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This is a training position for the right person for the Directorship. The successful candidate will already have a good working knowledge of hospital fire and safety systems and regulations, and have skills in electrical, plumbing, boilers, chillers, generators, lighting, and fire extinguishing systems.
Under the direct supervision of the Operations/Quality Service Officer, this position provides administrative and secretarial support for the O/QSO and Administration Departments. In addition to typing, filing and scheduling, the assistant will perform duties such as financial record keeping, minute taking during meetings, coordination of meetings and conferences, obtaining supplies, and working on special projects.
Performs billing, insurance follow-up, and/or collection responsibilities for Hospital accounts with minimal supervision.
Responsible for managing the personnel in the accomplishment of designated goals, objectives, standards of purpose, operating policies & procedures, hospital policies, and ensuring hospital standards & regulations are followed.
Responsible for the operation of the Physical Therapy Department and staff.
Oversee the assessment and necessary treatment for all ages of patients related to respiratory, and/or cardiac difficulties.
Performs the services of copying, chart assembly, analysis, and chart retrieval of patient medical records.
Monitors the procedures in the operating rooms during surgery. Acts as liason between O.R. room staff and the rest of the hospital.
Perform direct patient care, utilizing established procedures, policies, and standards. Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Needed for Med/Surg & I.C.U. Unit. NM or Compact state License required.
Provides professional nursing care for clinic/office patients within the scope of regulations outlined in the New Mexico Nurse Practice Act and licensed practitioner.
General Application for employment for a position that is not currently listed.
Primarily responsible for providing effective customer service for all internal and external customers by utilizing excellent, in-depth knowledge of hospital admissions and outpatient services.
At least one year in nursing field, preferably in an Operating Room, PACU and/or intensive care setting
The primary responsibility of a mental health technician is to ensure the safety of patients in a mental health care setting. The mental health technician provides direct patient care and supervision to patients who suffer from mental disorders by assisting patients in all aspects of activities of daily living.
Assist with activities of daily living and personal care assistance to patients. Monitors patients and collects information to be documented in the medical record. Perform bedside testing as necessary and basic patient care.
Full time. Cleans designated patient rooms and support areas. Cleans floors, surfaces, windows, and furniture. Removes trash and soiled linen. Distributes clean linen. May replace linens and make up bed units.