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Title Certified Nursing Assistant CNA
Categories Certified Nursing Assistant
Salary competitive
Location Sandwich, IL
Job Information

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.  We are seeking CNA’s for our Nursing Home Facility located in Sandwich, IL.

Responsibilities:

  • Documents the patient’s plan of care using identified nursing diagnoses, expected patient outcomes, and selected nursing interventions.
  • Identifies and prioritizes actions based upon patient care requirements.
  • Monitors consistency between patient plan of care and actions of medical staff.
  • Performs interventions according to identified priorities, plan of care, and the facility policies and patient outcome standard.
  • Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic patient environment.
  • Initiates and evaluates patient and/or family education
  • Revises the plan of care according to evaluation, changes in medical plan of care, and effective/ineffective nursing interventions.
  • Document’s patient’s response to nursing and other interventions.
  • Uses clinical judgment in evaluation activities to meet patient care needs of an assigned floor/unit including establishing priorities.
  • Monitors safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
  • Participates in activities to facilitate good interpersonal communications with the chosen facility.

SCHEDULE OPTION ONE: Full-Time & Part-Time 3pm-11:00pm

SCHEDULE OPTION TWO: Full-Time & Part-Time 11pm-7:00am

SCHEDULE OPTION THREE: Part-Time WEEKENDS

 Experienced and New Grad CNA’s are welcome!

Qualified CNA’s please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Physical Therapist
Categories Physical Therapist
Salary Very Competitive
Location Ottawa, IL
Job Information

Physical Therapist (PT)

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking a motivated Physical Therapist for our beautiful  Nursing Home Facility in Ottawa, IL..

Our caring philosophy and commitment:
Our Physical Therapists / PT are the cornerstone to our Nursing Home Facilities for the commitment and  caring of our Residents. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help our Physical Therapists / PT understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. Our strength is not just quality of care, but also our quality of caring. We are interested in employing Physical Therapists / PT who are as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the care and support services they need and deserve.

Educational Requirements:

Master’s degree or a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy

Qualified PT Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpcheealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.


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Title Pharmacy Director
Categories Pharmacist
Salary Very Competitive
Location El Paso, TX
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DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY

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We are seeking an experienced Pharmacy Director for our community hospital in El Paso, TX.

 Job Description :

The Director of Pharmacy will oversee and manage the overall department operations and will assure that necessary manpower and supplies are available to provide quality patient care / service.  The Director is responsible for the development, supervision, coordination and successful completion of all department activities and processes.  The Director is responsible for training and services provided by this position and the department, which must be appropriate to patients of all age groups.  The Director is accountable and responsible for all departmental activities, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor in Pharmacy required
  • Master’s degree in related field or Pharm D. preferred or equivalent experience
  • Current license in Pharmacy with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy
  • Completion of ACPE Provider Accredited IV Training Course (20hr) in Sterile Compounding and Aseptic Technique for the preparation of sterile products
  • Must be able to effectively interact with pharmacy professionals, pharmacy support, Nursing and Medical Staff personnel
  • 5 or more years hospital pharmacy experience preferred ability to take 24 hour responsibility and accountability for reporting departments
  • Strong financial background and demonstrated fiscal responsibility, fluent in English and Spanish communication skills preferred
  • Results oriented individual with a proven track record
  • Proficient knowledge in State and Federal legal requirements as well as USP current requirements

Relocation Assistance Available for ideal candidate

Qualified Candidates please forward your CV to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Maternal Child Nurse Manager
Categories Nurse Manager
Salary Very Competitive
Location Boca Raton, FL
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Nurse Manager Maternal Child Services

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If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking an experienced Nurse Manager for our Maternal Child Services Department  that has a strong L&D background and skill set.

Position Summary:

The clinical Nurse Manager, in collaboration with the Director, assists in managing the patient care unit for administrative and clinical aspects to include organizing, developing, directing & assuring the delivery of cost-effective, quality patient care. Directs & oversees the process which ensures that the patient care is delivered in the accordance with the established hospital, State, Federal and Joint Commission, policies, procedures, regulations, ethics, and standards. Provides education to staff based on theoretical and clinical expertise. Keeps accurate record of staff competencies.

