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Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: Provides continuous monitoring, observation, interpretation, documentation and communication of EKG rhythms to appropriate patient caregivers. Works under general supervision. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Provides continuous monitoring of EKG rhythms. Promptly reports abnormalities to appropriate caregiver(s). Receives reports from telemetry technician and initiates telemetry record on a six (6) hour schedule. Obtains EKG rhythm strips at the beginning of of the six (6) hour period or upon detection of rhythm changes.Measures and documents the PR, QT and QRS internal on EKG strip and mounts strips as appropriate. Provides telemetry monitor and electrodes upon admission of patient. Enters patient name into central monitor and verifies alarm parameters. Records patient data in log book and on telemetry record sheet. Disengages patient from central monitor and records discharge date on telemetry record sheets. Cleans telemetry monitor and places in appropriate storage area. Identifies proper lead placement for EKG monitoring. Replaces or removes electrodes on patient as needed. Performs alarm parameter adjustments in collaboration with clinical nurse as required. Provides accurate report and updated telemetry record sheet at change of shift to oncoming telemetry technician and patient’s caregiver(s) as appropriate. Inspects, reports and logs any equipment malfunction to appropriate caregiver(s) and to biomedical personnel. Maintains and orders supplies including telemetry electrodes and pouches, paper, batteries and any related equipment. Demonstrates the ability to appropriately integrate general knowledge of age-specific needs into the provision of patient care. Follows all hospital policies regarding time and attendance, personal and professional conduct and hospital dress code. Performs other related duties as assigned/required. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk and stoop, kneel, crouch. The employee is occasionally required to stand. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: None. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Good communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work as a team member. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing. Ability to use machines, tools, equipment and work aids as necessary to complete job duties. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Current CPR certification. Completion of EKG course preferred. Must pass hospital EKG proficiency exam.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
The member institutions of Sinai Health System collectively deliver a full range of high-quality outpatient and inpatient services, as well as a large number of innovative community-based health, research, and social service programs. We focus our collective depth of expertise and passion to improve the health of the 1.5 million people who live in our diverse service area. Sinai Health System, with our team of dedicated caregivers, is uniquely committed to building stronger, healthier communities. Visit www.sinai.org for more information about our organization. 3 North is a 42 bed Medical Surgical unit. The main focus of the unit is the provision of safe and quality-driven care reflective of evidenced-based practice. We receive our patients from a variety of sources: emergency room, direct admissions, transfers from other hospitals, intensive care, and other units. GENERAL SUMMARY: The Registered Nurse shows dedication to enriching the lives of our patients through empathy and compassion Demonstrates commitment to interpersonal excellence through professional greetings and common courtesy Develop and implement a plan of care through delivery and delegation of care Participates in patient / family education Participates in communication and collaboration with patients, families, Physicians and other health care professionals involving patient care Respond accordingly in emergency situations for Codes Adhere to hospital and department policies and procedures Interprets patient data accurately, utilize data independently or in consultation with other healthcare professionals to plan and revise care BENEFITS: 403 b with matching contributions CE Courses offered Tuition Reimbursement Medical / Dental / Vision PTO LICENSE / CERTIFICATION: The Registered Nurse will have current RN Licensure in the State of Illinois The Registered Nurse will have a valid CPR Certification
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
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GENERAL SUMMARY: The responsibilities of the Occupational Therapist are: To evaluate, plan, interpret and implement specific Occupational Therapy treatment programs for patients in order to facilitate the patient's maximum recovery potential. To supervise assigned students and support staff as applicable. To conduct self in a manner which brings credit to the department, the organization, and the profession of Occupational Therapy. To contribute to the team effort and show respect and compassion for patients, families and other staff. