Deaconess Health System

372 job(s) at Deaconess Health System

Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 18, 2018
Other
Supplemental Staff Security Police Act as a Liaison with law enforcement and coordinates the functions of the Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) in the Emergency Department who are stationed at the triage desk 24-hours per day, seven days per week.  The officer will provide maximum visibility and strive to ensure a safe environment for ED patients, visitors and staff. Ensures that officers remain highly visible at the triage area as a deterrent to disruptive or aggressive behavior and that officers are in full uniform. 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.   1.    Appointment by the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. 2.    Currently employed by Evansville Police Department or Warrick County as a law enforcement officer. 3.    Has hospital orientation and met all OSHA, fire and emergency requirements. 4.    Must be able to deal effectively with patients and family members in a crisis situation and to deal with abusive people
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 17, 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 Radiologic Technologist has the responsibility of supervising and performing diagnostic radiography and fluoroscopy studies.   Job duties include the following (other duties as assigned): ·         Performs radiographic procedures in the Emergency Room, Surgical Suite, Nursing Units, Main                 Department, and Ancillary Departments. ·         Performs IV injections using safe sterile technique. ·         Responds to emergency call back. ·         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 EMR 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 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.  Employee must maintain BLS CPR certification for healthcare providers.  
Deaconess Health System 4133 Gateway Blvd. Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Full-time
Maintains positive patient oriented services in the provision of medical office services to the patient, family members, visitors and physicians in the office setting.  Greets, instructs and directs patients while in the office setting.  Assists in scheduling and rescheduling appointments.  Obtains demographic, insurance and other information from patients when registering for appointment.  Assists in discharge process from medical office including collecting payments, posting charges, issuing receipts and posting payments.
Deaconess Health System 600 Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Full-time
Maintains positive patient oriented services in the provision of medical office services to the patient, family members, visitors and physicians in the office setting.  Greets, instructs and directs patients while in the office setting.  Assists in scheduling and rescheduling appointments.  Obtains demographic, insurance and other information from patients when registering for appointment.  Assists in discharge process from medical office including collecting payments, posting charges, issuing receipts and posting payments.
Deaconess Health System 4111 Gateway Blvd. Newburgh Indiana 41630 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Part-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. Licenses and Certifications Current certification from the American Association of Medical Assistants (CMA). CPR provider certification required.
Deaconess Health System 600 Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 16, 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. Licenses and Certifications Current certification from the American Association of Medical Assistants (CMA). CPR provider certification required.
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary St, Evansville Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 16, 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. Licenses and Certifications Current certification from the American Association of Medical Assistants (CMA). CPR provider certification required.
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Full-time
  Pharmacy Services and Technology   Deaconess Family Pharmacy locations offer a range of pharmacy services for Deaconess patients.  Prescriptions, over-the-counter items, Specialty medications, and personalized counseling are available from pharmacists and technicians focusing on outpatient distribution in an integrated healthcare setting utilizing the latest technology.   Advanced Pharmacy Technician Job Summary    Under the direct supervision of a Pharmacist, the Advanced Pharmacy Technician has responsibility for assisting in all aspects of the drug distribution, billing and patient record keeping processes in the provision of Pharmaceutical Care.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities   1.  Provides Drug Distribution 2.  Compounds Intravenous Solutions 3.  Performs Clerical Functions 4.  Packages Medications in Unit Dose Packaging 5.  Operates Departmental Equipment 6.  Maintains Departmental Systems and Records 7.  Complies with Standards of Employee Conduct 8.  Obtain labs and provide clinical support to the pharmacist     Qualifications   Education and/or Experience: High School diploma.  Employee with 1 to 2 years prior pharmacy experience preferred.  Minimum of 6-12 weeks on the job training required based upon previous experience and training.  Employee may learn job tasks in 6 - 12 month period.  Medical terminology knowledge preferred.   Must be licensed or qualify for license in the State of Indiana.  Requires Certified Pharmacy Technician designation within 1 year of employment.      
