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The Advanced Practice Provider (APP) for the Department of Neurological Surgery possesses specialized knowledge and skills in the care of adult patients with neurological disorders. Overall responsibilities include inpatient and outpatient care and clinical support operations for the Department of Neurological Surgery. Works in partnership with faculty physicians to provide excellent clinical care and customer services in furthering OHSU mission of excellence in education, research and scholarship, clinical practice and community service. This position will primarily serve neurosurgery patients at the OHSU Health Hillsboro Hospital site (formerly Tuality Healthcare).
Works in partnership with faculty APPs and physicians to provide excellent clinical care and customer services in furthering OHSU mission of excellence in education, research and scholarship, clinical practice and community service. Provides clinical modeling and education to departmental staff, house staff, and nursing staff.
In the operative and inpatient setting, patient care duties include: Assists with neurosurgical procedures, including craniotomies, spinal procedures (including instrumentations) and microscopic procedures. Conducts hospital rounds daily on all patients, including intensive care units. Writes orders and progress notes. Performs all admission history and physicals and inpatient consultations. Orders appropriate laboratory and radiographic tests, such as MRIs, CT scans, myelograms, bone scans and other radiographic studies.
In the outpatient setting, patient care duties include evaluation of both new patients and follow-ups and the completion of pre-operative assessments; triaging calls, prescription refill management, and care coordination.
This position is primarily Monday to Friday, with scheduled on-call shifts and weekend coverage from home or in the hospital.
The function of the Radiologic Technologist position within the Department of Diagnostic Imaging is to perform all phases of technical diagnostic imaging. Radiologic Technologists operate X-Ray equipment used to capture and develop images for the purpose of medical diagnosis. The Radiologic technologist promotes OHSU’s mission statement by delivering high quality, cost effective, family-oriented service. This position helps to create a collaborative environment by integrating education, research and clinical leadership. Radiologic Technologists work with infant, pediatric, adult and geriatric patients. This position cover areas including General X-Ray, Fluoroscopy, Orthopedics Clinic, Pain Clinic, and the Surgery Operating Rooms at Center For Health and Healing at the South Waterfront area.
Multiple positions and schedules available.
To bill, process adjustments, collect on accounts, and/or perform customer service duties to ensure that monies due University Hospital are secured and paid in a timely manner and the AR outstanding days of revenue are kept to a minimum. Assignment will be flexible depending on payor mix, patient flow, and workload fluctuations. This level is distinguished from the lower level by a higher level of decision making and analysis, as well as broader scope of responsibility.
Principal clinical activity will be providing care in the Uveitis and Clinical Ocular Immunology Division.
We are seeking an OB-GYN physician to serve the efforts of OHSU and CMH in improving the health of all Oregonians.
This position will serve as an OHSU Clinical Associate providing clinical care within the Women’s Center at Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) located in Astoria, Oregon.
OHSU Clinical Associates are fully embedded physician and advanced practice provider members of the OHSU Practice Plan (OPP) who deliver care at OHSU-affiliated settings and devote 100 percent of their time to patient care.
Faculty position in neurodegenerative disease-related neuroimaging
The OHSU Parkinson Center and Movement Disorders group within the Department of Neurology is seeking candidates for an Assistant or Associate Professor position. Applicants must have a MD and/or PhD degree. Successful applicants will have a track record of research employing neuroimaging techniques to study neurodegenerative movement disorders. Potential experience could include structural or functional MRI, PET, SPECT, PET/CT, PET/MRI, SPECT/CT approaches. Experience with clinical and/or translational studies is a plus, as is evidence of the candidate’s ability to run an independent research program, including a strong record of publication and of obtaining extramural funding.
OHSU is a leader in advanced human imaging and the candidate will be expected to work collaboratively with OHSU’s Advanced Imaging Research Center (AIRC) and/or Center for Radiochemistry Research (CRR). The AIRC contains a variety of MR instrumentation, including Siemens 3 Tesla Prisma, Siemens 3 Tesla Tim Trio, Siemens Magnetom 7 Telsa, Bruker-Biospin 8.5 Tesla, and Bruker 11.75 Tesla devices. The CRR has an on-campus cyclotron capable of generating short-lived radionuclides (including: 11C, 13N, 15O, 18F, 89Zr) and dedicated PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MRI capabilities.
Clinical Responsibilities: He/She/They will be scheduled as needed for shift coverage at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon and/or Hillsboro Medical Center (HMC) in Hillsboro, Oregon.
When at St. Charles, he/she/they will provide direct face-to-face patient care on the Neurohospitalist service in coordination with the Neurohospitalist team. Shifts are 12-hours in duration and a combination of week days and weekends.