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Selects appropriate evaluation tools to assess patients' abilities and areas of impairment related to functional limitations. Develops goals and a treatment plan based upon a comprehensive Occupational Therapy assessment and evaluation. Takes into the account goals of the patient, family, and/or caregiver as well as rehabilitation prognosis. Adjusts goals and treatment plan as necessary to meet patients' changing needs. Provides effective, skilled, evidence-based therapeutic interventions through individual and/or group therapy to improve identified deficit areas including psychosocial, cognitive, developmental, perceptual, sensory, motor, and activities of daily living. Participates in discharge planning, including making appropriate discharge recommendations, and may include educating patient, family, and/or caregiver, providing a home program, and recommending follow-up care. Completes thorough documentation in a timely and appropriate manner meeting departmental, hospital, and regulatory standards for initial evaluations, progress notes, discharge summaries, daily documentation, and other documents as needed. Documentation supports charges billed, demonstrates skilled interventions, and identifies necessity for Occupational Therapy services. Demonstrates effective time management skills and meets department standards (e.g. productivity, chart reviews, completion of documentation). Demonstrates knowledge of own scope of service including any new regulatory changes in professional practice; monitors own compliance. Communicates effectively with team members, other health care professionals, patients, families, and caregivers to achieve optimum care for patients, to facilitate team interaction and to positively represent the department and hospital. Conducts self in a professional manner in all interactions, behaviors, and communication with leadership. Demonstrates accountability for own actions and job performance. Accepts constructive feedback in a positive manner. Participates in the departmental quality process; contributes ideas for operational improvements. Supports change initiatives. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Master's degree in Occupational Therapy. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Very good communication skills both verbally and written. Goal oriented with desire to grow professionally. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Licensed by the state of Illinois.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is a freestanding, not-for-profit, 102-licensed bed facility on Chicago's West and Southwest Side that offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs for adults and children. Schwab is a proud member of Sinai Health System and the first fully licensed and accredited rehabilitation hospital in the Midwest. Our therapists see patients through the entire continuum of care, from acute inpatient admissions at Mount Sinai Hospital, to inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient therapy services at Schwab. We also have a hospital-based rehabilitation-focused short-term sub-acute unit at Schwab that provides both therapy and nursing services with exceptional outcomes. Our rehabilitation team takes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to address the physical, cognitive and psychosocial needs of each patient. Each patient is assessed and provided with a personalized care plan tailored to help achieve maximal independence and function. Schwab offers seven treatment gyms featuring private treatment rooms, a warm-water indoor therapy pool, and an award-winning therapeutic rooftop garden. The Physical Therapist works as part of a large interdisciplinary team that rotates every six months to one of our clinical areas - outpatient, acute and rehab inpatient (subacute, general ortho, spinal cord injury, brain injury and stroke). GENERAL SUMMARY: To evaluate, plan, interpret and implement specific Physical Therapy treatment programs for patients in order to facilitate the patient's maximum recovery potential. To supervise assigned students and support staff as applicable. To conduct self in a manner which brings credit to the department, to the organization, and to the profession of Physical Therapy. To contribute to the team effort and show respect and compassion for patients, families and other staff. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Selects appropriate evaluation tools to assess patients' abilities and areas of impairment related to functional limitations. Develops goals and treatment plans based upon a comprehensive Physical Therapy assessment and evaluation. Takes into account the goals of the patient, family, and/or caregiver as well as rehabilitation prognosis. Adjusts goals and treatment plans as necessary to meet patients' changing needs. Provides effective, skilled, evidence-based therapeutic interventions through individual and/or group therapy to address identified deficits in functional mobility, ambulation and movement quality. Participates in discharge planning, including making appropriate discharge recommendations, and may include but is not limited to; educating patient, family, and/or caregiver, providing a home program, arranging equipment needs and recommending follow-up care. Completes thorough documentation in a timely and appropriate manner meeting departmental, hospital, and regulatory standards for initial evaluations, progress notes, discharge summaries, daily documentation, and other documents as needed. Documentation supports charges billed, demonstrates skilled interventions, and identifies necessity for skilled therapy. Demonstrates effective time management skills and meets department standards (e.g. productivity, chart reviews, completion of documentation). Demonstrates knowledge of/compliance with own scope of service including any new regulatory changes in professional practice; monitors own compliance (e.g. billing changes, TJC, CARF, CMS, etc.) Communicates effectively with team members, staff, other health care professionals, patients, families, and caregivers to achieve optimum care for patients, to facilitate team interaction, and to positively represent the department and hospital. Conducts self in a professional manner in all interactions, behaviors, and communication with leadership. Demonstrates accountability for own actions and job performance; accepts constructive feedback in a positive manner. Participates in the departmental quality process; contributes ideas for operational improvements. Supports change initiatives. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Masters or Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from an APTA accredited school or equivalent. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Licensed as a Physical Therapist by the state of Illinois or eligible for licensure as stated by state guidelines. BENEFITS: Education Loan Repayment - up to $6000 Continuing Education 21 PTO days per year 403 b with Matching Contributions Medical / Dental / Vision coverage
