- Work in partnership with faculty physicians and residents to provide excellence in clinical care and customer service.
- Work to assure a smooth transition of patient care and education between inpatient and outpatient care.
- Screening, diagnosis and medical management of orthopedic patients. Pre-procedural preparation and post-procedural care including, but not limited to, traction cast, and splint.
- Staff independent clinics and perform procedures as authorized by the medical board and within the scope specified by the Oregon Medical Board
- Complete timely and accurate documentation in the patient’s Electronic Health Record (EHR) with an awareness of reimbursement issues.
- Communicate with all referring providers and primary care practitioners as needed.
- Participate in inpatient and outpatient education
- Preoperative and post-operative education
- Clarification of the medical plan of care and assisting the team to assure all communication loops are closed
- Providing telephone advice and follow-up phone calls as needed regarding hospitalization and/or clinic visits.
- Ongoing orientation of residents to the hospital and management of pediatric orthopedic patients.
- Participate in teaching conferences, rounds, and the education of medical students, residents, fellows, and nursing staff.
- Through attendance and/or participation at national/regional conferences.
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available
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.
To access the RN Role Description and Department Specific Requirement Addendums go to the TTP Program webpage: https://www.ohsu.edu/nursing-careers/transition-practice-ttp-program
Additional information on participating departments can be found on this webpage.
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available
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.
As a Clinical Research Assistant 2, you will be heavily involved in phone/virtual and in-person behavioral and cognitive assessment and MRI scanning of an established cohort of adolescent study participants as part of the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study. You will assist with administrative-related tasks for the project, including scheduling of participant visits, data entry and export, and other general office duties in support of the goals of the study.
You may also assist with the enrollment and data collection for a new ABCD substudy, which aims to understand long-term symptoms and promote recovery from COVID-19 in ABCD participants. Specific duties include:
- Telephone scheduling and follow-up and virtual assessment of study participants
- Assist with in-person study visits, including mental health, cognitive, and behavioral assessment and the acquisition of structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data
- Assist with administrative-related tasks for the project, including database management, data entry and export, and other general office duties in support of the goals of the study
Evening and weekend availability requireed, and we are particularly interested in individuals who are willing to make a 2-year time commitment to working in the study.
The Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a faculty member credentialed and privileged to serve as a Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) with an appointment in the Division of Hospital Medicine, in the Healthcare Department of PeriOperative Medicine. The APP practices in accordance with the respective bylaws of OHSU Hospital and the OHSU Practice Plan. The APP delivers preventive and primary healthcare services to individuals; provides advanced education to students, peers and others; and, contributes to new knowledge and/or technology by conducting or participating in research.
Perform preoperative risk assessment on pre surgical patients by obtaining an H and P and ordering appropriate diagnostic studies and laboratory tests. Collaborate with other members of the team regarding pre-op instructions, medication management, and patient education. Function independently but also work in close collaboration with providers from other departments (cardiology, anesthesiology, internal medicine, etc.) to coordinate medical optimization of the patient prior to surgery. This includes but is not limited to following up on lab tests, cardiac testing, referrals to other specialties and documenting plan of care in EMR. Communicate with the surgical team (surgeons, surgery schedulers) when necessary to share concerns about patient readiness for scheduled surgeries. Ensure timely, focused documentation and communication with the referring surgeon, PCP and anesthesiologist when appropriate to ensure quality patient care are expected. Review the patient’s history, via patient’s verbal report and the review of previous medical records from internal and external sources, and perform a complete physical exam on each patient. Provide consistent patient education about good preparation for surgery. Documentation in the EMR of the clinical assessment will be executed according to documentation standards for licensed providers at OHSU. Chart documentation will be accurate and timely. Perform peer reviews on a yearly basis including peer chart audits according to the audit program in PMC. The PMC medical director will review peer chart audits and provide the APPs with feedback about documentation completeness. Charts will be forwarded to coding professionals for billing. All encounters will be closed by the end of the work day and submitted for billing within 24 hours of each patient encounter.
PMC APPs are responsible for reviewing and signing off on the documentation and medication/allergy review of all medical assistant staff. The APP may be assigned to cover for the Nurse Manager during vacations and/or extended illness.
- Under general supervision, performs research experiments and analyzes results for projects within the lab.
