Title Director of Health Information
Salary D.O.E.
Department Health Information (Medical Records)
Status Exempt
Job Information

The Manager of the Health Information Management Department is responsible for planning, directing and overseeing the operations of the HIM and Patient Access departments at Bear Valley Community Hospital.

  • Provides oversight and direction to the employees of the Health Information Management Department (medical records) as well as the supervisor of the Patient Access department
  • Maintains the quality control of the medical records to meet all legal and governing agencies’ standards to preserve the confidentiality of the records and to provide continuity of patient care
  • Assures that Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the Medical Staff are met
  • Prepares and retrieves statistical data for Administration and the Medical Staff
  • Assumes responsibility to assist the Medical Staff in developing indicators and monitoring systems to identify quality issues and maintain quality patient care
  • Able to organize a system for physician profiling and monitoring of patient care for re-credentialing purposes
  • Assist the UR Coordinator and Business Office with monitoring the “Bill Hold” to identify problems involving coding and maintaining compliance with coding standards
  • Participates with the Medial Staff, Administration, and Managers to accomplish special projects within the realm of responsibility and knowledge. Assumes responsibility as a “contact” person for OSHPD
  • Acts as a subject matter expert for the Evident electronic medical record system
  • Serves as the facility Privacy Officer
Qualifications

 

  • Supervising experience in the Medical Records and Quality Improvement Departments.
  • Understanding of Medical Staff and UR/QI functions.
  • College education in the health field.
  • BS degree preferred or graduate of an accredited Health information Medical Records Technology program.
  • RHIT or RHIA certification and maintain with proper CE units.
  • State of California/CMS regulations 

Physical Requirements

Activity                                               Percent of Shift

  • Sitting                                                     80%
  • Standing/walking                                 20%
  • Crawling/Climbing                               10%
  • Bending Over                                         10%
  • Reaching Overhead                              10%
  • Crouching/Kneeling                              5%
  • Lifting
    • Up to 25 Lbs                                  Occasionally
  • Repetitive Use of Foot Control            Seldom
  • Repetitive Use of hands                         Seldom
  • Firm Grasping with Hands                   Occasionally
  • Fine Dexterity with Hands                   Often
  • Operation of Car or other Vehicle       Seldom
  • Exposure to Dust, Gas, Fumes             Seldom
  • Exposure to Marked Changes              Seldom
  • Exposure to Marked Physical Exertion in excess of 5 minutes        Occasionally

Sensory Requirements:

  • Verbal Articulation
  • Non-Verbal Communication
  • Hearing
  • Sight
  • Smell/Taste
  • Touch
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Title Emergency Room Technician
Categories Emergency Department
Salary $18.86
Start Date 2017-06-02
Department Emergemcy Department
Status Per Diem
Hours 12 Hour Shift
Job Information

The Emergency Room Technician works under a supervisor and in conjunction with staff nurses in providing quality care for the patients, assisting the physician, interacting with personnel in other departments, communicating with patient’s families and visitors within the framework of the philosophy and policies established by Bear Valley Community Healthcare District.

Physical Requirements:

Activity                                       Percentage of Shift
Sitting                                         20%
Standing/Walking                    80%
Crawling/Climbing                  10%
Bending Over                             60%
Reaching Overhead                  60%
Crouching/Kneeling                 60%
Lifting                                          As much as 76 – 100 pounds often
Repetitive Use of Foot Control   Seldom
Repetitive Use of Hands              Seldom
Firm Grasping with Hands         Often
Fine Dexterity with Hands          Often
Operation of Car of other Vehicle    Seldom
Exposure to Dust Gas, Fumes           Seldom
Exposure to Marked Changes           Seldom
Exposure to Marked Physical
Exertion in excess of five minutes    Often

Sensory Requirements:

  • Verbal Articulation        Sight
  • Smell/Taste                     Non-Verbal Communication
  • Hearing                            Touch
Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent. Emergency medical service experience if preferred. Basic computer skills. Current Emergency Medical Technician (EMT certification) is required. Must have current BLS certification and basic dysrhythmia. CPT is preferred. MOAB training within six months of hire.