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
The Nurse Practitioner will conduct diagnostic evaluations and prescribe appropriate treatments while utilizing evidenced-based research within the scope of standards of practice for Physician Assistant or Advanced Practice Nurses as deemed by the American Nurses’ Association and Illinois Nurse Practice Act. EDUCATION: Master’s degree in Nursing preferred. Graduate from an accredited Nurse Practitioner educational program. WORK EXPERIENCE: Minimum of six months of clinical practice as an RN required or (New Grad) Effective communication and organization skills Experience in Critical Care/Neuro Surgery preferred. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Current State of Illinois RN and APN licensure required. or Nurse Practitioner Certification from a National certifying body required. C-NP Nurse Practitioner Certification from a National certifying body as either a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) or Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP) CPR certification required.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
Posted 03/09/2018Req # 9612 GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: Produces two dimensional ultrasonic recordings and Doppler flow analyses of heart and related structures for use by Physician in diagnosis of heart disease and study of heart by performing the following duties. Explains procedures to patient to obtain cooperation and reduce anxieties of patient. Essential Duties: Attaches electrodes to patient's chest to monitor heart rhythm and connects electrodes to electrode leads of ultrasound equipment. Adjusts equipment controls according to areas of heart to be examined.Keys patient information into computer keyboard on equipment to record information on videocassette and strip printout of test. Uses ultrasound equipment to produces images of real time tomographic cardiac anatomy, and adjusts equipment to obtain quality images. MINIMUN EDUCATON: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. Graduate of an accredited echocardiography training program or four years of clinical workexperience as an echo cardiographer. Must be eligible to sit for the ARDMS or CCI examinations. MINIMUM WORK EXPEREINCE: Must have four years of clinical work experience as an echo cardiographer if not a graduate of an accredited echocardiography training program. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Must obtain one of the following certifications within 2 years: Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS) Registered Cardiac Sonographer (RCS)
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
Posted 03/09/2018Req # 8738 GENERAL SUMMARY: Operates and tends boilers. Boiler auxiliary equipment such as pumps, turbines, compressors, and controls for the generation of steam for heating, cooling (chilled water), sterilizing, cooking and laundering. Operates and maintains proper temperatures and pressures on chillers, boilers, chilled water systems, hot water heating systems, steam heating systems, ventilation systems, domestic hot water systems, and house water systems. Provides environmental comfort control throughout the hospital. Surveys areas and equipment, performs tests and prepares the required logs and reports for record retention. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Operates boilers; maintains proper water levels in boilers, maintains proper combustion conditions, steam pressures and temperatures, and steam output. Operates boilers to obtain the most economical, safe and smokeless combustion. Places boilers "on line" and out of service per procedure. Also places auxiliary boiler equipment "on line" and out of service to maintain boiler operation in a most economical manner. Tests boiler safety shut down equipment and pressure vessel relief safety equipment. Collects and tests sample boiler water, condensate, heating systems water and cooking systems water. Determines chemical treatment requirements based on test results. Adds and adjusts chemical treatments, chemically regenerates water systems as required to maintain prescribed conditions. Checks chemical supplies and materials needed to test and maintain water systems. Monitors and logs instrument readings, temperatures, pressures, H.V.A.C. equipment status, hospital building area temperatures and alarm status as required during the respective shift. Records and changes charts, records meter readings and computes daily usage of fuel, water, electric, medical oxygen, steam and condensate as required. Inspects and cleans boiler room, boiler room office floors, windows, main panel and equipment. Starts, stops, adjust and regulate pumps, tank water level and controls to provide house water at a safe pressure. Starts and stops pumps and adjusts controls and valves to provide domestic hot water at a temperature not to exceed the prescribed limit. Surveys areas of buildings and adjust area temperatures as needed to provide comfort. Records temperatures and humidity as required in areas of buildings during the respective shift. Surveys all mechanical rooms, checks equipment, adjusts valves, controls and starts or stops HVAC fan units, converters and chillers to provide design temperatures for environmental comfort. Equipment status, pressures, temperatures and other prescribed data is recorded on log sheets during the respective shift. Repairs or makes adjustments to mechanical equipment to maintain operation. Starts, stops and operates lithium bromide steam absorption chiller(s) to provide chilled water for aid conditioning of buildings. Starts, stops and operates chiller auxiliary equipment such as steam turbine driven pups, tower fans, chemical pumps