- Contributes to the development of experimental procedures and standard operating procedures within the lab.
- Maintains an accurate lab notebook.
- Maintains lab equipment and supplies.
- Other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
This position may work with radioactive materials, recombinant viruses, and small animals such as mice and rats. Personal protective equipment must be worn as required (gloves, mask/respirator, eyewear, lab coat, etc.).
This Research Assistant (RA) position is a 0.8 FTE position to manage the study set up and authorization, recruitment, data collection, and data management of a small pilot study investigating the use of ketamine for suicidality in adolescents. The RA will be involved in finalizing the obtaining FDA approval, IRB submission, developing and managing the processes of recruitment, data collection, data entry and follow-up of patients in the study. The RA will also help prepare a proposal for grant funding beyond the one-year pilot. Duties of the position include:
- Recruit and screen patients in the Emergency Department and pediatric hospital for participation in pilot study of ketamine treatment for suicidality in adolescents.
- Assist with administration of questionnaires assessing different domains of mental health symptoms at prior to, during, and after ketamine treatment.
- Assist with all administrative-related tasks for the project, including coordinating with partner site in Vancouver BC, setting up RedCap database, database management, data entry, and other general office duties in support of the goals of the study.
- Assist with coordination of FDA approval and the IRB process.
- Assist with proposal development for grant funding.
This position is 100% grant funded and salary is limited to the lower range of this research classification.
The Practice Manager supervises and coordinates activities of the OHSU/Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) Cardiology clinic located in Astoria on the beautiful Oregon coast. This position is responsible for the administrative oversight and supervision of all clinical and administrative staff in the cardiology clinic to enhance quality of care for the clinics’ customers. The Practice Manager is also responsible for the clinical daily operations including room assignments, inventory, MA management, patient flow and process improvement, recruitment, orientation and ongoing supervision of medical assistants and clinic staff. Also ensures that all medical assistant staff is current with expected clinical practice standards, including annual competency trainings.
This position will work closely with the clinic staff, CMH Administration and physicians to improve patient experience, adhere to regulatory standards, and lead process improvement initiatives. This position will serve as the main point of contact for patient service issues. This key practice leadership position helps develop the clinical programs, assuring quality care for patients.
Evening and weekend work is required as needed to support the mission and goals of the program.
- Research fellows are strongly supported in their professional development by a mentoring team that provides guidance on career trajectory.
- Duties will include animal and bench experiments, data analysis, and writing and presenting the results.
- Salary and rank are commensurate with education, skills, and experience.
- OHSU community and the Oregon community at large, seek to foster an environment free of discrimination, harassment and inequity for employees, students, patients and visitors. We value equity, respect for all, access, inclusion and integrity.
This position provides the unique opportunity to gain hands on experience in a variety of techniques and research approaches, and would be an ideal opportunity for ambitious candidates interested in a career in science or medicine. Benefits of this position include abundant guidance and education from the PI, lab manager, and lab members; opportunity for collaboration with other groups; and opportunity for growth within the lab and potential ownership of independent scientific projects (dependent on candidate interest and motivation). Duties of the position include:
- Perform cell culture work, sequencing and molecular biology assays
- Perform in vivo experiments in mouse models, and assist with murine colony management
- Assist other lab members as required by their experimental designs
- Responsible for timely and accurate data recording, and analysis
- Communicate clearly and interact with lab members, lab manager, and PI
1. Distance services coordination
a. Provide strategic direction and development of CAP infrastructure, individual and systems advocacy services, and partnership development and service coordination across OHSU campuses and other worksites outside of the Portland Hill and Waterfront locations.
b. Develop training programs and provide technical assistance to CAP
community-based advocacy partners (Call to Safety, Shelter from
the Storm, Community Works, Sable House, and Marta’s House)
and CAP volunteers to ensure coordination of distance services and
reduce barriers to access to distance service for OHSU members.
c. Conduct site visits, training, and provide direct services (in person
and teleservices) at non-Portland Hill and Waterfront locations.
d. Incorporate needs assessment/climate survey/and other CAP
or OHSU data, best practices in advocacy services, multidisciplinary
collaborative approaches, program management,
culturally competent, and relevant services in the development
of customized advocacy services across CAP service delivery
e. Proactively identify, vet, refine, and share resources and
materials specific to OHSU member locations across Oregon
and Southern Washington to improve multidisciplinary
collaborations and meet survivor needs.
