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Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Medical Assistant (Bi-Lingual – Spanish/English Ability) – SMG The Sinai Medical Group Clinics are a high volume clinic with a large Hispanic population whose primary language and sometimes only language is Spanish. This is why bi-lingual is preferred for this position. Our staff has the challenge of keeping up with a fast pace, high volume and seamless work flow for these clinics. In order to achieve this, we need a certain percentage of staff members to be able to communicate fluently in Spanish. For the current Spanish speaking Medical Assistants and non-Spanish speaking Medical Assistants ratio that we currently have on staff, in the Medicine division, it would be to our advantage that the person who fills this position is bi-lingual. GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: According to detailed instructions and policies and procedures prepares rooms according to scheduled examination or treatment; accompanies patients to rooms; and verifies patient identification. Obtains and records vital signs -temperature, blood pressure, height and weight -and assists patients with preparations for examination or treatment as needed. The ideal candidate will assist physicians during examinations or treatments by passing instruments and supplies, accepting and labeling specimens, and so forth. Performs and records routine treatments or diagnostic procedures as directed. The medical assistant keeps examination and treatment rooms clean, orderly, and stocked. Also performs patient reception and general office duties as scheduled or directed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: • Prepares examination and treatment rooms by ensuring necessary supplies and instruments are on hand, placing clean covers on tables, and arranging instruments, supplies, and medications according to directions and standard practice for scheduled examination and treatment. • Consistently maintains high quality of patient care. Greets patients in a courteous, pleasant, smiling manner. Calls patients as scheduled to examination or treatment rooms and as well as accompany them. • Verifies patient identification, ensures proper charts are on hand, and confirms scheduled exam or treatment to be performed. • Obtains and records information such as vital signs -blood pressure, height, weight, temperature, and so forth. Always questions patients regarding "allergies" and documents using notices. • Passes instruments, supplies, specimen containers, and so forth to physician during examination or treatment, and otherwise assists physician through such tasks as holding or restraining patients, accepting and labeling specimens, and so forth. • Performs and records in patient charts routine treatments or diagnostic procedures such as blood draws, urine dipstick analysis, standard E KG's, suture removal, immunization injections, applying dressings, and so forth, as directed by physician and according to established standards of care. • Observes patients and reports reactions or changes in condition to appropriate personnel.• Conducts phlebotomy procedures and completes all required requisitions/labels as specified immediately before or after phlebotomy is done. Maintains laboratory logs as specified. • Performs minor laboratory tests on site and documents all results. • Transports patients as required, by wheelchair or stretcher. • Performs related office duties such as answering telephones, by identifying oneself in a courteous, efficient manner, and relaying messages, maintaining necessary records and logs of patient visits for use in billing, accepting and receipting payments, sorting and distributing mail, photocopying records and bills, and so forth. • Follows the approved processes in accomplishing the scheduling of patient referrals. • Assists with follow-up of "No-Show" patients. • Always obtains patient/guardian consents on any surgical or other procedures requiring consents. • Always reviews patient record for any missing reports prior to the patient seeing the physician. Conducts follow-up in retrieval of missing reports. • Under direction from physician or management, contacts patients regarding test results and documents it in patient record. • Always maintains the patient's medical record in the predetermined format. Retrieves and re-files patient record as required. • Always maintains the confidentiality, security, physical safety and unique identification of each patient's record. Abides by the legal requirements regarding release of patient information. • Maintains exam and service rooms in clean and orderly condition by properly disposing of soiled linens and supplies; requisitioning and stocking necessary supplies, instruments, and linens; and cleaning counter surfaces and examination tables. • Ensures proper handling and disposal of used supplies and instruments. Cleans instruments and prepares for sterilization according to established procedures. • Assists in the orientation of new employees. • Employee is encouraged to bring ideas/recommendations that will increase the probability of desired patient outcomes, including patient satisfaction, to the attention of management. • Always maintains a pleasant, cooperative working relationship with physicians, management, co- workers and hospital ancillary divisions. • Always maintains work area in a neat, clean and organized manner. Return or replace all items used. Following policy/procedure cleans and sterilizes equipment/instruments as specified. MINIMUM EDUCATION: • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: • Work requires no previous experience plus one to three months of on-the-job training. • Work requires the analytical ability to read and understand instructions, add and subtract numbers, and make comparisons between numbers and letters. • Work requires the ability to exchange information on factual matters, schedule appointments, greet visitors, explain policies, and/or relay messages to appropriate personnel. This type of interaction requires courtesy and tact when dealing with patients, visitors and/or SMG employees. • Work requires providing direct patient care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, young adult, adult and geriatric patients.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Sinai Urban Health Institute (SUHI), the research institute of Sinai Health System, is dedicated to improving the health of Chicago’s urban communities. Led by a team of committed and energetic social epidemiologists, SUHI uses a community-driven approach to document community health status and related inequities and assess the effectiveness of health interventions. SUHI has been at the forefront of health inequities research in Chicago for nearly 20 years. We are seeking an Epidemiologist II to work under the direction of a Senior Epidemiologist on our Health Equity and Assessment Research (HEAR) strategy. S/he will function as a versatile epidemiologist, with responsibilities including data analysis, project management, grant reporting and writing, assisting with and leading publications for peer-reviewed journals, and presenting research findings to local and national audiences. Specifically, the Epidemiologist II will initiate and conduct action-oriented public health research across a range of application areas, including:Analyzing and packaging Sinai Community Health Survey data for dissemination to a variety of stakeholders, including public health advocates and policy makers Extracting, analyzing, and compiling data from secondary sources such as the U.S. Census, CDC’s 500 Cities, and the Chicago Health Atlas to create usable research products Leading aspects of Sinai Health System’s Community Health Needs Assessment Mentoring Chicago Medical School interns in epidemiologic research methods Assisting with IRB maintenance including application, modification, and renewal submissions Contributing