Assists Director with clinical policy review and revision. This position will have twenty-four hour accountability to ensure clinical resource and continuity of patient care. This includes ensuring staffing according to the matrix on a daily basis. In the event that there is a severe shortage on any shift, due to unforeseen needs, the clinical manager will assume a staff assignment as needed. When delivering patient care 1) provides high quality, safe, cost effective, total nursing care to all patients utilizing the nursing process 2) assumes the responsibility for overall coordination and integration of  patient care based on need of the patient and family members 3) directs care according to established standards of safety, risk management, infection control, with the goal being to discharge the patient with an optimum level of care provided 4) utilized evidence-based practice in accordance with professional standards and adheres to the Florida State Nurse Practice Act 5) reviewed orders/test results and documents care delivered accurately and timely in the electronic health record. Will be responsible to oversee Administrative assistant in charging duties and payroll and to assume these duties in the absence of the Administrative assistant. Assists in projects related to clinical process improvement as assigned by Director. Performs and records daily rounding on inpatients to inform process/patient satisfaction improvements.

Qualifications:

Minimum:   AA degree in Nursing

Preferred:    Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Nursing

Other Qualifications: Two years experience in a clinical related specialty; one year supervisory or management experience, working knowledge of Quality Improvement process & Joint Commission standards

Qualified Nurse Managers please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Case Management Nurse Director
Categories Nurse Director
Salary Very Competitive
Location Chicago, IL
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Nurse Director of Case Management

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking an experienced Nurse Director of Case Management for our community hospital in Chicago, IL.  Relocation assistant is available for the right Candidate!

Job Summary:

Assumes primary responsibility for directing the Case Management Department, its processes and functions. Collaborates with allied health professionals to promote and ensure that quality care is provided and outcomes are achieved in a timely and cost-effective manner. Utilizes an interdisciplinary process to assess, plan and provide patient care for specific diagnoses from pre-admission through aftercare. Assists in organizing internal processes and systems to prevent avoidable hospital days . Promotes appropriate post-hospital utilization of resources, adequate education of patient and hospital staff, and decreased incidence of re-admissions.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Registered Nurse with current R.N. license.

2. Certification in an approved Case Management Program preferred but not required

3. Three years of relevant clinical experience required, with a minimum of two years management experience

4. Three years of Utilization Management/Case Management experience, preferably in an acute hospital setting

5. Extensive knowledge in reimbursement methodology and Case Management activities

6. Critical thinking skills, effective written and oral communications skills, strong self-initiative and interpersonal skills

7. Strong Leadership skills

Ideal Candidate:

Our hospital has been serving Chicago’s North Side and surrounding communities providing excellent health care services for over 60 years. We’ve grown to better serve our community to include more than 450 doctors representing 42 medical specialties and more than 800 employees, all committed to providing you with personalized care.

Our hospital is a Joint Commission-accredited facility providing a full range of health care services to meet the needs of our diverse community. Our 236-bed facility includes the state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment options administered by highly trained, compassionate health care professionals.

Our dedication to the health of our community includes outreach programs and support groups coordinated by the Hospital.

Qualified Case Manager Nurse Directors please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information

 

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Title Bookkeeper
Categories Administrative
Salary Very Competitve
Location Sandwich, IL
Job Information

