the community and professional organizations.
Help the organization establish appropriate relationships, and coordinate transfer and care arrangements, with area hospitals and other pertinent institutions.
Partner with GPS Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in delivering team-based patient care, and consenting to appropriate Collaborative Practice Agreements.
Fulfill role-specific requirements from accreditors, such as JCAHO, as applicable to the Center.
Performs other duties as assigned.
- ADHERES TO COMPLIANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
o Comply with applicable legal requirements, standards, policies and procedures including but not limited to those within the Compliance Process, Standard/Code of Conduct, Federal False Claims Act and HIPAA.
o Participate in required orientation and training programs.
o Promptly report concerns and suspected incidences of non-compliance to management or to the Compliance Officer via the Reach Out Line.
o Cooperate with monitoring and audit functions and investigations.
DEMONSTRATES PROFESSIONALISM AND COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP
Conveys caring and compassion.
Shows respect and appreciation to others.
Works with a positive attitude, demonstrating teamwork and enjoyment for the job.
Applies focus and discipline in doing the best job possible.
Exhibits honesty and integrity in all aspects of the job.
SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Training and Certification: 1. M.D. or D.O. required. 2. Board Certified in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine preferred, with maintenance of certification 3. Geriatrics specialization desirable. 4. Certified Medical Director (CMD) through AMDA desirable. Desirable Professional Experience: 1. Patient care in a long-term care setting 2. Medical Director in a post-acute care environment 3. Physician oversight and management responsibility 4. Team-based care in partnership with advanced practice nurses and physician assistants 5. Success in value-based care and reimbursement models Skills 1. Good communicator verbally and in writing 2. Effective teacher and coach 3. Effective utilizer of electronic health records 4. Business acumen that aligns clinicians and practitioners in Center mission 5. Strong interpersonal skills 6. Ability to work well in a fast paced, unstructured environment
For additional information, please contact Carly McKenna, Physician Recruiter, directly at 609-456-9659 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org today for more information!
Position Type: Part Time - Contract
Req ID: 258151
Center Name: Genesis Physician Services
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