When at HMC he/she/they will provide direct face-to-face patient care within the General Neurology practice either while on-call or for ambulatory clinics.
Compensation for the position is based on per shift and per session (clinic) rate.
The purpose of this position is to provide the services of a licensed pharmacist which includes the responsibility for the safe and proper distribution and use of medications in inpatients and outpatients who range in age from neonates, infants less than one year of age, children and adolescents ages 10-18, adults ages 19-65 and the elderly over age 65.
This position is to function at higher decision making and accountability levels regarding medication therapy, proactively affecting medication use by making recommendations at the time prescribing decisions are being made or, in some cases, making independent decisions about medication therapy in cooperation with other healthcare team members. Additional services provided include facilitation of medication reconciliation, discharge counseling, and medication delivery through coordination of care from admission to discharge. The pharmacist must possess strong communication skills for patient education and work collaboratively with inpatient and outpatient interdisciplinary teams including but not limited to providers, nurses, case workers, pharmacists, and technicians, as well as, the teaching and precepting component of students, interns and/or residents.
This is a flexible model where the coordination during transitions of care and medication use system for patients are integrated with traditionally centralized functions, such as order entry/verifications and will continue to evolve as part of integrated decentralized patient care practice.
General responsibilities will be to the clinical care of patients, both in hospital (Pre-operative care, ICU, and ward post-operative care) as well as in the outpatient clinics and outpatient care management primarily of the EGS patients but may include trauma and Trauma Surgical ICU patients as well. Opportunities in the operating room will be on a case-by-case basis.
Direct Inpatient Care (Primary Responsibility)– care, follow-up and documentation of assigned patients from admission through discharge, work actively with the EGS surgeons, as well as the hospital/unit/case manager, inpatient pharmacist and coordinator staff to implement discharge plans. Will assist with education of surgical house staff, nursing unit staff, and case managers on service protocols, with the goal of enhancing quality of care and enhancing quality of patient services. Promote and maintain the health of service and excellent care to patients through the use of ancillary services.
Rounds–The APP will also be included in both sign out and daily rounds with the Attending Staff, Residents/Interns, RNs, and case managers.
Direct Outpatient Care- follow-up of EGS patients. Will field telephone calls regarding all EGS patient issues, as needed, address clinical problems, and fill prescriptions. Will follow-up on ordering and checking labs and imaging studies on our patients. Will promote and maintain the health of service for our outpatients through the use of educational materials and counseling of patients and their families.
OR Support(Limited)–Assist in the operating room during for emergency general surgery cases as well as elective surgical cases as needed at The University Hospital. Usually during protected resident education hours and days off/vacations.
Teaching - Provide and/or participate in service orientation and teaching of medical students, interns, residents, APP students, nursing staff, and other support staff on the inpatient and/or outpatient service. Provide/participate in teaching conferences, rounds, clinical in-services and staff educational programs for the outpatient & inpatient service. Maintain repository of service line specific articles, presentations, and clinical care guidelines.
Protocol Development andRevisions - Will lead or assist in ongoing protocol development and implementation in conjunction with faculty physicians and other team members. This may include clinical plans of care and/or protocols for service patients with disease processes/ diagnoses/ procedures; participate with house staff and fellow hospital/unit/coordinator staff in evaluating results of protocols and continually working toward improving effectiveness of it.
Best Practices- Will participate in Morbidity and Mortality conference and EGS Best Practices with the goal to ensure protocol adherence and support the development of QI projects.
Scholarly Activities (research, abstracts, grant supported work, presentations, etc.):
Fosters advances in healthcare by participating in research activities in Emergency General Surgery and Trauma, including but not limited to identifying protocols to improve care delivery; contributing to development of new drugs to effectively treat disease, performing clinical trials using human subjects to determine the effectiveness and effects of pharmaceuticals. Demonstrate success or productivity in the field as evidenced by publication in journals and/or other forms of peer presentations.
Clinical Responsibilities include outpatient care for neurology services at the Hillsboro Medical Clinic location and Tuality Community hospital. No inpatient call coverage needed. This will include EEG reading expertise.
Participate in Departmental activities consistent with this position and with the understanding that this position requires a focus and dedication to Neurology Inpatient and outpatient clinical practice.
The APP will be expected to have a strong commitment to developing the practice into a vibrant clinical and academic operation, which is successful from both a professional and business point of view.
The APP will be involved six half days per week with direct patient care, and the supervision of students and other university learners at the OHSU Family Medicine Scappoose clinic sites, which will include a mix of primary care and urgent care practice. A portion of a work day is provided for administration and scholarly activities. The expected work week for this position will be flexible with rotating Saturdays and some of the weekday hours would be one evening per week and occasional weekend commensurate with shared call schedule.
