Heart of America Medical Center

Heart of America Medical Center provides crucial medical services to more than 13,000 people within a 50-mile radius of Rugby, North Dakota.

Founded in 1905 by a group of dedicated ministers, our efforts are sustained by Good Samaritan Hospital Association, a non-denominational, non-profit organization supported by 27 area member churches.

The quality of life in North Dakota's small towns is one of the world's best-kept secrets. Not only are the people friendly, well-educated and industrious, North Dakota small towns offer surprising amenities, tremendous community spirit and a great quality of life.

Heart of America Medical Center and Long Term Care, Heart of America Johnson Clinics' main clinic, and Haaland Estates assisted living and basic care facility are located in Rugby. Heart of America Johnson Clinics operates satellite offices in Dunseith, Maddock and Towner.

Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Care Coordination/Staff Nurse- Johnson Clinics Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Contact Information Name: Sharon Harmel Phone: 7017765261 Email: sharmel@hamc.com Job Description                    JOB TITLE: Care Coordination/Staff Nurse           Department: Clinic                                           Responsible to: Nurse Supervisor                         QUALIFICATIONS:  Requires a valid North Dakota driver’s license and must maintain insurability with the facility insurance carrier (applicable for those employees whose job requires them to work outside facility and for education, etc).       Education, Training & Experience:    Graduation from an accredited RN program. Minimum of 5 years medical experience is preferred. Familiarity with complex medical institutions helpful. Knowledge of medical practice required.   Certificate/License:  Possession of a valid North Dakota RN or LPN license. Willing to take and successfully complete the Clinical Health Coach Course.   Knowledge of the principles and skills needed for nursing to provide patient care and treatment.  Excellent patient assessment and planning skills. Knowledge of examination, diagnostic and treatment room procedures.  Knowledge of medical equipment and instruments to administer patient care.  Knowledge of medications and their side effects of patients.  Knowledge of patient education principles to develop a self care program.  Knowledge of common safety hazards and recommending solutions.  Skill in administering a variety of treatments and medications as directed.  Skill in using various types of equipment for examinations and treatment procedures.  Skill in taking vital signs.  Skill in maintaining records and writing reports.  Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, medical staff and the public.  Ability to maintain quality control standards.  Ability to recognize problems and recommend solutions.  Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations.  Ability to interpret, adapt guidelines and procedures.  Strong organizational skills. Ability to communicate clearly.         JOB SUMMARY:    TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, toxic substances, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time.  Occasionally lift and carry weights up to 60 pounds.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.  Requires sometimes working under stressful conditions.    RESPONSIBILITIES:   I.          Leadership/Organization. STANDARDS: 1.         Provides guidance for staff working under their charge. 2.         Assists with orientation and development of new professional and non-professional personnel. 3.         Assists Nurse Supervisor, Front Desk Supervisor and Clinic Director in management activities at the site. 4.         Provides input for performance evaluations of site personnel.   II.        Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral.       STANDARDS:             1.         Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.  (Note-may need to be expanded upon based on the description of job functions)             2.         Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.             3.         Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.             4.         Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.             5.         Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.   III.       Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community. STANDARDS: 1.         Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public, and demonstrates solution-oriented involvement with problems of facility, staff and patients/residents. 2.         Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI, and voluntary groups/committees as assigned by Administration. 3.         Good communication with subordinates and peers. 4.         Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. 5.         Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. 6.         Timeliness of reports, i.e., evaluations, CQI reporting.    VII.    Safety. (may not be all inclusive – this is the minimum requirement)             STANDARDS:           1.         Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. 2.         Completes all required annual safety training. 3.         Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. 4.         Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. 5.         Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety within the facility and/or the department.   VIII.    Duties. (training will be provided/paid for as needed.)             STANDARDS:   Provides assessment and support to patients centered on individual needs. Assists in tracking referrals and patient compliance. Works cooperatively with providers to improve on quality scores. Part of ACO team in care collaboration and quality improvement. Responds to and refers incoming telephone calls.  Instructs patients and family regarding medication and treatment instructions. Assist with preparation of equipment and aid provider during treatment, examination and testing of patients. Greets patients and prepares them for the practitioners’ examination.  Screens patients for appropriate information.  Obtains weight and vitals signs of each patient.  Instructs patients in collection of samples and tests. Maintains timely flow of patients.  Triage emergent patients, ensuring preferences are given in emergency situations.  Assists patient to the emergency room at HAMC, either by contacting the ambulance when necessary or transporting by wheelchair/cart when in-house. Assist in arranging patient testing and admission. Maintains and reviews patient records, charts, and other pertinent information.  Posts tests and examination results. Maintains file and follow-up system for abnormal pap tests. Ensure appropriate information is forwarded to HAMC for deliveries, surgical procedures and admissions. Maintains exam rooms for necessary supplies and materials, including restocking of treatment areas.  Ensures cleanliness.  Requisitions needed medical supplies. Knowledge of supplies and equipment for proper use and care to carry out medical procedures. Assists practitioners with patient education needs. Attends required meetings and participates in committees as requested. Performs related work as required. Adapt to new procedures as needed. Assist in quality assurance programs as directed by supervisor or clinic manager, by reviewing charts and participating in quality assurance studies.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Charge Nurse- Long Term Care Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Required Degree: 2 Year Degree Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Rebecca Hershey Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2259 Email: rhershey@hamc.com Job Description JOB TITLE:   Charge Nurse                  Department: Long Term Care             Responsible to: Director of Long Term Care   QUALIFICATIONS: RN or LPN with a current North Dakota Licensure, BLS Certification required.  Must possess good assessment, documentation, and communication skills.   JOB SUMMARY: Participates in each phase of the nursing process in caring for the residents on Long Term Care.  Responsible for planning, organizing, and providing direct care to assigned residents.  Safely sets up, administers and monitors medications provided to residents in the Long Term Care setting.  Provides supervision and support to the CNAs and other staff members working under his/her charge.   TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work takes place on 2A and 3A of the Long Term Care Facility.  Units are staffed 24 hours per day with RNs, LPNs, CNAs, Bathaides, Bedmakers, Dining Room Assistants, and Ward Clerks.  Team members are involved in management and/or delivery of resident care to adolescent, adult, and/or geriatric residents.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting residents, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time.  Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 50 pounds.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.  Requires working under stressful conditions or working irregular hours.  Requires some exposure to communicable diseases or bodily fluids.  Must be able to distinguish letters, symbols, and colors.             RESPONSIBILITIES:   I.          Hardwiring Excellence – responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence.             1.                  Standards of Behavior 2.                  Key Words at Key Times – AIDET   II.        Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community.             STANDARDS: 1.                  Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solution oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and patients. 2.                  Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI and voluntary groups/committees. 3.                  Good communication with subordinates and peers 4.                  Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. 5.                  Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. 6.                  Timeliness of reports, i.e. evaluations, CQI reporting.   III.       Accountability for Safety             STANDARDS: 1.                  Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. 2.                  Completes all required annual safety training. 3.                  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. 4.                  Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. 5.                  Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.   IV.       Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral.       STANDARDS:             1.         Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.              2.         Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.             3.         Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.             4.         Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.             5.         Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees. V.   Leadership/Professionalism - Maintains a positive professional image throughout the facility and community. STANDARDS: 1.    Displays and promotes professional behavior, reflecting a positive attitude, promoting cooperation, teamwork, and morale.  2.    Demonstrates ability to problem-solve, including sound judgment.  3.    Promotes teamwork. 4.    Maintains professional confidence concerning resident and staff information. 5.    Maintains communication with Director of Nursing and/or Assistant Director of Nursing regarding departmental concerns, needs, and problems.  Carries out directives in a positive manner and is responsible for follow-up. 6.    Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public, and demonstrates solution-oriented approaches to problems within the facility, staff and residents. 7.    Participates in the development of policies and procedures. 8.    Assists with orientation of new professional and non-professional personnel. 9.    Demonstrates positive communication with subordinates, peers, and the public, promoting harmonious relationships and positive attitudes with nursing and other facility departments and the medical staff.   VI.          Responsible to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate care provided to assigned residents. STANDARDS: 1.    Supervises and provides guidance for staff working under their charge. 