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Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 day ago(11/30/2022 7:39 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The Registered Nurse Coordinator is a key member of a multi-disciplinary patient care team, which includes providers, residents, fellows and other clinical support staff.  The RN Coordinator provides direct and indirect professional nursing care for patients seeking care at OHSU for Oncology services including bone marrow/stem cell transplant, cellular therapies, chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatments. S/he assesses patient and family needs, assists in developing a plan of care, implements, educates, and evaluates the care delivered.  The RN Coordinator serves as a key communication link between the patient, his/her family and the care team.  The RN Coordinator is a continuous advocate for patients and their families, ensuring that clinical and business systems are customer service focused.  The RN Coordinator practices in accord with professional standards, core values and with a commitment to service excellence.  The RN Coordinator reports to the Care Management and Coordination Manager in Ambulatory Oncology.   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the American Nurses Association (ANA) Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.   Department Specific Responsibilities   1. The RN Coordinator works with the Providers to ensure that all baseline clinical information, both diagnostic and therapeutic, is gathered together in a systematic fashion prior to the patients visit.  S/he works to ensure that new patients are prepared for the testing, evaluation and potential outcome of the visits ahead of time. 2. The RN Coordinator collaborates with the Nurse Navigators, Team Coordinators, Care Coordinators and Managed Care Coordinators to ensure that all appropriate business-related information is gathered prior to the visit, authorizations have been obtained and pre-registration has taken place. 3. The RN Coordinator collaborates with multiple interdisciplinary teams to ensure timely and accurate care is provided to patients and their families. 4. The RN Coordinator may be called upon to assign tasks to team members after assessing patient needs, staff skills and resources. 5. The RN Coordinator collaborates with other members of the team to ensure that patient flow is expedited during clinical practice sessions. 6. The RN Coordinator ensures that Provider orders that result from the new patient visit are recorded and executed.  S/he also works to ensure that laboratory and other diagnostic findings are available to clinicians in a timely fashion after tests are performed.  S/he tracks the post visit flow information to ensure that plans of care are executed in a timely fashion. 7. The RN Coordinator ensures that when hospitalization is required; those patients and their family members understand prior to admission, what they can expect during the pre-hospitalization, hospital stay and post discharge period.  The RN Coordinator is expected to troubleshoot any problems that patients and their families may encounter in preparing for or during their hospital stay.   General Clinical/Patient Care 1. Identifies the needs of patients through observations of disease symptoms, emotional state, cultural and socioeconomic background and response to medical regimen and treatment.  Uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Incorporates assessment of pain, nutritional and functional need. 2. Triages and responds or refers inquiries appropriately.  Recognizes and reports specific physical and emotional conditions/needs/concerns of the patients to appropriate members of the health care team.  Alerts Providers to unusual observations of patients to facilitate immediate attention e.g. respiratory distress. 3. Plans as appropriate for the needs of patients and uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Collaborates with Providers and other members of the clinical support team in planning for the needs of the patients. 4. Provides individualized nursing care that responds to the needs of patients and demonstrates an understanding of the range of treatment required by patients. 5. Responds to the emotional needs of patients by demonstrating sensitivity to the emotional state of patients.  By developing a therapeutic relationship, the RNC will communicate to patients in an appropriate manner, utilizing assessment and professional problem solving to resolve conflict or barriers experience by the patient.   Refers to appropriate members of the health team indicated. 6. Assesses patient/family learning needs; including barriers to learning and the most effective teaching methods.  Implements patient teaching utilizing all available resources. 7. Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.   Inpatient Clinical Care 1. RN Coordinator will coordinator appointments and order planned admissions and communicate the plan to the inpatient staff to ensure optimal clinical outcomes. 2. RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and the service chief in development of protocol and pathway driven care for most common malignancies treated on the Hem/Onc service as well as key measures of quality of care for the Med Onc Service, including adherence to pathways. 3. RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and Clinical Director to periodically review key quality indicators.  On the basis of these reviews, RN Coordinator will assist the Nursing Manager and the Clinical Director in developing or modifying relevant processes of care to ensure continuous quality improvement.   Outpatient Clinical Care 1. Assesses patient/family status and needs both actual and potential according to established standards 2.  Educates patient/family on chemotherapy and plan of treatment as established by the Physician. 3. Coordinates and implements initiation of treatment plan of care. 4. Monitors, maintains and modifies the plan of care based on patient/family response to interventions. 5. Collaborates with call center staff and triage nurses to triages all patient calls; triages Provider calls and assists with communication when necessary.  Uses standing orders to manage patient care when appropriate triage. 6. Recognizes and effectively responds to emergencies.  Speaks with Providers directly in all emergency situations. 7. Assists with appropriate program placement if needed.  8. Acts as a patient advocate, preserving basic patients and family rights.  Provides support to patients and families. 9. Demonstrates knowledge of practice specific standards of care in actual performance. 10. Clarifies and accurately executes provider orders, per established protocol. 11. Recognizes ethical issues and takes appropriate action in the provision of care. 12. Maintains current knowledge of pharmacology and competency in modes of administration.  13. Collaborates with the support services based on patient and family needs (genetic counseling, social work, nutrition, ect.)
FTE
0.75
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
CHH Oncology Clinic-Care Coordination
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20880
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 day ago(11/30/2022 4:57 PM)
The purpose of this job/position is to function as a member of the Rehabilitation Services patient care team by providing occupational therapy services in the Acute Care setting such as ADL training, energy conservation, splint fabrication for upper extremities, exercise, sensory integrations and perceptual/cognitive training to assist patients in improving their function in work, leisure and self-care.     Treatment also includes patient/family education, and various therapeutic procedures to assist patients in improving function, strength, endurance, mobility and flexibility.   Therapists evaluate each patient referred, establish treatment goals and objectives, develop and implement the treatment plan, and assist in the process of discharge planning and post-hospital placement.  Therapists are expected to supervise therapy interns, assist with other educational research activities conducted by the department or the hospital and meet hospital standards regarding documentation and productivity.                                       
FTE
0.80
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
8A Rehab - Adult Acute Care Rehabiliation Services
Position Category
Rehabilitative
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20878
