Deaconess Health System

345 job(s) at Deaconess Health System

Deaconess Health System Newburgh, IN 47630, USA
Feb 21, 2018
Full-time
As a nurse at The Heart Hospital, you will be a part of a caring, compassionate team, dedicated to exceptional patient care.  The Deaconess Health System provides nursing opportunities for general, advanced practice and specialties throughout our health system that includes six-hospitals and over 40 sites of care.   SUMMARY OF THE JOB The Registered Nurse provides direct patient care; demonstrates the knowledge, critical thinking and judgement of and integrates the use of evidence-based outcomes for Nursing practice; supervises care delivered; coordinates plan of care; provides education for patients, families and staff, and collaborates with other disciplines.   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                      Graduate from a nationally accredited school of professional nursing, no experience required. If graduate of non-nationally accredited school of professional nursing, then at least one year of professional nursing experience is required. BSN is preferred, or an education action plan in place.   Newly hired RNs on or after October 1, 2014 with five (5) years or less nursing experience are required to receive their BSN within five (5) years from date of hire.   CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND CERTIFICATIONS Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana required.    Deaconess uses the  EPIC   Medical Record System  
Deaconess Health System 610 E. Walnut St. Evansville Indiana 47713 United States
Feb 21, 2018
Full-time
Summary of Duties:  Provides nursing care under the supervision of a Staff RN and delivers care consistent with identified plan and standards of care.  Reports observations and outcomes of care to the case managing Staff RN.  Performs personal care needs as the plan of care directs.    Role involves both skilled and unskilled patient visits Education and Experience:  Graduation from a state accredited school of practical nursing.  Based on geographic assignments must be licensed in Indiana, Illinois, and/or Kentucky. Two (2) years experience as an LPN required. 
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 21, 2018
Full-time
Job Summary Detail:   Experience with support, repair and configuration of various operating systems, PC's and printers   Experience with support, installation and configuration of PC desktop software.   Experience in hardware and software deployment.   Experience in a user support customer service environment.   Aptitude for providing positive customer service and good communication skills.   Ability to handle difficult clients and situations in a professional and courteous manner.   Possess relevant computer skills, with an understanding of current PC operating systems and basic network concepts.   Strong problem solving skills.   Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out written or oral instructions.   Ability to read, write and comprehend detailed instructions.   Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers.   Ability to work a varied schedule, on-call hours, and long hours during crisis situations as required.   A+ Certification preferred.   Permanent work schedule will be 9:30am to 6:00pm Monday thru Friday.  Initial work schedule will be from 7:00am to 3:30pm for training for the first few weeks.  
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 20, 2018
Full-time
Job Summary This position is responsible for greeting, registering, collecting payments from and directing/escorting patients in compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations and hospital policies and procedures. Is an ambassador of Deaconess, cultivating a nurturing atmosphere of courtesy, respect, empathy, dignity and optimism.  Job Duties Essential Duties and Responsibilities Collects information via phone, in person (bedside or in a registration bay) or from the web site to accurately register patients for outpatient, inpatient, and observation services. Verifies insurance eligibility and discusses Advanced Beneficiary Notices (ABN) when appropriate. Collects, secures and posts payments from patients. Disperses change and accepts deposits from other Deaconess cash collection or retail points. Ensures compliance of State/Federal regulations. Greets patients, provides routing assistance (arranging transport or escorting patients) to point of service. Provides cross coverage for all areas of Access Department. Performs Post Admit functions. Performs Work Queue functions and queries. Complies with Standards of Employee Conduct. Works with ADON, doctors and nursing staff for proper bed placement and admission order entry.  Other functions Assists by giving directions to destinations Handles phone, fax, and email inquiries. Balances cash drawers, petty cash, and change functions. Prepares funds for deposit. Answers correspondence Performs other logically associated duties that enhance position through Continuous Quality Improvement. Provides patients with Financial Assistance information and explain submission and processing when appropriate. Provides lateral service as appropriate. Serves as a preceptor for new Access Employees. Competent in Financial Counseling patients. Competent in computer applications pertaining to position. Participates in on call for third shift at Main and Gateway. Other duties as assigned. Education and Experience               High School Graduate or GED required.  College degree desired.  Knowledge of health care revenue cycle preferred.  Understanding of insurance is a plus.    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations None Location: Central registration
