Roze Room organizations have been recognized among the Best Places to Work in Los Angeles in 2014, 2015, 2016.
Seeking a Full Time Benefited DPCS for our Arcadia Location:
Must be an RN to apply, preferably with hospice/home health leadership experience:
The Director of Patient Care Services is a full time executive leadership position with overall clinical management responsibility of the entire program.
As the founder of Roze Room, I am honored to celebrate our 20th year in the industry and to be surrounded by dedicated and caring professionals. Roze Room Hospice was formed to honor the memory of my grandmother Roza, whose favorite flower was the rose. Integrating her name and the flower rose into our name reminds me of our daily purpose and mission. Therefore, all we do at Roze Room is geared towards the patient and family. Our goal is to provide the best care possible to our patients and treat each patient with love, compassion and dignity.
The Director of Patient Care Services is the executive who leads the clinical aspects of the program and is responsible for the overall successful delivery of care to those we serve. We look forward to you joining our family.
- Lena Beker, Founder
We are looking for a full-time Director of Patient Care Services of our hospice program. The DPCS is in charge of the clinical aspects of the program and serves as the conduit between the Administrator, clinical staff, patients, families and members of the community.
The DPCS reports directly to the Administrator. The DPCS supervises the clinical staff, including team managers, contracted services, on-call and continuous care staff and also assists in the hiring and retention of staff. The DPCS creates and implements a Quality Assurance program; participates in staff training and assures qualified clinical staff is hired; ensures that only eligible patients are admitted and received hospice care; assumes lead responsibly for patient advocacy and carries out the organization’s mission, goals, objectives and policies and procedures.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with baccalaureate or higher degree in nursing or another health-related filed. Three years of experience within the last five years in a hospice or home health agency, primary care clinic or health facility, at least on year of which was in the supervisory or administrative capacity OR Four years’ experience within the last five years in hospice, home health agency, primary care clinic or health faciality, at least one year of which was in a supervisory or administrative capacity. Demonstrates high level of competency in performance of professional nursing functions. Ability to plan, organize, delegate and manage effectively and efficiently. Ability to make effective decisions under time pressure. Ability to supervise and evaluate staff. Knowledge of regulatory and financial aspects of the hospice program. Excellent communication and personation skills. Ability to read, write and follow directions and get others to follow directions. Ability to interact professionally and effectively with staff, members of the public and patients and families. Valid driver’s license, and auto insurance, reliable/well maintained transportation. Able to utilize computers and be comfortable with EMR.