Nursing Home Bookkeeper/Office Manager

We are seeking a Nursing Home Bookkeeper/Business Office Manager with at least two (2) years of LTC/SNF experience to utilize their accounting and administrative functions to offer professional assistance and growth to the Residents within our wonderful Nursing Home Facility.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Excellent exposure to nursing home services a must
  • Medicaid application coordination, completion and submission
  • Medicaid redeterminations/income adjustments
  • Accounts receivable/payable processing, monthly invoicing and collections
  • Pre-screening and verification of benefits (Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance etc) for patient referrals/new admissions
  • Daily census and payor source recording
  • Resident financial file completion and management
  • In-depth knowledge of accounting procedures including accounts payables, accounts receivables, and payroll
  • Excellent knowledge in Medicaid/Medicare billing procedures
  • Handle Trust Fund Account of the residents
  • Help residents to fill out forms for Medicaid. Encouraged family and resident s to apply for Medicare benefits and discussed responsibility when Medicare is exhausted
  • Prepare admission packet for new residents and explain their benefits, financial responsibility to the nursing home and rights as a resident
  • Coordinate with case worker for any questions about Medicaid patients
  • Coordinate with the admission department that all residents should be screened before they are admitted for nursing home services
  • Assist pending residents to apply for Social Security benefits and discussed with other departments the needs of the resident and meet with their families
  • Prepare monthly summary of daily census which include admissions and discharges of Medicaid including self-pay residents
  • Prepare monthly billings for Medicare, Medicaid and self-pay residents
  • Post receivables to the right accounts and prepare monthly report to management
  • Process accounts payable daily and pay vendors on a monthly basis
  • Support government auditors on Medicaid audit by preparing paperwork on Medicare and Medicaid accounts

Qualified Bookkeepers please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

 

 

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Title Director Nursing
Categories Director of Nursing
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information
Nursing Home Director of Nursing Nursing (DON)
If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.
We are seeking a Nursing Home Director of Nursing (DON) for our Nursing Home Facility in Chicago, IL.
OPPORTUNITY:
The Director of Nursing will oversee and support the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care in our Long-Term Care Facility. Will perform  focused interview to identify specific needs. Assess signs and symptoms indicating physiologic and psychological changes in the patient’s condition. Collects, analyzes, and interprets data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses. Conducts the nursing process – assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation – under the scope of the State’s Nurse Practice Act of Registered Nurse licensure.
Educational Requirements:

Currently licensed as RN in the state of Illinois; Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing required.

Position Requirements:

The DON needs to have five years in long-term or acute health care preferred; At least 3 years nursing supervisory experience required.
Qualified DON Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare or call 773-494-93645 for more information.

 

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Title Perioperative Nurse Director
Categories Nurse Director
Salary Very Competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

Nurse Director Perioperative Services

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking a Nurse Director of Perioperative Services for our community Hospital in Chicago, IL.

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Under general direction of the Chief Nursing Officer, the Nurse Director in collaboration with Physician Chair of Surgery leads the perioperative service line. He/She has 24/7 operational responsibility and administrative oversight for OR’s, PACU, PAT, SDC, GI/Endoscopy, Central Sterile Service across both campuses. He/She directs and evaluates the clinical, administrative, and educational activities of personnel on assigned unit for all shifts. Participates in the development of goals, policies, procedures, and budgets for the service line and. Ensures appropriate staffing, supplies, and equipment.   Ensures quality and safe delivery of care to patients in the following age groups:  All ages, Neonate; Infancy; Toddler; Preschool; School age; Adolescent; Adult; Geriatric.

Qualifications:
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Develops goals and plans for service line in relation to the hospital vision and goals. Formulates policies and procedures for the department and secures appropriate approvals for implementation. Ensures efficient work flow, delineation of duties/responsibilities, efficient staffing patterns, appropriate supervision, and effective communication to staff and other departments. Participates in and supports the development of nursing care practice models for improved patient care. Evaluates the quality of patient care provided in collaboration with other members of the QI Committee and medical staff. Recommends and takes action to improve services when necessary. Resolves routine operational problems/issues. Participates in resolving operational concerns. Hires, evaluates, develops, disciplines, and discharges personnel, delegating such matters to supervisory personnel as appropriate. Plans staffing patterns. Assumes duties of subordinate personnel as needed. Communicates clinical, employment, administrative, and Hospital information to staff.  Conducts staff meetings.  Provides in-service training as necessary, and supports the teaching and learning process in the clinical setting.