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 20, 2018
Full-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers as we continue to grow.     The CT Technologist performs routine and specific specialized CT procedures at a level not requiring constant supervision of technical detail under the direction of a radiologist.  IV administration of contrast is required.   Job duties include the following (other duties may be assigned): ·         Performs CT scanning procedures at an appropriate level of competency. ·         Performs IV injections using safe sterile technique. ·         Responds to emergency call back if assigned. ·         Assists with orientation of new staff and students. ·         Keeps area supplied and clean. ·         Performs office responsibilities when required. ·         Participates in in-services. ·         Monitors vital signs as necessary. ·         Performs HIS, RIS and PACS functions as necessary. ·         Maintains equipment to decrease downtime and overtime expense. ·         Participates in performance improvement and quality assurance initiatives. ·         Supervision includes technologists in orientation, radiology students when assigned, and                             diagnostic student aides.     Education and Experience               The individual must be a graduate of a recognized Radiologic Technologist program or meet clinical experience, didactic course work and alternative eligibility as specified in the ARRT application for certification instructions.  No experience is required.    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations The individual must be licensed by the Indiana State Department of Health as a Radiologic Technologist, certified by the ARRT as a Radiologic Technologist, and maintain annual renewal/registration with the certifying organization.  If registry eligible by the ARRT, employee must be certified within 6 months of hire to avoid termination.  Revocation or inability to maintain licensure and/or registration may result in termination of the individual. License renewal must occur two weeks prior to expiration date.  
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 20, 2018
Part-time
Job Summary This position is responsible for greeting, registering, collecting payments from and directing/escorting patients in compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations and hospital policies and procedures. Is an ambassador of Deaconess, cultivating a nurturing atmosphere of courtesy, respect, empathy, dignity and optimism.  Job Duties  Essential Duties and Responsibilities Collects information via phone, in person (bedside or in a registration bay) or from the web site to accurately register patients for outpatient, inpatient, and observation services. Verifies insurance eligibility and discusses Advanced Beneficiary Notices (ABN) when appropriate. Collects, secures and posts payments from patients. Disperses change and accepts deposits from other Deaconess cash collection or retail points. Ensures compliance of State/Federal regulations. Greets patients, provides routing assistance (arranging transport or escorting patients) to point of service. Provides cross coverage for all areas of Access Department. Performs Post Admit functions. Performs Work Queue functions and queries. Complies with Standards of Employee Conduct. Works with ADON, doctors and nursing staff for proper bed placement and admission order entry.  Other functions Assists by giving directions to destinations Handles phone, fax, and email inquiries. Balances cash drawers, petty cash, and change functions. Prepares funds for deposit. Answers correspondence Performs other logically associated duties that enhance position through Continuous Quality Improvement. Provides patients with Financial Assistance information and explain submission and processing when appropriate. Provides lateral service as appropriate. Serves as a preceptor for new Access Employees. Competent in Financial Counseling patients. Competent in computer applications pertaining to position. Participates in on call for third shift at Main and Gateway. Other duties as assigned. Education and Experience               High School Graduate or GED required.  College degree desired.  Knowledge of health care revenue cycle preferred.  Understanding of insurance is a plus.    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations  None Location: Emergency Department registration
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 20, 2018
Other
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of  health care experts.   The  Sterile Supply Processing Technician (SSP Tech)  has responsibility for providing sterile processing, decontamination, assembly, and transport of medical supplies, equipment and ancillary services to all requesting departments as required, under the supervision of the SSP Manager.  SSP Techs must be conscientious with regard to procedures and capable of accepting pressure assignments, clerical assignments, and all duties relative to the department.  Employee must be capable of interacting professionally with other departments within the hospital.     Education and Experience High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED),  and  be 18 years of age.                 Certificates, Licenses, Registrations  None required.  This position is a Deaconess Supplemental Staff (DSS) position, which offers a flexible schedule with a minimum requirement of 48 hours in a 6 week period. This position is a good opportunity for students and others needing more flexibility.  Supplemental hours may vary and are not guaranteed.