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 days ago(11/29/2022 8:32 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The PICU is a regional referral center that operates 24/7 for care of critically ill and injured children. The PICU is a 20-bed unit specially equipped to provide care to critically ill or injured pediatric patients from birth to young adulthood, in a family-centered atmosphere. The PICU team cares for children across a vast spectrum of health issues including trauma, surgery, respiratory, cardiac, hematology/oncology and neurologic disorders.  - Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO): this service is provided in collaboration with pediatric perfusion services.  Staff that provide these interventions (ECMO specialists) are selected, educated and competency validated by Pediatric Perfusion.  - CRRT-continuous renal replacement therapy - Hemodialysis (provided by dialysis services) - Peritoneal dialysis - High Frequency ventilation Operative procedures in the unit for patients too unstable to move to the OR, recovery of postoperative cardiac, neurosurgical, general surgery patients who are hemodynamically unstable or who continue to require post-operative ventilator assistance.   The Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM) is a registered nurse (RN) who is responsible for upholding excellence in the provision of nursing care through the implementation of the Profession Practice Model. The ANM, in association with the Nurse Manager, is responsible for the managerial and leadership functions within a patient environment. The ANM functions primarily on evening and nightshift hours to provide operational oversight, consistency and continuity. The ANM partners with the interdisciplinary care team to ensure the delivery of safe, quality patient care and compliance with regulatory standards, and administrative and clinical policies and procedures. The ANM performs managerial activities, and demonstrates effective leadership behaviors including performing evaluations, employee mentoring, coaching, and performance management. The ANM implements quality and safety initiatives, engages in process improvement, ensures adherence to bargaining unit agreements and human resource management. The ANM creates and sustains a patient care environment that supports a safe, knowledgeable, compassionate, productive, and engaged staff.   The ANM’s decisions and actions are based on ethical principles as outlined by the American Nurses Association. The ANM practices in adherence with the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) Nursing Administration: Scope and Standards of Practice for Nurse Administrators, the ANA Code of Ethics, the Oregon State Board Nurse Practice Act, and within the context of the Nurse Executive Competencies developed by the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). The ANM exemplifies the principles of the OHSU Culture of Safety Position Statement by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Position Category
Management/Supervisory
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20712
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 days ago(11/29/2022 3:05 PM)
Clinical and Staff Coordination  - Clinical Template Coordinator: Creates, maintains and edits clinician Epic templates and schedules for 12 providers. Works closely with SHW Leadership and providers to maintain accurate templates. Responsible for ensuring Epic templates/schedules are accurate and reflective of providers’ Outlook calendars. Responsible for staying updated with template maintenance upgrades and processes via OHSU or SHW requirements. - Provider/Staff Schedule Coordinator: Responsible for maintaining and coordinating SHW staff Outlook calendars, Epic templates and monthly staff shift schedules via Excel or Word. Responsible for ensuring meetings and schedule coordination is done accurately and timely. Creates and maintains clinic schedule calendars via Epic as well as internal calendars/schedules. - Meeting Coordinator and Facilitator: Responsible for scheduling all internal and external SHW meetings, meeting locations (in-person or virtual) and catering and equipment reservations (when applicable). Responsible for taking notes and distributing meeting minutes/notes at frequent internal staff meetings or some external meetings such as SHAC or Food Insecurity Task Force. - Timekeeping Coordinator: Responsible for processing, tracking, entering and troubleshooting scheduling/coverage needs or issues with planned or unplanned time-off requests for all SHW employees. Records approved time-off requests in various applications such as Epic, Outlook and team schedules. Acts as SHW’s primary Kronos Timekeeper by performing time corrections, generating Kronos reports, distributing timecards, keeping track of various timekeeping needs, troubleshooting clocking in and out issues for staff, etc. Monitors Kronos and alerts appropriate managers for overtime or inappropriate use of PTO or sick/vacation time.  In partnership with Practice Manager, responsible for understanding and referencing OHSU time-off and timekeeping policies and contracts that impact SHW’s salaried and hourly staff members. Responsible for staying up to date on any Kronos updates or changes in policies.  - Continuing Education, Training and Travel Coordinator: Coordinates, reserves and supports SHW staff in making continuing education, training, conference and travel arrangements for approved CE and other work related trainings. Completes travel reimbursements and expense claims. Tracks CE/Professional Enrichment funds and time-off utilization and responsible for notifying staff and leadership if nearing limits. - General Department Support: In partnership with Practice Manager and/or SHW Leadership, disseminates information to SHW staff as needed and acts as a resource for any departmental concerns. Can independently seek additional information, problem solve and pursue resolutions by using departmental, OHSU and other resources.  Administrative Coordination - General Administrative Support: Provides administrative support to SHW leadership team and staff. Creates and maintains routine spreadsheets for various departmental tracking needs (e.g. CE time off/funds, Epic templates, SHW Staff schedules, LOA log, etc.). Receives and reviews incoming mail and SHW email inbox and requests for information. Organizes and maintains paper and electronic filing systems, including the X-drive. Updates Oracle databases with license certifications. May support SHW management leadership team in various HR operations such as preparing HR forms (PAR, HRE, PD, credentialing intake, etc). Assists SHW team members in creating forms, fliers, and posters and updating SHW’s websites, when needed. Supports SHW’s work with OHSU’s Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) by providing key administrative duties such as taking notes, maintaining participant rosters and other needs as assigned. In partnership with SHW Leadership, develops and revises non-clinical office procedures. - Purchasing Coordination: Responsible for all purchases made via Pcard, Purchase Orders or reimbursements. Reconciles Pcard on a monthly basis. Compiles, maintains, tracks and notifies necessary staff members regarding financial activities including CE funds, department purchases such as patient snacks, and other costs that may arise. Provides original receipts and minute meetings for invoices to be paid, reimbursements and disbursement payments. May assist the Practice Manager, Medical Director or Behavioral Health Director in budget preparation.  May need to help with detailed reports on a monthly, quarterly, semiannual or annual basis. May also support pCard coordination and reconciliation for OHSU’s Food Resource Center. - Wellness and Prevention Programming Assistance: Supports SHW’s Wellness, Integrative Medicine and Suicide Prevention Managers with various projects and tasks as needed. This includes but is not limited to: event and budget tracking, designing and printing fliers, scheduling meetings and events, survey creation, data entry and tracking, ordering supplies and other tasks as they arise.    - Leave of Absence Coordinator: Coordinates and oversees the Leave of Absence (LOA) process between SHW and OHSU academic programs. This includes processing LOA paperwork from various sources, monitoring LOA status in Banner and communicating changes as needed to scheduling staff, communicating with various programs and addressing concerns/issues regarding LOA process with SHW leadership. - Information Technology Contact: Acts as SHW’s primary departmental contact for ITG. Able to troubleshoot computer, software and telephone issues or refer staff to ITG when necessary. Attends monthly ITC meetings and shares information to staff and SHW Leadership as appropriate. Coordinates and completes all technical ordering and repairs. Acts as a resource to help staff with technology troubleshooting needs. Helps maintain and improve X drive. - Data Report Assistance: Helps SHW staff and leadership with various reports as needed (Behavioral Health Termination Letters, LOA and others as they arise). Under the direction of SHW leadership, will  provide data entry, running, reviewing, and cleaning up various reports in order to be able to present data to staff or external stakeholders. Specifically, assists Practice Manager with managing patient termination letters, which includes cleaning up report while also sending paper or MyChart letters to patients. - Facility Coordinator: Responsible for submitting and following-up on work requests and communicating building issues or maintenance needs to appropriate OHSU departments. Patient Care Coordination and Front Desk Reception  - Customer Service: Provides high quality customer service to both external customers (patients) and internal customers (OHSU health care providers and staff) that meets or exceeds the service standards of the health care industry. This duty includes prompt and professional communication efforts, face-to-face customer contact skills, crisis management, technology, standard complaint processing, flexible coverage of internal service needs, and the continuous application of process improvement methods and skills. May assist in providing instruction and support for students during respiratory fit testing. - Arranged Care: Schedules new and established patient appointments for all SHW clinical and wellness services (primary care, behavioral health, compliance, wellness) over