to provide safe, economical operation as required. Performs preventive maintenance on valves, pumps, turbines, compressors, air handling units, hot water heaters, converters, condensate systems, boilers, auxiliary boiler equipment, chillers, steam supply systems, house water systems, water make-up systems, meters, regulators, chilled water systems, hot water heating systems, space heaters, medical vacuum pump system and insulation as prescribed. Cleans and wipes equipment, washes floors in assigned areas, and keeps areas organized and neat. Maintains inventory of air filters, valves, piping, fittings, supplies, and spare parts for equipment. Inspects and maintains thermostats, radiator valves, thermostatic valves, control valves, weathermaster units, mixing boxes, dampers and actuators for zone heating, cooling and ventilation. Responds to elevator and dumbwaiter problem calls. Determines nature of the problem. Takes action per policies. Calls elevator company for service if needed. Responds to fire alarms and fire drills to extinguish fires or to assist. Responds to maintenance request calls on Saturday, Sunday, holidays and when the Responds to utility shutdown and acts as coordinator with established utilities to provideservice. Responds to heating, cooling, ventilation, domestic hot water temperature and pressure, cold water pressure and medical vacuum problems. Is in compliance with Holy Cross Hospital Attendance Standards. Must have a working knowledge of the principles of steam generation and distribution; have a working knowledge of the construction of boilers and the functions of boiler auxiliaries and controls; be able to perform the prescribed water tests, interpret the result of such tests and the need for proper water treatment; have a working knowledge of air handling units, chillers, environmental comfort controls, convertors, hot water heating systems, steam heating systems, pumps and compressors; and have the mechanical and physical abilities and knowledge required to perform preventive and repair maintenance on plant equipment and systems. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Must have minimum two years of experience in high-pressure boiler operation. Must have a current City of Chicago Stationary Engineer's License. Two (2) years of experience in boiler operation and maintenance; one (1) year of experience of H.V.A.C. operation and maintenance. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is medium. Lifts and carries tools, equipment, and materials weighing up to 50 pounds. Climbs and balances to reach overhead pipelines and valves for adjustment or repair. Reaches for, handles, and fingers control valves, dials, tools, and equipment. Hearing to detect warning signals and machinery malfunction. Color vision and field of vision to read meters and gages and to detect signal lights. Works inside.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
Posted 03/13/2018Req # 9630 General Summary At Holy Cross we provide a safe, caring and comfortable environment for families to welcome their new babies into the world. Our compassionate staff and wide range of programs and support services help address mothers' needs before, during and after the pregnancy and childbirth processes. Professional growth is essential in providing care, as the RN shares knowledge, gains knowledge and contributes to knowledge through participation in formal and informal continuing education programs and research. The RN operates within the framework of the Mission, Vision, and Values of Holy Cross Hospital. The registered nurse (RN) demonstrates key behaviors in the areas of care delivery, leadership, collaboration, and professional growth. Care delivery includes assessing status, identifying problems, developing and implementing a plan of care through the delivery and delegation of care, evaluating care delivery, promoting patient/family education and involving the patient/family and other members of the health care team in planning and implementation to meet expected healthcare outcomes. Care is delivered, viewing the person as a whole being, including but not limited to physiological, psychological and spiritual aspects. Minimum Requirements: Current Illinois RN License Minimum 2 years of experience in Labor and Delivery and/or Level 2 nursery experience. (NICU experience preferred) CPR NRP certification Basic Fetal Monitoring
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans patient rooms, medical/surgical rooms and public areas. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Moves file cabinets, desks, tables, chairs, office, clinic and hospital equipment, cleaning supplies and equipment and other items as assigned. Cleans lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, and stairways. Cleans and disinfect any equipment or other items containment as appropriate under the hospital guidelines. Sweeps, scrubs, waxes, and polishes floor. Cleans, disinfect and move beds. Remove old linen and make patient beds. Cleans and replenish/hangs draperies and cubicle curtains. Washes blind. Dusts furniture. Washes walls, tile, ceiling, and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels and handles, sills fixtures and other assigned areas. Empties and cleans wastebaskets. Transports trash and waste to disposal area. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Replaces light bulbs. Notifies supervisor promptly of completed/cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, which are available for occupancy. Trains new employees on departmental procedures. Distributes supplies. Demonstrates knowledge of required protective apparel in designated hospital areas. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding patient safety and infection control in accordance with approved hospital standards. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalent. Must be able to read, write and understand English. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Previous related experience desired.