Deaconess Health System 1201 Pine Street Eldorado Illinois 62930 United States
Feb 20, 2018
Other
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers as we continue to grow .   The  EMT Basic or EMT Paramedic  is responsible for delivering and administering high quality care and transportation to ill and injured persons. The EMT Basic or EMT Paramedic must demonstrate clinical competency and compassion in providing for the physical and emotional needs of patients.   Education and Experience · Must be at least 18 years of age · Must have at least a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations · Current IL certification/License at the level applied for · Current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card.                   Additionally, for Paramedic applicants: Current ACLS, PALS certifications, PHTLS or equivalent                   certification within 18 months of hire.  NREMT certifications preferred. · Current, non-suspended or revoked, IL driver’s license and have an   insurable driving record. · Must have proof of training in Emergency Vehicle Operations    EVOC within 18 months of hire · Must be physically and mentally able to safely perform the   responsibilities and duties of the position. · Must have strong written and oral communications skills. · Must have strong interpersonal skills. This position is a Deaconess Supplemental Staff (DSS) position, which offers a flexible schedule with a minimum requirement of 48 hours in a 6 week period. This position is a good opportunity for students and others needing more flexibility.  Supplemental hours may vary and are not guaranteed.
Deaconess Health System Newburgh, IN 47630, USA
Feb 19, 2018
Full-time
As a nurse at Deaconess, you will be a part of a caring, compassionate team, dedicated to exceptional patient care.  Deaconess provides nursing opportunities for general, advanced practice and specialties throughout our health system that includes six-hospitals and over 40 sites of care. GI Lab/Endoscopy Center The GI Lab/Endoscopy Center cares for inpatients and outpatients who need GI procedures such as ERCP, EGD, colonoscopies, endoscopic ultrasound, Peg tube placement, biopsies, ph/motility, etc. The unit at Midtown campus has two procedure rooms with six recovery bays. The newly renovated Gateway Campus consists of three procedure rooms, a new specialty procedure suite, nine pre-procedure bays and nine post procedure bays.  The GI Lab provides total care for patients from admission to discharge. The endoscopy staff uses a team approach to cover the needs of patients at both campuses.   SUMMARY OF THE JOB The Registered Nurse provides direct patient care; demonstrates the knowledge, critical thinking and judgement of and integrates the use of evidence-based outcomes for Nursing practice; supervises care delivered; coordinates plan of care; provides education for patients, families and staff, and collaborates with other disciplines.   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                      Graduate from a nationally accredited school of professional nursing, no experience required. If graduate of non-nationally accredited school of professional nursing, then at least one year of professional nursing experience is required. BSN is preferred, or an education action plan in place.   Newly hired RNs on or after October 1, 2014 with five (5) years or less nursing experience are required to receive their BSN within five (5) years from date of hire.   CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND CERTIFICATIONS Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana required.  Minimum RN experience 6 months to 1 year. ACLS certification.   Working a mixture of 8, 10, and 12 hour shifts with rotating call on nights/weekends/holidays.   Deaconess uses the  EPIC   Medical Record System Deaconess Hospital is Magnet Recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.      Magnet designation is the highest level of recognition that a health care organization can attain that provides the service of registered professional nurses.  The Magnet program promotes excellence in nursing practice.   It recognizes and supports evidence-based practice, enhancing positive outcomes for both the patient and the nurse.
Deaconess Health System Evansville, IN, USA
Feb 19, 2018
Full-time
Job Summary   This position is responsible for accurate charging, billing, follow-up, refunding, and posting of insurance and self pay accounts for Hospital Billing, Professional Billing, and Comp Center Billing. Responsible for the resolution of patient inquiries pertaining to billing and insurance filing processes.  Will work with patients and third party payors to obtain payment on delinquent accounts according to the legal and proper collection techniques as well as maintain accounts receivable goals developed by the department.    HB/PB Insurance Follow-up Accurately review and resolve outstanding invoices in workqueues according to policy along with complying with the productivity standard established by the department. Inquiries via correspondence, electronic mail, or telephone are to be worked within three business days. Documents all actions taken in a clear, concise, and understandable form. 
