Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth (BID-Plymouth) is a 155-bed acute care hospital serving more than 250,000 residents in Plymouth and Barnstable counties, and is the region’s leading provider of high-quality healthcare. As a not-for-profit, we provide comprehensive healthcare ranging from primary and preventive care to specialty services. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of our patients and our community by providing a full continuum of health care services with excellence and compassion. Throughout BID-Plymouth, quality improvement is the strategy that drives everything we do. Our concept of quality encompasses both clinical outcomes and the service components of all interactions with patients and their families.

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth, formerly Jordan Hospital, traces its history to the late 1800’s when a group of leading citizens from Plymouth saw a need to build a hospital to serve residents, and pursued the idea of “a hospital on the hill.” They approached retail tycoon, philanthropist, and summer resident Eben Jordan, of the Jordan Marsh Company, and he donated $20,000 to build what was to become Jordan Hospital. In December 1903, Jordan Hospital opened its doors to the first patients and has remained a community hospital ever since. In 2014, Jordan Hospital joined the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center family of hospitals and became Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth.

 

2013 Snap Shot of BID-Plymouth

49,000 emergency department visits

6,100 surgical procedures

8,600 inpatient admissions

315,000 outpatient visits

41,000 visits to our physical rehabilitation program

3,864 cancer patients treated annually

5,000 cardiac rehabilitation program visits

632 babies born at The BirthPlace

59,844 Cranberry Hospice visits and 2,475 Pediatric Palliative Care visits

 

Employment Opportunities

BID-Plymouth offers full-time, part-time, and per diem employment opportunities in clinical, administrative, and support areas. Please visit www.bidplymouth.org to view our current postings and to learn more about our hospital.


Awards

Our Stroke Team was recently awarded the American Stroke Association’s Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Performance Achievement Award for continuous improvement in stroke care. This national award recognizes the hospital’s commitment and success in implementing higher standards of stroke care.

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth was ranked as one of the best hospitals for 2013-14 in Neurology & Neurosurgery for the first time by U.S. News & World Report. The annual U.S. News Best Hospital ranking, now in their 24th year, recognizes hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients.