2.    Provides ongoing evaluation of other staff with implementation of the disciplinary process as indicated. 3.    Provides input for staff education. 4.    Communicates with nursing personnel in an organized manner while prioritizing and coordinating resident’s needs.  5.    Reports pertinent information at change of shift report. 6.    Reports changes or concerns regarding resident’s status to the GNP/MD, Patient Care Coordinator (PCC), DON/ADON, and family as indicated.   7.    Follows the appropriate line of authority. 8.    Communicates with residents, families, physicians, and nursing personnel.  Follows appropriate lines of authority in communication. 9.    Assists medical staff with rounds and procedures, providing them with accurate data regarding resident status. 10. Delegates responsibilities to Long Term Care Staff appropriately. 11. Participates in care conferences, committee meetings, or QA activities as assigned. 12. Collaborates in the development of policies and procedures. Assists with resident cares as needed.  Answers call lights and alarms in a timely manner. 13. Provides direct supervision of meal service and assigns responsibilities to staff.  Is responsible for the timeliness and orderliness of the meal service. 14. Observes and transcribes physician orders accurately. 15. Communicates with other departments as necessary regarding resident needs and issues.   VII.        Demonstrates proper use of technical and assessment skills in the delivery of resident care. STANDARDS: 1.    Accurately assesses residents and intervenes appropriately, focusing on physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs. 2.    Documents accurately and thoroughly (using DART format) regarding resident changes, medication changes, or problems incurred.  3.    Notifies appropriate family and staff (including GNP/MD) when resident condition warrants. 4.    Admits new residents, including completion of all paperwork, as assigned. 5.    Performs all monthly/quarterly assessments as assigned. Completes necessary assessments for the MDS process, including (but not limited to) a comprehensive nursing assessment, skin assessment, falls risk assessment  and pain assessment as required and updates care plan as indicated. 5.    Is knowledgeable regarding use of medical equipment and safety factors as appropriate.   VIII.       Administers treatments and wound care to assigned residents. STANDARDS: 1.    Provides and documents treatments given as assigned.  2.    Demonstrates and applies knowledge regarding current wound care techniques. 3.    Measures all wounds as assigned, including, but not limited to bruises, abrasions, skin tears, stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, lesions, etc. 4.    Participates in weekly wound rounds, assessing and documenting progress of pressure ulcers as assigned. 5.    Completes nail care on diabetic residents at least every 2 weeks and prn.   IX.          Accurately Plans Resident Care. STANDARDS: 1.    Updates/changes the resident care plan based on resident condition. 2.    Completes necessary assessments for the MDS process, including (but not limited to) a comprehensive nursing assessment, skin assessment, falls risk assessment  and pain assessment as required and updates care plan as indicated.   X.            Safely sets up, administers and monitors medications provided to residents in the Long Term Care setting.  STANDARDS: 1.    Accurately administers medications following the six rights by the following routes: a.    Oral b.    Rectal c.    Sublingual d.    Topical e.    Ophthalmic f.     Otic g.    Subcutaneous h.    Intramuscular i.      Intradermal j.     Vaginal k.    Inhalation l.      Intravenous   2.    Verbalizes knowledge of medications administered and desired drug effects. 3.    Demonstrates knowledge regarding the resident’s general health and the condition that the medication is prescribed to treat or prevent. 4.    Verbalizes knowledge of adverse reactions, drug/drug interactions and drug/food interactions. 5.    Provides education to resident re: self administration of medications as indicated. 6.    Administers medications and therapies in accordance with facility policies and procedures. 7.    Follows governmental regulations for administering and storing medications, including narcotics. 8.    Makes decisions concerning the administration of medication for comfort or bowel protocol and documents the effect of the medication on the medication administration record. 9.    Makes medication schedule adjustments correctly in regard to resident needs or drug manufacturer specifications. 10. Respects resident rights, including the right to refuse medication and the right to be informed of the consequences of that refusal. 11. Administers medications and treatments in the proper setting, respecting the resident’s right to privacy. 12. Maintains accurate and complete documentation for medications administered. 13. Keeps medication room/cart safe, clean and orderly. 14. Checks resident medications and stock supplies on a routine basis,  and reorders in a timely manner. 15. Responsible for receiving and counting medications, including narcotics. 16. Disposes of medications that have previously been discontinued, following facility policy. 17. Verifies current month with next month MAR for accuracy as assigned.   XI.          Participates in quality assurance activities, meetings, and inservices. STANDARDS I.     Attends inservice education and meetings as assigned. II.   Completes QA monitoring activities as assigned.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Chief Nursing Officer- Acute Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Job Description   JOB TITLE:_ Chief Nursing Officer- Acute                             DEPARTMENT:  Administration                  RESPONSIBLE TO:  CEO       QUALIFICATIONS:  Must have a Bachelors Degree in a health related or Human Services field or have at least 3 years experience in a health-related or Human Services field.  Registered Nurse credential is preferred. Must maintain a valid North Dakota driver’s license and maintain insurability with GSHA’s insurance carrier.       JOB SUMMARY: Work is performed in an office environment and throughout the hospital.  Contact with Department Directors and Nursing Management.       TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office environment and throughout the hospital.  Contact with Department Heads, Physicians and Public.       TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity.   Requires the ability to distinguish letters and symbols.  Requires the use of office equipment such as calculators, copiers, telephones and typewriters.  Requires correct vision and hearing to normal range.       RESPONSIBILITIES:         Will function as:       1.         Coordinator - Coordinates all CQI activities within HAMC, Care Coordinator & Haaland Estates.               STANDARDS   :   a.       Coordinates CQI Committee,  and the Critical Access Committee (CAH).  Reviews all reports monthly/yearly with CEO (Quality Council)    1. Quality Council Committee - Review Departmental  monthly/yearly            reports and bring them to the Quality Council meeting.  Discus corrections or additions with CEO and communicate this info to  the                            involved Dept. Heads   2.  CQI Committee – Coordinates meetings, participates in discussions and voting.  Takes minutes.                                                                                                                                                               2.CQI Committee – Coordinates meetings.  Participate in discussions, decision-  making and take minutes.   3. CAH Committee – Coordinates meeting.  Actively participate in the CAH  Committee.  Collects reports and data.    CAH meeting evaluates the services we provide, determine services changes that maybe  necessary,            and Insure that actions are taken according to decisions made during this            review procedure.       b.      Schedule meetings of Quality Council and CQI Committee. – These meetings are routinely scheduled, rooms reserved, and snacks ordered.                   1. Send a memo two weeks prior to the CQI meeting to committee members                       and persons scheduled to report                   2. Send a  copy of the agenda for the meeting.                   3. Call and remind all persons scheduled to report, who have not submitted                        their reports, one week before the CQI meeting   .   ..   d.   Write minutes for CQI meetings and  distribute to appropriate persons.                      1. The members of the CQI committee.                      2. Board of Directors.       2.         Facilitator - Assist with setting up of new CQI programs for HAMC & Haaland Home.       a.       Assist with setting up CQI for new programs as required by State & National Regulators   b.      Assist with setting up CQI for new programs as needed as Medical and Nursing practice as it evolves.   c.       Assist with setting up CQI for new programs as technology advances.   d.      Utilizes Teams of Excellence and Home Teams to facilitate needed changes / improvements.                 3.         Consultant - Serves as a consultant for CQI and Risk Management, to all Departments of HAMC & Haaland Home   .                 a.   Maintain a library of CQI and Risk management Reference Books                 b.   Be available to assist all Departments as they set up or maintain their CQI                        Programs.   c.        Be available to assist all departments as they set up their patient survey reports   d.      Have access to Risk Management Consultant web site and find information for department directors as necessary.       4.          Educator - Facilitates and participates in CQI at HAMC & Haaland Home.       a.       Be available to provide and participate in CQI and Risk Management Education as needed throughout the GSHA   b.      Schedule and provide a CQI and risk management Orientation for all new Department Heads                  5. Reporter - Prepares a report of CQI and Risk Management findings to the Board of Directors quarterly.           Prepares a report of the CQI programs yearly evaluation done by the CQI            Committee and submits to the Board of Directors –         a.  Submit a copy of the CQI Committee Minutes monthly to the Executive Secretary            to be included on the agenda of the Board of Directors Meeting..      b.  Submit to the Board of Directors a copy of the Yearly Evaluation  of the CQI           Program, including Individual Departments CQI evaluation, Evaluation of all           Contract Services and yearly review of all Criteria Utilized to Evaluate our           Medical Care.      c.  Submit a copy of a our CQI Program that has been Reviewed/revised.       6.      Communicator - Communicates CQI activities throughout facility.   a.       Communicate  with individual departments as needed.   b.      Communicate new CQI information at Department Head Meetings       7.      Patient and Employee survey vendor liaison   a.       Works with HCAHPS vendor regarding all patient and employee surveys.   b.      Provides follow up for issues concerning the above.   c.       Communicates to Administration regarding survey results   d.      Communicates to Department Directors regarding survey results   e.       Serves as a consultant related to issues with survey results   f.       Educates department directors on use of Survey vendor reporting sites       8.      Risk Manager duties:   a.       Reviews all employee, patient and non-patient variances through Healthcare Safety Zone Portal   b.      Consults Risk Management Company as needed for variances   c.       Is the liaison between Risk Management company and our facility.   d.      Reviews complaints and concerns regarding all areas of HAMC, and Haaland Estates.   e.       Deals with patients/families or others who have complaints or issues with their care or other issues.   f.       Performs further review or Root Cause Analysis as necessary.   g.      Orients new managers in use of HC Safetyzone portal site   h.      Devises or makes changes in policies based on Risk Management information provided by our Risk management Insurance Carrier and CAH state and federal regulations.       9.      C.N.O. Acute Nursing Directors:   a.       Prepares Budget for all Acute/Swing Bed Nursing areas.   