Deaconess Health System Newburgh, IN 47630, USA
Feb 16, 2018
Full-time
As a nurse at Deaconess, you will be a part of a caring, compassionate team, dedicated to exceptional patient care.  Deaconess provides nursing opportunities for general, advanced practice and specialties throughout our health system that includes six-hospitals and over 40 sites of care. Post Anesthesia Care Unit Our Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) participates in the pre-operative preparation of surgery patients and provides immediate post-anesthesia care for all surgical patients (including ICU, Pediatrics, Same Day and Admission patients).  **This position will also float to Same Day Surgery   SUMMARY OF THE JOB The Registered Nurse provides direct patient care; demonstrates the knowledge, critical thinking and judgement of and integrates the use of evidence-based outcomes for Nursing practice; supervises care delivered; coordinates plan of care; provides education for patients, families and staff, and collaborates with other disciplines.   RN will work in both PACU and Same Day Surgery.  RN will also be required to float to MT PACU and Same Day if needed EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                      Graduate from a nationally accredited school of professional nursing, no experience required. If graduate of non-nationally accredited school of professional nursing, then at least one year of professional nursing experience is required. BSN is preferred, or an education action plan in place.   Newly hired RNs on or after October 1, 2014 with five (5) years or less nursing experience are required to receive their BSN within five (5) years from date of hire. ICU experience preferred   CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND CERTIFICATIONS Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana required.    Deaconess uses the  EPIC   Medical Record System Deaconess Hospital is Magnet Recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.      Magnet designation is the highest level of recognition that a health care organization can attain that provides the service of registered professional nurses.  The Magnet program promotes excellence in nursing practice.   It recognizes and supports evidence-based practice, enhancing positive outcomes for both the patient and the nurse.
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Feb 16, 2018
Full-time
Engineering & Maintenance – Level III Technician SUMMARY OF THE JOB Repairs, adjusts, maintains, modifies, operates and installs various systems, utilities, equipment and related items.  Responsible for providing a safe, attractive, and functional environment.  The areas for specialization for this job description are "Operations/Maintenance", and "Carpentry". This position interacts with Hospital employees, administration, physicians, volunteers, contractors, vendors, regulatory officials and the community. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (50%)   Job Duties include the following, other duties may be assigned. Maintains general repair/installation work on all types of Hospital equipment, systems or facilities. Assures proper operational and regulatory documentation is maintained. Assures that the facility, equipment, and its systems are maintained to meet regulatory requirements and in a safe operating condition, and continually works in a safe manner following all relevant policies, procedures and codes. Evaluates malfunctioning systems, utilities and equipment and recommends repair or replacement as necessary. Processes work orders and preventive maintenance orders through the system in an effective and timely manner. Keeps self-informed on code requirements and changes in procedures. Maintains a clean work area, tools and shop. Monitors building automation printouts and makes corrects as necessary. Performs any task or duty as requested and assigned in order to accommodate hospital and departmental needs.   Operations/Maintenance - Essential Functions Performs all needed maintenance of systems, utilities, and equipment including routine cleaning and servicing as assigned, as well as the ability to maintain 120/208/277/480 volt equipment and equipment-related power and control devices. Installs or repairs all types of systems, utilities, equipment, piping, valves, and fixtures with a working knowledge of relevant codes and practices. Operations/Maintenance - Other Functions Cleans systems, utilities, equipment, piping, drains, or fixtures as needed to maintain Hospital services. Develops spare parts recommendations for equipment and submits repair parts requisitions as necessary. Maintains all on and off campus properties.   