2. Volunteer program coordination
a. Plan and implement volunteer recruitment including tabling, advertisements, communications, and meetings.
b. Conduct volunteer screening, reference checks, and interviews.
c. Maintain volunteer records and ensure up to date.
d. Develop volunteer coordinating system to support business and
after-hours crisis response and advocacy support network across all
OHSU campus locations, including working with community and
campus partners to facilitate program development and
e. Schedule volunteers and work with CAP Director to coordinate
staffing, back-up, and on-call systems to ensure CAP can provide a
f. Coordinate and manage a large team of volunteers across 5 OHSU
campus locations to ensure quality services 24-hours a day 365 days
g. Maintain and update volunteer onboarding procedures and handbook
h. Provide on-going support and assistance to volunteers through one
on one or team meetings, conversations, or correspondence.
i. Plan/coordinate, co-develop, and co-facilitate CAP specific training
for volunteer victim advocates, including any CAP retreats or
3. Under the guidance of the CAP Director, provide victim advocacy services,
which may include:
a. Providing crisis intervention, advocacy, and case management,
including developing appropriate safety plans with clients, to
address the variability of victims’ needs;
b. Assisting with the filing of victim compensation forms;
c. Upon request and with permission, accompanying victims as a
i. Throughout all stages of the university’s investigation and discipline proceedings;
ii. When giving reports to or meeting with University Police, local law enforcement, the Title IX Coordinator, and any other University administrator;
iii. When going to medical/counseling appointments and treatments (including medical-forensic evidentiary examinations by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner);
iv. When going to legal appointments and hearings in court or with legal representatives, including assistance with obtaining a restraining or other protective order;
v. When going to meetings and appointments with University personnel, including the Title IX Coordinator, regarding Interim Remedies (e.g., academic, employment, and housing).
d. Assisting victims, with their permission:
i. In seeking reasonable and available interim/supportive measures from the University, even where the victim has elected not to file a Complaint;
ii. With other related reasonable and available on and off-campus services, resources, and emergency financial supports that ensure their well-being and safety.
4. Outreach and communications
a. Assist with the monitoring and response to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com emails, communications with other departments and key stakeholders, resource development, and updating of CAP websites, training, and or other written and or online materials.
b. Designing and maintaining forms, as well as the creation and distribution of marketing materials and outreach tools.
c. Assist with compilation, editing, and distribution of publications and written materials, collaborate with CAP team members to guide the design, content, tone, cultural & language appropriateness, and professional standards of these publications.
d. Data collection, reporting, and analysis in compliance with deadlines, contracts, and agreements. Using data to analyze trends, survivor needs, CAP responsiveness, and opportunities for service improvements.
e. Assist with quarterly and annual reports, grant writing, and other strategic communications.
f. Work with CAP team to identify new publication needs and manage consultants/contract staff related to the development of these publications.
g. Represent CAP at meetings, conferences, and events as needed.
h. Deliver oral presentations to diverse professionals and audiences, including workshops and presentations.
e. Other duties as assigned
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC) at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) needs a proactive, motivated, and forward-thinking Management Analyst 2 (MA2) who would plan, organize, and conduct management studies of inter-departmental programs, organizational and staffing structures, budgetary, operational or other multi-disciplinary administrative systems that support the Center’s sponsored activities and provide technical assistance and advice on program planning and fiscal and/or human resource management.
The MA2 will operate as a member of ONPRC Information Systems to make recommendations for and assist in the implementation of new techniques or procedures to improve methods of operations, strengthen controls, and effectively use resources within the changing landscape of research at ONPRC.
The ideal candidate has strong analytical, effective oral and written communication, and relationship-building skills. The candidate must demonstrate ability to navigate and coordinate between layers of institutional hierarchy and overlapping organizational structures, where responsibilities and authority are often shared between several entities.
The Clinical Research Manager is responsible for overseeing the operations of the OHSU Doernbecher Pediatric Hematology Oncology (PHO) clinical research program, in alignment with the Department of Pediatrics and the Knight Cancer Institute. PHO treats about 150 newly diagnosed cancer patients each year, and at least 20% are enrolled on complex clinical trials at diagnosis. Patients who relapse often enroll onto early phase clinical trials.