b.      Serves as a consultant for all Nursing managers   c.       Coordinates monthly meetings with nursing managers to discuss issues and come up with solutions.   d.      Provides education to nursing directors and/or staff as needed.   e.       Is a member of the Administration Council and reports on issues with Acute/Swing Bed nursing, CQI and Risk Management.   f.       Is the coordinator of the Ethics Committee.                7.         Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community.               STANDARDS:               a.         Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public, and                       demonstrates solution-oriented involvement with problems of facility, staff and                 patients.   b.         Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI, and voluntary             groups/committees.   c.         Good communication with subordinates and peers.   d.         Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects.   e.         Values and pursues professional education and self improvement.   f.          Timeliness of reports, i.e., evaluations, CQI reporting.        8.         Responsible for safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written, or oral.               STANDARDS:   a.                   Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities abased on the HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures.   b.                  Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.   c.                   Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.   d.                  Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business association.   e.                   Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designee.       9.         Accountability For Safety               STANDARDS:   1.         Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures.   2.                  Completes all required annual safety training.   3.                  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors.   4.                  Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately.   5.                  Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Child Care Provider - Kids Next Door Daycare Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt PT Required Degree: NONE Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Amy Peterschick Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2342 Email: apeterschick@hamc.com Job Description JOB SUMMARY:  Under direction, assists in the coordination of the daily operations of Kids next door child care center; Implement State licensing regulation and program handbooks; implement and maintain an appropriate learning environment for the children; supervise and train the caregivers; and work in the classroom doing breaks and on an as needed basis. Maintain a safe, orderly and sanitary environment.     TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Position requires daily contact with employees, children in the child care center, and parents of the children in the center. Work will performed in a child care setting environment which will be well furnished, well lit, and temperature controlled.     TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Required to sit, stand and walk in sequences, often accomplishing several tasks at once. Required to occasionally life up to 50 pounds. Be able to stand or walk for long periods of time. Be able to step in and help out where needed. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 16 years of age, have the ability to speak, read and write English. Must be able to perform physical activities such as, but not limited to, lifting children or heavy items (up to50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing or walking and pass a work tolerance examination. Must pass criminal background check and drug test. Must complete the department-approved basic child care course within the first three months of employment and complete a minimum of thirteen hours of department-approved training related to child care yearly. Must possess maturity, good judgment and like working with children and their parents.   Summary Two part time positions available. We are looking for someone to fill a part time day shift Monday through Friday 12pm-5:30pm and  a part time after school position Monday through Friday 3:30-5:30.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Clinic Coder Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Minimum Experience: 1 Year Required Degree: 2 Year Degree Contact Information Name: Melissa Coleman Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2802 Email: mcoleman@hamc.com Job Description RESPONSIBILITIES: I. Clinic Coder (accredited or eligible) General Job Duties STANDARDS: Reviews medical documentation form physicians and other healthcare providers; assigns modifiers, diagnostic and procedure codes for symptoms, diseases, injuries, and treatments according to the official classification systems and standards. Prived accurate and timely ICD-10-CM coding diagnoses, Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding, and in accordance with official coding standards, regulatory coding compliance guidelines and company procedures. Review and audit medical record documentation accurately to reflect healthcare coding and to substantiate appropriate service reimbursement. Conveying coding guidelines to physicians and other healthcare providers to improve the accuracy of medical record documentation. Assists with other tasks as directed by Health Information staff.  II. Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written, or oral. STANDARDS: Responsible for safeguarding and PHI or EPHI seen, used, or disclosed during this position's normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security policies procedures. Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff of with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures. Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic, or oral. Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate. Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer, or designees.  III. Observation, Reporting, and Documentation STANDARDS: Observes safety, infection control, confidentiality, policies, etc. Documents and reports problems (maintenance, safety, infection) on appropriate forms and to the appropriate authority.  Observes the facility and departmental Corporate Compliance Plan, Code of Conduct, and policies. IV. Self-Improvement  STANDARDS: Attends 3/4 of IDM's. Attends annual education on safety, infection control, back safety, and corporate compliance. Attends appropriate continuing education to maintain RHIT licensure. V. Professional attitude, leadership role, and team member abilities. Maintains a positive, professional role throughout the facility and communtiy. STANDARDS:  Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public, and demonstrates solution-oriented involvement with the problems of facility, staff, and patient/residents. Exhibits positive professional approach when dealing with internal and external customers. Is courteous and respectful when dealing with customers.  Exhibits willingness to be involved in teams within the department and facility to improve quality of care. Separates personal problems from work environment. Attendance and involvement in CQI and voluntary groups/committees. Good communication with subordinates and peers. Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. Timelines of reports, i.e., statistics and CQI reporting.  VI. Accountability for Safety STANDARDS:  Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures.  Completes all required annual safety training.  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department hear immediately. Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS: Has successfully completed a two year medical records technician course of correspondence course through AHIMA and is eligible and pursuing accreditation or is licensed as an RHIT, CCA, CCS, CCS-P, or other AHIMA accredited credential. Must be an accurate and conscientious coder. Must  have good typing and spelling abilities. Epic experience preferred. Must have the ability to work well with others, be tactful, conscientious and confidential in regards to all patient concerns. Maintains continued education credits with AHIMA.  Summary JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for coding and what is required along with concurrent coding duties. Responsible for preparatory work for various studies.    TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office environment. There is contact with physicians, other hospital staff, and the public.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires prolonged sitting. Requires some standing, stooping, walking, bending, and stretching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. Requires ability to distinguish letter and symbols. Requires use of office equipment such as; computer, typewriter, copier, telephone, and fax machine. Requires normal vision range and the absence of color blindness.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: CNA - Acute Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Contact Information Name: Jana Michels Phone: 701.776.5455 ext. 2412 Email: jmichels@hamc.com Job Description TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work takes place on acute, med-surg, specialty areas of ER, ICU, OB, nursery and swingbed.  Units are staffed 24 hours per day with RNs, LPNs, nurse techs, CNAs and ward clerks.  These staff are involved in the management and delivery of patient care.  Will be required to follow HAMC Safety policies and procedures and use all Safety equipment correctly when applicable.   AGES OF POPULATION SERVED:  Geriatrics, Adult, Adolescent, Pediatric, Newborn   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of body motion, standing and walking for extensive period of time and occasional lifting and carrying of items weighing up to 50 pounds.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.  Requires working under stressful conditions intermittently.  Requires some exposure to communicable disease or body fluids.     RESPONSIBILITIES:   I.          Hardwiring Excellence – responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence.             Non-Management & Management Personnel: Standards of Behavior-Adheres to HAMC’s Standards of Behavior and shows an effort towards continuous improvement of personal performance in all areas. Key Words at Key Times – AIDET: Incorporates AIDET& keywords into daily attitudes and actions.   II.        Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community.               STANDARDS: Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solution oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and patients. Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI and voluntary groups/committees. Good communication with subordinates and peers Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. Timeliness of reports, i.e. evaluations, CQI reporting.   III.       Accountability for Safety               STANDARDS: Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. Completes all required annual safety training. Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.   IV.       Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral.         STANDARDS:             1.         Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.  (Note-may need to be expanded upon based on the description of job functions)             2.         Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.             3.         Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.             4.         Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.             5.         Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.   V.              Job Responsibility:                 1.  Resident/patient cares                 2. Technical skills                 3.  Documentation/Communication                                 4.  