Carpentry - Essential Functions Applies siding or sheathing inside or outside, flooring, ceilings, finishes, or other construction needed for interior or exterior finishes. Constructs, modifies, or repairs custom millwork and casework. Calculates quantity of materials needed and requisitions lumber, hardware and other supplies. Selects stock, tools and supplies, such as nails, screws, and glue to repair wooden structures. Removes and replaces broken or rusted hardware. Repairs partitions, doors, windows, floors, furniture, and building framework using power tools, such as a planer, sanders, saws, and drills or hand tools, such as planes, chisels, rasps, and saws. Reads and understands blueprints on specifications to determine the procedure of construction of cabinets, furniture, partitions, and other wooden articles. Measures and marks in prescribed dimensions on wooden stock using rules, tape measures, calipers, compass, and marking pencil to guide cutting operations. Carpentry - Other Functions Assembles wooden pieces using glue, nails and screws. Cuts Formica® using knife or saw and glues it to the cabinet tops. Replaces, repairs, and rebuilds locksets. May install all types of interior or exterior hardware. May replace glass windows or worn ceiling tile. May apply final finishes to equipment, furniture, and cabinets. Maintains key and security systems. Maintains intercom systems. Maintains all on and off campus properties.   Energy Center – Essential Functions Maintains Energy Center operations in accordance with standard operating procedures.  This includes all equipment associated with steam generation: boilers, feed water system, condensation water system, soft water system, pumps and blow down equipment, and Energy Center control systems. Maintains documentation of all necessary records and daily operation records. Assist and accommodates the needs of required inspections: insurance carriers, EPA, and State of Indiana. Routine inspection of boiler room and mechanical rooms, checking for correct operation, making and forwarding needed repairs as necessary to appropriate staff. Has knowledge of building plans and working drawings so as to assist in the repairs of systems and equipment. Works closely and assist other maintenance personnel as necessary. Assist contractors and consultants as necessary with construction projects and system’s operational problems and maintenance issues. Energy Center Technician – Other Functions Maintains a clean area of responsibility: sweeping, dusting, and mopping. Maintain shut off valve tagging system. Develops and maintains spare parts for maintenance of equipment submitting requisitions as necessary. Coordinates work with building automation system. Installs pipe insulation on small repairs when feasible.   JOB Requirements & QUALIFICATIONS                                              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.   Considerable initiative and judgment involved in installing, inspecting, maintaining, and repairing all systems, utilities and equipment.  Often works independently.  Supervision is limited but available if needed.    Education and Experience                    Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or five to seven years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations  
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Feb 16, 2018
Full-time
Biomedical Electronics Technician Level IV, Engineering and Maintenance SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES   Biomedical Electronics - Essential Functions Insures the availability of test and clinical equipment. Provides emergency call-in services on a rotating basis. Develops training programs for biomedical and nursing staff where needed. Performs incoming evaluations testing on new, loaned or leased equipment. Assures proper regulatory documentation is maintained. Biomedical Electronics - Other Functions: Participates in personal and professional development. Determines testing procedure and schedule for equipment following department policies and procedures. Assures that the facility, equipment and its systems are maintained in safe operating condition, and continually works in a safe manner following all relevant policies, procedures and codes.  Education and Experience        Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school or eight (8) to ten (10) years' experience in electrical or electronic equipment repair and maintenance; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have worked as a level III Technician with assigned responsibilities and ownership of the PM related directly to the Critical system or equivalent experience in critical systems from other organizations. May learn duties in six months to one year.