In this position, 70% effort will be devoted to Clinical Research Manager and 30% to standard ongoing Clinical Research Associate responsibilities. Note: if this position was to be hired at a .70 FTE then there would be no standard ongoing Clinical Research Associate responsiblitites.
PHO is a member of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG), a cooperative group overseen by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), as well as several smaller consortia, including TACL (Treatment Advances in Childhood Leukemia and Lymphoma) and the Pediatric Pacific Neuro-Oncology Consortium (PNOC). PHO also participates in industry sponsored and investigator-initiated clinical research. The PHO research group works closely with the OHSU Investigational Pharmacy and the PHO physicians and nursing staff. Responsibilities for this role include personnel management of employees in the PHO clinical research organization and collaboration with the OHSU Sponsored Agreement Team (SAT) Clinical Trials Office. This role also facilitates program development in collaboration with the PHO Division Head and research staff. In support of these activities, the Clinical Research Manager is involved in continual process improvement to further the efficiency and effectiveness of the clinical research organization. The Clinical Research Manager serves as a liaison between investigators and industry partners as well as other stakeholders within the institution. The Clinical Research Manager will align with the clinical research managers of the Knight Cancer Institute and will receive mentorship from that group as needed.
This position is responsible for overseeing regulatory components of oncology clinical research studies in support of the mission of the Division of Pediatric Hematology Oncology and the Knight Cancer Institute. The position also has ownership of regulatory tasks that must be completed over the lifetime of the oncology clinical research studies they support, including the processing of protocol amendments, investigator brochures, consent form updates, and applications for continuing approvals.
The successful candidate will have and maintain a working knowledge of FDA, DHHS and other agency guidelines that govern clinical research. Strong organizational, interpersonal and writing skills are required. Ability to clearly organize and/or adapt to multiple priorities and tight deadlines at one time is necessary. Attention to detail, strong understanding of the scientific method, project management, customer service, and critical judgment skills are essential. Requires general supervision; innovation and problem solving required; facilitates the conduct of clinical research studies with good understanding and communication of study protocol requirements; above average time management skills.
The Audiology Technician provides quality support to the Department of Otolaryngology in order to ensure a positive atmosphere for patient care, smooth flow of clinic, timely registration and scheduling of patients.
This position will directly support and assist the Audiology division which includes supporting over 10 audiologists, a high volume of patients seen daily, and provides care to medically complex patients. The Audiology Technician will provide assistance to the Hearing Aid and Cochlear audiologists by providing hands on patient education, responding to patient emails, performing hearing aid cleaning and repairs, being available to assist walk-in patients or urgent hearing aid visits requiring problem-solving either in person, over the phone or email, and providing physical support during pediatric audiology exams. Also responsible for ordering all hearing aids and related equipment for patients as directed by audiologists. This position is also responsible for ensuring all equipment has arrived and is appropriately working prior to patient’s audiology appointments and/or surgery.
The Audiology Tech also responds to questions regarding insurance coverage, copayment requirements, and general clinic information. Will conduct patient intake including verification of eligibility, benefits, and authorization for Hearing Aid services, entering and updating online authorizations into EARL.
- Performs testing in all sections of the Core Laboratory with accuracy, speed, and efficiency, using Erytra, Sysmex XN 9000, ABL, Siemens Vista 1500 and Centaur, Stago instrumentation, and Iris. Follows written procedures and policies.
- Prepares samples for testing. Determines acceptability of specimens and results. Repeats analysis as necessary to insure accuracy. Reports test results via computer and telephone.
- Performs all computer functions using Beaker, HCLL and EPIC software.
- Answers telephone requests for laboratory information.
- Calibrates, maintains and troubleshoots laboratory instruments and procedures.
- Trains new employees, students and residents.
- Performs and evaluates quality control data to determine functionality of instruments and procedures.
- Other Duties
- Assists with miscellaneous technical administrative functions to support daily laboratory activities.
- Performs inventory of reagents and supplies.
- Reviews critical, summary and outstanding lists.
- Performs projects assigned by lead worker, technical coordinator or lab manager.
- Completes competency training, annual review of policy and procedure manuals, and safety review. Attends and participates in staff meetings and training sessions.