2. Develops and secures approvals for a coordinated budget in the areas of responsibility.  Monitors expenditures and ensures adherence to approved budget. Evaluates and recommends new equipment, techniques, and supplies. Coordinates equipment purchases, including capital items.

3. Facilitates the design and establishment of appropriate management control procedures for areas of responsibility. Prepares and maintains records, schedules, recurring and special reports, and analyses. Facilitates goal attainment for unit and takes or recommends corrective action as necessary.

4. Participates in planning of new or enhanced programs/services, including clinical, administrative, educational, and physical facilities issues.  Coordinates development of standards and educational programs. Participates on various Medical Centers and hospital counsels/ committees, task forces as appropriate/required.

5. Works collaboratively with members of the departments of anesthesia and surgery in developing policies, processes and procedures which enhance overall quality, efficiency, effectiveness, and satisfaction

IDEAL CANDIDATE
KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

1. The level of knowledge equivalent to that ordinarily acquired through completion of a Master’s Degree in nursing.  Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in Massachusetts.

2. A minimum of five to seven years of progressively more responsible experience in nursing, including at least two years of management experience.

3. Experience working with unions, preferably the MNA, is highly desirable.

Qualified Perioperative  Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Physician Primary Care
Categories Physician
Salary Very Competitive
Location Milwaukee, WI
Job Information

Primary Care Physician/Provider

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.  We are seeking a Primary Care Physician for our Healthcare Facility located in Milwaukee, WI.

JOB PURPOSE AND REPORTING STRUCTURE: Under the direction of Director of Clinics and Provider Relations the primary care physician provides medical services to patients in the Recovery clinic in accordance with agency policies and procedures.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Responsible for providing direct primary care to patients including history taking, physical exam, diagnosis and treatment.

Actively promote the cooperation and coordination of Primary medical, and Specialty Medical care offered to our patients.

Assume quality of care for all patients.

Adheres to the highest standards of medical practice, ethics, and professionalism at all times.

Assist in establishing medical policies, quality improvement procedures, evaluating current practices, policies and procedures.

Recommend changes in all clinical areas, and/or in general areas to improve the patient flow, medical records, billing practices, and appointment practices.

Assist the in designing, implementing and evaluating educational programs for patients and clinical staff.

Responsible for the directing and supervising the clinical staff, as appropriate.

Must become familiar with the Federal and State rules, regulations, and practices in a Community Health Center.

Complete special projects as assigned.

Maintain professional and technical competency and remain current relative to changes in the industry.

Promote affirmative action and equal employment opportunity.

Ensure the completion of all required paperwork, records, documents, etc.

Ensure compliance with all safety and work rules and regulations.  Ensure the maintenance of departmental housekeeping standards.

MARGINAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Attend and actively participate in scheduled internal meetings.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws and regulations. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees and contracted staff; planning, assigning, and directing work; clinical supervision; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  Requires Medical Degree and Board Certification or Board eligibility in family practice, a valid license to practice medicine in the state of Wisconsin.

 Qualified Physician Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Chief Medical Officer
Categories CMO
Salary Very Competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

Chief Medical Officer (CMO)

We are seeking a seasoned and experienced Chief  Medical Officer (CMO) for our community health facility in Milwaukee, WI.

JOB PURPOSE AND REPORTING STRUCTURE:  The Chief Medical Officer is responsible for overall medical services for the health center, including all providers and all clinical staff.  The Chief Medical Officer reports directly to the President.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Includes the following:

  • Provides leadership in the areas of strategic planning, strategy execution and implementation of exceptional health care delivery system of the health center.
  • Develops and approves clinic protocols and standing orders for the health center.
  • Participate in the development of the medical activities budget, including staffing and support plan and equipment needs projection.
  • Provides oversight of the medical staff and monitors of the clinical team according to the ethical principles and policies of the health center.
  • Participates, along with Human Resources, in the hiring and meeting of medical staff and making sure of their credentials.
  • Prepares statements of qualifications for credentialing, job descriptions, and evaluation standards for all clinical associates.
  • Assist in the recruitment of providers, not inclusive to mentoring new clinical hires and recommend separation of clinical staff.
  • Arranges and conducts regular meetings of medical clinic providers.
  • Provides consultations to nurse practitioners and other providers of the clinic as it pertains to managing acute and long-term medical needs of patients as appropriate.