Deaconess Health System Evansville, IN, USA
Feb 15, 2018
Part-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers as we continue to grow .   The DVNA Home Care Aide/Hospice Aide gives personal care and exercise to patients and performs light housekeeping chores in their home environment or inpatient setting.  They also serve as a model and demonstrator to patients and their families.    The Home Care Aide/Hospice Aide follows the clinical direction of the Staff RN in the management of the patient’s plan of care.     Job duties include the following (other duties may be assigned): Assists patients with assigned personal hygiene Completes assigned procedures and treatments Provides assistance with designated activities including passive and active range of motion, ambulation and transfers Assists with assigned housekeeping functions Recognizes and communicates to the case manager changes in the patients conditions Conforms to established Agency expectations of productivity and quality care Maintains accurate and complete patient, time and mileage records Participates as a flexible team member assisting with coverage or patient care needs as assigned Participates in Agency meetings, in-services, staff meetings and case conferences as required Demonstrates application of infection control principles Accepts responsibility under adverse working conditions, within the limits of safety Respects personal and medical information in the strictest confidence   Education and Experience High School diploma preferred CNAs and RHHAs are preferred   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations . In Indiana – must meet the State’s required standards In Illinois – must be certified by the State of Illinois as a Certified Nursing Assistant
Deaconess Health System Evansville, IN, USA
Feb 15, 2018
Full-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers as we continue to grow .   The DVNA Home Care Aide/Hospice Aide gives personal care and exercise to patients and performs light housekeeping chores in their home environment or inpatient setting.  They also serve as a model and demonstrator to patients and their families.    The Home Care Aide/Hospice Aide follows the clinical direction of the Staff RN in the management of the patient’s plan of care.     Job duties include the following (other duties may be assigned): Assists patients with assigned personal hygiene Completes assigned procedures and treatments Provides assistance with designated activities including passive and active range of motion, ambulation and transfers Assists with assigned housekeeping functions Recognizes and communicates to the case manager changes in the patients conditions Conforms to established Agency expectations of productivity and quality care Maintains accurate and complete patient, time and mileage records Participates as a flexible team member assisting with coverage or patient care needs as assigned Participates in Agency meetings, in-services, staff meetings and case conferences as required Demonstrates application of infection control principles Accepts responsibility under adverse working conditions, within the limits of safety Respects personal and medical information in the strictest confidence   Education and Experience High School diploma preferred CNAs and RHHAs are preferred   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations . In Indiana – must meet the State’s required standards In Illinois – must be certified by the State of Illinois as a Certified Nursing Assistant
Deaconess Health System Evansville, IN, USA
Feb 15, 2018
Full-time
As a nurse at Deaconess, you will be a part of a caring, compassionate team, dedicated to exceptional patient care.  Deaconess provides nursing opportunities for general, advanced practice and specialties throughout our health system that includes six-hospitals and over 40 sites of care. Neuro Medical/Surgical ICU The Neuro Medical/Surgical ICU (NMSICU) is dedicated to caring for patients with complex medical, surgical and traumatic conditions requiring intensive care. Facilities include 16 beds, four with dialysis capabilities and two which are negative-air-flow rooms. Each room is self-contained with all needed supplies and monitoring equipment. All beds are total-care beds with chair capabilities and the use of fluoroscopy.    SUMMARY OF THE JOB The Registered Nurse provides direct patient care; demonstrates the knowledge, critical thinking and judgement of and integrates the use of evidence-based outcomes for Nursing practice; supervises care delivered; coordinates plan of care; provides education for patients, families and staff, and collaborates with other disciplines.   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                      Graduate from a nationally accredited school of professional nursing, no experience required. If graduate of non-nationally accredited school of professional nursing, then at least one year of professional nursing experience is required. BSN is preferred, or an education action plan in place.   Newly hired RNs on or after October 1, 2014 with five (5) years or less nursing experience are required to receive their BSN within five (5) years from date of hire.   CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND CERTIFICATIONS Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana required.    Deaconess uses the  EPIC   Medical Record System Deaconess Hospital is Magnet Recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.      Magnet designation is the highest level of recognition that a health care organization can attain that provides the service of registered professional nurses.  The Magnet program promotes excellence in nursing practice.   It recognizes and supports evidence-based practice, enhancing positive outcomes for both the patient and the nurse.
