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Current job vacancies will be listed below. The list will be updated as information is available. Please contact us at (315) 823-5384 with questions. Job applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Part time day position
Arranges for the efficient and orderly admission of inpatients and registration of individuals who have hospital based outpatient testing or procedures. Ensures that the patient information is collected and that patients are aware of hospital policies and procedures. Will meet the communication needs of the patient/family, departmental staff and medical staff. Interviews incoming patient or representatives and enters information required for admission into computer database. Distributes appropriate information to ancillary departments. Will float to different patient care units as necessary (ie. Primary Care Clinics & Radiology, PT Registration and OR Registration.
Maintains regulatory agency requirements, nursing and hospital policies, procedures and standards. Participates in performance improvement activities.Education-High School Graduate or equivalent with previous experience preferred.
Part time day position
Processes and reviews discharged patient records of inpatients, observation, ambulatory surgery and swing bed patients for completeness in compliance with the JCAHO standards, state, CMS and COBRA requirements. Assigns and/completes deficiencies as necessary. Preps, scans and indexes all loose papers. Assists in answering phones and processing medical record requests as needed. High School graduate or equivalent with 2 or more years of similar previous hospital experience.
Per diem position to include day/evening hours with variable weekends.
Performs venipunctures and skin punctures competently and expediently. Has thorough knowledge of test requirements, assists in Clinical Laboratory as needed. Performs specimen collection on adult and pediatric patients including venous, capillary, and blood culture collections. Orders laboratory tests in the Laboratory Information System, processes, files requisitions, and distributes reports as needed. Follows all hospital and laboratory policies and procedures, including standard precautions. High school graduate or equivalent. Medical Assistant or Phlebotomy certification preferred, or else eighty (80) hours of training in the proper procedures to be employed in the performance of phlebotomy under the supervision of trained staff.
Full time day position
Accountable for conversion of diagnoses and treatment procedures into codes using an international classification of diseases. Requires skill in the sequencing of diagnoses/procedures to optimize reimbursement. Ensures that records are abstracted and coded in an accurate and timely manner.
- Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) preferred or eligible candidate may be considered.
- Certification as one of the following Certified Coding Associate (CCA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS, CCS-P) preferred.
- 3 or more years of previous hospital experience as a Coder.
- Knowledge of diagnoses/procedures in accordance with ICD-9-CM, ICD10 and CPT 4 coding principles for inpatient and outpatient settings.
- Ability to work with physicians in a collaborative manner.
Per diem positions day/evening/night shifts to include variable weekends
Safety attendants are utilized as part of the hospital’s effort to promote patient safety and reduce patient injuries. Safety Attendants are employees trained to provide direct observation, frequent re-orientation, verbal reminders and companionship to patients with identified risks to safety and to alert nursing personnel of patient needs. This program supplements nursing strategies for alternatives to the use of restraints, the prevention of patient injuries. High School Graduate or equivalent with a completion of a certified nursing assistant program. Current BLS certification is required.
Full time day position
Responsible for providing primary healthcare to patients and families, focusing on health maintenance, disease prevention, patient education and counseling. Will work under the direct supervision of a physician following established guidelines as required and within established scope of practice. Education: Current Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner in Family Health licensure in the State of New York required. Masters degree from an accredited Nurse Practitioner's Program with a National Certification as a Nurse Practitioner or certification eligible. Certification must be obtained within the first six (6) months of employment. Current BCLS, ACLS and PALS certification is required.