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GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans patient rooms, medical/surgical rooms and public areas by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Dust and wet mop all tile area. Vacuum all carpet areas. Cleans lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, and stairways. Clean and disinfect any equipment or other items containment as appropriate under the hospital guidelines. Clean and disinfect beds. Remove old linen and make patient beds. Cleans and replenish/hangs draperies. and cubicle curtains. Washes blinds. Dusts furniture. Washes walls, tile, ceiling, and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels and handles, sills fixtures and other assigned areas. Empties and cleans wastebaskets. Transports trash and waste to disposal area. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Notifies supervisor promptly of completed/cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, which are available for occupancy. Train new employees are departmental procedures. Distributes supplies. Demonstrates knowledge of required protective apparel in designated hospital areas. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding patient safety and infection control in accordance with approved hospital standards. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding the mandatory requirements of the EPA on the segregation of all hospital-contaminated waste. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent strongly preferred. Must be able to read, write and understand English. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Previous hotel or healthcare experience desired.
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GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans patient rooms, medical/surgical rooms and public areas by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Dust and wet mop all tile area. Vacuum all carpet areas. Cleans lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, and stairways. Clean and disinfect any equipment or other items containment as appropriate under the hospital guidelines. Clean and disinfect beds. Remove old linen and make patient beds. Cleans and replenish/hangs draperies. and cubicle curtains. Washes blinds. Dusts furniture. Washes walls, tile, ceiling, and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels and handles, sills fixtures and other assigned areas. Empties and cleans wastebaskets. Transports trash and waste to disposal area. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Notifies supervisor promptly of completed/cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, which are available for occupancy. Train new employees are departmental procedures. Distributes supplies. Demonstrates knowledge of required protective apparel in designated hospital areas. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding patient safety and infection control in accordance with approved hospital standards. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding the mandatory requirements of the EPA on the segregation of all hospital-contaminated waste. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent strongly preferred. Must be able to read, write and understand English. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Previous hotel or healthcare experience desired.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans patient rooms, medical/surgical rooms and public areas by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Dust and wet mop all tile area. Vacuum all carpet areas. Cleans lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, and stairways. Clean and disinfect any equipment or other items containment as appropriate under the hospital guidelines. Clean and disinfect beds. Remove old linen and make patient beds. Cleans and replenish/hangs draperies. and cubicle curtains. Washes blinds. Dusts furniture. Washes walls, tile, ceiling, and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels and handles, sills fixtures and other assigned areas. Empties and cleans wastebaskets. Transports trash and waste to disposal area. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Notifies supervisor promptly of completed/cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, which are available for occupancy. Train new employees are departmental procedures. Distributes supplies. Demonstrates knowledge of required protective apparel in designated hospital areas. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding patient safety and infection control in accordance with approved hospital standards. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding the mandatory requirements of the EPA on the segregation of all hospital-contaminated waste. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent strongly preferred. Must be able to read, write and understand English. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Previous hotel or healthcare experience desired.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans patient rooms, medical/surgical rooms and public areas by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Dust and wet mop all tile area. Vacuum all carpet areas. Cleans lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, and stairways. Clean and disinfect any equipment or other items containment as appropriate under the hospital guidelines. Clean and disinfect beds. Remove old linen and make patient beds. Cleans and replenish/hangs draperies. and cubicle curtains. Washes blinds. Dusts furniture. Washes walls, tile, ceiling, and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels and handles, sills fixtures and other assigned areas. Empties and cleans wastebaskets. Transports trash and waste to disposal area. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Notifies supervisor promptly of completed/cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, which are available for occupancy. Train new employees are departmental procedures. Distributes supplies. Demonstrates knowledge of required protective apparel in designated hospital areas. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding patient safety and infection control in accordance with approved hospital standards. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding the mandatory requirements of the EPA on the segregation of all hospital-contaminated waste. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent strongly preferred. Must be able to read, write and understand English. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Previous hotel or healthcare experience desired.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans patient rooms, medical/surgical rooms and public areas by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Dust and wet mop all tile area. Vacuum all carpet areas. Cleans lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, and stairways. Clean and disinfect any equipment or other items containment as appropriate under the hospital guidelines. Clean and disinfect beds. Remove old linen and make patient beds. Cleans and replenish/hangs draperies. and cubicle curtains. Washes blinds. Dusts furniture. Washes walls, tile, ceiling, and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels and handles, sills fixtures and other assigned areas. Empties and cleans wastebaskets. Transports trash and waste to disposal area. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Notifies supervisor promptly of completed/cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, which are available for occupancy. Train new employees are departmental procedures. Distributes supplies. Demonstrates knowledge of required protective apparel in designated hospital areas. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding patient safety and infection control in accordance with approved hospital standards. Demonstrates proper procedures regarding the mandatory requirements of the EPA on the segregation of all hospital-contaminated waste. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent strongly preferred. Must be able to read, write and understand English. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Previous hotel or healthcare experience desired.
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GENERAL SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Registered Nurse (RN) and ED Attending (MD), the Trauma Technician assists the nursing staff in providing direct, indirect, and environmental tasks to a variety of patients who are accessing emergency services. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: · Accepts and carries out assignments from Patient Care Coordinator/RN in consideration of unit needs and as appropriate to clinical experience. · Assists in the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients · Monitors and records temperature, pulse, respiration’s, blood pressure, weights and blood glucose monitoring in accordance with policy and procedure and documents accurately patient status. · Performs 12-lead EKG’s as directed and enters patient information correctly into the EKG system. · Performs venipuncture for the purpose of drawing blood samples. Licenseses and Certifications Required: EMT (or) Paramedics with 12-Lead EKG experience CPR / Basic Life Support (BLS) / Healthcare Provider
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their new babies into the world. At Mount Sinai Hospital and Holy Cross Hospital, our compassionate staff and wide range of programs and support services help address mothers' needs before, during and after the pregnancy and childbirth processes. The Mother Baby Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital is a 34 bed unit that serves mother, babies, antepartum as well as post-gynocological surgey patients. We have an RN/CNA care model and a 1:5 caregiver/patient ratio. If you have at least 1 year of Mother/Baby or are interested in expanding your skill set to Mother-baby and have at least 1 year of RN experience in another area, then Mother/Baby is for you! LICENSE / CERTIFICATION: CPR/BLS Current licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois.
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care nurses and physicians who specialize in caring for seriously ill adult and geriatric patients. Our team works closely in conjunction with Pharmacy, Respiratory, and Social Services to meet the needs of our patients providing the best possible care. Patients admitted to the MICU/CCU require close observation and the use of extensive invasive monitoring equipment, mechanical ventilation, acute but potentially reversible life threatening cardiovascular impairment, and sometimes end of life care. The MICU/CCU nurses are a part of the Code Blue Team that responds to cardiac and respiratory arrest in hospital, assisting with immediate treatment of these critically ill patients. The MICU/CCU nurses are also a part of the Rapid Response Team (RRT), providing a highly skilled critical care nurse to assist with treatment of patients that are not currently in a critical care environment. Our nurses participate annually in our critical care nursing skills fair. Our nurses rise to the occasion daily to care for acutely ill patients. If you are highly motivated and well adaptable – come join us! LICENSE / CERTIFICATION: CCRN preferred CPR, ACLS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 1 year of Staff Nurse Experience. Currently licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois.