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 19, 2020
Part time
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth recognizes Integrity, Respect, Trust, Teamwork and Excellence as the Core Values of our organization. It is the philosophy of BID-Plymouth to follow the LEAN methodology in order to provide the full continuum of health care services and the best quality patient centered care. Principle Duties Clinical Inquiry The ongoing process of questioning and evaluating practice to provide informed, evidence based care. Formulates and raises vital clinical questions and issues clearly and precisely Brings community education issues to the attention of others when assistance is needed to facilitate resolution Utilizes reliable sources for locating current standards of practice, research, evidence reports, literature, and clinical guidelines Uses QI tools and methodologies to assess performance and identify gaps between current & best practice related to key clinical outcome measures Establishes and maintains a system for assessment and evaluation of educational programming that complies with evolving regulatory agency requirements. Clinical Scholarship Those activities which systematically advance the teaching, research, and practice of nursing through rigorous inquiry. Participates in the development and sustainability of standards for professional practice and maternal child health community nursing education programs designed to facilitate high quality patient care. Actively builds effective interdisciplinary relationships to assure timely effective dialogue around community education needs in an effort to enhance evidence based, outcome driven patient care Contributes to the design of a community education curriculum that is evidence based and reflects contemporary and innovative nursing practice Maintains own clinical expertise and practices as an autonomous clinical decision maker within their scope of licensure, certification, and training. Teaching / Learning Assesses community educational needs and develops and implements evidence based educational curricula to support accomplishment of annual educational goals Incorporates principles of adult learning and multigenerational differences in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of education programs Creates a learning atmosphere of respect, compassion, support and open dialogue to facilitate effective educational process. Teaches classes related to the care of patients in maternal child health ensuring that education program materials include culturally appropriate and age specific content. Uses instructional materials from various media and formats as appropriate to learning environment. Refers women and their family members to additional resources as appropriate. Recommends changes in educational goals, priorities, and/or strategies based on evaluation of effectiveness of educational programming using process and outcome data. Facilitates the implementation of new health care technology through design of effective training programs and evaluation monitoring. Demonstrates engagement in lifelong learning and independently identifies own learning needs; participates in educational activities to enable competent performance of assigned duties Shares new knowledge or education outcomes at professional conferences and/or publishes in peer-review journals. Authentic Leadership Ability to bring people together around a shared purpose and empower others to experience meaningful connections with patients/families and staff. Creates a learning environment that is capable of adapting to and sustaining change; is flexible and open to new ideas Establishes collegial relationships with multidisciplinary team to promote a productive work environment. Participates in the development, implementation and monitoring of practice standards to assure continuous improvement in the quality of service and care. Supports the integration of quality, audit, evaluation data and research into practice and educational programs. Facilitates teambuilding and leadership development and seeks out opportunities to serve as change leader for community health education program. Hires, manages and evaluates performance of community education instructors. Required Qualifications Education: BSN required; Master's degree preferred Experience: Two years of progressively responsible education and/or leadership experience Five years of recent maternal child health nursing experience Licensure, and/or Certification: Current RN licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Completion of one of the following programs Boston Association for Childbirth Education ( BACE), Certified Childbirth Educator (CCE ) or International Childbirth Education Association (ICEA) – this is preferred program BLS certification from American Heart Association program NRP instructor level certification preferred Educator certification (NPD) preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrated ability to apply principles of adult learning to the development of effective staff, patient and/or family education programs. Experience in program development and evaluation. Analytical ability to solve systems issues, interpret available data and design/conduct quality improvement projects. Demonstrated critical thinking and problem solving ability. Organizational skill to appropriately set priorities and efficiently complete work. Advanced verbal, interpersonal, and writing skills in order to perform required leadership duties. Demonstrated ability as an effective public speaker and presenter. Computer proficiency inclusive of ability to access and enter and retrieve data from computerized information systems e.g. Meditech and Microsoft Office programs. Willingness to work flexible hours to meet educational needs of the community and staff. Consistently demonstrates the Core Values of Beth Israel Deaconess Plymouth Comply with all applicable Beth Israel Deaconess Plymouth policies and procedures. Physical ability to perform core job responsibilities in accordance with practice setting demands for patient and staff populations regularly served. Occasional travel may be required to facilitate collaboration with entities across BID system or attend external meetings.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 17, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 17, 2020