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Full-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers .      The  Registered Respiratory Therapist II (RRT)  has the responsibility for administering respiratory services according to physician orders to inpatients and outpatients.  The RRT works with patients ranging from infants to patients in later maturity.      Job duties include the following; (other duties as assigned) Perform Diagnostic Procedure and related task Respiratory Special Procedures Required: Intubation One of the following Bronchoscopy Moderate Sedation Pulmonary Function Test Dedicated Charge Pulmonary Rehabilitation  Deliver Medications Delivery of Conscious Sedation Medication and reversals may be performed with specialized training Set-up and Maintain Ventilator and Humidification Delivery Systems Perform CPR when Necessary Provide Percussion/Postural Drainage to Patients May participate on departmental and/or hospital performance improvement teams as appropriate                          Education and Experience                    Graduate from an accredited Respiratory Care Program.   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations  Must have current Indiana State Respiratory Care Practitioners license.  BLS and ACLS certification required; maintain/recertify every two years.  It is preferred that therapists assigned to critical care have the RRT credential and ACLS certification.  It is mandatory that any therapist assigned to the PICU have current ACLS and PALS certifications.  Pediatric Trauma will follow Trauma Guidelines; 50% of staff PALS certified.  
Deaconess Health System 421 Chestnut St. Evansville Indiana 47713 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Full-time
The Specialty Practice Certified Surgical Technologist (SPCST) is responsible for providing direct or indirect care, under the supervision of a physician, to patients who present with urgent, emergent or potential health problems as well as preventive care. Services provided by the SPCST will include, but are not limited to, general patient care, assistance with procedures, documentation of activities and patient/family education. The SPCST also performs job duties which are specific to department in which they are working; these duties will require special training. The SPCST will provide care utilizing established principles and ethical standards as well as policies and procedures established by Deaconess. Job Duties  include the following, other duties may be assigned: The SPCST must be able to demonstrate knowledge of growth and development to provide patient care appropriate to the age of the patients served. The SPCSTmust be able to successfully demonstrate the staff requirements as specified in the department’s competencies and Scope of Service (if applicable), and meet/exceed standards as identified below. Reviews patient data prior to each office visit for relative clinical updates, laboratory, x-ray and other test results. When rooming patients, obtains medical and social history, chief complaint and/or history of present illness, completes appropriate assessments (e.g., vital signs, height, weight), and reviews & updates the medications list.  Document all data obtained in the Electronic Health Record (EHR). Prepare patient for examination, set up any necessary equipment. Assist physician with procedures and examinations which are within scope of training of the CST as ordered by physician. Demonstrates sterile technique during procedures and adheres to safe operating guidelines for all departmental equipment. Provides accurate and timely procedure scheduling with minimal errors. Obtains signatures from patients on appropriate forms for procedures; including but not limited to Medicare/Medicaid waiver, ABN, consent forms and authorization to treat minors. Utilizes the specimen log for all outgoing specimens, i.e.) pap smears, biopsies, cultures. Confers with the patient and physician regarding scheduling priorities for acute and routine visits. Utilizes the EHR to enter and/schedule all patient referrals, diagnostic services, tests, procedures etc as ordered by the physician.  Obtains and documents prior authorization as needed. In collaboration with physician, provides the patient and family with appropriate education regarding medications, treatments, tests, procedures, results, and dietary recommendations. Document all information in the EHR. Receives and responds to telephone requests from patients under thee direction of the physician and/or nurse practitioner.  Documents the request, contact information, physician response, patient follow up and any other pertinent information in the EHR. Medications, pharmacy and allergies should be reviewed and updated during each patient telephone encounter. Implements and positively reinforces physician/provider orders and/or treatment methodologies. Provides practice-specific care to meet the needs and behaviors of patients based on the patient’s age and assessed level of growth and development for all stages of life. Cleans the patient exam rooms and maintains patient flow through the office by efficiently utilizing exam rooms. Maintains an adequate amount of supplies in each exam room. Restocks department supplies, monitors supply usage, and requests to have supplies reordered in a timely manner. Ensures that all medications, both stock, samples, and drug coupons are current and securely locked.  Logs sample medications according to guidelines.  