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Title Environmental Services Workder
Salary $15.43 per hour
Department Environmental Services
Status Per Diem
Hours 8 Hour Shifts
Job Information

Responsibilities: Under the general supervision of the Housekeeping Supervisor, performs cleaning and related duties to patient rooms, offices and other building areas necessary to provide a clean, sanitary, orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment for the facility. Must have the ability to demonstrate an understanding of the needs of patients; particularly psychococial and emotional. Must be able to interact and communicate with patients and staff. Must have experience with waxing, polishing and stripping of floors.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements: 

Standing – Constantly

Walking – Constantly

Sitting – seldom

Climbing – seldom

Balancing – seldom

Bending and Stooping – frequently

Twisting – occasionally – upper torso 90 degrees

Crawling – occasionally – distance 6 feel

Reaching – frequently

Handling – frequently – two hands needed for this job

Lifting:

From floor to waist – Maximum weight: 25 lbs frequently

From waist to shoulder – Maximum weight: 25 lbs frequently

From waist to overhead – 10 lbs frequently

Carrying/Pushing/Pulling

Maximum wight – 100 lbs frequently

Distance – 600 feet

Equipment: Vacuums, carts, mops, bucket and wringer, floor polisher

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Title Cook/Dietary Aide
Categories Dietary Department
Salary $11.00 – $13.53 – $19.23
Department Dietary
Status Full Time
Hours 8 Hour Shift
Job Information

DIETARY AIDE: RESPONSIBILITIES:  Under the general supervision of the Dietary Supervisor, performs a variety of simple, routine, unskilled tasks related to the preparation and serving of food; cleans kitchen area and cooking utensils; operates dish washing equipment.

COOK RESPONSIBILITIES:  Under the general supervision of the Food Service Supervisor, prepares, seasons and cooks food for residents/facility patients, employees and visitors using the menu and standardized recipes.  Also serves food during tray line and maintains area utilizing high standards of sanitation. Must have a minimum of one year of cooking experience.

Qualifications

Ability to read and write English and follow oral and written instruction. Must possess a current Food Handlers certification card and current BLS card. Two or three years’ experience in food preparation desirable, preferably in a health care facility. Must possess a current Food Handlers or Serv Safe certification card and current BLS card.

Physical Requirements:

 

Standing – Constantly
Walking – Constantly
Sitting – Seldom
Lifting – From floor to waist – required
Lifting – From waist to shoulder – required
Maximum weight – 11 – 25 pounds – frequently
– 26 – 50 pounds – often
– 50 – 100 pounds – seldom
Carrying – Required
Pushing – Required
Pulling – Required
Climbing – Seldom
Balancing – Seldom
Bending and Stooping – Constantly
Twisting – Frequently
Crawling – Seldom
Reaching – Frequently
Handling – Constantly

 

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Title Registered Nurse
Categories Emergency Department
Salary $45.14 Hourly
Start Date 2017-09-24
Department Emergency
Status Seasonal (Up to Six Months)
Hours 12 Hour Shift
Job Information

Following the Nurse Practice Act and Scope of Service, this position will work closely with staff members and medical staff to serve the patients of the Acute/Emergency Departments. Will provide comprehensive, quality care for patients, provides age-specific and culturally sensitive care to patients. Ensures the readiness of the Nursing Department and communicates clearly and concisely with others to meet patient care needs. Supports and participates in hospital wide quality initiatives and adheres to regulatory and compliance standards.

Qualifications

Minimum (1) year experience in acute care nursing required. Minimum (1) year emergency/critical care experience required. Current California RN license, BLS, ACLS and PALS certifications required. Basic Dysrhythmia certification preferred. MOAB training required within (6) months of hire.

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Title Ultrasound Technologist II
Categories Radiology Department
Salary $22.49 – $28.53 – $40.56
Start Date 2017-07-10
Department Radiology
Status Full Time
Hours 10 Hour Shift, Plus Call
Job Information