the phone, face-to-face or through patient in-basket messages. Obtains prior medical records, if appropriate. Creates a medical record if needed. Provides personal reminders to patients about upcoming appointments. Provides patient care data entry which may include immunization tracking, entering patient demographic information, etc. May obtain and prepare OHSU medical records before scheduled appointments. May obtain and prepare SHW medical records to be sent out when requested. Arranges stretchers, wheelchairs, and interpreters when necessary, and accommodates other special needs whenever possible. - Telecommunications: Triages and documents accurately patient telephone calls including requests for medication refills, complaints, billing questions, general information inquiries, and urgent health care concerns. Delivers such information or requests promptly to the appropriate providers or their designees. Follows internal urgent call systems to effectively manage behavioral health crisis calls. - Patient Care and Student Billing Assistance: In partnership with SHW’s PAS Resource Specialist, provides technical support for patient care billing issues; follows-up with patient to find appropriate resolutions and/or refers patients with billing questions to appropriate OHSU resources. Refers patients to OHSU student accounts/billing if there are questions about medical/dental and university fee questions on their student bill. Other administrative duties as assigned  - Complete other tasks that support SHW Leadership team and general department/clinic operations: These tasks or projects will be assigned as needed by the SHW Practice Manager.  - Training, Competency and Professional Development: Successfully completes all required initial trainings and core competency assessments before or during the trial service period. Completes all required and updated training modules required by SHW and/or OHSU. Maintains core competencies and demonstrates continuous application of these skills throughout the period of employment. Participates in ongoing professional development and competency assessment including, but not limited to, attending educational classes appropriate to job development,  communicating additional training needs to direct supervisor, attending staff meetings, orienting new staff, cross-training for position in assigned or other areas.  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Student Health and Wellness Center
Position Category
Administrative/Office Support
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2022-20848
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/21/2022 5:39 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The Registered Nurse Coordinator is a key member of a multi-disciplinary patient care team, which includes providers, residents, fellows and other clinical support staff.  The RN Coordinator provides direct and indirect professional nursing care for patients seeking care at OHSU for Oncology services including bone marrow/stem cell transplant, cellular therapies, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy treatments. S/he assesses patient and family needs, assists in developing a plan of care, implements, educates, and evaluates the care delivered.  The RN Coordinator serves as a key communication link between the patient, his/her family and the care team.  The RN Coordinator is a continuous advocate for patients and their families, ensuring that clinical and business systems are customer service focused.  The RN Coordinator practices in accord with professional standards, core values and with a commitment to service excellence.  The RN Coordinator reports to the Care Management and Coordination Manager in Ambulatory Oncology. The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the American Nurses Association (ANA) Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture   Department Specific Responsibilities - The RN Coordinator works with the Providers to ensure that all baseline clinical information, both diagnostic and therapeutic, is gathered together in a systematic fashion prior to the patients visit.  S/he works to ensure that new patients are prepared for the testing, evaluation and potential outcome of the visits ahead of time. - The RN Coordinator collaborates with the Nurse Navigators, Team Coordinators, Care Coordinators and Managed Care Coordinators to ensure that all appropriate business-related information is gathered prior to the visit, authorizations have been obtained and pre-registration has taken place. - The RN Coordinator collaborates with multiple interdisciplinary teams to ensure timely and accurate care is provided to patients and their families. (Cellular Therapy program, Intervention Radiology, Apheresis, Research etc.) - The RN Coordinator may be called upon to assign tasks to team members after assessing patient needs, staff skills and resources. - The RN Coordinator collaborates with other members of the team to ensure that patient flow is expedited during clinical practice sessions. - The RN Coordinator ensures that Provider orders that result from the new patient visit are recorded and executed.  S/he also works to ensure that laboratory and other diagnostic findings are available to clinicians in a timely fashion after tests are performed.  S/he tracks the post visit flow information to ensure that plans of care are executed in a timely fashion. - The RN Coordinator ensures that when hospitalization is required; those patients and their family members understand prior to admission, what they can expect during the pre-hospitalization, hospital stay and post discharge period.  The RN Coordinator is expected to troubleshoot any problems that patients and their families may encounter in preparing for or during their hospital stay. General Clinical/Patient Care - Identifies the needs of patients through observations of disease symptoms, emotional state, cultural and socioeconomic background and response to medical regimen and treatment.  Uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Incorporates assessment of pain, nutritional and functional need. - Triages and responds or refers inquiries appropriately.  Recognizes and reports specific physical and emotional conditions/needs/concerns of the patients to appropriate members of the health care team.  Alerts Providers to unusual observations of patients to facilitate immediate attention e.g. respiratory distress. - Plans as appropriate for the needs of patients and uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Collaborates with Providers and other members of the clinical support team in planning for the needs of the patients. - Provides individualized nursing care that responds to the needs of patients and demonstrates an understanding of the range of treatment required by patients. - Responds to the emotional needs of patients by demonstrating sensitivity to the emotional state of patients.  By developing a therapeutic relationship, the RNC will communicate to patients in an appropriate manner, utilizing assessment and professional problem solving to resolve conflict or barriers experience by the patient.   Refers to appropriate members of the health team indicated. - Assesses patient/family learning needs; including barriers to learning and the most effective teaching methods.  Implements patient teaching utilizing all available resources. Inpatient Clinical Care - RN Coordinator will coordinator appointments and order planned admissions and communicate the plan to the inpatient staff to ensure optimal clinical outcomes. - RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and the service chief in development of protocol and pathway driven care for most common malignancies treated on the Hem/Onc service as well as key measures of quality of care for the Med Onc Service, including adherence to pathways. - RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and Clinical Director to periodically review key quality indicators.  On the basis of these reviews, RN Coordinator will assist the Nursing Manager and the Clinical Director in developing or modifying relevant processes of care to ensure continuous quality improvement. Outpatient Clinical Care - Assesses patient/family status and needs both actual and potential according to established standards - Educates patient/family on chemotherapy and plan of treatment as established by the Physician. - Coordinates and implements initiation of treatment plan of care. - Monitors, maintains and modifies the plan of care based on patient/family response to interventions. - Collaborates with call center staff and triage nurses to triages all patient calls; triages Provider calls and assists with communication when necessary.  Uses standing orders to manage patient care when appropriate triage. - Recognizes and effectively responds to emergencies.  Speaks with Providers directly in all emergency situations. - Assists with appropriate program placement if needed.  - Acts as a patient advocate, preserving basic patients and family rights.  Provides support to patients and families. - Demonstrates knowledge of practice specific standards of care in actual performance. - Clarifies and accurately executes provider orders, per established protocol. - Recognizes ethical issues and takes appropriate action in the provision of care. - Maintains current knowledge of pharmacology and competency in modes of administration. - Collaborates with support services based on patient and family needs (genetic counseling, social worker, nutrition, etc.)