Will also be expected to participate in continuing education, professional and faculty development, and scholarship as directed by his/her department.
Compensation for the position will include a University base salary and a clinical incentive system based on the success and productivity of the practice, as well as personal initiative.
Provost Office Administrative Leadership
The employee will be responsible for management and oversight of the administrative functions of the Office of the Provost. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Provide direct supervision, assign duties, and oversee the training and professional development of administrative support staff to ensure the administrative needs of the Office of the Provost are met. Presently administrative support staff include: i) Senior Executive Assistant to the Provost and Chief Financial Officer; ii) Administrative Assistant to the Faculty Senate; iii) Office Assistant to RLSB Academic Programs; and iv) Administrative Assistant for the Office of the Provost.
- Serve as a central resource providing advice and support, as needed, for administrative functions across the Schools and units reporting to the Provost to ensure the accuracy, consistency and efficiency of administrative processes.
- The employee is responsible for key contacts and communications to ensure the efficient flow of information to and from the Office of the Provost and the school and units that report to the Provost.
- Serve as the Departmental ITC Contact.
- Serve as Space Coordinator: Collect annual up-to-date organizational data on space and space use that falls under the Office of the Provost and direct reports
The employee will be responsible for executive level support services, including, but not limited to:
- Managing calendar of the executive vice provost and the vice provost for finance and administration; coordinating travel arrangements; and performing financial reconciliation of monthly purchases and travel disbursements. The employee is responsible for responding to inquiries in a timely and accurate manner and managing the calendar’s in a way that appropriately and best meets the needs of all meeting requestors.
- Prepare executive meeting documentation. The employee will work closely with the Executive Vice Provost and other stakeholders to ensure all pertinent presentation materials are gathered, organized, and produced electronically as directed. This may include ensuring the file is distributed appropriately and/or runs on the pertinent AV system where the meeting will be held.
- Coordinate and staff, academic, operational, and executive meetings. The employee will work closely with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the appropriate room scheduling, layout, catering, AV and other details are facilitated in a way to successfully meet the requirements of the meeting/event. High level documentation of the meetings may be needed on a case by case basis.
- Coordinate and create committee appointment letters for IBC, IRB, IACUC, CoIR, OIEC, and WC Radiation Safety.
- Departmental mail and voicemail management. The employee will manage all correspondence in multiple mailboxes and is responsible for responding to inquiries in a timely and accurate manner for both internal customers and external inquiries, including routing them to the correct contact and/or providing specific information per their request.
- Works cooperatively and in collaboration with other executive support staff to perform various office duties and projects as assigned.
Department HR Duties
The employee will be responsible for key administrative oversight and support for the HR functions in the Office of the Provost. This includes but is not limited to:
- Maintaining confidential Provost Office personnel files, offer letters, etc. in compliance with OHSU record retention policies and procedures.
- Assisting with new employee onboarding: in coordination with Research/Academic HR and Central HR, ensure new hire paperwork is completed (and assist with this as needed), assist new employees with new-hire training (HIPAA, RAU, etc.), help new employees with any challenges that may arise (payroll, timekeeping, etc.).
- Preparing and monitoring HR Justifications and tracking budget impact changes. Employee will work with HR Business Partners and Provost Office Finance Team to coordinate tracking justifications for HR budget impacts and assisting with submitting new hire paperwork within the office.
- Primary and Backup Timekeeper. The employee will interact with the Kronos timekeeping system and ensure staff timekeeping is accurate for the upcoming pay period and submit them to the provost for review and approval.
Employee will be responsible for taking on both administrative and technical leadership and oversight for the following projects and will be responsible for communicating outcomes and deliverables to designated sponsors, committees, or stakeholders.
- Annual Employee Anniversary Ceremony – Employee supervises the organization of the event for ~1,000 employees that ranges from pre/post employee communication, working with HR Representatives on Employee Records, yearly vendor analysis, budget administration and team coordination.
- Annual Faculty Senate Awards Ceremony – Employee supervises the technical aspect of organizing online nomination form and gathering nominee information through the internal bridge site. Annual updates, InfoPath form creation/updates and database development/maintenance required. Communications plans developed and deliverables are then reported through the Faculty Senate Awards Committee.
- Faculty Senate Centralized Nomination Process - Employee supervises the administration of the annual Faculty Senate nomination and election process for new Faculty Senators.
Provides clinical care to Retina and Vitreo-retinal patients of the University Hospital and Clinics, affiliated hospitals and clinics, and approved satellite locations; engaging in public service through consultative activities with non-university groups as approved by Department Chair; providing staffing to residents seeing Retina and Vitreoretinal patients; teaching residents and house staff about vitreoretinal diseases; and performing research relevant to vitreoretinal medicine; providing clinical and/or research supervision for ophthalmology residents and fellows. May include activity in satellite locations.