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Feb 15, 2018
Full-time
As a nurse at Deaconess, you will be a part of a caring, compassionate team, dedicated to exceptional patient care.  Deaconess provides nursing opportunities for general, advanced practice and specialties throughout our health system that includes six-hospitals and over 40 sites of care. Neuro ICU The smaller size of the Neuro Intensive Care Unit (Neuro ICU) promotes teamwork and communication between coworkers and creates a positive, collaborative work environment. The staff works closely with neurosurgeons, neurologists, intensivists, and hospitalists to ensure the best care possible for our patients.  This 16-bed specialty unit provides care for ICU level neuroscience and medical patients.  The patient population on the Neuro ICU unit includes cranial surgery, neuro-endovascular procedures, neuro-medical conditions, such as stroke, as well as medical conditions requiring intensive care.  Deaconess Gateway Hospital has been designated as a certified Primary Stroke Center by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP).  This unit is the designated stroke critical care unit, and our staff is very knowledgeable about quality standards of care, which we meet and exceed at our facility. Nurses working on this unit receive training in 12-Lead EKG, BLS, ACLS, PALS, NIHSS, as well as specific education regarding care of the critical care, neurosurgical, and stroke population.    SUMMARY OF THE JOB The Registered Nurse provides direct patient care; demonstrates the knowledge, critical thinking and judgement of and integrates the use of evidence-based outcomes for Nursing practice; supervises care delivered; coordinates plan of care; provides education for patients, families and staff, and collaborates with other disciplines.   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                      Graduate from a nationally accredited school of professional nursing, no experience required. If graduate of non-nationally accredited school of professional nursing, then at least one year of professional nursing experience is required. BSN is preferred, or an education action plan in place.   Newly hired RNs on or after October 1, 2014 with five (5) years or less nursing experience are required to receive their BSN within five (5) years from date of hire.   CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND CERTIFICATIONS Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana required.    Deaconess uses the  EPIC   Medical Record System Deaconess Hospital is Magnet Recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.      Magnet designation is the highest level of recognition that a health care organization can attain that provides the service of registered professional nurses.  The Magnet program promotes excellence in nursing practice.   It recognizes and supports evidence-based practice, enhancing positive outcomes for both the patient and the nurse.
Deaconess Health System 235 W. Iowa Evansville Indiana 47710 United States
Feb 15, 2018
Part-time
Job Summary The teacher assistant is a member of the teaching team who supports the head teacher in providing care and education of an assigned group of children.  The teacher assistant is responsible for helping with the implementation of The Creative Curriculum along with its system of assessment and documentation; assisting with the supervision of children and the communication with parents; working together to provide a healthy and safe environment for children that encourages social emotional, physical, cognitive and language development based on the Reggio Approach.  When the head teacher is absent, the teacher assistant assumes all duties.    Works with head teacher to establish and maintain a safe and healthy learning environment -       Offers suggestions on room arrangement to support the goals of the classroom -       Promotes healthy eating practices -       Maintains a safe environment -       Sanitizes toys, tables and cots daily -       Helps maintain an orderly learning environment -       Supervises children at all times -       Displays children’s work neatly and at their eye-level -       Administers first aid as needed -       Follows state guidelines regarding diaper changing and hand washing procedures   Works with head teacher to advance physical and intellectual competence -       Uses equipment and materials for indoor and outdoor play that promote children’s physical, cognitive and language development -       Involves children in planning and implementing learning activities by listening to children’s interests and providing materials and time to develop projects -       Helps to provide an integrated curriculum that meets the needs of individual children -       Helps plans and implement experiences that promote language and literacy development -       Helps plan and implement activities that promote the acquisition of number concepts -       Facilitates meaningful conversations -       Encourages creative expression -       Uses open-ended questions   Works with head teacher to support social and emotional development and provide positive guidance -       Helps with plans and implementation of hands-on activities that develop positive self-esteem -       Helps with plans and implementation of hands-on activities that promotes social skills -       Helps with plans and implementation of experiences that raise awareness of cultural diversity -       Uses and promotes positive guidance techniques -       Assists with a wide variety of creative and expressive activities -       Communicates with children at their developmental level -       Encourages children to be independent   To establish positive and productive relationships with families -       Develops parent goals -       Assists head teacher in relating assessment information to parents and offering guidance for supporting children at different developmental stages -       Works with head teacher to promote communication with parents through phone calls, reports, documentation panels, notes, reflective weekly journals, and parent conferences -       Encourages parents to participate in the program   To ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs -       Prepares program supplies and materials needed before implementing activities -       Helps maintain records and reports -       Shares ideas for written plans on a weekly basis using The Creative Curriculum, the Reggio philosophy of education and the Indiana Foundations for Young Children -       Implements the planned educational experiences by providing materials and activities which foster social skills and encourage children to think, problem solve, question and experiment -       Assesses children in assigned primary care group of their needs and developmental progress in an ongoing basis through careful observations using anecdotal notes, checklists, rating scales, children’s portfolios, documentation panels, etc. -       Assists head teacher in using results of assessments to plan activities   To maintain a commitment to professionalism -       Promotes the center’s philosophy and educational objectives -       Follows the center’s and NAEYC’s Code of Ethical Conduct -       Engages in ongoing staff development to improve personal and professional skills -       Supports the professional growth and development of colleagues by sharing materials and information and providing helpful feedback and encouragement -       Attends staff meetings, workshops, and in-service training provided by the center -       Completes required WebInservice assignments -       Attends the center’s special events -       Works collaboratively with co-workers   JOB Requirements & QUALIFICATIONS                                               In order 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.   -       Must have the ability to speak effectively, using good grammar and professional tone -       Must have the ability to perform duties with awareness of and compliance with related organizational policies and state requirements   Education and Experience               CDA credential with some teaching experience in an early childhood program preferred and the willingness to start a program to obtain an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education within twelve months of employment; Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education a plus.  Must acquire 20 hours of professional development annually.   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Current CPR/First Aid certification and NAEYC Membership preferred.  