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Medical Doctorate (MD) and Board certification required. Experience in Community health/public health preferred. Three to Six years’ experience in an administrative and leadership capacity strongly preferred.

Qualified CMO Candidates please email forward your CV to Eric Clay at  eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Psychiatrist
Categories Psychiatrist
Salary Very Competitive
Location Milwaukee, WI
Job Information

Psychiatrist   (Behavioral Health Services)

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking a Psychiatrist for our Behavioral Health Services for our community Healthcare Facility in Milwaukee, WI.

 JOB PURPOSE AND REPORTING STRUCTURE: Under the direction of the Medical Director, the psychiatrist performs the highest quality of service to clients, to include OPMHC, CSP etc. in accordance with agency policies and procedures.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Performs psychiatric assessments on all new OPMHC patients.

Prescribes and monitors psychiatric medications

Develops treatment plans on all OPMHC patients

Educates Recovery clinic staff regarding use and side effects of psychiatric medications

Provides ongoing supervision of OPMHC staff surrounding issues of case management and psychotherapy

Provide therapy in OPMHC as needed to meet state standards.

Attend and actively participate in scheduled internal meetings.

Maintain technical competency and remain current in technology and changes in the industry.

Ensure the completion of all required paperwork, records, documents, etc.

MARGINAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Complete special projects as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  Requires a medical degree from an accredited institution and completion of psychiatrist residency program.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:  Requires a medical licensure in state of Wisconsin with specialty in psychiatry and board certification.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Requires the ability to operate a variety of standard business machines, such as a computer and keyboard, typewriter, calculator, FAX, pager, cell phone, and photocopier.

Qualified Psychiatrist please forward your CV to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Restorative Nurse
Categories Licensed Practical Nurse
Location Sandwich, IL
Job Information

Restorative Nurse ( LPN or Registered Nurse)

We are seeking an experienced Restorative Nurse (LPN or RN) for our Nursing Home Facility located in Sandwich, IL.

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

Opportunity:

The Restorative Nurse will support and utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care in our Long-Term Care Facility. Will perform focused interview to identify specific needs. Assess signs and symptoms indicating physiologic and psychological changes in the patient’s condition. Collects, analyzes, and interprets data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses.

Responsibilities:

  • Documents the patient’s plan of care using identified nursing diagnoses, expected patient outcomes, and selected nursing interventions.
  • Identifies and prioritizes actions based upon patient care requirements.
  • Monitors consistency between patient plan of care and actions of medical staff.
  • Performs interventions according to identified priorities, plan of care, and the facility policies and patient outcome standard.
  • Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic patient environment.
  • Initiates and evaluates patient and/or family education
  • Revises the plan of care according to evaluation, changes in medical plan of care, and effective/ineffective nursing interventions.
  • Document’s patient’s response to nursing and other interventions.
  • Uses clinical judgment in evaluation activities to meet patient care needs of an assigned floor/unit including establishing priorities.
  • Monitors safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
  • Participates in activities to facilitate good interpersonal communications with the chosen facility.

Qualified Nurse Candidates please email your resume to Eric Clay at  eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information

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Title Medical Affairs Manager
Categories Medical Staff
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

MEDICAL AFFAIRS STAFF SERVICES MANAGER

We are seeking an experienced  Medical Staff Service Manager for our community hospital in Chicago, IL

JOB SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the Vice President of Medical and Academic Affairs, provides supervisory and administrative services to members of the Medical Staff and Administration.  Overall responsibilities include supervision and evaluation of the performance of Medical Staff Office personnel, including both permanent and temporary employees, the coordination of Medical Staff appointment and reappointment processes, coordination of support of various Hospital committees, and preparation of a wide range of reports.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

  1. High School Diploma / Bachelor’s degree preferred
  2. CPMSM (Certified Professional Medical Services Management, preferred.  CPCS (Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist) also a plus.
  3.      5 to 8 years of progressively responsible experience in medical staffing and physician credentialing.
  4. Working knowledge of Microsoft Applications.  The ability to develop a working knowledge and an understanding of the Medial Staff Line computer system and be able to extract information as requested by various hospital departments for marketing and planning purposes.
  5. Knowledge of medical terminology and ability for medical terminology transcription.
  6. Must have have physician recruitment experience.