Full time
Principal Duties and Key Responsibilities Functions as an integral member of the Community Case Management Team, working with complex patients who have a medical and/or behavioral health diagnosis and who require intensive community case management Collaborates with physician groups to promote cost-effective, quality focused financial and patient outcomes Collaborates with other members within the Case Management Department as well as community providers to ensure the patient has the appropriate resources/supports in the community Manages assigned patient caseload with appropriate intervention and ongoing follow-up Intervenes with patients who are unable to be managed adequately due to significant variation from expected outcomes Makes home visits to complex patients to assess care and resource needs in support of community living Maintains communication with program patients to encourage ongoing engagement and adherence to individual care plan Monitors patients through transitions of care; identifies and brings forward issues that impact a successful transition Functions as a patient advocate to determine and identify patient needs Supports the patient’s plan of care through relationship building with the patient and community providers Develops close working relationships with community organizations, e.g., VNAs, Old Colony Elder Services Works closely, and in a well-coordinated manner, with BID-Plymouth colleagues and community-based health providers to ensure patients and their families receive access to timely, high quality care Participates in interdisciplinary team meetings, and the creation of integrated care plans for patients Maintains current documentation electronically, along with ongoing, interdisciplinary team communication Works to enhance knowledge of integrated care, and best practice for improving health outcomes and patient satisfaction, and decreasing health care costs toward achievement of Triple Aim Shares case management expertise with team and other health disciplines to ensure continuity and quality of care Skills Effective verbal and written communication skills to respectfully engage and communicate with diverse populations, including staff, patients, and families Ability to think critically and work independently to identify at risk patients Willingness to learn and remain flexible in the changing healthcare environment Ability to conceptualize, develop and implement new ideas or systems Ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion, and strict adherence to HIPAA while performing duties Reading, writing and checking documents for accuracy, opening attachments and inputting/editing words or data into or from a computer system (Microsoft office, Word, Excel) Continuous Quality Improvement Identifies, analyzes and resolves patient care problems to foster significant improvement in patient care Participates in interdisciplinary continuous quality improvement activities on an ongoing basis Demonstrates a commitment to improving the quality of care provided to patients Physical Requirements Work requires desk/computer work A reliable car and the ability to drive and/or walk to various meeting locations and patient homes Requirements Current licensure in Massachusetts as Nurse Graduate from Accredited Nursing School or current enrollment in a BSN program with completion within 18 months Commission for Case Manager (CCM) certification preferred Community Case Management experience within the past 2 years Experience with making home visits to complex patients Experience working with interdisciplinary care teams to manage a diverse population Experience identifying patients who are at risk in the home setting and implementing an immediate action plan Strong working knowledge of current community resources and experience with resource procurement within the past 2 years Recent experience working with community-based agencies to ensure required services are in place to allow patients to age in place Knowledge of payment reform as it relates to managing TME and improving health outcomes of ACO and other risk populations Experience using an electronic health record and other software systems
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 17, 2020
Part time
Minimum Requirements: Current Massachusetts RN license required Active AHA BLS required Minimum 2 years’ experience working as a RN required Current experience in M/S or Critical Care required AHA ACLS preferred (Required within 6 months of hire) Evidence of EFM continuing education and NRP required within 6 months of hire. Willingness to cross train to postpartum and well newborn required Recommended Requirements: Experience working in Mother/Baby or Nursery environment preferred OR Circulating & Scrub experience preferred Current experience with inpatient obstetrics preferred
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 17, 2020
Full time
Minimum Requirements: Current Massachusetts RN license required Active AHA BLS required Minimum 2 years’ experience working as a RN required Current experience in M/S or Critical Care required AHA ACLS preferred (Required within 6 months of hire) Evidence of EFM continuing education and NRP required within 6 months of hire. Willingness to cross train to postpartum and well newborn required Recommended Requirements: Experience working in Mother/Baby or Nursery environment preferred OR Circulating & Scrub experience preferred Current experience with inpatient obstetrics preferred
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Full time