- Performs requirements for Staff Members as outlined in Compliance Roles and Responsibilities in OHSU Hospitals and Clinics and understands and complies with the Code of Conduct, OHSU and departmental policies and procedures, and other applicable procedures, rules and regulations.
- Communicates and works effectively as part of a team, and interacts with a variety of clients including doctors, nurses, laboratory staff and patients, maintaining a customer service focus at all times.
- Carries out job responsibilities ethically, professionally, and with personal integrity, and functions as part of the team exhibiting excellent communication, teamwork and customer service skills.
- Attends and participates in staff meetings and training sessions.
The individual employed in this position provides support to the necessary laboratory analyses to transfuse patients safely, maintain and monitor the blood product inventory, document all transactions relating to blood product movement and use, monitor and maintain testing and blood product storage equipment, prepare blood components, choose appropriate blood products for patient hemotherapy and ensure that hospital and clinic are aware that products are available when the necessary lab work/processing are completed. The person in this position is authorized to perform some testing in Transfusion services. Specimen processing and test performance is done independently and after appropriate training. Review of results is required in the case of unusual/complex results, procedural problems, or when dictated by policy or procedure. This position fulfills responsibility to the organization by adhering to all OHSU policies, and by performance that promotes teamwork, excellent communication and the service excellence philosophy.
Laboratory Technical Assistant Bench Duties
- Assist with routine lab testing by accessioning specimens, reviewing patient’s previous record, and setting up and initiating runs on the instrument, under direction of the medical technologist.
- Enter blood products into the OHSU LIS Transfusion Service inventory system upon arrival. Recognize appropriate and inappropriate shipping conditions and take prescribed action. Remove and label segments from red cell products accurately for confirmation testing. Store products in correct temperature environment once entered into the computer. Reconcile product inventory daily if assigned.
- Assist with maintaining and managing an adequate inventory of perishable blood products and ensure that excessive wastage does not occur. Monitor products stored in surgical refrigerators.
- Receive phone calls and product orders. Document verbal orders. Assist with triage of requests, and alert technologist of any unusual orders or situations.
- Assist with product preparation by thawing plasma and cryoprecipitate, dividing units, and preparing aliquots. Label products correctly
- Choose appropriate blood products for patients based on urgency of need, available inventory, lab results, and therapeutic requirements. Consult with Medical Technologist as necessary
- Issue and return blood products according to SOP and documenting in computer system. Respond appropriately to alerts.
- Order products from Red Cross, with guidance from medical technologist.
- Document transactions involving blood products correctly and legibly.
- Follow established policy and procedure
Quality Control/Assessment Activities
- Document proper temperature and appearance of blood products during storage and while in transit.
- Participate in Quality Assurance activities and Proficiency Testing as assigned.
- Calibrate equipment as assigned.
- Organize, check for accuracy, and report blood product usage statistics as assigned.
- Participate in departmental Quality Monitoring/Improvement processes. Recognize and document variations.
- Promote excellent teamwork and customer service. Answer telephone queries correctly, courteously, and promptly; refer questions when appropriate.
- Adhere to attendance policy: report to department on time at scheduled beginning of shift, do not leave before scheduled end of shift without first checking with Coordinator or Manager; remain in area; clock in and out on Transfusion Service phone.
- Attend and participate in staff meetings and training.
- Complete other duties and projects assigned by the Manager, Coordinator, or Medical Director.
- Performs inventory and orders and stores supplies, according to established procedures.
- Answers the telephone and triages calls in a timely, courteous and appropriate manner.
- Performs requirements for Staff Members as outlined in Compliance Roles and Responsibilities in OHSU Hospitals and Clinics and understands and complies with the Code of Conduct, OHSU and departmental policies and procedures, and other applicable procedures, rules, and regulations.
- Communicates and works effectively as part of a team, and interacts with a variety of clients, including, doctors, nurses, laboratory staff and patients, maintaining a customer service focus at all times.
- Carries out job responsibilities ethically, professionally, and with personal integrity, and functions as part of the team exhibiting excellent communication, teamwork and customer service skills.
- Takes call, and works weekends and holidays and variable shifts commensurate with the needs of the lab.
- Does not use Internet on OHSU workstations for other than work-related business during work hours
Perform routine lab testing; accurately record results and interpretations by computer entry and/or legibly in writing.
