Specialists (Clinical and Non-Clinical)
Pulmonary Clinic (Rancho Mirage)
8 Hour Shift
Rancho Mirage, CA
Job Objective: A brief overview of the position.
The position is responsible for performing duties consistent with accurate patient care activity within the scope of licensure, maintaining a quality of standard care, anticipating daily workload, prioritizing activities and coordinating the workload of the clinic(s).
Clinic Manager, Director or Chief Administrative Officer
Clinical and Office Staff
Ages of Patients
Blood Borne Pathogens
Required: Graduation from an Accredited LVN program
Required: Current California LVN licensure, American Heart Association BLS
Required: 1 to 2 years experience in the area of specialty or in area of higher acuity
Preferred: 1 to 2 years leadership experience
Demonstrates compliance with Code of Conduct and compliance policies, and takes action to resolve compliance questions or concerns and report suspected violations.
Performs clinical care and gives patient care as required for volumes of patients presenting.
Assists physicians, so that appropriate preparation, examination and diagnostic testing occur without error and without delay.
Ensures accurate documentation of all patient care activity.
Provides timely and appropriate discharge instructions to patients.
Performs patient callbacks with information about test results or for quality customer service.
Administers medication within the scope of practice.
Maintains communication and resolves issues regarding clinic activities.
Supervises all activities related to the daily management of the patient flow.
Ensures the assignment of appropriately qualified staff for the patients based on clinic activity and volumes.
Assigns and maintains optimum staffing in order to maximize patient flow.
Communicates with medical staff, patients, families, ancillary departments and others.
Demonstrates prioritization and decision-making skills with regard to daily activities for clinic.
Demonstrates effective problem solving techniques for daily situations.
Responds to staff concerns in a timely manner.
Serves as a clinical and administrative resource for staff.
Investigates family, patient or physician complaints and reports unsolved problems to appropriate leadership.
Interacts with medical staff and other hospital departments to ensure that patient concerns are addressed.
Monitors quality of care given in all areas.
Monitors productivity of clinic staff.
Utilizes staff downtime effectively to do chart review, department duties, and patient follow-up.
Interprets, explains and applies policies and procedures and standards of care.
Ensures adherence to Joint Commission, California and Federal standards.
Provides input to performance evaluations on time.
Facilitates staff orientation and development for the department. Initiates educational opportunities.
Assists in control of expenditures within the department.
Ensures cleanliness and maintenance of the clinic adjacent areas and implements appropriate actions to keep physical plant up to standard.
Reports equipment problems and assists to monitor repair and return to use.
Performs scribe duties if applicable.