Maintains security for all schedule ll drugs in double locked cabinet/box. Maintains daily control logs for Compliance including but not limited to daily refrigerator/freezer temperatures, waive testing controls, and daily disinfecting of exam tables, work surfaces and equipment. Sterilizes, repacks and labels instruments in accordance with practice guidelines. Completes monitoring and testing of sterilizers as required; maintain biological log. Adheres to all policies for compliance with ISDH, OSHA, CLIA, HIPAA, HFAP and any other appropriate regulatory agencies. Utilizes universal precautions in handling infectious/hazardous waste material. Maintains current knowledge base and stays current with healthcare trends by reading  professional journals/literature, attending CME’s, completing all required WebInservices, and seminar/conference attendance as approved by the Manager. Reads and replies to educational/informational e-mails in a timely manner. Attends staff and other meetings as required. Performs other duties as assigned. Complies with Standards of Employee Conduct as specified by policy 45-19. Skills Required for Specialty Practice Role Must be able to routinely perform skill as required by the specialty department including but not limited to: MOHS procedures Suture removals Preparing slides Operating Cryostat Machine General Podiatric Foot Care (such as callous removal & nail trimming) Surgical assist in the office and/or hospital operating room   Education and Experience High school diploma or GED required. Graduation certificate from an accredited Surgical Technologist  program. Experience preferred but not required.   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Current certification from the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting,  the National Center for Competency Testing or the National Association for Health Professionals. Experience preferred but not required. CPR provider certification required.
Deaconess Health System 813 E. 4th St. Mount Vernon Indiana 47620 United States
Oct 16, 2018
Full-time
Maintains positive patient oriented services in the provision of medical office services to the patient, family members, visitors and physicians in the office setting.  Greets, instructs and directs patients while in the office setting.  Assists in scheduling and rescheduling appointments.  Obtains demographic, insurance and other information from patients when registering for appointment.  Assists in discharge process from medical office including collecting payments, posting charges, issuing receipts and posting payments.
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 15, 2018
Full-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers .      The  Registered Respiratory Therapist II (RRT)  has the responsibility for administering respiratory services according to physician orders to inpatients and outpatients.  The RRT works with patients ranging from infants to patients in later maturity.      Job duties include the following; (other duties as assigned) Perform Diagnostic Procedure and related task Respiratory Special Procedures Required: Intubation One of the following Bronchoscopy Moderate Sedation Pulmonary Function Test Dedicated Charge Pulmonary Rehabilitation  Deliver Medications Delivery of Conscious Sedation Medication and reversals may be performed with specialized training Set-up and Maintain Ventilator and Humidification Delivery Systems Perform CPR when Necessary Provide Percussion/Postural Drainage to Patients May participate on departmental and/or hospital performance improvement teams as appropriate                          Education and Experience                    Graduate from an accredited Respiratory Care Program.   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations  Must have current Indiana State Respiratory Care Practitioners license.  BLS and ACLS certification required; maintain/recertify every two years.  It is preferred that therapists assigned to critical care have the RRT credential and ACLS certification.  It is mandatory that any therapist assigned to the PICU have current ACLS and PALS certifications.  Pediatric Trauma will follow Trauma Guidelines; 50% of staff PALS certified.  
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 15, 2018
Full-time
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers .      The  Registered Respiratory Therapist II (RRT)  has the responsibility for administering respiratory services according to physician orders to inpatients and outpatients.  The RRT works with patients ranging from infants to patients in later maturity.      Job duties include the following; (other duties as assigned) Perform Diagnostic Procedure and related task Respiratory Special Procedures Required: Intubation One of the following Bronchoscopy Moderate Sedation Pulmonary Function Test Dedicated Charge Pulmonary Rehabilitation  Deliver Medications Delivery of Conscious Sedation Medication and reversals may be performed with specialized training Set-up and Maintain Ventilator and Humidification Delivery Systems Perform CPR when Necessary Provide Percussion/Postural Drainage to Patients May participate on departmental and/or hospital performance improvement teams as appropriate                          Education and Experience                    Graduate from an accredited Respiratory Care Program.   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations  Must have current Indiana State Respiratory Care Practitioners license.  BLS and ACLS certification required; maintain/recertify every two years.  It is preferred that therapists assigned to critical care have the RRT credential and ACLS certification.  It is mandatory that any therapist assigned to the PICU have current ACLS and PALS certifications.  Pediatric Trauma will follow Trauma Guidelines; 50% of staff PALS certified.  