to grant writing and the preparation of manuscripts for publication The successful applicant will have the following qualifications and skills:An MPH or MS with concentration in epidemiology, biostatistics, or closely related field At least three years of relevant public health, project management, or other work experience Strong project management capabilities for performing tasks and advising junior staff with minimal supervision Highly proficient knowledge of and ability to use epidemiologic and statistical methods to assess health-related data Firm command of epidemiologic concepts needed to guide analyses and assist with developing studies Proficient use of statistical software such as Stata, SAS, and/or R Ability to write articles and epidemiologic reports for professional journals Considerable skills in presenting epidemiologic reports and data to large audiences Proficiency in creating and maintaining epidemiologic database systems Ability to search for funding opportunities and assist with grant writing Excellent oral and written communication skills MINIMUM EDUCATION: Must have an MPH or MS with concentration in epidemiology, biostatistics, or closely related field and three years* of relevant public health, project management, or other work experience. *Relevant supervised experiences (e.g., MPH internship) can be considered toward meeting the years of experience requirement.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Director of Facilities Management is responsible for the Engineering/Maintenance and Facilities Planning activities. As such this position has full authority and responsibility over all activities relating to this department. Administers and directs preventive and corrective maintenance programs to maintain buildings, grounds, and equipment, both fixed and portable, procures or generates all utilities including water supply and sewage, and their distribution systems; coordinates activities with other departments to ensure safe and efficient operation. This position is the Safety Officer for the Hospital under appointment by CEO and serves as Chair of the Hospital’s Environment of Care Safety Committee. Assigns and monitors work, hires, evaluates, disciplines, trains, orients, counsels and makes recommendations for hiring, promotion, discharge and salary increase for employees assigned to Facilities Management Services. Manages resources for a safe, functional, comfortable, aesthetically pleasing facilities. Establishes and implements departmental policies, procedures and reviews, including annually interpreting it to departmental staff. Prepares manuals and guidebooks covering all phases of departmental operation for use by Employees. Develops standards for organization and supervision of department services. Communicate internally with all individuals affecting project or affected by a project, communicate externally with any individuals or agencies that may have impact on a project. Consults with department Leaders in completion of projects and assignments. Consults with outside contractors/Architects in completing scheduled work and manages construction design in order to build optimally maintainable spaces. Performs the Financial Management activities pertaining to the preparation of the annual departmental budgets for staff, operating, and capital expenditures. Develops cost control programs for the departments. Reviews specifications for all equipment and construction for the hospital. Compile documentation required for the justification of projects. Provides technical information and consultation to other departments, consult with vendors on design, purchase and installation of new equipment. Reviews designs and prepares reports for compliance with state, local HFAP and/or Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization requirements and keeps permits current. Constantly advances knowledge and attends various meetings/seminars concerning specific areas or concerns within the hospital, relating to the department. Observes and enforces safety regulations and practices. Develops and maintains a positive work climate and the overall team effort of the department. Is in compliance with Holy Cross Hospital Attendance Standards. Performs related responsibilities as required or directed. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Education and/or licensure requirements:Graduate of an accredited Engineering college or university with emphasis on management. Has 5-10 years progressive leadership experience in engineering, maintenance, construction, mechanical systems, and facility safety in healthcare applications. Knowledgeable of local, state building codes and HFAP and/or JCAHO requirements. Maintains valid Driver’s license. Compliant with PPD requirements Experience: Skill and proficiency in areas of mechanical, electrical, refrigeration, construction, safety and maintenance work, and of management skills demonstrated in a hospital as normally acquired through 5-10 years in Facilities Management. Able to make emergency decisions in respect to failure of plant utilities or other delegated responsibilities.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Medical Assistant (Bi-Lingual – Spanish/English Ability) – SMG The Sinai Medical Group Clinics are a high volume clinic with a large Hispanic population whose primary language and sometimes only language is Spanish. This is why bi-lingual is preferred for this position. Our staff has the challenge of keeping up with a fast pace, high volume and seamless work flow for these clinics. In order to achieve this, we need a certain percentage of staff members to be able to communicate fluently in Spanish. For the current Spanish speaking Medical Assistants and non-Spanish speaking Medical Assistants ratio that we currently have on staff, in the Medicine division, it would be to our advantage that the person who fills this position is bi-lingual. GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: According to detailed instructions and policies and procedures prepares rooms according to scheduled examination or treatment; accompanies patients to rooms; and verifies patient identification. Obtains and records vital signs -temperature, blood pressure, height and weight -and assists patients with preparations for examination or treatment as needed. The ideal candidate will assist physicians during examinations or treatments by passing instruments and supplies, accepting and labeling specimens, and so forth. Performs and records routine treatments or diagnostic procedures as directed. The medical assistant keeps examination and treatment rooms clean, orderly, and stocked. Also performs patient reception and general office duties as scheduled or directed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: • Prepares examination and treatment rooms by ensuring necessary supplies and instruments are on hand, placing clean covers on tables, and arranging instruments, supplies, and medications according to directions and standard practice for scheduled examination and treatment. • Consistently maintains high quality of patient care. Greets patients in a courteous, pleasant, smiling manner. Calls patients as scheduled to examination or treatment rooms and as well as accompany them. • Verifies patient identification, ensures proper charts are on hand, and confirms scheduled exam or treatment to be performed. • Obtains and records information such as vital signs -blood pressure, height, weight, temperature, and so forth. Always questions patients regarding "allergies" and documents using notices. • Passes instruments, supplies, specimen containers, and so forth to physician during examination or treatment, and otherwise assists physician through such tasks as holding or restraining patients, accepting and labeling specimens, and so forth. • Performs and records in patient charts routine treatments or diagnostic procedures such as blood draws, urine dipstick analysis, standard E KG's, suture removal, immunization injections, applying dressings, and so forth, as directed by physician and according to established standards of care. • Observes patients and reports reactions or changes in condition to appropriate personnel.