- Use lab instruments, supplies and equipment responsibly and according to lab and manufacturer's guidelines and Transfusion Service procedures.
- Perform complex serologic testing to resolve problems encountered in routine testing, accurately record results and interpretations. Obtain consult to resolve issues.
- Recognize incorrect or unusual blood product orders and take steps to modify the order after consult with patient physician or Transfusion Service medical staff or resident.
- Maintain and manage an adequate inventory of perishable blood products and ensure that excessive wastage does not occur.
- Choose appropriate blood products for patients based on urgency of need, available inventory, lab results, and therapeutic requirements.
- Prepare blood components; document preparation, and label correctly.
- Sign in blood products received from Red Cross with appropriate documentation. Issue and receive blood products to and from patient care areas.
- Document transactions involving blood products correctly and legibly, i.e., receive/issue documentation; verbal orders; and orders placed with Red Cross, etc.
- Follow established policies and procedures, but also have knowledge and authority to modify in special situations; bring these to the attention of the Technical Coordinator, Manager, or Medical Director. Seek guidance from or notify the Technical Coordinator, Manager, Medical Director, or Resident, when appropriate.
- Train new personnel and mentor personnel in Transfusion Service procedures and policies while promoting excellent customer service, communication and teamwork.
- Guide, instruct, and evaluate Medical Technician and Medical Laboratory Scientist students.
- Ensure department specific turn-around times are met for tests, products and services.
Quality Control Monitoring, Maintenance and Review
- Perform Quality control, periodic maintenance and Proficiency Testing as assigned.
- Perform and document maintenance of analyzers, blood storage and other equipment. Troubleshoot equipment and interact with vendors, as needed.
- Participate in departmental Quality Monitoring/Improvement processes. Recognize and document variations, errors, and accidents.
- Document proper temperature of blood products in transit from hospital to hospital, and internally at OHSU.
- Inspect blood products for appropriate appearance. Organize, check for accuracy, and report blood product usage statistics as assigned.
- Maintain inventory of supplies and ordering; alert Technical Coordinator or Manager when supplies are low in a timely manner.
- Accurately bill blood products and testing, and record audit trail of product use in compliance with regulatory and accrediting requirements.
Departmental Personnel Duties
- Adhere to Pathology Infection Control Policy. Maintain safety and cleanliness of lab space and instruments. Follow established infection control policies, fire safety, and precautions for blood born pathogens.
- Communicate effectively in a professional manner with co-workers, other hospital medical and nursing staff, and Red Cross Blood Center staff.
- Promote excellent teamwork and customer service for all hospital personnel. Answer telephone queries correctly, courteously, and promptly; refer questions when appropriate.
- Maintain a professional demeanor with customers and fellow staff. Recognize opportunities to improve services and actively participate in suggesting, planning, and monitoring solutions.
- Adhere to attendance policy: report to department on time at scheduled beginning of shift, do not leave before scheduled end of shift without first checking with Technical Coordinator or Manager; remain in area; do not abuse break or meal time allotments; record time worked accurately; clock in and out on Transfusion Service phone.
- Do not use Internet on OHSU workstations for other than work-related business during work hours.
- Attend and participate in staff meetings.
- Participate in training programs.
- In addition to scheduled working hours, this position may require the employee to work weekends, after hours and holidays.
- Monitor fellow employee performance. Provide Manager with peer review feedback, if requested, for annual performance review.
- Complete other duties and special projects assigned by the Technical Coordinator, Manager, or Medical Director.
- Carry out job responsibilities in an ethical, responsible, honest, effective, and professional manner.
***New-hires are eligible for a hiring bonus***
The adult cardiac sonographer works collaboratively with health care providers to provide direct and indirect care to patients undergoing procedures in the Cardiac Non Invasive Services Department and throughout the hospital. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performance of transthoracic echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and transesophageal echocardiograms. Evening and weekend call is mandatory.
The CNA is part of the health care team in locations throughout OHSU. The CNA provides direct or general nursing care to patients from admission through discharge under the direction of a licensed nurse and within the parameters of the state licensing board. The CNA assists the patient, patients' families, nursing staff and other support staff to assure the delivery of quality care in a safe and comfortable environment. The NRM Ancillary Float Pool CNA will work with patients of all ages throughout University Hospital and Doernbecher Children's Hospital.