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Mount Sinai Hospital hemodialysis unit is one of the few remaining hospital-based dialysis programs in the country. At Sinai, the services provided are outpatient and inpatient hemodialysis; The outpatient dialysis unit has 11 stations, serving four shifts of patients Monday through Saturday. There are two staff shifts. The inpatient unit has 4 stations and also provides bedside dialysis. All acute services also are operational Monday through Saturday. The unit is closed on Sunday. Acute staff has on call responsibilities. The staffing mix is approximately 60% RN and 40% certified hemodialysis technicians. The chronic staff work five, 8 hour shifts and the acute staff work four, 10 hour shifts. Mount Sinai hospital has four nephrologists, all part of the Sinai health system. They are on site, responsive, and supportive of the dialysis staff. We enjoy our independence functioning within a hospital system, as opposed to an outside management company. Our dialysis patients can more easily coordinate their other appointments and services along with their dialysis treatments here at Sinai. There are numerous learning opportunities from the different dialysis modalities as well as learning about all the equipment that is involved in preparing a safe dialysis treatment. General Summary / Unit Information: 11-station chronic unit, 4 patient shifts, 2 staff shifts (AM and PM), 6 days per week Mon-Sat 3:1 nurse patient ratio Acute unit, 4 chairs, and also bedside treatments in the ICUs Inpatient peritoneal dialysis New outpatient peritoneal dialysis unit opening soon off site, Western Avenue, short distance from hospital Many opportunities and experiences within the program--chronic, acute, and rehab hemodialysis and acute peritoneal dialysis Varying shifts--chronic AM 5:30 to 14:00, chronic PM 13:30 to 22:00; acute room 7:00 to 17:30 and 9:00 to 19:00 for bedside; Schwab 14:00 to 20:00. Every other Saturday; unit closed on Sundays On call responsibilities for acute staff; currently taking call for a week, every six weeks BENEFITS: Medical / Dental / Vision PTO CE Courses offered Tuition Reimbursement Clinical Ladder 403 b with matching contributions Education / Certification / Licensure : Graduate of an Accredited School of Nursing Current Registered Nurse License in the State of Illinois BLS CPR At least 2 years working within a hemodialysis environment within a outpatient / inpatient setting Bilingual a plus!
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The Dispatcher performs dispatching and clerical support duties for the department. The general responsibilities of the position include those listed below, but may identify other responsibilities of the position. These responsibilities may differ among specific requirements unique to the department. The Dispatcher will work to ensure conformance to the standards and policies of the organization and to the Mount Sinai Mission. Under the direct supervision of the Director and Manager will be responsible for assisting in the operations of Patient Transport, to maintain the highest possible standards of timeliness and efficiency, maintains good relations with all employees. Receives documents, prioritizes and coordinates service requests such as patient transport, maintenance requests, non-routine housekeeping, nutrition services and late trays. Dispatches service workers to complete service requests. Determines and schedules service requests according to urgency and keeps records of requests and services rendered. Receives check-in calls from service workers by radio, telephone or in person, and may maintain records. May direct or coordinate activities of drivers and/or service workers using a two-way radio or telephone. May confer with customers and/or service workers to expedite the completion of the service request. Works with customers to ensure satisfaction in such areas as quality, service and problem resolution. Complies with all Mount Sinai and/or local policies and procedures related to all assigned work. Reports all accidents and injuries in a timely manner. Complies with all company safety and risk management policies and procedures. Participates in regular safety meetings, safety training and hazard assessments. Attends training programs (classroom and virtual) as designated. May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED Equivalent is required. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: 1 year relevant hospital or healthcare work experience. Strong Leadership Skills Communication Skills (Interpersonal and Group, Assertiveness, Conflict Resolution, etc.) Organization Skills Planning skills (Prioritization, Time Management, Initiative, Follow Through) Demonstrated problem solving skills KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Prior dispatch experience. Familiarity with bed management software or other patient tracking platforms. Familiar with JCAHO/IDPH regulations, current technologies, equipment and products needed to maintain a healthcare institute as normally acquired through 3-5 years’ experience in hospital setting. Ability to communicate orally and in writing with Senior Management, Department Heads, and both supervisory and non-supervisory personnel to exchange information, schedule work and secure cooperation on Patient Transportation work0+ on a frequent basis. Position requires the use of Microsoft Word and Excel and other general offi