Relocation Assistance Available – Possible for ideal candidate

Skills and Certifications Preferred:
CPMSM (Certified Professional Medical Services Management
CPCS (Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist)

Qualified Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Licensed Practical Nurse
Categories Licensed Practical Nurse
Salary $23 to $28 per hour
Location Sandwich, IL
Job Information

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN)

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking  professional Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) or Registered Nurses (RN) to join our Nursing Home Facility located in the Sandwich, IL area.

OPPORTUNITY:

The Nurse will support the Utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care in our Long-Term Care Facility. Will performs focused interview to identify specific needs. Assess signs and symptoms indicating physiologic and psychological changes in the patient’s condition. Collects, analyzes, and interprets data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses.

Responsibilities:

  • Documents the patient’s plan of care using identified nursing diagnoses, expected patient outcomes, and selected nursing interventions.
  • Identifies and prioritizes actions based upon patient care requirements.
  • Monitors consistency between patient plan of care and actions of medical staff.
  • Performs interventions according to identified priorities, plan of care, and the facility policies and patient outcome standard.
  • Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic patient environment.
  • Initiates and evaluates patient and/or family education
  • Revises the plan of care according to evaluation, changes in medical plan of care, and effective/ineffective nursing interventions.
  • Document’s patient’s response to nursing and other interventions.
  • Uses clinical judgment in evaluation activities to meet patient care needs of an assigned floor/unit including establishing priorities.
  • Monitors safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
  • Participates in activities to facilitate good interpersonal communications with the chosen facility.

SCHEDULE OPTION: Full-Time & Part-Time 11pm-7:00am (3rd shift)

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduate of an Accredited Nursing Program with a minimum of an Associate of Science in Nursing or an Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing
  • Nurses License in the State of Illinois
  • New Grads are welcomed

Qualified Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Registered Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Salary Very Competitive
Location Sandwich, IL
Job Information

Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

If working in an environment that fosters developing quality care and time with your patients is what you are seeking in your next opportunity. Consider exploring an opportunity within one of the multi-site locations of this successful health care system.

We are seeking  professional Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) or Registered Nurses (RN) to join our Nursing Home Facility located in the Sandwich, IL area.

OPPORTUNITY:

The Nurse will support the Utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care in our Long-Term Care Facility. Will performs focused interview to identify specific needs. Assess signs and symptoms indicating physiologic and psychological changes in the patient’s condition. Collects, analyzes, and interprets data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses.

Responsibilities:

  • Documents the patient’s plan of care using identified nursing diagnoses, expected patient outcomes, and selected nursing interventions.
  • Identifies and prioritizes actions based upon patient care requirements.
  • Monitors consistency between patient plan of care and actions of medical staff.
  • Performs interventions according to identified priorities, plan of care, and the facility policies and patient outcome standard.
  • Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic patient environment.
  • Initiates and evaluates patient and/or family education
  • Revises the plan of care according to evaluation, changes in medical plan of care, and effective/ineffective nursing interventions.
  • Document’s patient’s response to nursing and other interventions.
  • Uses clinical judgment in evaluation activities to meet patient care needs of an assigned floor/unit including establishing priorities.
  • Monitors safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
  • Participates in activities to facilitate good interpersonal communications with the chosen facility.

SCHEDULE OPTION: Full-Time & Part-Time 11pm-7:00am (3rd shift)

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduate of an Accredited Nursing Program with a minimum of an Associate of Science in Nursing or an Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing
  • Nurses License in the State of Illinois
  • New Grads are welcomed

 

Qualified Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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