Indiana University Health

Clinical Relocation Incentive Available! Coordinator Riley Hospital

Riley Hospital

Job Location

Riley Hospital
1002 Wishard Blvd.
Indianapolis,IN46202

Department

RH Early Years Program PR

Date Posted

September 17, 2020

Schedule & Shift

  • Days
  • Full Time

Requisition Number

000271329
This position exists to provide day-to-day coordination of clinic direct patient care staff and clinical activities. This position is a working coordinator and performs duties associated with direct patient care and quality assurance activities. Plans, directs, provides and assists in the evaluation of total patient care in the outpatient clinic in collaboration with providers. Assures completeness of ordered procedures and treatments, instructs patients concerning procedures, treatments and needs, and ensures medical orders are carried out accurately and in a timely manner. Under the direction of the Clinic Manager, provides input to management on personnel management issues including but not limited to, staffing, disciplinary procedures, performance evaluation and recruitment. This position assigns work and may assure staff: complete ordered procedures and treatments, instruct patients concerning procedures, treatments and needs, and ensures medical orders are carried out accurately and in a timely manner. Serves as a resource for staff as they work with clinic patients, providers, and other external parties. The scope of accountability for the specific responsibilities may vary from clinic to clinic.

Hours are Monday - Friday full time days. Experience in Early Childhood Development, Pediatrics and/or Outpatient Clinic experience is preferred. Position will provide coordination for Early Years Clinics. There are 4 Clinical Providers, a Dietitian, Speech Language Pathologist and Physical Therapist onsite.

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Qualifications for the Clinical Relocation Incentive Available! Coordinator Role

  • Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA. Other advanced life support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies.
  • Degree from an accredited school of nursing with a current Indiana Registered Nurse License.
  • Two years experience in an ambulatory setting preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of medical terminology and general knowledge of ICD-9 and CPT coding.
  • Knowledge of procedures for performing the functions appropriate to the specific clinical area and familiarity with designated pieces of equipment and supplies.
  • Requires awareness and understanding of legal implications of patient care activities and performance as a Registered Nurse.
  • Sufficient knowledge to observe and assist in the assessment of patients, and to detect and report obvious.
  • and/or dangerous changes in the condition of patients.
  • Basic working understanding of the concepts of infection control principles to prevent the spread of infection to patients, self and others.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary in order to carry out duties in a professional manner, as well as the ability to work well under stress.
  • Knowledge of principles of growth/development across the life span.
  • Requires ability to cope with varying personalities of patients.
  • Requires ability to remain calm in emergency situations.
  • Requires ability to coordinate a number of functions for a group of patients in an effective timely manner.
  • Requires ability to assess patients without face-to-face interaction.
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