***New-hires are eligible for a $8,000 hiring bonus***
The Radiologic Technologist’s role is to provide quality images with accuracy and efficiency using optimal skills and knowledge of all equipment. They gather complete documentation of all pertinent information to provide accurate, safe and timely service to the customers. They provide for personal and patient care and safety using professional judgment in accordance with written standards so there is no injury to self or others. Techs should practice professional communication, appearance, conduct, punctuality, attendance and attitude that leads to physician, patient and co-worker respect and confidence. Technologists will be trained in all general radiology exams/areas so that they are able to rotate through the department based on workflow needs.
- Assist in developing and maintaining homegrown C# or VB.NET web applications that supports data management and tracking for clinical trials in compliance with FDA guidelines (FDA CFR 21 part 11).
- In compliance with SCRUM-based methodology and FDA guidelines for research, implement changes to software based on requirements, document changes, and work with reading center team to test against quality requirements.
- Document all software as it relates to functional and technical requirements.
- Work in a team to document both functional and technical requirements for the research software system.
- Work in a team to thoroughly test software against requirements
- Work in a team to find ways to allow staff at several clinical trial sites to more easily upload, manage, track clinical trial data.
- Assist with clinical trial manual of procedures production and maintenance.
- Assist with management of SOPs as needed for the Casey Reading Center.
- Assist CRC staff and customers trouble-shoot issues.
- Research and develop console applications to automate reports by using Windows Server Task Scheduler.
Data Transfer Agreements and Data Exports
- Supports and perform data exports in conjunction with CRC project managers.
The provider will be involved in eight half days with direct patient care, and the supervision of students and other university learners at the Cascades East Family Medicine Center. A half of a work day is provided for administration and a half of a work day is provided for scholarly activities. The expected work week for this position will be flexible with rotating Saturdays and some of the weekday hours would be in the evening. Responsible for:
- Having a strong commitment to developing the practice into a vibrant clinical and academic operation, which is successful from both a professional and business point of view
- Participating in continuing education, professional and faculty development and scholarship
- Working collaboratively with full and part time faculty to maintain an active practice
- Expectations for number of patients seen per half day will be commensurate with that of other faculty and with minimum target numbers of 8-10 visits per half day depending on complexity of the patient population
- Documenting using the electronic health record and maintaining complete and timely patient care documentation consistent with OHSU and Cascade East Family Medicine Center and Sky Lakes Medical Center policies and procedures
- Being available for teaching activities
Compensation for the position will be commensurate with experience and other rural practice sites.
As a Computational Biologist, Entry level, you will be a part of collaborative project teams to understand how individual genetic profiles influence risk of cancer development and progression. Specific projects may include the Healthy Oregon Project (HOP), which is building a healthy population research repository, and understanding the impact of race on the evolution of mutations in cancer patients. Specific tasks include working with wet-lab researchers to refine methods and workflows to meet project needs, raw data processing, mutation calling, and identification of mutation signatures utilizing existing methods. Additional tasks include metadata cleaning and curation, participation in regular team meetings, publications, and grants.
- Data Organization and Management
- Data Analysis
- Technical Writing/Communication
- General CEDAR support
Animal handling of rodents.
Multi-electrode array recordings from the ex-vivo mammalian retina.
Presentation of their research at multi-PI meetings and research conferences.
Data analysis and manuscript preparation.
Planning, executing, and analyzing experiments for structure-function independent research project(s) using biochemical, biophysical approaches, and computational.
Manuscript preparation for individual projects and assisting other lab members with manuscripts as needed.
Assisting the PI and other lab members with grant application (data acquisition, writing assistance, editing) as needed. Preparing fellowship applications.
Traveling to national and international meetings to present on findings.
Helping to mentor and train junior members in the laboratory.
The Histotechnologist will perform various histological lab duties and techniques such as preparing tissue blocks, routine H&E and special staining, coverslipping, making solutions, routine equipment maintenance, processing and embedding tissues from nonhuman primates and other laboratory animal species. The Histotechnolgist will consult with research and pathology staff to perform requests that meet the specific aims of each project, plan experiments independently or under the direction of the core director. The successful applicant will be provided with the necessary training in the operations of the lab, plus advance training in immunohistochemistry (IHC), next generation in-situ hybridization (ISH) and quantitative tissue analysis for IHC and ISH. The position requires general knowledge of universal precautions and willingness to work with Biosafety Level-2 agents and potentially hazardous chemical agents. The successful applicant will also be required to take on some administrative, training and supervisory responsibilities in the lab.