• Conducts phlebotomy procedures and completes all required requisitions/labels as specified immediately before or after phlebotomy is done. Maintains laboratory logs as specified. • Performs minor laboratory tests on site and documents all results. • Transports patients as required, by wheelchair or stretcher. • Performs related office duties such as answering telephones, by identifying oneself in a courteous, efficient manner, and relaying messages, maintaining necessary records and logs of patient visits for use in billing, accepting and receipting payments, sorting and distributing mail, photocopying records and bills, and so forth. • Follows the approved processes in accomplishing the scheduling of patient referrals. • Assists with follow-up of "No-Show" patients. • Always obtains patient/guardian consents on any surgical or other procedures requiring consents. • Always reviews patient record for any missing reports prior to the patient seeing the physician. Conducts follow-up in retrieval of missing reports. • Under direction from physician or management, contacts patients regarding test results and documents it in patient record. • Always maintains the patient's medical record in the predetermined format. Retrieves and re-files patient record as required. • Always maintains the confidentiality, security, physical safety and unique identification of each patient's record. Abides by the legal requirements regarding release of patient information. • Maintains exam and service rooms in clean and orderly condition by properly disposing of soiled linens and supplies; requisitioning and stocking necessary supplies, instruments, and linens; and cleaning counter surfaces and examination tables. • Ensures proper handling and disposal of used supplies and instruments. Cleans instruments and prepares for sterilization according to established procedures. • Assists in the orientation of new employees. • Employee is encouraged to bring ideas/recommendations that will increase the probability of desired patient outcomes, including patient satisfaction, to the attention of management. • Always maintains a pleasant, cooperative working relationship with physicians, management, co- workers and hospital ancillary divisions. • Always maintains work area in a neat, clean and organized manner. Return or replace all items used. Following policy/procedure cleans and sterilizes equipment/instruments as specified. MINIMUM EDUCATION: • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: • Work requires no previous experience plus one to three months of on-the-job training. • Work requires the analytical ability to read and understand instructions, add and subtract numbers, and make comparisons between numbers and letters. • Work requires the ability to exchange information on factual matters, schedule appointments, greet visitors, explain policies, and/or relay messages to appropriate personnel. This type of interaction requires courtesy and tact when dealing with patients, visitors and/or SMG employees. • Work requires providing direct patient care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, young adult, adult and geriatric patients.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Medical Assistant (Bi-Lingual – Spanish/English Ability) – SMG The Sinai Medical Group Clinics are a high volume clinic with a large Hispanic population whose primary language and sometimes only language is Spanish. This is why bi-lingual is preferred for this position. Our staff has the challenge of keeping up with a fast pace, high volume and seamless work flow for these clinics. In order to achieve this, we need a certain percentage of staff members to be able to communicate fluently in Spanish. For the current Spanish speaking Medical Assistants and non-Spanish speaking Medical Assistants ratio that we currently have on staff, in the Medicine division, it would be to our advantage that the person who fills this position is bi-lingual. GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: According to detailed instructions and policies and procedures prepares rooms according to scheduled examination or treatment; accompanies patients to rooms; and verifies patient identification. Obtains and records vital signs -temperature, blood pressure, height and weight -and assists patients with preparations for examination or treatment as needed. The ideal candidate will assist physicians during examinations or treatments by passing instruments and supplies, accepting and labeling specimens, and so forth. Performs and records routine treatments or diagnostic procedures as directed. The medical assistant keeps examination and treatment rooms clean, orderly, and stocked. Also performs patient reception and general office duties as scheduled or directed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: • Prepares examination and treatment rooms by ensuring necessary supplies and instruments are on hand, placing clean covers on tables, and arranging instruments, supplies, and medications according to directions and standard practice for scheduled examination and treatment. • Consistently maintains high quality of patient care. Greets patients in a courteous, pleasant, smiling manner. Calls patients as scheduled to examination or treatment rooms and as well as accompany them. • Verifies patient identification, ensures proper charts are on hand, and confirms scheduled exam or treatment to be performed. • Obtains and records information such as vital signs -blood pressure, height, weight, temperature, and so forth. Always questions patients regarding "allergies" and documents using notices. • Passes instruments, supplies, specimen containers, and so forth to physician during examination or treatment, and otherwise assists physician through such tasks as holding or restraining patients, accepting and labeling specimens, and so forth. • Performs and records in patient charts routine treatments or diagnostic procedures such as blood draws, urine dipstick analysis, standard E KG's, suture removal, immunization injections, applying dressings, and so forth, as directed by physician and according to established standards of care. • Observes patients and reports reactions or changes in condition to appropriate personnel.• Conducts phlebotomy procedures and completes all required requisitions/labels as specified immediately before or after phlebotomy is done. Maintains laboratory logs as specified. • Performs minor laboratory tests on site and documents all results. • Transports patients as required, by wheelchair or stretcher. • Performs related office duties such as answering telephones, by identifying oneself in a courteous, efficient manner, and relaying messages, maintaining necessary records and logs of patient visits for use in billing, accepting and receipting payments, sorting and distributing mail, photocopying records and bills, and so forth. • Follows the approved processes in accomplishing the scheduling of patient referrals. • Assists with follow-up of "No-Show" patients. • Always obtains patient/guardian consents on any surgical or other procedures requiring consents. • Always reviews patient record for any missing reports prior to the patient seeing the physician. Conducts follow-up in retrieval of missing reports. • Under direction from physician or management, contacts patients regarding test results and documents it in patient record. • Always maintains the patient's medical record in the predetermined format. Retrieves and re-files patient record as required. • Always maintains the confidentiality, security, physical safety and unique identification of each patient's record. Abides by the legal requirements regarding release of patient information. • Maintains exam