Serve as front line receptionist displaying courtesy and professionalism at all times while greeting or interacting with patients, families or other personnel in person or on the telephone. Responsible for obtaining referring physician information. Responsible for the accurate intake of patient demographics: obtaining reimbursable diagnosis/reason for service; verifying insurances for eligibility and obtaining of preauthorization of insurance provider as required. Performs exam specific screening relative to ability to schedule and perform testing; refers to appropriate individual as needed for clarification. Distribute to patients all required notifications and documents. Clear patient for co-pay and/or deductibles. Collect payment in accordance with credit and collection policy. Performs registration function with the patient. Enter the appropriate diagnostic testing orders, demographics and insurance information into Meditech system to facilitate patient care and hospital billing procedures. Prepares pre procedure chart, obtaining pre-procedure patient information as required for cardiac procedures, including but not limited to History and Physical, Labs, and other related cardiac testing results. Ensure that patients flow through the scheduling and registration systems, and schedule appointment as quickly and efficiently as possible while ensuring that all fiscal procedures are followed in a consistent manner. Schedule patient appointments accurately and proactively to maintain full schedules for clinical staff. Obtain all necessary patient consents/signatures. Prepare, maintain and close patient medical records ensuring accuracy and completeness. Maintain written and telephone communications; screen all calls and refer to the appropriate individual. Assist in the collection and preparation of data for departmental reports. Assists in troubleshooting insurance denials and billing discrepancies. Assist with special projects as needed. Cross train to other scheduling/registration areas. Process cancellation and no show appointments and notify ordering physician. Confirms out of area provider information; including full name, address, phone, fax, NPI number and enters information into database upon registration as well as medical record files. Document existence of written directive and verify accuracy of registry information. Enter/Edit requisition information and prints to appropriate printers. Manage patient requests for medical records. (ie: CDs, Life Image, reports, etc.) Faxes reports as necessary. Perform other duties as assigned or requested to maintain the smooth functional operation of the service. It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required. Education/Experience Required: HS Diploma or equivalent Knowledge of medical terminology, (successfully completes hospital skills test), problem-solving techniques, strong interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills, strong keyboarding skills with detail and accuracy (a minimum of 30 wpm) and basic computer skills including word processing. Current (defined as within most recent 12 months),Diagnostic Cardiology/ Imaging knowledge of Cardiology exams One year of clerical experience; including screening patients for exams One year Experience using MEDITECH EMR and Meditech healthcare applications software version 6.0 or higher Demonstrated ability to function independently, follows directives, and operates with minimal supervision. Possess good decision-making skills and demonstrated ability to work under pressure, maintaining a helpful and courteous manner. Demonstrates the ability to Independently performs registration and scheduling functions within one month. Demonstrates the ability to independently perform insurance authorization for ordered testing within one month. Registration/Certification: Graduate of a Medical Assistant/Secretary course equivalent preferred.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Part time
Duties/Responsibilities 1. Responsible for documenting patient trip via Meditech computer program. 2. Responsible for general transport of patients to and from care areas. May also be responsible for assisting patients to/from their vehicle. 3. Responsible for communicating with the patient regarding their pending departure. 4. Responsible for general transport/moving of patients as they go to and from patient care areas. This includes but is not limited to: · Assisting patients in and out of a bed/wheelchair. · Assisting patients on and off of a stretcher. · Assisting staff that need lifting help or help with sliding a patient from stretcher to a care table. 5. Responsible for assisting patients with dressing/undressing as required. 6. Responsible for obtaining a "Ticket to Ride" from the nurse, upon arrival to the patients floor. 7. Responsible for obtaining the nurses signature on the "Ticket to Ride" before departing from the patients floor. 8. Responsible for communicating with patient's R.N. before the patient departs from their room or as they arrive back to their room. 9. Responsible for safely parking the bed/stretcher/wheelchair by utilize the braking system and lowering the patients bed/stretcher before leaving the patient. 10. Responsible for communicating with the patient regarding their arrival in a department. 11. Responsible for communicating with the receiving department and handing off the signed "Ticket to Ride" before departing from that area. 12. When communicating with department must ensure patient is safe to be left; if receiving department not immediately ready for testing or other needs. 13. Responsible for maintaining cleanliness of patient equipment at the conclusion of each patient trip. 14. Responsible for communicating equipment issues to Manager as well as creating a BioMed service request for service of broken equipment. It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required. Experience/Knowledge/skills Required 1. On the job training. 2. Basic computer experience required 3. Previous customer service experience preferred 4. Previous experience in a healthcare environment preferred Education Required 1. High School Diploma or equivalent Registration/Certification 1. American Heart Association CPR/BLS Physical/Environmental Requirements This job requires frequent bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, standing, stooping, walking and lifting over 100 lbs. There will bel need for climbing stairs, lifting in excess of 50 – 100 lbs and sitting. Constant use of hearing, sight and speech. Frequent use of smell and touch. Frequent keyboard and telephone use.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Full time