Under the direct supervision of the Radiology Director, performs diagnostic Ultrasound (US) examinations including Abdominal, Obstetrical, Gynecological, small parts, cranial, spinal, and external and endocavity procedures. Performs breast imaging as needed in diagnostic studies and biopsies. Aides with ultrasound guided procedures to include Para and Thoracentesis, biopsies of various parts. Provides and documents technical findings and preliminary observations within the scope of practice as set by department polices, ARDMS, and the ACR. Non-invasive Vascular Ultrasound: Performs non-invasive vascular examinations to include carotid duplex scans, arterial imaging and Doppler of the upper and lower extremities, abdominal vascular studies, and venous imaging and Doppler of the upper and lower extremities. Provides and documents technical findings and preliminary observations within the scope of practice set by the department policies, ARDMS and the ACR. Communicates effectively with ancillary areas and internal staff. Able to evaluate, coordinates, and executes responsibilities under pressure situations. Has the initiative to resolve customer problems by self, and involve supervisors as necessary. Provides professional and quality care to patients while following hospital policies, procedures and standards. Is responsible to take on call duty. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Minimum two (2) years’ experience as an Ultrasound Technologist in a full service Diagnostic Imaging (Ultrasound) Department. Graduation from an approved school for Ultrasonography. Associate Degree required. Bachelor’s Degree in Ultrasonography, Healthcare Administration, Business or related field preferred. Computer skills for operating within RIS/HIS/PACS, medical terminology, and good communication skills. Ability to successfully complete job related communication and arithmetic. Current ARDMS and/or RVT certification required. Must have current BLS certification.

  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
  • Bending, kneeling and squads for 35% of shift
  • Motor control, manual dexterity, color vision and ability to hear
  • Standing for 75% of shift
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Title Lead Mammography Tech
Categories Radiology Department
Salary $22.49 – $28.53 – $40.56
Start Date 2017-07-10
Department Radiology
Status Part Time w/Benefits
Hours 8 Hour Shift
Job Information

The Mammography Technologist, under the direct supervision of the Radiology Director, performs specialized examinations of the breast to help in the diagnosis and treatment of breast disease in women patients. Mammography Technologist may perform screening exams or diagnostic exams. Experience with Hologic Selenia Dimensions 3D is preferred. Instructs patients to undergo the appropriate positions to get accurate images. Perform high quality digital mammography exams on incoming patients, obtaining images for any areas requested by the physician or radiologist using radiation on the patient if necessary. Keeps track of patient records. Experience in daily QC as a Lead Mammographer is preferred. The technologist will be expected to perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

ARRT and CRT (Radiography, Fluoroscopy and Mammography). A minimum of two (2) plus years’ experience in Mammography.  Must pass BVCHD Radiology Department equipment and procedure orientation. Must have good communication, compassion, dexterity, and hand-eye coordination. Ability to read, write and speak English. Must be able to keep patient information confidential and discuss it only with other medical personnel who are involved in treating the patient.

  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
  • Bending, kneeling and squads for 35% of shift
  • Motor control, manual dexterity, color vision and ability to hear
  • Standing for 75% of shift
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Title Operating Room Technician
Categories Surgery
Salary $18.86 Hourly
Start Date 2017-06-28
Department Surgery
Status Per Diem
Hours 8 Hour Shift
Job Information

Responsible for coordinating and providing care to perioperative patients undergoing surgical procedures.  Will function as a member of the sterile team and is responsible for creating and maintaining a sterile field.  Issue instruments to surgeons in order to provide quality patient care.

Qualifications

High school graduate or equivalent. Graduate from a school of surgical technology or program otherwise acceptable. One year as a Surgical Technologist preferred. Experience using an Electronic Health Record or ability and willingness to learn to use the facility Electronic Health Record (EHR). Current Operating Room Certified Technician (ORCT) or Certified Surgical Technologist (CST). Current CPR required.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Activity                      Percent of Shift

Sitting – 20%
Standing/walking – 80%
Crawling/Climbing – 10%
Bending Over – 60%
Reaching Overhead – 60%
Crouching/Kneeling – 60%
Lifting – As much as 50 lbs – Often
Repetitive Use of Foot Control – Seldom
Repetitive Use of Hands – Seldom
Firm Grasping with Hands – Often
Fine Dexterity with Hands – Often
Operation of Car or other Vehicle – Seldom
Exposure to Dust, Gas, Fumes – Seldom
Exposure to Marked Changes – Seldom
Exposure to Marked Physical
Exertion in excess of 5 minutes – Often

Sensory Requirements:

  • Verbal Articulation
  • Non-Verbal Communication
  • Hearing
  • Sight
  • Smell/Taste
  • Touch
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