and service rooms in clean and orderly condition by properly disposing of soiled linens and supplies; requisitioning and stocking necessary supplies, instruments, and linens; and cleaning counter surfaces and examination tables. • Ensures proper handling and disposal of used supplies and instruments. Cleans instruments and prepares for sterilization according to established procedures. • Assists in the orientation of new employees. • Employee is encouraged to bring ideas/recommendations that will increase the probability of desired patient outcomes, including patient satisfaction, to the attention of management. • Always maintains a pleasant, cooperative working relationship with physicians, management, co- workers and hospital ancillary divisions. • Always maintains work area in a neat, clean and organized manner. Return or replace all items used. Following policy/procedure cleans and sterilizes equipment/instruments as specified. MINIMUM EDUCATION: • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: • Work requires no previous experience plus one to three months of on-the-job training. • Work requires the analytical ability to read and understand instructions, add and subtract numbers, and make comparisons between numbers and letters. • Work requires the ability to exchange information on factual matters, schedule appointments, greet visitors, explain policies, and/or relay messages to appropriate personnel. This type of interaction requires courtesy and tact when dealing with patients, visitors and/or SMG employees. • Work requires providing direct patient care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, young adult, adult and geriatric patients.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
General Summary/basic PURPOSE OF JOB: The Medical Assistant provides care for the out Patients, provides support to the physicians and RN in the clinic. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Graduate from an AMA approved training program for Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE:Two (2) years experience preferred Requirements/Providing Services for Specific Ages:Minimum six (6) months experience with geriatric and pediatric populations Takes initiatives report any unusual patient or visitor findings to appropriate nursing staff REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS:Certification (granted upon graduation)
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY Responsible for all patients' diets and menus. Processes requisition from all floors, completes and corrects all menus. Make sure that all menus are received and tallies write-ins for the production staff to prepare. Ensures that all special dietary needs are noted and staffs diet office to field calls from the patient floors. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES Have great attendance, must be able to come at a short notice. Looking for a great attitude and awesome personality. Must be passionate about cooking,prepping, serving. Must know how to cook in large batches. Collect and correct all menus, specific to the patient's assigned diets. Pulls and edits the menus to go up to the patient for the next day. Encourages patient menu selection by sending menus to be selected through out the day, calls patients on the telephone, sends menus up with other staff members or when doing meal rounds. Enter all nourishments into the computer system. Utilizes computer skills to access information for patient related data, transfers and hospital systems. Responsible for ordering menus, nourishments cards and all other diet office supplies from the Copy Center. Notifies Clinical Manager or Supervisor when office supplies need to be ordered. Extremely detailed and organized. Must be able to distribute/collect food trays to patients at a timely basis. Obtains patient satisfaction surveys and helps department achieve patient satisfaction goals. Assume designated tasks in absence of Supervisor, Clinical Nutrition Manager or Director. Other duties as assigned by Dietician, Mgr., Dir. Nurse Mgr. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED High School Diploma or G.E.D City of Chicago Sanitation License preferred. 1 years experience, foodservice preferably in fine dining & health care services. Bilingual a plus but not required.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Interprets accurate medical, mental health, and general information for patient care, staff, patients, and their families. Will not delete, add, or edit messages being conveyed to either party. Scheduled hours may vary MINIMUM EDUCATION:High school diploma or equivalent required. College degree preferred. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE:3 years' experience in medical and mental health interpreting (preferred) Must have knowledge of medical terminology and experience working with deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/blind patients in a clinical setting. Must be cognizant of cultural and perceptual factors that may have an effect on patient treatments and communication. Interpersonal skills are required with strong orientation to customer service. Ability to empathize with patients while safeguarding the interests of the hospital. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Must possess a license with an advanced or master proficiency level in accordance to the Illinois Interpreter for the Deaf Licensure Act of 2007 and Illinois Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission. May also posess National Certification.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Mount Sinai Hospital Chicago is a 319-bed teaching hospital that provides medical, surgical, behavioral health, therapeutic and diagnostic services to the greater Chicago area. Proving to be a national model for the delivery of urban health care, Mount Sinai Hospital ranks among the top 10 percent of hospitals nationwide in 75 percent of national hospital quality measures. Part of Sinai Health System Chicago, it features an Emergency Department that is a Level 1 Trauma Center, providing care to nearly 60,000 patients, and a Labor and Delivery unit that has welcomed more than 3,000 newborns—the second highest number in the city. Located on Chicago’s West Side, Mount Sinai Hospital also is a major teaching hospital, training over 700 health care professionals through undergraduate, graduate, residency and fellowship programs. Holy Cross Hospital is a 274-licensed bed community hospital, provides medical, surgical, intensive, emergency, labor and delivery, rehabilitation, outpatient and primary care services as well as a Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care unit. Its Emergency Department delivers comprehensive care for a broad range of critical and urgent medical needs. Holy Cross Hospital has achieved the Health Facilities Accreditation Program Primary Stroke Center certification. Holy Cross Hospital works closely with area churches, schools, institutions and organizations to build strong, safe and healthy communities. Sponsored by the Sisters of St. Casimir in 1928, Holy Cross Hospital follows the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare. Sinai Children’s Hospital offers high-quality care—and caring— from specialty treatment to emergency services. The children’s hospital includes a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, a pediatric intensive care unit, pediatric trauma care and pediatric surgery and anesthesiology. A wide range of specialty pediatric care is available at Sinai Children's Hospital, including gastroenterology, nephrology, allergy, hematology, endocrinology and neurology. The hospital also provides a wide variety of resources, including a pediatric weight management program and an HIV/AIDS community health program. Sinai Medical Group provides a wide range of medical and surgical specialties, at Mount Sinai Hospital and at Sinai Health System sites in the Chicago area. This team includes more than 250 employed specialists and primary care physicians who are committed to providing high-quality care. Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital was the first accredited rehabilitation hospital in the Midwest—and today, it continues to redefine health care delivery for the lives of patients. Last year, nearly three-quarters of inpatients re-entered their communities from Schwab’s newly expanded, comprehensive Chicago rehabilitation hospital, located just three miles from Chicago’s Loop. After returning home, patients continue to benefit from outpatient care. Working with a wide range of partners, Schwab provides primary, acute, sub-acute and outpatient care to disabled people who live in the community. Sinai Community Institute (SCI) is a community-based health and social service provider committed to helping families and individuals improve their own health status. SCI operates within the nurturing environment provided by Sinai Health System with a mission to help families improve their health and well-being by offering quality education, job readiness, programs for senior citizens, case management and nutritional services to women, men and their families—as well as by making affordable health services and community resources accessible. Through Sinai Health System, SCI clients are afforded easy access to a continuum of quality medical, health, and wellness services including primary and specialty medical care, mental health services, rehabilitation services, social services, child abuse prevention and treatment, occupational health, home health care, and substance abuse treatment. Sinai Urban Health Institute (SUHI) was founded in 2000 as part of Sinai Health System, SUHI’s mission is grounded in the belief that in order to serve our constituents well, we need to understand not just the patients who enter our doors but the community at-large. SUHI has a diverse group of epidemiologists, research assistants and community health educators who are involved in social epidemiology, program implementation and evaluation, teaching and consulting. A major component of SUHI’s work involves examining the impact of social issues, such as poverty, on health. SUHI does teaching through formal courses, grand round lectures and other seminars and presentations. Topics range from descriptions of our research findings to didactic lectures on epidemiological methods. SUHI members have made over 600 presentations to community-based organizations, professional societies, political organizations, medical centers and health departments. SUHI has brought more than $26 million in funding to Sinai Health System to improve the health of our community. The Position: Scope & Responsibility At an important moment in the health system’s history, Sinai is adding leadership that requires a solid development professional to lead the health system’s philanthropic outreach. Through these efforts the health system will realize strong and growing contributed income. This professional should have a successful track record in driving contributed revenue generation and growth. As Sinai responds to the recent assessment of its development efforts, the health system seeks to transform and reach a new and aspiring level of philanthropic success -- one that will put Sinai on a sustainable path for accomplishment in the coming years. Sinai will rely on the Vice President of Development to plan, manage and execute responsibilities to advance the mission of the health system. The Vice President will support and advise the President and executive leadership. S/he will manage many initiatives and programs; reach out to a variety of constituent groups; and interface with the Board of Directors and other leadership volunteers. Sinai is a financially sound organization that faces some fiscal uncertainty and challenges. From this position, the health system is poised for a period of increased accomplishment. In this environment there remains significant financial need. Meeting this need, through enhanced philanthropic support, is critical to realizing long-term sustainable success. The Vice President of Development, therefore will be instrumental in driving the future success of the health system. The Position: Specific Duties Development Activities The Vice President is responsible for a creating and implementing comprehensive annual Development Plan, including relevant metrics and activities including, but not limited to: ·Annual Giving The Vice President is responsible for the implementation of a robust annual giving program. This program seeks philanthropic support from all constituencies connected to Sinai. ·Major Gifts Program A well-defined major gifts program that creates a vehicle for the cultivation of major gift prospects, and progressively moves those contributors along a continuum of ever increasing commitment and philanthropy. The major gifts program is coordinated with both the annual and capital giving programs. ·Capital Campaigns When the health system requires major capital investment for the physical plant or for balance sheet enhancement, the Vice President, working with the Board of Directors, President and executive leadership, is responsible for setting the strategy and execution plan for a capital campaign. ·Government Grants The Vice President oversees Federal, State, and Local Government grants. ·The Institutional Giving Program The Vice President is responsible for a program that identifies and secures support for Sinai’s work from corporations and foundations through the appropriate grant making process. ·Special Events The Vice President is responsible for all fund raising and cultivation special events. S/he ensures that appropriate staffing, both volunteer and professional, is in place and that goals are met, procedures are followed and the Sinai mission is advanced. ·Planned Giving Program The Vice President is responsible for a formal, organized planned giving program that connects the needs of the health system to the long-term financial plans of its constituents. ·Stewardship The Vice President is responsible for Sinai prospect cultivation and for ongoing stewardship of current donors. ·Auxiliaries The Vice President oversees the activities and growth of fundraising auxiliaries. Board of Directors The Vice President works closely with the Board of Directors through the Advancement Committee to leverage relationships with current and prospective donors. A strong working relationship with the board will be critical for success. Prospects and Donors The Vice President develops, maintains and manages an extensive and active portfolio of donor and prospects for the various giving programs. Department Head The Vice President provides overall leadership and responsibility for creating a Development Department that will execute the development programs. The Vice President of Development oversees the planning and execution of all Development Department programs. Health system Representative A pro-active and visible advocate amongst the health system’s various constituent groups; the Vice President represents the health system in a variety of formal and informal events. The Vice President attends events on both evenings and weekends as well as during the regular health system day. Development Plans and Policies In consultation with the Board Advancement Committee and the Board of Directors, the Vice President develops and oversees the implementation of comprehensive and prioritized annual and multi-year Development Plan. The Vice President also is responsible for the process that creates policies such as the gift acceptance policy, donor recognition policy, endowment policy, etc. These policies require board approval and frequent review. Knowledge Management The Vice President ensures that the Development office’s files and records, both electronic and physical, including the critical prospect databases, are in good working order. The Vice President sets policy and procedures regarding gift