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oncology Clinic-Care Coordination
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20019
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/21/2022 5:38 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available     The Registered Nurse Coordinator is a key member of a multi-disciplinary patient care team, which includes providers, residents, fellows and other clinical support staff.  The RN Coordinator provides direct and indirect professional nursing care for patients seeking care at OHSU for Oncology services including bone marrow/stem cell transplant, cellular therapies, chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatments. S/he assesses patient and family needs, assists in developing a plan of care, implements, educates, and evaluates the care delivered.  The RN Coordinator serves as a key communication link between the patient, his/her family and the care team.  The RN Coordinator is a continuous advocate for patients and their families, ensuring that clinical and business systems are customer service focused.  The RN Coordinator practices in accord with professional standards, core values and with a commitment to service excellence.  The RN Coordinator reports to the Care Management and Coordination Manager in Ambulatory Oncology.   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the American Nurses Association (ANA) Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.   Department Specific Responsibilities   1. The RN Coordinator works with the Providers to ensure that all baseline clinical information, both diagnostic and therapeutic, is gathered together in a systematic fashion prior to the patients visit.  S/he works to ensure that new patients are prepared for the testing, evaluation and potential outcome of the visits ahead of time. 2. The RN Coordinator collaborates with the Nurse Navigators, Team Coordinators, Care Coordinators and Managed Care Coordinators to ensure that all appropriate business-related information is gathered prior to the visit, authorizations have been obtained and pre-registration has taken place. 3. The RN Coordinator collaborates with multiple interdisciplinary teams to ensure timely and accurate care is provided to patients and their families. 4. The RN Coordinator may be called upon to assign tasks to team members after assessing patient needs, staff skills and resources. 5. The RN Coordinator collaborates with other members of the team to ensure that patient flow is expedited during clinical practice sessions. 6. The RN Coordinator ensures that Provider orders that result from the new patient visit are recorded and executed.  S/he also works to ensure that laboratory and other diagnostic findings are available to clinicians in a timely fashion after tests are performed.  S/he tracks the post visit flow information to ensure that plans of care are executed in a timely fashion. 7. The RN Coordinator ensures that when hospitalization is required; those patients and their family members understand prior to admission, what they can expect during the pre-hospitalization, hospital stay and post discharge period.  The RN Coordinator is expected to troubleshoot any problems that patients and their families may encounter in preparing for or during their hospital stay.   General Clinical/Patient Care   1. Identifies the needs of patients through observations of disease symptoms, emotional state, cultural and socioeconomic background and response to medical regimen and treatment.  Uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Incorporates assessment of pain, nutritional and functional need. 2. Triages and responds or refers inquiries appropriately.  Recognizes and reports specific physical and emotional conditions/needs/concerns of the patients to appropriate members of the health care team.  Alerts Providers to unusual observations of patients to facilitate immediate attention e.g. respiratory distress. 3. Plans as appropriate for the needs of patients and uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Collaborates with Providers and other members of the clinical support team in planning for the needs of the patients. 4. Provides individualized nursing care that responds to the needs of patients and demonstrates an understanding of the range of treatment required by patients. 5. Responds to the emotional needs of patients by demonstrating sensitivity to the emotional state of patients.  By developing a therapeutic relationship, the RNC will communicate to patients in an appropriate manner, utilizing assessment and professional problem solving to resolve conflict or barriers experience by the patient.   Refers to appropriate members of the health team indicated. 6. Assesses patient/family learning needs; including barriers to learning and the most effective teaching methods.  Implements patient teaching utilizing all available resources.    Inpatient Clinical Care   1. RN Coordinator will coordinator appointments and order planned admissions and communicate the plan to the inpatient staff to ensure optimal clinical outcomes. 2. RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and the service chief in development of protocol and pathway driven care for most common malignancies treated on the Hem/Onc service as well as key measures of quality of care for the Med Onc Service, including adherence to pathways. 3. RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and Clinical Director to periodically review key quality indicators.  On the basis of these reviews, RN Coordinator will assist the Nursing Manager and the Clinical Director in developing or modifying relevant processes of care to ensure continuous quality improvement.   Outpatient Clinical Care   1. Assesses patient/family status and needs both actual and potential according to established standards 2.  Educates patient/family on chemotherapy and plan of treatment as established by the Physician. 3. Coordinates and implements initiation of treatment plan of care. 4. Monitors, maintains and modifies the plan of care based on patient/family response to interventions. 5. Collaborates with call center staff and triage nurses to triages all patient calls; triages Provider calls and assists with communication when necessary.  Uses standing orders to manage patient care when appropriate triage. 6. Recognizes and effectively responds to emergencies.  Speaks with Providers directly in all emergency situations. 7. Assists with appropriate program placement if needed.  8. Acts as a patient advocate, preserving basic patients and family rights.  Provides support to patients and families. 9. Demonstrates knowledge of practice specific standards of care in actual performance. 10. Clarifies and accurately executes provider orders, per established protocol. 11. Recognizes ethical issues and takes appropriate action in the provision of care. 12. Maintains current knowledge of pharmacology and competency in modes of administration.  13. Collaborates with the support services based on patient and family needs (genetic counseling, social work, nutrition, ect.)
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
CHH Oncology Clinic-Care Coordination
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-19772
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/21/2022 3:18 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The Registered Nurse Coordinator is a key member of a multi-disciplinary patient care team, which includes providers, residents, fellows and other clinical support staff.  The Palliative RN Coordinator provides direct and indirect professional nursing care for patients seeking care at OHSU for Oncology services including bone marrow/stem cell transplant, cellular therapies, chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatments. S/he assesses patient and family needs, assists in developing a plan of care, implements, educates, and evaluates the care delivered.  The RN Coordinator serves as a key communication link between the patient, his/her family and the care team.  The RN Coordinator is a continuous advocate for patients and their families, ensuring that clinical and business systems are customer service focused.  The RN Coordinator practices in accord with professional standards, core values and with a commitment to service excellence.  The RN Coordinator reports to the Care Management and Coordination Manager in Ambulatory Oncology.   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the American Nurses Association (ANA) Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.   DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - The RN Coordinator works with the Providers to ensure that all baseline clinical information, both diagnostic and therapeutic, is gathered together in a systematic fashion prior to the patients visit.  S/he works to ensure that new patients are prepared for the testing, evaluation and potential outcome of the visits ahead of time. - The RN Coordinator collaborates with the Nurse Navigators, Team Coordinators, Care Coordinators and Managed Care Coordinators to ensure that all appropriate business-related information is gathered prior to the visit, authorizations have been obtained and pre-registration has taken place. - The RN Coordinator collaborates with multiple interdisciplinary teams to ensure timely and accurate care is provided to patients and their families (Cellular Therapy program, Intervention Radiology, Apheresis, Research etc.) - The RN Coordinator may be called upon to assign tasks to team members after assessing patient needs, staff skills and resources. - The RN Coordinator collaborates with other members of the team to ensure that patient flow is expedited during clinical practice sessions. - The RN Coordinator ensures that Provider orders that result from the new patient visit are recorded and executed.  S/he also works to ensure that laboratory and other diagnostic findings are available to clinicians in a timely fashion after tests are performed.  S/he tracks the post visit flow information to ensure that plans of care are executed in a timely fashion. - The RN Coordinator ensures that when hospitalization is required; those patients and their family members understand prior to admission, what they can expect during the pre-hospitalization, hospital stay and post discharge period.  