Nursery cares   STANDARDS:   Provides quality patient care and therapeutic measures Orient admissions to room initiating admissions assessment Answer call lights promptly Assists in providing for patient safety and comfort Gathers temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respirations and weights on patients Functions within parameters of BLS certification Provides treatments as required Maintains intakes/outputs, record, documents on patient record Documents vitals at designated time Communicates with coworkers and leaders regarding patient status Maintain professional confidence concerning patient information Follows appropriate lines of authority in communication Daily baths Give bath demonstrations to mothers and assist with mother's return demonstration Do apical pulses, respirations and temperatures every shift or as ordered Change diapers when soiled or wet Bottle feeding on demand when the mother is unable to do the feeding Take baby out to mother for breast feeding every four hours and prn if applicable Observe and report problems or unusual symptoms to charge nurse Assist physician and nurse with circumcision Cord care of Betadine and alcohol every shift Document vitals, I&O, feedings and cord cares Cutting cord clamp on discharge Taking baby pictures at discharge   SELF IMPROVEMENT:   Attends at least 6 of the 12 IDMs yearly Verifies competencies in geriatrics, pediatrics, and neonates yearly Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be literate, mature and caring, must be possess positive communication skills and enjoy working with people.  BLS certification required. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.  If required to use a hospital vehicle, the employee must maintain a valid North Dakota driver’s license and maintain insurability with GSHA’s insurance carrier Summary JOB SUMMARY:  Assists the professional staff by performing delegated duties in providing patient care within limits defined.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: CNA- Haaland Estates Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Kelly Clements Phone: 701-776-5203 Email: kclements@hamc.com Job Description Provides RESIDENT CARE and therapeutic measures, including, but not limited to:  Bathing and personal hygiene, including oral hygiene, nail care, etc. Feeding and meal assistance Ambulation and transportation to/from activities, etc. Assistance with toileting needs Performs restorative nursing activities, including range of motion, ambulation, personal hygiene, etc. Assists residents with whirlpool baths and/or showers, as assigned: Transport resident to and from tub room Provide whirlpool bath to residents as scheduled. Bed bath, whirlpool, or shower (resident’s preference). Shampoo hair Disinfects tub room equipment according to policy Orient new admissions to their room immediately upon arrival, as assigned Make sure new resident had their call light given to them and is instructed on how to use. Provide fresh water for all new admissions Makes resident beds in the absence of a bedmaker. Answer call lights promptly. Assists in providing for resident safety and comfort. Performs technical skills within scope of practice: Obtains temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respirations, and weights on residents as assigned. Functions within parameters of BLS Certification. Provides treatments/skin care as assigned. Documents and communicates resident information in a timely manner: Records intakes/outputs, weights and other documentation on resident record as assigned. Documents vital signs at directed. Communicates with co-workers and charge nurses regarding resident status. Maintain professional confidence concerning resident information. Follows appropriate lines of authority in communication Participates in quality assurance activities, meetings, and in-services. Attends in-service education and meetings as assigned. Completes QA monitoring activities as assigned. Requirements Must be literate, mature, and caring, must possess positive communication skills and enjoy working with people.  BLS Certification required.  CNA Certification required.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: CNA- Long Term Care Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Rebecca Hershey Phone: 701-775-5455 ext 2259 Email: rhershey@hamc.com Job Description JOB TITLE:   Certified Nursing Assistant                 Department: Long Term Care             Responsible to: Director of Long Term Care   QUALIFICATIONS: Must be literate, mature, and caring, must possess positive communication skills and enjoy working with people.  BLS Certification required.  CNA Certification required.   JOB SUMMARY: Assists the professional staff by providing resident care within defined limits.   TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work takes place in the Long Term Care area.  CNAs are involved in the management and delivery of resident care to adolescent, adult, and geriatric residents.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires full range of motion, standing, and walking for extensive periods of time, and occasional lifting, carrying of items weighing up to 50 pounds.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.  Requires working under stressful conditions intermittently.  Requires some exposure to communicable diseases or bodily fluids.   RESPONSIBILITIES:   I.          Hardwiring Excellence – responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence.             1.                  Standards of Behavior 2.                  Key Words at Key Times – AIDET   II.        Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community.             STANDARDS: 1.                  Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solution oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and patients. 2.                  Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI and voluntary groups/committees. 3.                  Good communication with subordinates and peers 4.                  Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. 5.                  Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. 6.                  Timeliness of reports, i.e. evaluations, CQI reporting.   III.       Accountability for Safety             STANDARDS: 1.                  Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. 2.                  Completes all required annual safety training. 3.                  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. 4.                  Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. 5.                  Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.   IV.       Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral.       STANDARDS:             1.         Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.              2.         Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.             3.         Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.             4.         Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.             5.         Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.   V.        Provides RESIDENT CARE and therapeutic measures, including, but not limited to:   STANDARDS:   1.    Bathing and personal hygiene, including oral hygiene, nail care, etc. 2.    Feeding and meal assistance 3.    Ambulation and transportation to/from activities, etc. 4.    Assistance with toileting needs 5.    Performs restorative nursing activities, including range of motion, ambulation, personal hygiene, etc. 6.    Assists residents with whirlpool baths and/or showers, as assigned:                         a.    Transport resident to and from tub room                         b.    Provide whirlpool bath to residents as scheduled. 1)    Bed bath, whirlpool, or shower (resident’s preference). 2)    Shampoo hair.                         c.    Disinfects tub room equipment according to policy.                 7.    Orient new admissions to their room immediately upon arrival, as assigned a.    Make sure new resident had their call light given to them and is instructed on how to use. b.    Provide fresh water for all new admissions.                 8.    Makes resident beds in the absence of a bedmaker.                 9.    Answer call lights promptly.              10.    Assists in providing for resident safety and comfort.              11.    Performs technical skills within scope of practice: a.    Obtains temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respirations, and weights on residents as assigned. b.    Functions within parameters of BLS Certification. c.    Provides treatments/skin care as assigned.              12.    Documents and communicates resident information in a timely manner: a.    Records intakes/outputs, weights and other documentation on resident record as assigned. b.    Documents vital signs at directed. c.    Communicates with co-workers and charge nurses regarding resident status. d.    Maintain professional confidence concerning resident information. e.    Follows appropriate lines of authority in communication.              13.    Participates in quality assurance activities, meetings, and in-services. a.    Attends in-service education and meetings as assigned. b.    Completes QA monitoring activities as assigned.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Cook - HAMC Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Contact Information Name: Ron Biggs Phone: 701-776-5455 x2220 Email: rbiggs@hamc.com Job Description TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:   Will work in a well lit area; kitchen will be warm and humid.  Will work with some cleaners and sanitizers.  Works with other dietary staff.  Will be scheduled for weekend shifts and works some holidays. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires corrected vision and normal hearing range.  Must be able to distinguish letters, numbers, symbols, and colors.  Requires full range of body motion, manual and finger dexterity, eye-hand coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time,  Must be able to lift and carry items weighing 50-60 pounds, pull or push carts weighing 100-200 pounds, will do frequent bending stooping and stretching during work shift.  Requires working under stressful conditions and a rapid work flow setting. Requirements High School or GED is desired.  Specialized training in food preparation is preferable.  One year experience of quantity food preparation is recommended.  On the job training will be given.  Kindness, tactfulness, consideration, and confidentiality in dealing with residents/patients and co-workers is required. Summary JOB SUMMARY: Cooks and prepare foods for patients, residents, employees, visitors and special meals.  Is responsible for cleanliness and order of the kitchen as assigned.  Will work with a variety of diets, foods and equipment.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Dishwasher Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Required Degree: NONE Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Ron Biggs Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2220 Email: rbiggs@hamc.com Job Description Loads, operates, and cleans the dish machine and maintains sanitary condition in the dishroom area.  Works with tray aides in some serving of food duties.  Will work with various cleaners, soaps, and sanitizers with dishwashing, and cleaning. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:   High School or its equivalent is desirable.  Previous experience helpful.   Kindness, tactfulness, consideration, and confidentiality in dealing with residents/patients and co-workers is required. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:   Requires corrected vision and normal hearing range.  Must be able to distinguish letters, numbers, symbols, and colors.  Requires full range of body motion, manual and finger dexterity, eye-hand coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time,  Must be able to lift and carry items weighing 50 pounds, pull or push carts weighing 100-200 pounds, will do frequent bending, stooping, and stretching during work shift.  Requires working under stressful conditions and a rapid work flow setting. Summary JOB SUMMARY:   Loads, operates, and cleans the dish machine and maintains sanitary condition in the dishroom area.  Works with tray aides in some serving of food duties.  Will work with various cleaners, soaps, and sanitizers with dishwashing, and cleaning.   TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:   Will work in a well lit area, kitchen will be warm and humid.  Will work with other dietary staff and some contact with nursing staff, residents, and family when in the dining area of the nursing home.  Will be scheduled for weekend shifts and works some holidays.