processing and acknowledgment as well as prospect research, using this knowledge to advance the health system along its strategic path. Strategic Matters Strategy involves positioning the health system for long-term sustainable success. As a member of the Executive Team, the Vice President supports the strategic efforts to position the health system for success, particularly with respect to financial and operational input, information and guidance. Budget The Vice President submits an annual budget and manages and monitors spending for the development department and all development programs and initiatives. Staff Support to the Board and other Leadership The Vice President of Development provides staff support to various individuals and groups, including executive leadership, the Board of Directors, Advancement Committee and other Board committees, where appropriate. Supporting these groups includes attending meetings, providing planning, management and administration assistance and facilitating communications. Supervisor The Vice President of Development performs all management and supervisory duties in the Development Office, including defining, maintaining and updating Development Department position descriptions; hiring; providing necessary supervision and conducting meaningful performance reviews. The Vice President manages and mentors subordinates, and addresses and resolves personnel issues. Transparency and Reporting Sinai is a vibrant community with numerous important constituent groups including the Board of Directors, medical professionals, staff and patients. Critical to Sinai’s success is a level of transparency and reporting. The Vice President of Development is responsible to put policies and practices in place to assure an appropriate level of transparency in, and reporting to, the community. Interdepartmental and Inter-functional Dynamics Working and interfacing with the President The Vice President and the President form a partnership regarding the advancement of the health system. The Vice President and the President collaborate and articulate the future vision and strategy for the health system into clearly communicated messages to be delivered to all the various health system constituent groups. The President and the Vice President, in partnership with the Board of Directors, are the two key leaders of the health system driving the fundraising and philanthropic support of the health system. The Vice President provides support, advice and guidance to the President on these matters. When appropriate, the Vice President represents the President and the health system when meeting with donors, supporters and prospects. Working and interfacing with Development and Communications Staff The Vice President oversees the efforts to drive contributed revenue to the health system. It is critical to coordinate development and marketing and communications efforts so that all activities to market and promote the health system itself as well as the efforts to cultivate and secure philanthropic support for the health system are integrated and build on each other. Developing a comprehensive Development Plan then monitoring activity to meet these plans and goals will be a critical component of this role. Working and interfacing with the Board of Directors and other leadership The Vice President works with the Board, other leaders to partner with them in the health system’s development efforts. As volunteers, these individuals and groups require partnership and guidance so their efforts are aligned and consistent with the overall development plans and activities. Supporting these groups includes attending meetings, providing planning, management and administration assistance and facilitating communications. At the board level the Vice President works most closely with the Advancement Committee. Working and interfacing with the Financial Offices As contributed revenues flow into the health system, the Vice President works closely with the health system’s financial offices. This includes ensuring regular and frequent reconciliations of both contributions and receivables. Regular financial reporting of the development results should be coordinated and consistent with the overall financial reporting for the health system. Reporting should be clear, transparent, and fully understandable to all constituent groups, particularly the Board of Directors. Working and interfacing with Medical Professionals and other staff The Vice President works with the medical staff to coordinate, facilitate, and leverage the mission related activities in the health system. The Vice President also leads efforts to promote the understanding of the role the medical professionals and all other staff plays in the advancement of the health system. How will success be achieved in this position? ·Success will be achieved when the health system is positioned for long-term, sustainable success through strong and growing philanthropic support. ·Success will be achieved when the Vice President will be an active and effective member of the administration, owning his or her role, working well the President and executive leadership in supporting the overall work of the health system and setting the example for all staff. ·Success will be achieved when key messages are articulated out into all constituent groups. ·Success will be achieved when annual and capital fundraising is robust and meets and exceeds the needs of the health system. ·Success will be achieved when a sense of stewardship and gratitude is acknowledged among all constituents. This will lead to a culture of cultivating connection, attachment, engagement and philanthropy across constituencies. ·Success will be achieved when there are motivated volunteers and staff in support of the health system and the development goals and programs. ·Success will be achieved when the Development Office is an excellent work environment and a desired place to work. They will know what is expected of them and they will be engaged in and excited about their work. ·Appropriate and strong communications channels with constituent groups such as the Board of Directors, medical professionals, staff, patients, etc., will also be an indication that success has been achieved. How will success be evaluated and measured in this position? ·When the contributed income to the health system is at a level that is strong and growing. ·Strong constituency satisfaction and community support will lead to increasing contributed revenue that meets and exceeds operational and capital needs. ·A key indicator that success is attained when the Vice President is highly functional, motivated, respected, integrated and effective member of the administration. ·A measure of the success will be strong and productive Advancement Committee the Board of Directors. The committee will be clear as to its powers, roles, responsibilities and limits. ·A measure of the success will be high job satisfaction among the development staff and the office will be a desired place to work and build a career. The staff will be demonstrated as the best and the brightest in their field. Talents, Skills & Experience Required Talents necessary in this position A passion for the mission and vision of the Sinai Health System A strong commitment to achieving goals A charismatic capacity to lead and generate enthusiasm among others, including constituents, subordinates, peers and superiors A certain innate capacity to communicate ideas and to help others see and understand things that may not come easily or naturally for them A talent for quickly gaining the confidence of others A warm, open personality who easily connects with others An appreciation of, respect for and ability to work with the diverse community served by the health system Good natured, outgoing and comfortable around people Flexibility and a sense of humor Capacity for multi-tasking Capacity for interacting and collaborating in a dynamic and interdepartmental setting Even-tempered in times of stress Skills necessary in this position Ability and comfort level in asking for and securing major gifts General leadership competence General management competence Knowledge of development and development principles and best practices Exemplary oral, written and presentation skills Organizational and process understandings Ability to collaborate with internal and external constituents Budget development and management High degree of computer literacy Experience necessary in this position At least 5 years of progressive development and development experience with a broad and successful track record in fundraising and/or sales Proven success in soliciting and closing major gifts Experience in a comparable leadership position Education Required A bachelor’s degree in a related discipline, a master’s degree in business, related not-for-profit management is preferred.