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 15, 2018
Full-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers as we continue to grow. .     The  Radiology Patient Assistant II (RPA II)  performs various patient care activities and related services necessary in caring for the personal needs, comfort, and safety of all Radiology Patients.  The RPA II also provides assistance to the professional staff and works under the direction of the Registered Technologist.   Job duties include the following  (other duties as assigned): ·         Provides or assists with basic patient care requirements, treatments, and procedures.  ·         Obtaining and/or calling results to referring doctors, prepare patients for exams, and assists with                  patient transfers. ·         Utilizes EMR to ‘arrive” scheduled patients and provide instruction on appropriate exam dress as                well as assist with initial screening and medication reconciliation and notifying modality of arrival of            patient ·         Obtains vital signs and recognizes the need for oxygen. ·         Transports patients and/or specimens. This transfer can be from bed to imaging table or from one               department to another. ·         Maintains supplies for area. ·         Coordinate biopsies for ancillary areas. ·         Stocks and cleans area. ·         Answers multi-line phones. Takes accurate messages and provides follow up when asked. ·         Completes work orders in CMMS. ·         Obtains pertinent laboratory values for patients when applicable. ·         Scanning documentation in EMR ·         Will maintain competency for front office duties including but not limited to Epic, CD burning,                          importing CD’s to PACS. ·         Fulfills customer requests for images by reprinting exams from PACS for distribution to a physician             office while utilizing proper quality assurance measures. Maintains records of released films/CD’s ·         Operates film digitizer to convert hard copy images(Film or CD) into digital format and transmit to                  PACS ·         Ensures necessary images are available for surgical procedures either on PACS or hard copy if                  required. ·         Accesses reports, images, or other pertinent patient data via EMR or PACS while following                            applicable HIPAA guidelines ·         Monitors the “Unexpected Findings” folder and provides follow up for those studies. ·         Scanning patient documentation into EMR ·         Monitors failed fax monitor and provides appropriate follow up.   Education and Experience        The individual must be a high school graduate.  Some medical terminology is preferred, but not required. This position is a Full Time (AF) authorized hour position which offers eligibly for full time benefits, wellness incentive and PTO incentive.
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Feb 15, 2018
Full-time
Meet Deaconess Clinic! At Deaconess Clinic, our vision is to be the medical group of choice for the region, recognized as the best place to work, practice medicine, and receive exceptional quality and cost effective care at the right time and in the right place. Job Summary The Clinical Office Assistant is responsible for providing direct or indirect care according to the applicable state Nurse Practice Act to patients who present with urgent, emergent or potential health problems as well as preventive care. Services provided by the COA will include, but are not limited to, general patient care, assistance with procedures, documentation of activities and patient/family education. The COA will provide care utilizing established principles and ethical standards as well as policies and procedures established by Deaconess. Pre-testing does not have hands on patient contact with patients.  Patients are contacted by phone and pre-testing employee do all work by phone or computer.  The goal of pre-testing is to cancel day of surgery cancellations.  Licenses and Certifications Current Licensed Practical Nurse license in state of employment. CPR provider certification required.