EMT
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: EMT Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Cameron Thornberg Phone: 701-776-5261 Email: cameron@hamc.com Job Description JOB SUMMARY:  The primary duties of the EMT are for the delivery of emergency patient care. They must be competent in trauma and medical situations, both pre-hospital and in the clinical setting. They will provide BLS level care on ambulance transports, as requested. Safe operation of ambulances and response vehicles as stipulated by EMS department policies and ND laws & regulations. Will work in clinical setting under the supervision of the Medical Staff and in other areas of the facilities following state rules and regulations. They will assist the EMS Director or the Education Coordinator with educational needs of the EMS department and the affiliated services and service area residents. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:              Education:                   High School Graduate (or equivalent) Experience:                 Prior / Current EMS experience (desired)             Certification:               Required:                                                       Current ND EMT certification (minimum)                                                 Current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR Provider                                                 ICS 100, 200, 700 & 800 (within 6 months of employment)                                                 Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (within 6 months of                                                                  employment) Skills:                          Demonstrates written and oral communication skills. Must maintain a valid North Dakota driver’s license and maintain insurability with GSHA’s insurance carrier. Summary TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  EMT a.       Primary work in EMS patient care and education. b.      May assist in other areas of the hospital as needed.  c.       Works with staff, patients, families, physicians and all affiliated services.  d.      Must be willing to take call, working irregular hours.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  EMT a.       Requires full range of body motion to include standing, walking, bending, stretching and sitting in ambulances for extended periods of time.  b.      Requires lifting a minimum of 125 pounds, transferring patients and pushing occupied patient transfer carts.  c.       Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. d.      Requires working under stressful situations.  e.       Some exposure to communicable diseases or bodily fluids expected.         Job Responsibilities       STANDARDS: (EMT): 1.            Performs assessment, treatment and continuing care for patients following established EMS protocols and accepted local, state and national standards. 2.            Safe operation and driving of ambulances and other hospital vehicles consistent     with State laws and HAMC policies. 3.            Assists in orientation of new personnel. 4.            Serves as a role model for the EMS Department and Heart of America Medical      Center and exemplifies the mission of both. 5.            Cooperates in implementing planned changes and activities to improve patient       care. 6.            Suggests ways to solve problems and make improvements. 7.            Maintains a positive, professional attitude when dealing with patients, families,      staff, physicians and EMS Department affiliated services. 8.            Assists with the collection of data in order to determine staffing and EMS             Department needs. 9.            Represents the EMS Department and Heart of America Medical Center in community activities, media coverage and educational programs as required. 10.        Maintains professional growth and development to keep abreast of EMS    knowledge and skills. 11.        Assists with equipment maintenance and routine checks. Performs equipment and supply restock after each EMS run. 12.        Demonstrates understanding of HAMC Emergency Procedures 13.        Follows HAMC Infection Control policies.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Housekeeper - HAMC Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Contact Information Name: Ron Biggs Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2220 Email: rbiggs@hamc.com Job Description TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, hazardous materials, and other conditions common to a health care environment.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of body motion in handling and lifting housekeeping supplies and laundry, along with bending, stooping, and stretching in the distribution of linen.  Manual and finger dexterity along with eye-hand coordination are needed in facility housekeeping.  Requires lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds.  Requires the ability to distinguish letters or symbols with ordering supplies and inventories.  Requires vision and hearing to normal range in the communication with staff and with facility inspections.  Requires providing for the hospital environment.  Requires the use of office equipment such as calculators, telephones, and copiers.  Requires exposure to communicable diseases and bodily fluids as well as sharps. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:  Use established work procedures and routines.  Must be able to follow directions.  Able to lift 50 pounds.  Participates in infection control cleaning procedures. Summary JOB SUMMARY:  Assigned to a specific unit or floor and is responsible for maintaining that area in a prescribed manner.  Person is to keep assigned area free from offensive odors, provide a sanitary, safe area and keep patient/resident rooms clean and orderly.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Lead Teacher, Child Care- Kids Next Door Daycare Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Required Degree: NONE Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Amy Peterschick Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2342 Email: apeterschick@hamc.com Job Description JOB SUMMARY:  Under direction, assists in the coordination of the daily operations of Kids next door child care center; Implement State licensing regulation and program handbooks; implement and maintain an appropriate learning environment for the children; supervise and train the caregivers; and work in the classroom doing breaks and on an as needed basis. Maintain a safe, orderly and sanitary environment. Planning and implementing activities that meet the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social needs of their students.       TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Position requires daily contact with employees, children in the child care center, and parents of the children in the center. Work will performed in a child care setting environment which will be well furnished, well lit, and temperature controlled.     TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Required to sit, stand and walk in sequences, often accomplishing several tasks at once. Required to occasionally life up to 50 pounds. Be able to stand or walk for long periods of time. Be able to step in and help out where needed. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 18 years of age, hold a high school diploma (or equivalent) with at least one year of experience in a child care or similar setting. Have the ability to speak, read and write English. Must be able to perform physical activities such as, but not limited to, lifting children or heavy items (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing or walking and pass a work tolerance examination. Must pass criminal background check and complete the department-approved basic child care course within the first three months of employment. Must complete a minimum of thirteen hours of department-approved training related to child care yearly. Must possess maturity, good judgment and like working with children and their parents.   Summary RESPONSIBILITIES: I. Hardwiring Excellence- responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence. Non-Management & Management Personnel: Standards of Behavior Key Words at Key Times- AIDET Management Personnel: Rounding for Outcomes Align Leader Evaluations with desired behaviors Staff Appreciation through thank you notes Selection and the first 90 day. II. Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities. Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community. STANDARDS: Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solutions oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and patients Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI and voluntary groups/committees. Good communication with subordinates and peers Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. Timeliness of reports, i.e. evaluations, CQI reporting. III. Accountability for Safety STANDARDS: Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. Completes all required annual safety training. Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and.or department head immediately. Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety. IV. Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written, or oral. STANDARDS:  Responsible for safeguarding and PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities base on the HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures. (Note- may need to be expanded upon based on the description of job functions) Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.  Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral. Responsible for reporting suspected violation of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by and GSHA employee or business associate. Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available  to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.  V. Key duties and responsibilities: Implement State Licensing regulations for the center. Maintain a safe, healthy and educational environment. Adapting daily routines to meet the interest and needs of the individual child and the group. Maintaining and scheduling weekly and monthly activities Planning and implementing activities that meet the physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs of their students Attend and help out with staff meetings and staff trainings Complete responsibilities given by director Ensures center, rooms and play areas are maintained in a clean orderly, and safe condition. Work with director in maintaining an excellent standard of child care service. Maintains appropriate staff numbers to accommodate children enrolled in the program in accordance with regulations. Provides care/supervision, oversight and accountability for program participants in compliance with local policies, guidance, and standards. Oversees implementation of daily food program to meet children's nutritional needs and help out around meal/snack times. Monitors family enrollment to ensure reporting procedures for Center's attendance and fiscal information is accurate. Monitors caregivers Help out with observation/evaluations and supervise caregivers. Reports incidents of suspected child abuse to proper authorities. Works in classrooms as a caregiver for breaks and on an as needed basis. Maintain confidentiality and anecdotal records.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: LPN - Haaland Estates Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Contact Information Name: Kelly Clements Phone: 701-776-5203 Email: kclements@hamc.com Job Description   JOB TITLE: Licensed Practical Nurse              Department:   Nursing – Haaland Estates           Responsible to: Director of Nursing                    QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a positive feeling for the elderly and be able to work well with them.  Must possess good assessment, documentation and communication skills.  High school education.  Graduate of an approved Licensed Practical Nursing Program.   BLS Certification required.  Must have a current ND driver’s license and be insurable by facilities insurance carrier.  Experience preferred but not required.    JOB SUMMARY: Duties include resident admission process and orientation of new residents.  Perform various nursing duties as ordered by provider, to include distribution of medications and treatments.  Provide leadership skills and supervision for nursing aides and medication aides during shift.  Prepares residents charts for clinic appointments.  Contracts provider as resident needs arise.  Perform Haaland Home Clinic duties.  Cares for and arranges for transfer of residents that require emergency care.  Assist in screening and coordinate transfers of residents to another facility.   TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Basic care environment that is staffed 24 hour a day with licensed personal.  Daily contact with physicians, staff, geriatric residents, and the community.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires full range of body motion, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time.  Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 50 pounds. Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.  Requires working under stressful conditions or irregular hours.  Requires some exposure to communicable diseases, bodily fluids, hazardous material and other conditions common to a health care environment.             RESPONSIBILITIES: I.                   Hardwiring Excellence.  Responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence. STANDARDS:                         1.                  Standards of Behavior                         2.                  Key Words at Key Times – AIDET   II.                Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community. STANDARDS:                         1.                  Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solution oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and residents.                         2.                  Good communication with subordinates and peers.                         3.                  Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects.                          4.                 Values and pursues professional education and self-improvement.     a.   Attends Monthly IDM’s.           b.   Attends Education Day.  Completes annual education in Safety, Infection                                                   Control, Confidentiality, Bill of Rights, Open Admissions and Care of              Residents.   III.             Accountability for Safety STANDARDS:                         1.                  Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures.                         2.                  Completes all required annual safety training.                         3.                  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors.                         4.                  Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately.                         5.                  Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.   IV.             Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral. STANDARDS:                         1.                  Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.                          2.                  Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.                         3.                  Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.                         4.                  Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.                         5.                  Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.     Resident Care including Assessments, Care Planning, and Implementation     STANDARDS: 1.             Admission assessment, completion of admission checklist, admission forms and     nursing narrative. 2.             Observes and initiates provider orders and Haaland Home standing orders,             assuring documentation and protocols are observed and communicated so all       aspects are carried out accurately. 3.             Assessment of resident – monitoring for any health changes and makes referrals as         needed. 4.             Assists with initial resident care planning.  Assessing health, behavior, and ADL    ability, while maintaining care plan goal of highest level of independence. 5.             Re-evaluate and updates care plans according to resident needs and adjusting for   any changes. 6.             Responsible to see that care plan is implemented and carried out in daily cares.       Assists resident to maintain independence. 7.             Assesses resident health, ADL abilities and behavior concerns of residents on         admission, discharge from hospital and quarterly. 8.             Carries out Haaland Home clinic duties and serves as clinic nurse on clinic days. 9.             Maintains good relationship with resident and families. 10.         Coordinates or assists with seating arrangement in dining room. 11.         Assists as necessary in dining room to maintain excellent of service. 12.         Observation and Reporting:     a. Communicates resident needs with coworkers during report and throughout                        the shift.            b. Reports facility problems to appropriate department.             c. Operates intercom system.   Resident Care including Medication and treatment Administration        STANDARDS: 1.              Administers medications and treatments as ordered by provider. 2.              Keeps accurate record of medications administered. 3.              Maintains cleanliness and order to medication cart. 4.              Is observant to resident condition and/or symptoms in relation to medications the              resident is receiving. 5.              Provides oral and/or written communications to director of nursing or provider                   regarding any change in resident status. 6.              Provides oral and/or written communications of any variances in medication pass              as ordered.  (Resident refusal, medication held per resident request or per                            provider orders) 7.              Provides oral and/or written communication to PRN mediations dispensed as                     well as resident symptoms. 8.              Assess resident self-administration of medications, creams or ointments and          documents appropriately. 9.              Verbalizes knowledge of adverse reaction, drug/drug interaction and drug/food                interaction. 10.          Follows governmental regulations for administering and storing mediations,                        including narcotics. 11.          Makes decisions concerning the administration of medications for comfort or                     bowel protocol and documents results. 12.          Respects residents’ rights, including the right to refuse medication and the right to             be informed of the consequences of that refusal. 13.          Maintain resident medications and stock medication, and reorders as needed. 14.          Responsible for receiving and counting medications, including narcotics. 15.          Removal of mediations that have been discontinued, following facility policy. 16.          Reviews and observes the resident MAR for accuracy.   Resident Care including Supervisory Role        STANDARDS: 1.              Provides guidance for staff working with them. 2.              Provides input for staff education. 3.              Communicates with nursing personnel in and organized manner while prioritizing  and coordinating residents’ needs. 4.              Reports pertinent information at change of shift. 5.              Reports changes in resident status to director of nursing, provider and family as                needed. 6.              Delegates responsibilities to CNAs and CMAs appropriately. 7.              Collaborates in the development of policies and procedures. 8.              Observes and transcribes physician orders accurately.   9.              Communicates with other departments as necessary regarding resident needs and               issues.     Requirements
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Paramedic - Heart of America EMS Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Contact Information Name: Cameron Thornberg Phone: 701-776-5261 Email: cameron@hamc.com Job Description JOB SUMMARY: The primary duties of the Paramedic are for the delivery of emergency patient care. They must be competent in trauma and medical situations, both pre-hospital and in the clinical setting. They will provide ALS level care on ambulance transports and ALS intercepts to all regional ambulance services, as requested. Safe operation of ambulances and response vehicles as stipulated by EMS department policies and ND laws & regulations. Will work in clinical setting under the supervision of the Medical Staff and in other areas of the facilities following state rules and regulations. They will assist the EMS Director or their designee with educational needs of the EMS department and the affiliated services and service area residents.   AGES OF POPULATION SERVED:  Geriatrics Adult Adolescent Pediatric Newborn   TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Primary work in EMS patient care and education. May assist in other areas of the hospital as needed.  Works with staff, patients, families, physicians and all affiliated services.  Must be willing to take call, working irregular hours.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of body motion to include standing, walking, bending, stretching and sitting in ambulances for extended periods of time.  Requires lifting a minimum of 125 pounds, transferring patients and pushing occupied patient transfer carts.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. Requires working under stressful situations.  Some exposure to communicable diseases or bodily fluids expected.   RESPONSIBILITIES: LEADERSHIP/PROFESSIONALISM Standards: Assists in orientation of new personnel. Serves as a role model for the EMS Department and Heart of America Medical Center and exemplifies the mission of both. Cooperates in implementing planned changes and activities to improve patient care. Suggests ways to solve problems and make improvements. Maintains a positive, professional attitude when dealing with patients, families, staff, physicians and EMS Department affiliated services. Assists with the collection of data in order to determine staffing and EMS Department needs. Represents the EMS Department and Heart of America Medical Center in community activities, media coverage and educational programs as required. Maintains strict confidentiality of patient and organization information. Maintains professional growth and development to keep abreast of EMS knowledge and skills. Assists with equipment maintenance and routine checks. Demonstrates understanding of HAMC Emergency Procedures Follows HAMC Infection Control policies   PATIENT CARE Standards: Is knowledgeable in the clinical assessment, treatment and care of the emergency patient of all ages, to include neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, geriatric and developmentally disabled. Recognizes significant changes in patient's condition and takes appropriate action. Properly transcribes and implements physician’s orders. Keeps appropriate staff members and physicians informed regarding the status of critically ill patients. Implements and documents patient/family teaching. Delivers direct patient care within the scope of license and as authorized by standing orders. Administers medication and IVs on an emergency basis and as ordered by the physician, using safe appropriate techniques. Demonstrates quality performance levels of technical skills, new routines and all procedures within scope of license to Anesthesia, Medical Staff and Nursing Administration as appropriate. Functions within current standards of ACLS and PALS.   SAFEGUARDING THE PRIVACY AND SECURITY OF PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI) IN ANY FORM INCLUDING ELECTRONIC, WRITTEN OR VERBAL. Standards: Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures. Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures. Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written electronic or oral. Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business association. Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designee.   EDUCATION SERVICES Standards: Assists with required continuing education for all affiliated agencies. Assists with instruction of Emergency Medical Responder, EMT and AEMT courses to improve the level of emergency care of all member ambulance squads. Assists with community education on Safety, Wellness, Early Cardiac Care and First Responders.   CONTINUING EDUCATION Standards: Attends yearly mandatory in-service meetings or on-line training to include: Fire Safety Infection Control Hazardous Waste Disaster Procedures Monthly IDMs as scheduled CPR Back Safety  Assumes responsibility for own continuing education needs: Maintains NREMT and ND Paramedic certifications. Maintains certifications in ACLS, PALS, and HCP CPR. Actively seeks continuing education by attending available in-services and workshops. Shares knowledge gained with other personnel.   PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE, LEADERSHIPROLE AND TEAM MEMBER ABILITIES. Standards: Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community. Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public, and demonstrates solution-oriented involvement with problems of facility, staff and patients/residents. Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI, and voluntary groups/committees. Good communication with subordinates and peers. Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. Timeliness of reports, i.e., evaluations, CQI reporting.   SAFETY (may not be all inclusive – this is the minimum requirement)  Standards: Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. Completes all required annual safety training. Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety within the facility and/or the department. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:             Education:                   High School Graduate (or equivalent)                                                 State Approved, Certificate Paramedic program             Experience:                 Graduate Paramedic             Certification:               Required:       Current ND Paramedic license Current ACLS Provider (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)                                                 Current PALS Provider (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)                                                 Current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR Provider                                                 ICS 100, 200, 700 & 800                                                 Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (within 6 months of employment)                                                 Full Time Only: AHA BLS CPR Instructor (within 1 year of employment) Skills:                          Demonstrates written and oral communication skills. Must maintain a valid North Dakota driver’s license and maintain insurability with GSHA’s insurance carrier. Summary JOB SUMMARY: The primary duties of the Paramedic are for the delivery of emergency patient care. They must be competent in trauma and medical situations, both pre-hospital and in the clinical setting. They will provide ALS level care on ambulance transports and ALS intercepts to all regional ambulance services, as requested. Safe operation of ambulances and response vehicles as stipulated by EMS department policies and ND laws & regulations. Will work in clinical setting under the supervision of the Medical Staff and in other areas of the facilities following state rules and regulations. They will assist the EMS Director or their designee with educational needs of the EMS department and the affiliated services and service area residents.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Physical Therapist Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Contact Information Name: Alli Rognlien Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2499 Email: arognlien@hamc.com Job Description TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work takes place primarily in the Physical Therapy Department, but may also take place on Acute Care, ICU, Swing Bed, or Long Term Care.  May involve working at outpatient clinics, contract sites or in a patients home.  The therapy department is a clean, well-lit, climate controlled environment.  The department is staffed 10 hours per day with weekend treatment as necessary.  A wide variety of patient ages, conditions, and personalities are seen as well as a variety of treatments done.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires full range of body motion, standing, and walking during majority of work hours.  Must be able to lift 50 pounds and be able to transfer 175 pounds safely.  A significant amount of bending, lifting, and stretching is required.  Good coordination and balance are a must.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to functional range.  Must possess good communication skills and be able to possess a working knowledge of reading and writing.  Requires working under stressful conditions at times and some exposure to communicable diseases or bodily fluids.    I.          Hardwiring Excellence – responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence.             STANDARDS: Standards of Behavior Key Words at Key Times – AIDET   II.        Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community.             STANDARDS: Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solution oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and patients. Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI and voluntary groups/committees. Good communication with subordinates and peers Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. Timeliness of reports, CQI reporting.   III.       Accountability for Safety             STANDARDS: Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. Completes all required annual safety training. Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.   IV.       Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral.       STANDARDS:             1.         Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.              2.         Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.             3.         Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.             4.         Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.             5.         Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.   RESPONSIBILITIES: I.          PROFESSIONAL SKILL STANDARDS: 1.    Performs thorough patient evaluations prior to initiation of treatment. 2.    Establishes an individualized plan of care with appropriate measurable short-term and long-term goals and expected functional outcomes in accordance with evaluation findings. 3.    Provides information to the patient and obtains the patients informed consent in accordance with jurisdictional law before initiating physical therapy. 4.    Consults with physicians and other related medical disciplines regularly and timely concerning treatment plans, progression or regression of anticipated goals, and discharge planning. 5.    Administers treatment complying with the PT Practice Act, Code of Ethics, Guide for Professional Conduct, Standards of Practice for Physical Therapy, and facility and departmental guidelines. 6.    Monitors and assesses progress or lack of, response to treatment, and results of treatment on a continual basis. 7.    Assures continuity of patient care. 8.    Continues PT justified either by evidence of problems that necessitate treatment or by evidence of observed or expected improvement in functional ability. 9.    Provides home care education and instructions and assists in discharge planning.           10.    Provides care to patients of all ages with varying diagnosis(es) admitted to the Heart of America Medical Center or contract services.   II.         TECHNICAL SKILL STANDARDS: 1.    Evaluations are thorough, complete, and comprehensive. 2.    Modality treatments are administered according to accepted standards paying particular attention to indications and contraindictions for specific medical diagnosis and considering patient tolerance and response. 3.    Therapeutic exercise and manual therapy treatments are administered according to accepted standards paying particular attention to indications and contraindications for specific medical diagnosis and considering patient tolerance and response. 4.    Functional mobility, transfer, and gait training treatments are administered according to accepted standards paying particular attention to indications and contraindictions for specific medical diagnosis and considering patient tolerance and response. 5 .   Involves patients and family in treatment planning, home programs, and discharge planning as appropriate. 6.    Measures and orders various supports, braces, and durable medical equipment as appropriate with thorough patient and family instructions as necessary. 7.    Provides therapist contract services to existing facilities as assigned. 8.    Attends patient/resident conferences and meetings as assigned.    III.      LEADERSHIP             STANDARDS: 1.       Demonstrates an enthusiastic, motivating attitude and approach towards patients, and staff while showing genuine respect and courtesy. 2.       Carries out directives in a positive manner showing self-initiative and accepts responsibility for follow-up.    Is challenged by change, recognizes need for change, views constructive criticism          as a tool for improving self as well as patient care.    Demonstrates good communication skills with all staff and directs concerns to the          appropiate individual(s), avoiding third party involvement and gossiping.    Promotes HAMC throughout the facility and community.    Attends and participates in all mandatory and voluntary facility and departmental          IDM’s, education and training sessions, groups and committees. 7.       Assists in the supervision of departmental staff, students, and volunteers. 8.       Improves current level of expertise by participating in continuing education. 9.       Assumes the duties of the departmental director as necessary and assigned.             10.       Assists in establishment of departmental policies and procedures, continuous quality improvement, patient education, and program development.           11.       Assists in completion of annual and terminal evaluations of departmental staff.           12.       Assists in inservice education and community education programs as directed.   IV.     DOCUMENTATION           STANDARDS:             1.       Completes initial evaluations, patient plan of cares, certifications/recertifications, progress summaries, and discharge summaries on a timely basis.             2.       Completes requirements for durable medical equipment.             3.       Completes patient charging requirements on a timely basis.    Assists in maintaining daily and monthly statistical data.    Completes all other contract service or special program required documentation           as specified in the corresponding policies and procedures.   V.         SAFEGUARDING OF THE PRIVACY AND SECURITY OF PROTECTED     HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI) IN ANY FORM INCLUDING ELECTRONIC, WRITTEN OR ORAL STANDARDS: 1.        Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures. 2.        Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures. 3.        Responsible for maintianing strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.            4.        Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business association.            5.        Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.   VI.       SAFETY STANDARDS: 1.         Familiarize self with and adhere to all facility and department safety policies and procedures.             2.         Complete all required annual safety training. 3.         Support and implement safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. 4.         Report safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:  At least a BS Degree from an accredited school of Physical Therapy.  Licensed to practice in the state of ND and maintains continuing education requirements.  Experience not required but previous clinical experience preferred.  Mature, caring individual with the ability to work along with others.  Must be in good physical condition. Summary JOB SUMMARY: Conducts medically prescribed PT programs within the hospital association and outside as assigned.  Evaluates and treats disabilities, injuries, and diseases through the use of manual therapy, exercise, and effective properties of water, heat, light, and electricity accordingly.  Provides services to contract facilities.  Assist with administrative duties as assigned by the Director of Physical Therapy.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Physician – Family Medicine Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Job Description   JOB TITLE: Physician – Family Medicine             Department: Clinic                                                      Responsible to: Clinic Administrator                     QUALIFICATIONS:  Completion of a residency in family medicine.  Be Board certified or Board eligible with intent to sit for exam in Family Medicine. Have or be eligible for a ND Medical License.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. The physician must be capable of performing the full range of family medicine services.?     JOB SUMMARY:  Provide medical services to patients as designated by HAMC at sites to include the clinics, in-patient hospital, long-term care facilities and other sites as may be appropriate.  Analyze reports and findings of tests and examinations, and diagnose condition of patient.  Administer or prescribe treatments and medications.  Promote health by advising patients concerning diet, hygiene and methods for prevention of disease.  Expedite the admission and discharge process by reviewing each patient’s plan of care with patient, family and appropriate health care providers on a daily basis and will follow standards and clinical protocols to provide high quality care based on the best medical evidence and to reduce variations in practice.?  Comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, and accreditation requirements, including the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.? Maintain BLS and ACLS certification and respond immediately to medical emergencies as required by Hospital policy.?  Will complete all medical records as required by the Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the Hospital such that there are no delinquent medical records and no suspensions because of any such delinquencies  Will attend and participate in regular practice meetings and other committee meetings as designated by the CEO or Clinic Administrator.  Physician will participate in all CQI programs as developed by HAMC.    TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Medical office and hospital setting with frequent exposure to communicable diseases, toxic substances, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment.         TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of motion including handling and lifting patients, manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Requires standing and sitting for extended periods of time.  Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing less than 50 pounds.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal ranges.  Periodically requires working under stressful conditions.     RESPONSIBILITIES:   I.          Hardwiring Excellence – responsible to know and adhere to evidence based leadership to achieve excellence.             STANDARDS:             Non-Management & Management Personnel: 1.                  Standards of Behavior 2.                  Key Words at Key Times – AIDET Management Personnel: 1.                  Rounding for Outcomes 2.                  Align Leader Evaluations with desired behaviors 3.                  Staff Appreciation through thank you notes 4.                  Selection and the first 90 days   II.        Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintains a positive professional role throughout the facility and community.             STANDARDS: 1.                  Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public and demonstrates solution oriented involvement with problems of the facility, staff and patients. 2.                  Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI and voluntary groups/committees. 3.                  Good communication with subordinates and peers 4.                  Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. 5.                  Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. 6.                  Timeliness of reports, i.e. evaluations, CQI reporting.   III.       Accountability for Safety             STANDARDS: 1.                  Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. 2.                  Completes all required annual safety training. 3.                  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. 4.                  Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. 5.                  Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.       IV.       Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written or oral.       STANDARDS:             1.         Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPAA privacy and security  policies and procedures.              2.         Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.             3.         Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.             4.         Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business associate.             5.         Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designees.   V.        Job Responsibilities STANDARDS: 1.                                          Treat patients in various settings to include the clinics, hospital, Heart of America Care Center, the Haaland Estates and other appropriate settings. 2.                                          Occasional travel to conferences. 3.                                          Work at multiple job sites. 4.                                          Treat patients according to, and perform such Hospital procedures as are consistent with, Physician’s licensure, clinical specialty, privileges, practice, and training. 5.                                          Maintain, a currently valid and unlimited license to practice medicine in the State of North Dakota, a currently valid and unlimited Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) Registration Number, and full participation in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.  Physician shall provide Hospital with a copy of Physician’s state license and DEA Registration, prior to execution of this Agreement and upon request thereafter.  6.                                          Make diligent efforts to procure, maintain, and be subject to contracting provider status in such health maintenance organizations, preferred provider organizations, and other third party payors as are deemed necessary or desirable by Hospital. 7.                                          Maintain appropriate medical staff membership and clinical privileges at Hospital. 8.                                          Exercise independent medical judgment and control over all his or her professional activities and services. 9.                                          Maintain professional competence and skill commensurate with prevailing standards of medical practice in Physician’s specialty, and shall attend and participate in continuing education courses designed to maintain and enhance such skills. 10.                                      Maintain, in accordance with established policies, a standard medical record for each patient treated. 11.                                      Maintain professionalism in relations with patients, providers, and staff. 12.                                      Cooperate with and assist Hospital in the recruitment of additional physicians to the community. 13.                                      Provide coverage when other physician employees at the facilities at which Physician practices are unavailable due to vacations, holidays, illness, or attendance at professional activities. 14.                                      Participate in Hospital credentialing and peer review activities. 15.                                      