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: Assist the Director in coordinating activities related to admission of patients in hospital or other medical facility by providing the most efficient and timely service to our customers pertaining to admission, transfers and discharges. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES Align individual goals and goals of direct reports with those of Sinai Health System, and its administrators, supporting the mission and vision of the hospital. Oversee and monitor SCI Patient Access staff and Patient Access functions within the clinic. Which includes maintaining adequate, well-trained, customer friendly staff that performs Patient Access functions including but not limited to insurance verification, complete registration, greeting patients, securing POS collections and answering phones. Responsible for management of employees including selection, training, motivation, time keeping, development, performance appraisals and recommends salary adjustments. Interprets, evaluate, revise and implement existing and new forms, guidelines, policies and procedures. Ensure staff has the appropriate equipment, tools, supplies, and training to effectively perform the day to day functions of the department. Assure reporting tools needed to appropriately process patients are available to staff daily. Maintain a visible presence in the departments to assist staff with any questions or issues. Schedule staff appropriate to department needs. Ensure measurement and achievement of KPI’s (key performance indicators) of the department and Revenue Cycle in general while devising strategic methodology to reach those goals. Provides informational reports to management as required. Actively seeks customer feedback while resolves and customer service issues. Collaborate with partnering organizations and/or departments to ensure customer and organizational needs are being met while consistently looking for opportunities for process improvement. Maintain communication with staff on a regular basis, including monthly staff meetings. Staff meetings to include agenda and minutes for record keeping purposes. Participate on various hospital committees as appointed. Keep departmental goals and activities in line with Revenue Cycle focus, while abiding by all government regulations. Monitor and control expenses, identify and acts on opportunities to increase efficiency and cost effectiveness. Develop budget recommendations and monitor operating expenditures. Perform other duties as assigned. MINIMUM EDUCATION: An Associates degree in Social Services or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE:2-3 years progressive experience in a hospital admitting office required. Proven supervisory experience.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Patient Throughput Nurse is responsible for receiving all communication related to patients requiring a bed; facilitating patient throughput from all points of entry through the hospital to support delivery of quality care. The Nurse will also complete Nursing Admission Assessments and patient Discharges to improve the efficiency and quality of admission and discharge process. REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: • Reports to: Director Nursing Support Services • Provides Supervision to: None MINIMUM EDUCATION:• Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. • Successful completion of Hospital and Departmental orientation programs. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE:• 3-5 years Medical/surgical or Critical Care experience REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS:• Currently licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Position Purpose:We are seeking a Financial Counselor to assist patients and other parties necessary to assist in the prompt resolution of outstanding self-pay account balances. The qualified candidate will conduct financial interviews, makes payment arrangements and conduct necessary follow-up on those arrangements ensuring compliance with appropriate policies and procedures. Previous customer service experience. Strong organizational skills. Experience with personal computers. Work requires ability to exchange information on factual matters, explain policies, and/or relay messages to appropriate personnel. This type of interaction requires courtesy and tact when dealing with patients and./or Health System employees. Work requires proofreading and checking documents for accuracy. Excellent oral and written skills, Spanish a must. Excellent analytical and mathematical ability. Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED Certificate Required College Degree preferred
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: The unlicensed assistant personnel perform(s) direct patient care and a variety of clinical and environmental tasks delegated by, and under the direction of the Registered Nurse. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES · Accepts and carries out assignments from Registered Nurse/designee in consideration of unit needs and as appropriate to clinical experience. · Answers call lights promptly; and responds to patient needs when within the realm of the job description and communicates other patient needs to the patient's nurse. · Provides general comfort measures to patients including, but not limited to: positioning, turning, back rubs, linen change, ambulating, dangling, sitting, walking, and offering bed pan. · Cares for patients in a manner that demonstrates understanding of their cognitive, physical, emotional and age specifics needs. · Performs patient care rounds and anticipates patient care needs. MINIMUM EDUCATION: • High School graduate or GED required. • Graduate of Basic Nursing Assistant Program required MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: • Minimum one-year hospital/comparable experience within the last 5 years preferred. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: • Certified by Illinois Department of Public Health. • Current CPR Card - BLS Healthcare Provider
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: The unlicensed assistant personnel perform(s) direct patient care and a variety of clinical and environmental tasks delegated by, and under the direction of the Registered Nurse. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES · Accepts and carries out assignments from Registered Nurse/designee in consideration of unit needs and as appropriate to clinical experience. · Answers call lights promptly; and responds to patient needs when within the realm of the job description and communicates other patient needs to the patient's nurse. · Provides general comfort measures to patients including, but not limited to: positioning, turning, back rubs, linen change, ambulating, dangling, sitting, walking, and offering bed pan. · Cares for patients in a manner that demonstrates understanding of their cognitive, physical, emotional and age specifics needs. · Performs patient care rounds and anticipates patient care needs. MINIMUM EDUCATION: • High School graduate or GED required. • Graduate of Basic Nursing Assistant Program required MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: • Minimum one-year hospital/comparable experience within the last 5 years preferred. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: • Certified by Illinois Department of Public Health. • Current CPR Card - BLS Healthcare Provider