The RN Coordinator is expected to troubleshoot any problems that patients and their families may encounter in preparing for or during their hospital stay. General Clinical/Patient Care - Identifies the needs of patients through observations of disease symptoms, emotional state, cultural and socioeconomic background and response to medical regimen and treatment.  Uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Incorporates assessment of pain, nutritional and functional need. - Triages and responds or refers inquiries appropriately.  Recognizes and reports specific physical and emotional conditions/needs/concerns of the patients to appropriate members of the health care team.  Alerts Providers to unusual observations of patients to facilitate immediate attention e.g. respiratory distress - Plans as appropriate for the needs of patients and uses knowledge of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process.  Collaborates with Providers and other members of the clinical support team in planning for the needs of the patients. - Provides individualized nursing care that responds to the needs of patients and demonstrates an understanding of the range of treatment required by patients. - Responds to the emotional needs of patients by demonstrating sensitivity to the emotional state of patients.  By developing a therapeutic relationship, the RNC will communicate to patients in an appropriate manner, utilizing assessment and professional problem solving to resolve conflict or barriers experience by the patient.   Refers to appropriate members of the health team indicated. - Assesses patient/family learning needs; including barriers to learning and the most effective teaching methods.  Implements patient teaching utilizing all available resources. Inpatient Clinical Care - RN Coordinator will coordinator appointments and order planned admissions and communicate the plan to the inpatient staff to ensure optimal clinical outcomes. - RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and the service chief in development of protocol and pathway driven care for most common malignancies treated on the Hem/Onc service as well as key measures of quality of care for the Med Onc Service , including adherence to pathways. - RN Coordinator will work with the Nursing Manager and Clinical Director to periodically review key quality indicators.  On the basis of these reviews, RN Coordinator will assist the Nursing Manager and the Clinical Director in developing or modifying relevant processes of care to ensure continuous quality improvement Outpatient Clinical Care - Assesses patient/family status and needs both actual and potential according to established standards. - Educates patient/family on chemotherapy, transplant, cellular therapy and plan of treatment as established by the Care Team. - Coordinates and implements initiation of treatment plan of care. - Monitors, maintains and modifies the plan of care based on patient/family response to interventions. - Collaborates with call center staff and triage nurses to triages all patient calls; triages Provider calls and assists with communication when necessary.  Uses standing orders to manage patient care when appropriate triage. - Recognizes and effectively responds to emergencies.  Speaks with Providers directly in all emergency situations. - Assists with appropriate program placement if needed. - Acts as a patient advocate, preserving basic patients and family rights.  Provides support to patients and families - Demonstrates knowledge of practice specific standards of care in actual performance. - Clarifies and accurately executes provider orders, per established protocol. - Recognizes ethical issues and takes appropriate action in the provision of care - Maintains current knowledge of pharmacology and competency in modes of administration. - Collaborates with support services based on patient and family needs (genetic counseling, social worker, nutrition, etc.)  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oncology Clinic - Care Coordination
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-17124
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/16/2022 10:59 AM)
The Pediatric Emergency Department (PED) is a 10-bed unit that provides a multidisciplinary service for pediatric and young adult patients ages birth through 19 years, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Care in the Pediatric ED encompasses level 1 Trauma entries, acute care for medical and behavioral illness and injuries. In addition, the Pediatric ED provides Observation Care for patients requiring anticipated admissions <24 hours. The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN's care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN's engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture. OHSU cares for acutely and critically ill patients in our Pediatric Emergency Department.  We provide the latest evidence-based care and have a reputation for effective teamwork.  Pediatric Emergency nurses understand the importance of their independent scope of practice and engage in dependent scope of practice decision making with the team.  Pediatric Emergency nurses also provide patient and family-centered care for the full spectrum of illnesses. The OHSU Pediatric Emergency Department provides around-the-clock multidisciplinary services to clients of all ages across the life span.  The department hosts a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center, Triage, acute care and critical care, and a pediatric observation Unit.   Patients arrive to the ED via ambulance, walk-in, through the transfer center (Trauma & PANDA), and via Rapid Response Team. The PED is responsible for assessing patient needs, planning and coordinating interventions and consultations. Procedures and treatments provided in the PED include but are not limited to: placing venous access, portacath access, drawing bloodwork, medication, fluid and blood administration, radiography, extremity splinting and reduction, laceration repair, moderate and deep sedation, ultrasonography, intubation, cardioversion, pediatric sexual assault and abuse exams, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  Patient population and diagnoses vary from minor to critical care and include: abdominal pain, extremity injuries and trauma, possible VP Shunt failure, overdose, seizure, dehydration, heart failure, respiratory distress, acute stroke, acute depression/psychological emergencies, neutropenic fever, sepsis, and other complex medical histories. The PED Team works determine if the patient requires admission or discharge with resources and referrals. The nurse-to-patient ratio is 1:1 or 1:5 based on the patients dynamic stability and acuity.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
OHSU/DCH Pediatric Emergency Department
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20255
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/11/2022 1:36 PM)
- Monitoring/Instrumentation: Polysomnographic Technologists are able to perform PSG, MSLT and MWT recordings on patients ensuring high recording quality with appropriate instrument adjustments and verifications according to laboratory standards. Highly proficient in testing equipment, data acquisition parameters and therapeutic modalities from information obtained from the electronic medical record and laboratory testing orders. Ability to evaluate the clinical presentation associated with sleep and arousal disorders in determining the appropriate protocol to meet patient’s special requirements and determine final testing parameters/procedures. Can perform all calibrations, equipment checks, montage adjustments, and ensure proper function of PSG equipment prior to testing. Documents all encounters accurately within EPIC and other systems according to departmental and OHSU standards. - Electrode Application: High level of proficiency related to electrode placement and application via laboratory standards; measures and accurately applies electrodes in a timely manner, according to the International 10-20 System or laboratory policy. Applies all sensors and monitoring equipment as outlined by AASM guidelines and laboratory policies and procedures. Performs impedance tests and corrects issues with electrode applications prior to starting each study. Able to prepare and start patient studies by a reasonable time according to departmental policies. - Clinical: Strong technical/clinical skills related to creating and modify PSG recording montages to optimize recognized indications, contraindications and potential side effects of treatment modalities. Can perform various types of adult and pediatric procedures for advanced monitoring including but not limited to: parasomnias, seizures, EtCO2, tcpCO2, CPAP, Bilevel, ASV and VAPs. Must possess the ability to monitor and change patients’ position or environment as needed to obtain required sleep/wake data. Strong clinical skills related to pharmacology and understanding the effects medications can present on the polysomnogram. Highly proficient in performing procedures within scope of practice and ordered by physician or nurse practitioner. - Artifact Recognition: Strong technical troubleshooting skills in determining erroneous versus true data collected; assess artifact from physiological signals; differentiate normal variants and artifact from epileptiform or seizure activity; assess oximetry recording for normal and abnormal oxyhemoglobin saturation and differentiate from artifact. Documents, eliminates and/or takes proper measures to monitor various patient and or environmental artifact; devise, document, and execute plan to troubleshoot. - Polysomnographic Record Scoring: Responsible to score at least one (1) of the acquired sleep studies during their shift. Accurately scores pediatric and adult studies during and after data collection, determining sleep/wake stages, as well as scoring clinical events (respiratory, cardiac, limb movements, arousals etc.) within laboratory inter- reliability standards of at least 80%. Accurately scores PSG records in a timely manner per laboratory policies and procedures and meets performance standards. Strong clinical skills with the ability to distinguish sleep disordered breathing as well as clinical recognition of age-specific