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 12, 2018
Full-time
Our Environmental Services Representatives are responsible for cleaning and disinfecting all areas of the hospital, as assigned, according to established cleaning protocols. ES Reps work independently and are trained to maintain cleanliness standards to ensure a safe environment for patients, guests and employees. ES Reps use positive and effective  interpersonal skills to communicate with patients, guests and staff members. In addition to the variety of cleaning duties, they will enter their cleaning activity electronically. 
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 12, 2018
Other
We are looking for compassionate, caring people to join our great staff of health care providers .   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. Patient Care Technicians  provide direct patient care as delegated by a registered nurse and in cooperation with other team members. Duties performed by PCT include helping patients with activities of daily living, personal hygiene, nourishment and other treatments and procedures. Under the supervision of the RN, the Patient Care Technician (PCT) performs various care activities and related services necessary in caring for the personal needs, comfort and safety for a specific patient population (ANA Standards of Delegation, 2004).  The PCT must be able to demonstrate growth and development knowledge and skills to provide patient care appropriate to the age of the patient served.  Employee must be able to successfully complete job specific orientation, competencies, and meet/exceed standards as identified in the criteria based performance appraisal.  PCTs must demonstrate awareness of patient’s rights in all aspects of patient care and reports issue to appropriate person.  The PCT demonstrates leadership through coordination of unit equipment and activities.   The Patient Care Technician is a member of the multidisciplinary team, under the direction of the RN, which provides or assists with basic patient care requirements, treatments and procedures.  Communicates to the RN pertinent findings or observations noted while providing patient care and comfort.  Assist professional staff with basic life support principles.  Certifications Basic Life Support: Health Care Provider, within six months of hire.   Education and Experience The Patient Care Technician position requires the completion of a high school education or equivalent (GED) and be18 years old.  Previous patient care or nursing assistant experience desired.  Successfully completes PCT classes as required by care center/unit.   Deaconess uses the  EPIC   Medical Record System
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 12, 2018
Part-time
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  include the following, other duties may be assigned: 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  Emergency Room Registration
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 12, 2018
Full-time
Coding and abstracts outpatient, Emergency Room, Same Day surgery, and Observation medical records of the Deaconess Health System to accurately reflect patient condition and treatments rendered Job Duties  include the following, other duties may be assigned: Abstracts and codes diagnoses and procedures from health records by using assigned classification systems, standards and following coding conventions as set forth by departmental coding policies. Enters information into the computerized abstracting system for use in hospital reimbursement and evaluation of patient care Queries the attending physician as necessary to assure thorough documentation to substantiate codes describing the patient’s hospitalization. Utilizes health care references to assure that coding is accurate Maintains and builds productivity Works with CDI staff to decrease days in A/R and accurately capture the ROM/SOI of each patient Identifies health records to be reviewed by various hospital and compliant registries and the Performance Improvement Department. Complies with the Deaconess Hospital Standards of Employee Conduct Assures that the appropriate number of continuing education credits are obtained so that credentials are current Continues to develop professionally by increasing knowledge through webinars and review of coding clinics. Other duties as assigned Education and Experience At least one year of experience in hospital coding is preferred   Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Must have one or more of the following credentials: Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) and/or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS).
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 12, 2018
Full-time
Provides excellent customer service by interacting with the customer while safely transporting he/she via a wheelchair or patient cart within the confines of the hospital.
Deaconess Health System 4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh Indiana 47630 United States
Oct 12, 2018
Part-time
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  include the following, other duties may be assigned 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  Diagnostic registration at GW
Deaconess Health System 600 Mary Street Evansville Indiana 47747 United States
Oct 11, 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. Surgery The Surgery Department utilizes 14 operating suites to provide a wide range of surgical services. Procedures include cardiovascular, orthopedic, neurological, endovascular, laser, urological, colorectal, endoscopic, vascular, bariatric and general surgeries, as well as providing level II trauma 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 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.