Project management for all BID Plymouth’s fundraising events, including all stewardship, cultivation, business-related and third-party events. Examples of current events include: annual donor recognition reception, home-hosted cultivation events, golf tournament, business partners’ breakfasts and fair, physician appreciation event, Advisory Board meetings, and hospital tours. Develop and monitor budgets and timelines for all events. Provide leadership, oversight and follow up for all event committee activities and ensure committee members have the resources necessary to be successful. Conduct post-event evaluation and analysis. Work with members of the Philanthropy Team to develop and maintain an annual communications calendar that includes events and scheduled donor correspondence. Develop systems, protocols and best practices to ensure all Philanthropy events are consistently exceptional, high-caliber occasions. Coordinate creation of event-related promotional materials, such as invitations, programs, signs, web content, social media, etc. Select and manage event-related vendor relationships. Communicate with event sponsors, donors, and other event participants. Create event briefings for key participants, including programs, timelines, remarks, and prospect background information. Ensure timely data entry of confidential information, including financial transactions, gift acknowledgments and financial reporting. Provide oversight for third-party events as needed. Assist with processing of confidential gifts. Monitor office supply inventory and place orders as needed. Assist Vice President of Philanthropy with meeting preparation and scheduling. Occasional participation in early morning and evening events. Education/Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years’ professional experience in a fundraising or sales setting. Demonstrated success managing events. Ability to communicate effectively with leadership volunteers and donors. A strategic thinker who is also detail-oriented. Tech-savvy, with a willingness to learn and use new technologies. Proven ability to independently manage multiple projects, act as a collaborative team member, and maintain a sense of humor under pressure. Strong written and verbal communications skills; Strong project/time management skills. High degree of discretion as s/he will regularly work with sensitive, confidential information. Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Raiser’s Edge or other relational database, and event management software. A writing sameple will be required as part of the interview process
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Full time
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Promotes the philosophy, mission, goals and objectives of the institution and the department. Responsible for 24 hour day-to-day operation of the Respiratory Therapy Department. Maintains efficient clinical, financial and patient flow systems and improves same. Responsible for all human resource activities such as hiring, terminations, evaluating and corrective action. Ensures educational/professional staff development and improved knowledge of staff. Ensures the clinical and behavioral competency of staff. Ensures timely data collection, analysis of information and operational response to such information -- including payroll, FTE budget, supply and expense, patient/family satisfaction, and evidence-based clinically effective quality outcome measures. Responsible for annual planning relative to service line and integration with organization's strategic plan. Knowledgeable about day-to-day operations; appropriately delegates and prioritizes. Ensures time schedules result in proper coverage for all shifts. Ensures accreditation and regulatory compliance within the service line, including Joint Commission, DPH, OSHA and FDA. Actively participates in hospital-wide quality improvement process activities. Collaborates with Director to prepare and manage annual operating and capital equipment budgets. In collaboration with Director, formulates, implements, reviews and revises policies, procedures and standards of patient care. Addresses union issues and brings resolution to union grievances Investigates and submits reports on unusual occurrences with necessary follow through. Reviews, investigates and responds to patient complaints. It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required. Experience/Knowledge/Skills Required Five years of respiratory care experience. Two years’ experience in a leadership position. Solid background in planning, organizing and supervising Proven leadership experience, demonstrated problem solver. Recent experience/knowledge of the latest, state-of-the-art respiratory equipment/technology/procedures. Working knowledge of financial reports including operational/capital budgets. Demonstrated skill in identifying, utilizing and scheduling staff. Excellent interpersonal skills and effective communication (oral and written) abilities. Demonstrated ability to handle crisis situations in an effective, prompt, precise and professional manner. Education Required Graduate of an accredited program for Respiratory Care. Bachelor’s Degree; Master's Degree preferred Registration/Certification Current RT license in Massachusetts. National Board Certification in CRTT or RRT AHA BLS Certification AHA ACLS Certification NALS Certification
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Part time