EEG, EEG arousals and alpha- intrusion to customize the sleep scoring rules to each clinical scenario. Compiles scored data into a report for physician interpretation per laboratory standards. Polysomnographic Data Management includes managing data for all sleep studies, ensures proper transfer of PSG data to server and archive, and maintains patient tracking spreadsheet with the responsibility of no data loss. Responsible to assign priority scoring for PSG records per Laboratory standards. Provides supportive training and oversight for PSG Technician 1 and technician trainees. Able to perform other duties deemed appropriate by Program Administration, Sleep Clinic/Laboratory Mangers and Medical Directors. - Emergent Situations: Ability to differentiate between lethal and non-lethal ECG dysrhythmias. Clinical skills in assessing emergent situations and initiating emergency protocols based on clinical scenario. - Equipment Maintenance: Properly disinfect and sterilize appropriate sensors, probes, transducers and other equipment as outlined in laboratory policies and procedures. Ensure proper inventory of equipment needed to perform PSG. Contacts proper technical support personnel regarding non-functioning equipment as well as assists in arranging for repair or replacement of non-functional equipment. - Supply Maintenance: Responsible for maintaining sleep laboratory supplies by maintaining inventory of stock items and notifying staff of needed repair or replacement. Is responsible for maintaining adequate PSG supplies to perform high-quality data collection.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Sleep Lab
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2021-11478
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/11/2022 1:36 PM)
- Monitoring/Instrumentation: Polysomnographic Technologists are able to perform PSG, MSLT and MWT recordings on patients ensuring high recording quality with appropriate instrument adjustments and verifications according to laboratory standards. Highly proficient in testing equipment, data acquisition parameters and therapeutic modalities from information obtained from the electronic medical record and laboratory testing orders. Ability to evaluate the clinical presentation associated with sleep and arousal disorders in determining the appropriate protocol to meet patient’s special requirements and determine final testing parameters/procedures. Can perform all calibrations, equipment checks, montage adjustments, and ensure proper function of PSG equipment prior to testing. Documents all encounters accurately within EPIC and other systems according to departmental and OHSU standards. - Electrode Application: High level of proficiency related to electrode placement and application via laboratory standards; measures and accurately applies electrodes in a timely manner, according to the International 10-20 System or laboratory policy. Applies all sensors and monitoring equipment as outlined by AASM guidelines and laboratory policies and procedures. Performs impedance tests and corrects issues with electrode applications prior to starting each study. Able to prepare and start patient studies by a reasonable time according to departmental policies. - Clinical: Strong technical/clinical skills related to creating and modify PSG recording montages to optimize recognized indications, contraindications and potential side effects of treatment modalities. Can perform various types of adult and pediatric procedures for advanced monitoring including but not limited to: parasomnias, seizures, EtCO2, tcpCO2, CPAP, Bilevel, ASV and VAPs. Must possess the ability to monitor and change patients’position or environment as needed to obtain required sleep/wake data. Strong clinical skills related to pharmacology and understanding the effects medications can present on the polysomnogram. Highly proficient in performing procedures within scope of practice and ordered by physician or nurse practitioner. - Artifact Recognition: Strong technical troubleshooting skills in determining erroneous versus true data collected; assess artifact from physiological signals; differentiate normal variants and artifact from epileptiform or seizure activity; assess oximetry recording for normal and abnormal oxyhemoglobin saturation and differentiate from artifact. Documents, eliminates and/or takes proper measures to monitor various patient and or environmental artifact; devise, document, and execute plan to troubleshoot. - Polysomnographic Record Scoring: Responsible to score at least one (1) of the acquired sleep studies during their shift. Accurately scores pediatric and adult studies during and after data collection, determining sleep/wake stages, as well as scoring clinical events (respiratory, cardiac, limb movements, arousals etc.) within laboratory inter- reliability standards of at least 80%. Accurately scores PSG records in a timely manner per laboratory policies and procedures and meets performance standards. Strong clinical skills with the ability to distinguish sleep disordered breathing as well as clinical recognition of age-specific EEG, EEG arousals and alpha- intrusion to customize the sleep scoring rules to each clinical scenario. Compiles scored data into a report for physician interpretation per laboratory standards. Polysomnographic Data Management includes managing data for all sleep studies, ensures proper transfer of PSG data to server and archive, and maintains patient tracking spreadsheet with the responsibility of no data loss. Responsible to assign priority scoring for PSG records per Laboratory standards. Provides supportive training and oversight for PSG Technician 1 and technician trainees. Able to perform other duties deemed appropriate by Program Administration, Sleep Clinic/Laboratory Mangers and Medical Directors. - Emergent Situations: Ability to differentiate between lethal and non-lethal ECG dysrhythmias. Clinical skills in assessing emergent situations and initiating emergency protocols based on clinical scenario. - Equipment Maintenance: Properly disinfect and sterilize appropriate sensors, probes, transducers and other equipment as outlined in laboratory policies and procedures. Ensure proper inventory of equipment needed to perform PSG. Contacts proper technical support personnel regarding non-functioning equipment as well as assists in arranging for repair or replacement of non-functional equipment. - Supply Maintenance: Responsible for maintaining sleep laboratory supplies by maintaining inventory of stock items and notifying staff of needed repair or replacement. Is responsible for maintaining adequate PSG supplies to perform high quality data collection.
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
OHSU Health Sleep Lab
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2021-13169
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/11/2022 1:29 PM)
- The purpose of this job/position is to function as a member of the Rehabilitation Services patient care team by providing physical therapy services such as exercise, gait training, patient/family education, and various other physical modalities to assist patients in improving strength, endurance, mobility, and flexibility and to decrease pain.  - Therapists evaluate each patient referred, establish treatment goals and objectives, and to develop and implement the physical therapy treatment plan. - Therapists are expected to supervise therapy interns, assist with other educational research activities conducted by the department or the hospital and meet hospital standards regarding documentation and productivity.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
8A Rehab - Adult Acute Care Rehabiliation Services
Position Category
Rehabilitative
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20136
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/3/2022 12:43 PM)
$5,000 hiring bonus   The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) assists care providers in the care of patients at a medical facility by performing simple procedures and treatments and maintaining a safe, clean, efficiently stocked environment. Work is performed in various locations throughout a medical facility such as examination rooms, emergency rooms, patient rooms and wards, and treatment rooms.   This is the first classification of a two level series. The CNA is differentiated from the second level by years of experience or CNA 2 licensure.   Patient Care. - Assists in admission process by recording patient's name, address, phone number, age, and other personal information - Takes and records vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration rate, and temperature - Makes appointment for patient or refers patient to medical staff for immediate examination or treatment - Records a list of patient's personal property and secures property if appropriate - Transports patient to examination or treatment room with use of wheelchair or gurney or assists patient to walk; assists patient in undressing - Assists physician or nurse with treatment or examination by passing instruments, applying or removing bandages and dressings, holding patient in proper position for x-rays or electrocardiograph, or collecting specimens - Provides basic care such as feeding, grooming, bathing, and ambulating patients who are confined to bed; checks food trays for proper diet; records food and liquid intake and output; gives enemas; administers non-injectable medication under close supervision of physician or nurse; observes and reports changes in patient's conditions - Assists physician and nurse in emergency procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation   Facility Maintenance. - Unlocks doors at start of day - Removes used and un-sterile supplies and instruments from examination or treatment rooms; stocks rooms with sterile supplies and instruments - Washes and sterilizes instruments or sends to central supply for sterilization - Cleans patient rooms, wards, examination rooms, and laboratories by mopping floors, scrubbing counters, sinks, and examination tables with disinfectant; changes linen and makes beds - Troubleshoots equipment for malfunctions; makes minor repairs or refers to repairperson - Takes inventory of supplies, equipment, and instruments; orders supplies or requisitions them through unit superior - Prepares for emergency or special treatments by assembling surgical trays, draping rooms for isolation procedures or setting up room with equipment such as oxygen tanks or cardiac defibrillator   Miscellaneous. - Answers phones and responds to non-medical questions - Files and retrieves patient's records - Runs errands such as delivering specimens to labs, picking up x-rays or lab reports, or picking up medication at pharmacy - Transports equipment such as oxygen tanks to other locations within facility - Assists in postmortem care by bathing and dressing deceased patients and occasionally transports body to morgue - Engraves unit identification on instruments - Assists security personnel in restraining combative patients - Trains new aides