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Supervisor Environmental Services This position oversees and directs the day to day shift operations of the Environmental Services Department to ensure that the facility is clean, orderly and safe. This position reports to the Environmental Services Manager and receives general direction regarding routine and standard matters and specific instructions regarding highly sensitive matters. Responsibilities: Inspect cleanliness and overall appearance of facility, sanitation and infection control; inspect completed assignments; take corrective action if necessary. Ensure that all departmental spaces are maintained in accordance with accrediting body standards and requirements. Provides leadership and guidance to departmental personnel. Coordinate staffing levels to effectively carry out department functions. Coordinate distribution of cleaning supplies, chemicals, paper products, office supplies and departmental equipment as needed. Assist with maintaining appropriate Departmental Logs, Payroll, Inspections, Training logs and Monthly Meeting Minutes. Conducts inspections daily to ensure that all areas of the hospital meet with the highest possible quality standard of leaning serviceability; take corrective action where necessary. Communicate activities of the Environmental Services Department with those of other departments in order to avoid any scheduling conflicts. Maintains proficiency in all techniques and equipment used by the environmental services department. Investigate and report all unusual occurrences to the Manager. Other duties as assigned. Requirements:To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed must be representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Candidate MUST have experience with working in a union environment. High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) with a minimal of three (3) to five (5) years' experience in health care environmental services. Previous supervisory experience required. Knowledge of accrediting body standards and inspections required.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
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, Illinois
The Medical/Coronary Care Unit is a 12 bed intensive care unit. We are staffed with highly trained critical 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! BENEFITS: Tuition Reimbursement Clinical Ladder Certification Differential 403 b with Matching Contributions PTO Medical / Dental / Vision CE EDUCATION: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. 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.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Clinical Pharmacist: The Clinical Pharmacist – General Medicine is a part of our rotating clinical pharmacist team. This position is responsible for providing and coordinating pharmaceutical care services, including drug distribution and drug therapeutics (selection, monitoring). Clinical Pharmacist responsibilities encompass: Medication Order Management Reviews medication orders for completeness and appropriateness, including indication, patient-specific attributes that warrant individualization of therapy (or avoidance of therapy entirely) and drug / food interactions Reviews medical record for patient response, occurrence of adverse events, and omission of therapies Executes departmental protocols, clinical and operational. Effectively utilizes guidelines and procedures to optimally impact patient care Documents medication interventions Conducts medication histories and medication reconciliation when needed Provision of Decentralized Pharmaceutical Care Units: general medicine, surgery, cardiology, rehabilitation-medicine, psych Serves as a medication expert to unit staff. Intervenes before or at the time of ordering of medications Attends patient care rounds, when appropriate Transitions of care. Provide the transitions of care for the patient, from medication history & reconciliation through the post-discharge period Contributes to pharmacy quality and medication safety initiatives: reporting of ADRs, medication errors and other issues/concerns Oversees workflow, complies with protocols/policies & procedures/guidelines and works collaboratively with both pharmacy and hospital staff to optimally meet the medication needs of the patient Serves as a resource for physicians, nurses, hospital staff, and patients regarding medication therapy Further opportunities include: Precepting IPPE & APPE Precepting PGY1 Residents Professional development and advancement program for the Pharmacist team Pharmacy Department With a focus on comprehensive medication safety provisions and clinical pharmacy initiatives, the Inpatient Pharmacy has an innovative practice and significant automation throughout the medication management system. As a teaching facility, we are especially dedicated to ongoing educational opportunities within the department. We precept IPPE & APPE students from several colleges of pharmacy, and have a PGY1 Residency program as well as a PGY2 Administration Residency program. Additionally, there are significant teaching opportunities within the department and within the numerous medical residency programs in our health system. The department deploys several specialists and pharmacists to the patient care units as part of our patient-centered care model. Sinai Health System Sinai Health System provides an integrated care delivery model across four hospitals and several Sinai Medical Group clinics throughout Chicago and the near west suburbs. Mount Sinai Hospital is a 319 bed Level I trauma academic medical center with specialty services including Cardiovascular Services, Cancer Care Center, Primary Stroke Center, Chest Pain Center, Orthopedics, Diabetes and Geriatrics. The Emergency Department at Mount Sinai receives almost 60,000 patient visits each year. Sinai Children's Hospital is a 74 bed facility which includes a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and a Pediatric Intensive Care unit. Sinai Children's Hospital is located at Mount Sinai Hospital. Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is a 102 bed facility with comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for adults and children. Holy Cross Hospital is a 274 bed community safety-net hospital with specialty services including inpatient Rehabilitation, Hospice and a Primary Stroke Center. The Emergency Department at Holy Cross remains very busy, receiving the second highest number of ambulance runs in the city of Chicago. Shifts/Hours Rotation: Decentralized primarily Rotation: central, evenings, weekends Qualifications
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY: 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. Consideration of the individual’s age, developmental level, learning ability, health status and belief system are integral in care delivery. Leadership is evidenced as RNs influence individuals or groups to accomplish goals through guiding, directing, teaching, coaching and motivating others. Communication and collaboration with patients, families, physicians and other health care professionals/disciplines is essential in delivering care. It is evidenced in multidisciplinary care planning, problem solving etc. 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. Education and/or licensure requirements:Registered Nurse (RN) with valid Illinois license CPR certification upon hire Compliant with PPD Requirement Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required (Cont.): Experience: At least 1 year of hemodialysis experience