Duties/Responsibilities Cleans, stocks, and readies the department for care of patients. Orders equipment and supplies; maintains par levels of supplies Maintains equipment and prepares for readiness. Performs housekeeping duties as needed (i.e: emptying trash and linen; returning supplies). Performs errands to other areas of the hospital. Transports patients within the department and to in-hospital locations as needed. Performs clinical functions, utilizes sterile technique when necessary, and obtains labs specimens, vital signs, and other tasks as needed. Carries out tasks as directed by physicians, nurse director and nursing staff. Maintenance of the medical records located on the nursing unit. Unit receptionist responsibilities: telephone, visitor assistance, specimen delivery, phone calls, mail distribution. Responsible for the performance of clerical duties on the nursing unit It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required. Experience/Knowledge/Skills Required: Current knowledge of medical terminology -must have taken and successfully completed a Medical Terminology Course within the past 2 years (or be able to pass a medical terminology competency equivalent to final exam of medical terminology course at time of interview). Possesses organizational and planning skills. Demonstrated communication skill, verbal and written Ability to concentrate and prioritize in distracting environment Ability to work at a quick pace with minimal supervision. Must be able to transcribe information & medication orders into Meditech system accurately. Previous Meditech experience preferred. Education Required: High School graduate or equivalency. Knowledge of basic patient care and technical procedures Demonstrated computer skills. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Registration/Certification Required: Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Full time
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This position provides direct patient care in multiple settings (hospital, ED, Nursing home, Outpatient Clinic, etc). Computer operation as relevant to patient analysis, result reporting, patient demographics Procurement of patient specimens for analysis. Inventory record keeping as directed. Bench maintenance as described in Blood-borne Pathogen Standard Manual. Dispensation of patient results. Train new employees. Mobile phlebotomy, nursing home, and sick call on-call as directed. As directed processes specimens that are being sent to reference laboratories. Patient registration, receptionist duties, specimen collection and processing at various laboratory on & offsite drawing stations. It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required. Experience/Knowledge/Skills Required Typing skills of 30 WPM (typing test required at time of interview) Anatomy and Physiology, or graduate from an approved course. Valid Massachusetts car driver's license and insurance. Knowledge of medical terminology (test required at time of interview) Education Required Written and verbal English skills at 12th grade level. Graduate of a Medical Assistant Program/Certified Phlebotomist Program strongly preferred Ability to perform statistical analysis at 12th grade level. Registration/Certification ASCP certification or eligible, must achieve and maintain certification within 6 months of hire. Phlebotomy Certification strongly preferred
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
Part time
Duties/Responsibilities · Performs ultrasound procedures according to policies and procedures. · Assesses and recognizes significance of structures visualized, differentiates normal from abnormal anatomy and extends scope of exam when necessary. · Completes sonographer impression sheets. · Communicates effectively with patients, family members, staff, physicians and medical office personnel. · Maintains department records, schedules appointments, enters charges and maintains files. · Integrates and coordinates the delivery of Ultrasound services with other departments and external customers with a strong focus on customer service and service excellence. · Assure proper equipment function and repair. Reports need for service for malfunctioning equipment to manager. · Demonstrates Ultrasound equipment to staff and visitors as appropriate. · Orients and trains new staff to departmental and Hospital wide policies and procedures. · Supports manager's vision of service excellence as a high priority to all customers maintaining the patient as a primary focus. · Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively with patients, patient's families, staff, physicians and medical office personnel. · Maintains a positive attitude and conducts oneself in a professional manner consistent with Jordan Hospital Core Values. It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required. Education/Experience Required · Clinical rotations in accredited Ultrasound program. Must include abdomen, OB-GYN, limited vascular and small parts. · Ability to work at a quick pace with minimal supervision. · Ability to concentrate, prioritize in multitask setting. · Strong computer skills required. · Graduate of AMA approved Ultrasound program or on the job training with registration. Registration/Certification · ARDMS registration in Abdomen and OB/GYN or new graduates that are able to obtain within 6 months of hire · DVT vascular experience required. RVT a plus · Some OB experience preferred
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth Plymouth, MA
Feb 14, 2020
*TEMPORARY POSITION FOR SUMMER COVERAGE (May/June start - Labor Day)* **Great Opportunity for Nursing School students that have completed a minimum of 2 clinical rotations** MAIN FUNCTION: Responsible for personal care to provide and maintain physical comfort. Work under supervision and delegation of registered nursing staff. Will also include "Sitter" duties. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: High School graduate or equivalency. Current MA Certified Nurse Assistant License, EMT License, or current enrollment in a nursing program with sufficient hours of clinical rotation required. 1-2 years Cert. Nursing Assistant experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills and work pace consistent with working in a busy, acute care unit. Active American Heart Association BLS certification REQUIRED upon hire. As with all job assignments, staff may be floated to areas where they are needed.