Perform other duties assigned by Hospital from time to time that are commensurate with professional services historically performed by a physician.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Radiologic Technologist Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Employee Type: Non-Exempt FT Contact Information Name: Kirk Seaver Phone: 701-776-5455 Ext 2346 Email: kseaver@hamc.com Job Description TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  The work area is mainly in the Radiology Department, but may include ICU, Acute Care, Long Term Nursing Care, Emergency Room, Surgery, and the Clinic.  Age of patients varies from neonates to geriatrics.  The department is staffed 10 hours per day with call after regular hours during the week and/or weekends.   TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of body motion, occasional lifting and/or transporting of patients.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range and good eye-hand coordination.  Requires working under stressful conditions at times and exposure to communicable diseases, bodily fluids, and radiation.   RESPONSIBILITY:                      I.       Performing the day to day exams of the Radiology Department.  This includes X-ray, CT, and EKG exams.                   II.      To be knowledgeable and proficient in the areas of x-ray, CT and EKG exams.  If additional training is necessary, technologist must be willing to attend educational classes and/or training within the area of need.  This includes the need for additional training due to advanced technology in the Radiology fields in order to keep current in the medical field.              III.      Promote and maintain a professional, efficient, productive and friendly atmosphere for patients, co-workers, and physicians.                IV.      Perform other related duties as assigned.                     V.      Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form including electronic, written, or verbal.    Standards: Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities abased on the HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures. Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures. Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic, or oral. Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or business association. Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPAA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designee.          VI.    Professional attitude, leadership role and team member abilities.  Maintain a positive      professional role throughout the facility and community.  STANDARDS: 1.         Exhibits a positive professional approach when dealing with the public, and demonstrates solution-oriented involvement with problems of facility, staff and patients/residents. 2.         Attendance and involvement in management meetings, CQI, and voluntary groups/committees. 3.         Good communication with subordinates and peers. 4.         Shows initiative and follow-through in work projects. 5.         Values and pursues professional education and self improvement. 6.         Timeliness of reports, i.e., evaluations, CQI reporting       VII.      Safety.             STANDARDS:            1.         Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures. 2.         Completes all required annual safety training. 3.         Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors. 4.         Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately. 5.         Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety within the facility and/or the department. Requirements Must be a graduate of an accredited RadiologySchool.  Must be registered as a current member of the ARRT, or registry eligible. Summary To perform exams in the Radiology Department, as ordered by the attending physician. This may include X-rays, CT, and/or EKG exams.  Technologist must also alternate night and weekend call with other technologists unless other arrangements have been made.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: Respiratory Therapist/Durable Medical Equipment Technician Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Manage Others: No Contact Information Name: Sarah Christenson Phone: 701-776-5455 x 2253 Email: schristenson@hamc.com Job Description RESPONSIBILITES:  1.     Responds to all product inquiries no later than the following workday.   2.     Inputs into the computer and documents inventory numbers of equipment being rented or sold according to standard operating procedure.   3.     Tracks items within inventory regarding need for preventive maintenance, conducts preventive maintenance on assigned equipment and contacts appropriate Biomedical staff to ensure that preventive maintenance checks are performed according to standard operating procedure. 4.     Keeps inventory stored in an orderly fashion and ensures area is kept clean at all times according to regulatory and standard operating procedures.   5.     Delivers all items to customers’ homes according to required timelines.   6.     Receives requests on deliveries from customer service staff so that duplication of phone calls and visits by other staff does not occur and priorities can be set.   7.     Contacts customers and sets up delivery time and date according to standard operating procedure.   8.     Obtains necessary paperwork for customers to ensure maximum reimbursement potential in order to meet all regulatory requirements, i.e., signatures, etc.   9.     Identifies other patient needs and communicates this to appropriate customer service staff.   10.   Delivers products and/or equipment to other locations with 24 hours of order being placed or as priorities dictate, i.e., storefront, satellite operations, etc.   11.   Cleans all rental equipment that is returned according to standard operating procedure.   12.   Services equipment according to general safety policy, specialized training and according to regulations.   13.   Demonstrates knowledge regarding products available for rent or sale and utilizes appropriate resources to continue to develop product knowledge.   14.   Communicates on a regular basis with Purchasing staff regarding product shortages and other product suggestions.   15.   Answers or refers charging, billing, and claims, inquiries to our customer service or billing personnel.   16.   Demonstrates understanding and follows infection control policies and procedures according to standard operating procedure. Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:  Required: •           Qualified as a Respiratory Therapist •           Valid driver’s license.   Preferred: •           Experience in medical equipment delivery. Summary   Participates in marketing activities; responds to product inquiries; inputs into the computer and documents inventory numbers of equipment sold or rented; tracks items in need of preventive maintenance, conducts preventive maintenance or contacts Biomed; warehouses inventory and inputs to Purchasing staff on items needed; delivers items; receives requests on deliveries; provides instruction for operation of Durable Medical Equipment items; obtains paperwork to ensure maximum reimbursement potential; identifies other patient needs; cleans all returned rental equipment; services equipment; provides maintenance of delivery vehicles; remains knowledgeable of products available for rent or sale; utilizes appropriate resources to develop product knowledge and communicates with Purchasing staff regarding product shortages and other product suggestions.  Patients cared for include infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric.
Heart of America Medical Center Rugby, ND
Feb 08, 2020
General Information Job Title: RN (PRN)- Hospice Location: 800 SOUTH MAIN AVE RUGBY, ND, 58368 United States Contact Information Name: Rebecca Hershey Phone: 701-776-5455 ext 2259 Email: rhershey@hamc.com Job Description JOB DESCRIPTION       JOB TITLE: Registered Nurse (RN)/PRN                                    DEPARTMENT: Home Care Services (Hospice and Lifeline)         Responsible to: Director of Home Care Services                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be a registered nurse and be licensed to practice in the state of North Dakota, with  3 - 5 years of clinical nursing experience preferred.  The RN must have a thorough knowledge of all types of patient care.  Also must have the ability to communicate verbally and graphically to present information and suggestions essential to assigned duties.  The RN must possess a basic understanding and good judgment in nursing theory and practice.  Also needed is the ability to deal with the terminal patient and family; ability to prepare and review charts; and document accurately and concisely.  Requires a valid North Dakota driver’s license and must maintain insurability with the facility insurance carrier.  BLS certification required.  IV certification preferred.       JOB SUMMARY:  Renders skilled nursing care to patients and their family in home or place of residence within an assigned geographic area.  The RN assumes an active role in the formulation and execution of the patient’s plan of care as a member of the hospice interdisciplinary team under the direction of the physician, in accordance with the policies and objectives of the hospice. Also, performs related duties as assigned.  Ages of population served include neonate/infant, toddler, child, adolescent, adult and geriatrics.                                                                                                                                                            TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Works in patient’s home, environment varies.  Setting may be urban or rural.  Has the potential for exposure to hazards in the patient’s home such as communicable diseases or body fluids.  Also works in well-lighted, heated, ventilated office environment.  The RN works closely with physicians, nursing administration, patients and their families, and other department staff members and office staff.       TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires full range of body motion including lifting, walking, bending, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. Occasionally lifting or carrying up to 50 pounds.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RESPONSIBILITIES:   I.          Leadership/Organization               STANDARDS:   1.           Makes home visits to hospice patients including initial assessment visits upon assignment              by the director and/or designee.   2.           Renders skilled nursing care to terminally ill patients who require professional nursing               judgment and competence.   3.           Instructs and demonstrates nursing procedures to patient/family to assist patient/family to              assume the responsibility of care.   4.           Advises patient and family in potential hazards and problem areas related to self care.   5.           Follows the physician’s plan of treatment and patient care plan; reports and documents any              unusual change or development in patient’s condition to the director and/or designee and/or              physician.   6.           Accepts and transcribes physician’s orders and relays them to other hospice staff.   7.           Initiates preventive procedures as appropriate for patient care and safety.   8.           Assists with orientation and guidance of new staff members as directed by the director.               9.        Functions independently in the patient’s home without direct supervision.   10.         Share in providing 24 hour, seven-day week call coverage to patients and families.   11.         Provide appropriate support at the time of death and period of bereavement.   12.         Assumes duties of director in the absence of the director.   13.         Accepts and performs other assigned duties when needed.       II.        Documentation and Reporting               STANDARDS:   1.                  Maintains accurate patient records reflecting condition, nursing needs, observations, actions taken, treatment and progress.   2.                  Maintains other department records, evaluations, and reports as required.   3.                  Participates in Continuous Quality Improvement program for the Home Care Department.   4.                  Evaluates nursing care rendered by self in relation to accepted standards of nursing practice       III.       Behavioral Performance   1.                Maintains a viable, positive image for the Heart of America Medical Center Home Care Services within the facility and community.   2.                Represents the department in organizational or community groups when designated.   3.                Participates in departmental promotional activities and public education when designated.   4.                Displays professional behavior reflecting a positive attitude promoting cooperation and morale.   5.                Communicates effectively with staff and other departments.           IV.        Self Improvement                STANDARDS:   1.            Participates in staff conferences and in-services education programs as offered.   2.            Participates in professional activities and organizational meetings.   3.            Attends continuing education programs when offered.       V.        Safeguarding the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) in any form               including electronic, written, or oral.                STANDARDS:   1.                Responsible for safeguarding any PHI or EPHI seen, used or disclosed during this positions              normal job functions as stated in the above job responsibilities based on the HIPPA               privacy and security policies and procedures.   2.                Responsible to conduct any oral discussions of PHI with other staff or with patients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.   3.                Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality with any unintentional access to PHI whether written, electronic or oral.   4.                Responsible for reporting suspected violations of the safeguarding of PHI or EPHI by any GSHA employee or Business associate.   5.                Responsible to ensure the use or disclosure of PHI or EPHI that is not routinely available to this position must be coordinated with the HIPPA Privacy Officer, Security Officer or designee.       VI.       Accountability for Safety.               STANDARDS:   1.                  Familiarizes self with and adheres to all facility and department safety policies and procedures.   2.                  Completes all required annual safety training.   3.                  Supports and implements safety into all job responsibilities regarding self, other employees, residents/patients and visitors.   4.                  Reports safety violations (or unsafe observances) to supervisor and/or department head immediately.   5.                  Promotes a culture of safety to improve employee safety.