FTE
0.60
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Family Medicine
Position Category
Certified Nursing Assistant
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-15615
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/3/2022 12:43 PM)
$5,000 hiring bonus   The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) assists care providers in the care of patients at a medical facility by performing simple procedures and treatments and maintaining a safe, clean, efficiently stocked environment. Work is performed in various locations throughout a medical facility such as examination rooms, emergency rooms, patient rooms and wards, and treatment rooms.   This is the first classification of a two level series. The CNA is differentiated from the second level by years of experience or CNA 2 licensure.   Patient Care. - Assists in admission process by recording patient's name, address, phone number, age, and other personal information - Takes and records vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration rate, and temperature - Makes appointment for patient or refers patient to medical staff for immediate examination or treatment - Records a list of patient's personal property and secures property if appropriate - Transports patient to examination or treatment room with use of wheelchair or gurney or assists patient to walk; assists patient in undressing - Assists physician or nurse with treatment or examination by passing instruments, applying or removing bandages and dressings, holding patient in proper position for x-rays or electrocardiograph, or collecting specimens - Provides basic care such as feeding, grooming, bathing, and ambulating patients who are confined to bed; checks food trays for proper diet; records food and liquid intake and output; gives enemas; administers non-injectable medication under close supervision of physician or nurse; observes and reports changes in patient's conditions - Assists physician and nurse in emergency procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation   Facility Maintenance. - Unlocks doors at start of day - Removes used and un-sterile supplies and instruments from examination or treatment rooms; stocks rooms with sterile supplies and instruments - Washes and sterilizes instruments or sends to central supply for sterilization - Cleans patient rooms, wards, examination rooms, and laboratories by mopping floors, scrubbing counters, sinks, and examination tables with disinfectant; changes linen and makes beds - Troubleshoots equipment for malfunctions; makes minor repairs or refers to repairperson - Takes inventory of supplies, equipment, and instruments; orders supplies or requisitions them through unit superior - Prepares for emergency or special treatments by assembling surgical trays, draping rooms for isolation procedures or setting up room with equipment such as oxygen tanks or cardiac defibrillator   Miscellaneous. - Answers phones and responds to non-medical questions - Files and retrieves patient's records - Runs errands such as delivering specimens to labs, picking up x-rays or lab reports, or picking up medication at pharmacy - Transports equipment such as oxygen tanks to other locations within facility - Assists in postmortem care by bathing and dressing deceased patients and occasionally transports body to morgue - Engraves unit identification on instruments - Assists security personnel in restraining combative patients - Trains new aides
FTE
0.60
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Family Medicine
Position Category
Certified Nursing Assistant
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-18293
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/3/2022 12:40 PM)
$5,000 hiring bonus   The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) assists care providers in the care of patients at a medical facility by performing simple procedures and treatments and maintaining a safe, clean, efficiently stocked environment. Work is performed in various locations throughout a medical facility such as examination rooms, emergency rooms, patient rooms and wards, and treatment rooms.   This is the first classification of a two level series. The CNA is differentiated from the second level by years of experience or CNA 2 licensure.   Patient Care. Assists in admission process by recording patient's name, address, phone number, age, and other personal information; takes and records vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration rate, and temperature; makes appointment for patient or refers patient to medical staff for immediate examination or treatment; records a list of patient's personal property and secures property if appropriate; transports patient to examination or treatment room with use of wheelchair or gurney or assists patient to walk; assists patient in undressing; assists physician or nurse with treatment or examination by passing instruments, applying or removing bandages and dressings, holding patient in proper position for x-rays or electrocardiograph, or collecting specimens; provides basic care such as feeding, grooming, bathing, and ambulating patients who are confined to bed; checks food trays for proper diet; records food and liquid intake and output; gives enemas; administers non-injectable medication under close supervision of physician or nurse; observes and reports changes in patient's conditions; assists physician and nurse in emergency procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation.   Facility Maintenance. Unlocks doors at start of day; removes used and un-sterile supplies and instruments from examination or treatment rooms; stocks rooms with sterile supplies and instruments; washes and sterilizes instruments or sends to central supply for sterilization; cleans patient rooms, wards, examination rooms, and laboratories by mopping floors, scrubbing counters, sinks, and examination tables with disinfectant; changes linen and makes beds; troubleshoots equipment for malfunctions; makes minor repairs or refers to repairperson; takes inventory of supplies, equipment, and instruments; orders supplies or requisitions them through unit superior; prepares for emergency or special treatments by assembling surgical trays, draping rooms for isolation procedures or setting up room with equipment such as oxygen tanks or cardiac defibrillator.   Miscellaneous. Answers phones and responds to non-medical questions; files and retrieves patient's records; runs errands such as delivering specimens to labs, picking up x-rays or lab reports, or picking up medication at pharmacy; transports equipment such as oxygen tanks to other locations within facility; assists in postmortem care by bathing and dressing deceased patients and occasionally transports body to morgue; engraves unit identification on instruments; assists security personnel in restraining combative patients; trains new aides.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Family Medicine
Position Category
Certified Nursing Assistant
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-16254
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/3/2022 12:40 PM)
$5,000 hiring bonus   The Certified Nursing Assistant assists care providers in the care of patients at a medical facility by performing simple procedures and treatments and maintaining a safe, clean, efficiently stocked environment. Work is performed in various locations throughout a medical facility such as examination rooms, emergency rooms, patient rooms and wards, and treatment rooms.   This is the first classification of a two level series. The Certified Nursing Assistant is differentiated from the second level by years of experience or CNA 2 licensure.   Patient Care. Assists in admission process by recording patient's name, address, phone number, age, and other personal information; takes and records vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration rate, and temperature; makes appointment for patient or refers patient to medical staff for immediate examination or treatment; records a list of patient's personal property and secures property if appropriate; transports patient to examination or treatment room with use of wheelchair or gurney or assists patient to walk; assists patient in undressing; assists physician or nurse with treatment or examination by passing instruments, applying or removing bandages and dressings, holding patient in proper position for x-rays or electrocardiograph, or collecting specimens; provides basic care such as feeding, grooming, bathing, and ambulating patients who are confined to bed; checks food trays for proper diet; records food and liquid intake and output; gives enemas; administers non-injectable medication under close supervision of physician or nurse; observes and reports changes in patient's conditions; assists physician and nurse in emergency procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation.   Facility Maintenance. Unlocks doors at start of day; removes used and un-sterile supplies and instruments from examination or treatment rooms; stocks rooms with sterile supplies and instruments; washes and sterilizes instruments or sends to central supply for sterilization; cleans patient rooms, wards, examination rooms, and laboratories by mopping floors, scrubbing counters, sinks, and examination tables with disinfectant; changes linen and makes beds; troubleshoots equipment for malfunctions; makes minor repairs or refers to repairperson; takes inventory of supplies, equipment, and instruments; orders supplies or requisitions them through unit superior; prepares for emergency or special treatments by assembling surgical trays, draping rooms for isolation procedures or setting up room with equipment such as oxygen tanks or cardiac defibrillator.   Miscellaneous. Answers phones and responds to non-medical questions; files and retrieves patient's records; runs errands such as delivering specimens to labs, picking up x-rays or lab reports, or picking up medication at pharmacy; transports equipment such as oxygen tanks to other locations within facility; assists in postmortem care by bathing and dressing deceased patients and occasionally transports body to morgue; engraves unit identification on instruments; assists security personnel in restraining combative patients; trains new aides.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Family Medicine
Position Category
Certified Nursing Assistant
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-18292
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 month ago(10/18/2022 8:29 PM)
Shift Coordinator - Coordinates shift assignments, patient transports between units or procedural areas, provides/coordinate breaks and meal periods for staff. - Determine staffing requirements and workload assignments for respiratory therapists. - Recruits staffing for upcoming short shifts. - Coordinates staffing incentives with leadership; delivery and pickup of supplies and equipment. - Coordinate requests from internal/external customers for Respiratory Care Services, prioritizes response to requests, and assigns appropriate therapists to requests (transports, evals, emergency responses, etc.) Auditor - Reviews patient medical records to ensure Respiratory Care Services were adequately billed, makes corrections if necessary, records data on charting inaccuracies, reports findings to supervisors. - Perform chart audits and charge reconciliations. Adjusts orders to match prescribed therapy, and discontinues unnecessary orders according to policy.  Patient Transport  - Assures safety of patients on ventilators by accompanying patient to/from ICU  and remaining with patient during testing procedure. - May be part of team transporting critically ill infants, children and adults from the hospitals as primary resource to determine the most effective method of respiratory support and by setting up appropriate equipment and administering respiratory care during transport. Charting - Records type of therapy provided, medication, respiratory and heart rate, breath sounds and patients’ coughing ability. - Results of ongoing assessment of patients on ventilators; records the number and type of therapies administered for each patient. Respiratory Therapy   - Administers ventilatory assistance by means of endotracheal tube - Administers aerosolized medications and instructs patient on proper breathing techniques. - Performs therapeutic functions such as chest physiotherapy and tracheobronchial aspirations. - Administers continuous and intermittent aerosol and humidification therapy. - Instructs patients in the use of incentive spirometry devices and alternate breathing maneuvers to assist them in deep breathing. - Administers oxygen therapy. Patient Monitoring/Testing - Performs advanced life support diagnostic procedures such as measuring exhaled carbon dioxide, performing arterial blood gas analysis, and measuring mean airway pressure on patients in intensive care unit. - Provides technical input to aid medical staff in interpreting the results of diagnostic procedures. - Assesses side effects of patients receiving aerosolized medications. - Discontinues therapy when distress noted and contacts health care provider for further orders. - Regularly performs complete assessment of patients on volume or pressure ventilators. - Monitors patients receiving oxygen therapy, consults with physician, recommends improved therapies if side effects observed. - Patient assessment for the purpose of protocol-driven care for bronchodilation and bronchial hygiene. - Determination of optimal mode, dose, frequency and discontinuance of therapy. - Perform bedside pulmonary function studies; perform airway care on natural and artificial airways. Miscellaneous - Performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the event of patient cardiac arrest or assisting with procedures already started by maintaining adequate airway and ventilation. - Teaches the theory and application of respiratory therapy procedures and equipment to physicians, nurses, other hospital staff, respiratory care students. - Attends departmental staff meetings and in-services. - Decontaminates or discards all respiratory care equipment and supplies used in treating patients in isolation.  
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Respiratory Care Services
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20212
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 months ago(10/6/2022 6:23 PM)
- Provides therapeutic interventions including but not limited to: airway management, therapeutic gases and ventilator management, newborn resuscitation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation. - Performs diagnostic procedures including but not limited to: sampling of arterial blood, bedside spirometry, spontaneous ventilatory parameters, point of care testing. - Therapeutic modalities and communication approached with reference to age-specific needs of the patient, including Doernbecher Children's Hospital Family Centered Care Program. - Demonstrates an understanding of current and all new care modalities and equipment. - Completes all competency testing, required in-services and activities. Takes personal responsibility for maintaining competency for equipment and modalities within the Respiratory Care Practitioner scope of practice. - Seeks assistance in managing workload as needed.  - Recognizes the need for guidance and uses expertise of others when appropriate. - Utilizes appropriate chain-of-command and committee process to effect change. - Charts and charges all services provided per policy.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Respiratory Care Services
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20038
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 months ago(9/30/2022 4:18 PM)
- Demonstrates competency in a leadership role within the care delivery system, as demonstrated by the successful completion of assigned duties and participation in relevant experiences designed to maintain personal growth (such as continuing education activities/classes, conferences with peers in the hospital/community and participation in professional organizations.) Represents Respiratory Care Services on any applicable committees. - Supports financial responsibilities of the department. Makes adjustments to staff scheduling to operate efficiently and meet patient and hospital demand. Evaluates the effectiveness of new products and equipment. Assists in the development of department policies, procedures, and safety initiatives. - Maintains a motivational and supportive working environment for staff through the dissemination of information, inservices, and competency programs that includes any required topics or other pertinent subjects for staff. - Shall be competent in and current with knowledge and skills of Respiratory Care. Adheres to the standards of ethical conduct for the practice of Respiratory Care as adopted by the Oregon Respiratory Care Board. The Manager demonstrates, through clinical interaction with patients, knowledge of growth and developmental needs. Knowledgeable about regulatory standards effecting Respiratory Care Services. - Evaluates the performance of department staff. Identifies issues that require investigation and works toward resolution/appropriate follow-up. When necessary, issues disciplinary action to subordinate personnel. - Monitors quality indicators to identify opportunities for improvement. Collects and compiles Performance Improvement data and uses that data to set performance improvement goals and projects. Organizes the departments Performance Improvement program to comply with OHSU Performance Excellence standards and expectations.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Respiratory Care Services
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-19888
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 months ago(9/22/2022 1:58 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available. Free parking at night!   Come be a part of our world-class healthcare team at OHSU!   If you would like to learn more, please reach out to the hiring manager, Rachel Rose, at rosera@ohsu.edu. She is very personable and would love to talk with you!     The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical Nurse exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Medical ICU
Position Category
Nursing-RN
Requisition ID
2022-18337
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(9/1/2022 3:20 PM)
***New-hires are eligible for hiring & relocation bonuses*** - Provides therapeutic interventions including but not limited to: airway management, therapeutic gases and ventilator management, newborn resuscitation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation. - Performs diagnostic procedures including but not limited to: sampling of arterial blood, bedside spirometry, spontaneous ventilatory parameters, point of care testing. - Therapeutic modalities and communication approached with reference to age specific needs of the patient, including Doernbecher Children's Hospital Family Centered Care Program. - Demonstrates an understanding of current and all new care modalities and equipment. - Completes all competency testing, required in-services and activities. Takes personal responsibility for maintaining competency for equipment and modalities within the Respiratory Care Practitioner scope of practice. - Seeks assistance in managing workload as needed. - Recognizes the need for guidance and uses expertise of others when appropriate. - Utilizes appropriate chain-of-command and committee process to effect change. - Charts and charges all services provided per policy. Current Pediatric Positions Open: - Nights - Full Time: 6
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Respiratory Care Services
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
Requisition ID
2022-15292