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Office Nurse/CMA (FT)

Department: Grayville

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing or CMA program. Current Illinois license as a registered, licensed practical nurse, or CMA license. Current CPR certification. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

The Physician’s Office Nurse assists the provider in the delivery of health care services. . Takes vital signs, assists in a variety of treatments, administers medications, monitors usage, and updates patient records. Uses communication skills to discuss medical related issues and questions with patients and families and makes referrals to other care providers. Participates in patient education, infection control and quality improvement. Prepares exam and treatment rooms with necessary instruments, ensuring cleanliness and sterilization processes have been accomplished. Orders, prepares, and maintains supplies and equipment for treatments. Screens telephone calls for referral to physician, takes phone messages as related to medical questions, and relays messages concerning prescriptions to physician. Performs all diagnostic testing and proficiency testing on equipment and diagnostic materials. Keeps accurate records of testing performed and/or sent to other laboratories. Maintains information on patient’s electronic medical record chart. Advises and assists support personnel in scheduling of tests and treatments. Must be able to accurately and timely complete FMLA/WC forms.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full-time: Day shift, 72-80 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/20/2022

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Primary Care Phone Nurse (FT)

Department: Primary Care Chestnut Street

Minimum Requirements

Current CPR certification. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing skills including physical assessment skills. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

The Phone Nurse acts as the Triage nurse for all incoming phone calls that require nursing attention. Utilizes critical thinking and good judgment in decision making to provide appropriate and safe quality care while maintaining guidelines established by Wabash General Hospital policy and procedures. Has responsibility for communication and assistance to/with providers and patients; demonstrates professional and respectful phone etiquette and communication with both providers and patients. Must be meticulous with timely and accurate documentation into EMR and in all appropriate/applicable templates for every patient that is communicated with. Will be expected to cross train in Physician Office Nurse/ Clinic Nurse duties. Aware of physician practice workflow and hospital resources and patient resources to best meet patient needs. Handles paperwork including but not limited to FMLA, Short Term Disability, and Workers Compensation claims/requests. Follows all policies and procedures as established by WGH for patient care and confidentiality. Follows safe practices for handling toxic substances, infection control, and fire and safety procedures. Must have knowledge and skills necessary to provide service to patients of all ages. Must be able to apply meaningful use or other incentive programs correctly. Must be familiar with using Policy Stat.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full-time: Monday-Friday, 72-80 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/20/2022

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LPN/Certified Medical Assistant/Receptionist (FT)

Department: Oncology

Minimum Requirements

Current CMA certification or working toward certification. Current CPR certification. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. May be required to work any day of the week .

Job Duties

The Certified Medical Assistant is responsible for providing direct and indirect patient care, under the supervision of a physician, to patients who present with urgent, emergent or potential health problems. Services provided by the Medical Assistant will include, but are not limited to, general patient care, assistance with procedures, documentation of activities and patient/family education. Greets, instructs, and directs patients. Obtains demographic, insurance and other information from patients when registering for appointment. Maintains patient records and information, and assists in scheduling and rescheduling appointments. May assist in discharge process from medical office. Will fill in for receptionist during absences and vacation.

Job Type: Full-time, 72-80 hours per pay, 7:45am-4:15pm

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Staff Registered Nurse (PT $2,000 Sign-on Bonus)(FT $4,000 Sign-on Bonus)(PRN)

Department: Emergency Room/Convenient Care

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a professional nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR Certification and ACLS, PALS, and ECRN trained or obtained within 1 year. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

The Registered ER Nurse is responsible for assessing the needs of each patient: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric, using the nursing process. Plans the nursing care needed to meet those needs, including the spiritual, emotional, and physiological needs. Once planned, the RN is responsible to see that the plan of care is carried out through performance and/or leadership of subordinate personnel. The RN provides a range of patient care, including IV lines, catheters, nasal gastric tubes, application of splints and dressings, peripheral blood glucose monitors, O2 setups, cardiac care, and monitoring vital signs. Administers IV, IM and oral medications. Responsible for admission and discharge of patient along with patient and family teaching. Responds to codes and emergencies. Administers quality control, counts narcotics, updates patient charts, stamps card for charges, copies transfer papers, and reports patients’ condition to incoming shift. Notifies supervisor, doctor, and family of change in patient condition.

Job Type: Part-time, 33-71 hours per pay. Full-time, 72 hours per pay. 6pm-6:30 am shift. PRN; less than 32 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (FT)(PRN)

Department: Rehabilitation Services

Minimum Requirements

Graduate from an accredited COTA program and licensed in the State of Illinois to practice occupational therapy. Experience with pediatric patients preferred. May be exposed to infection diseases. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Continual physical activity including lifting, bending, pushing, and pulling.

Job Duties

The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant skillfully and independently performs standardized procedures as directed and assigned by the Occupational Therapist. Provides treatment intervention as ordered by the attending physician under the guidance of an Occupational Therapist to patients of all ages including: infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. The COTA helps maintain department statistics and paperwork; assists patients in exercise, ADLs, functional activities, and orthotic fabrication and adjustments as directed; applies occupational therapy modalities; and assists with cleaning and maintenance of equipment. The COTA must abide by written dress code as described in hospital and departmental policy. They are to maintain patient confidentiality as described in established policy. The COTA must follow policies and procedures as established by Wabash General Hospital. Follows safe practices for handling of toxic substances, infection control, and all fire and safety procedures. The COTA reports any damages or mechanical problems to the Rehabilitation Services Director as soon as a problem is experienced.

Job Type: FT, PRN

Hours: Full-time, 72-80 hours per pay. PRN; less than 32 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Staff Registered Nurse (RN)(PRN)

Department: Surgery

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a professional nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR and ACLS Certification. Must be obtained within 6 months of hire. Ability to communicate (verbally and in writing) and demonstrate problem-solving skills. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. Proof of current coronary care or intensive care training. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Call required. Great deal of walking, lifting, stooping, bending and pushing.

Job Duties

The PACU/SDS RN has responsibilities to perform duties in all areas of the unit: Recovery Room, Major and Minor surgery areas, as well as Same Day Surgery. Using the nursing process, each patient is assessed and a plan of care developed and implemented for patients of all ages, including infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric. Frequent reassessments are required. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to, cleaning, order and stock supplies, admit and discharge patients from surgical suite, collect, label, and deliver pathological specimens if necessary to laboratory, recovery of patients including monitoring vital signs and documenting post-anesthesia care, and cleaning equipment between cases. Also acts as educator preoperatively when discussing case with patient and postoperatively when giving discharge instructions. The PACU/SDS RN is responsible for management of airway (O2, ET tube and suctioning techniques), chest and drainage tubes, catheters (urethral, suprapubic, and 3-way irrigation), IV lines, central lines, administration of blood and blood products, and suction equipment. The PACU/SDS nurse participates in Quality Improvement, Quality Control, narcotic counts, submission of daily charges and statistics, updates chart, reviews test results and understands significance. Maintains complete documentation and is responsible for notifying physician, family, and supervisor of change in patient status. Will assist in pain clinic as needed.

Job Type: PRN

Hours: PRN; less than 32 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/16/2022

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Office RN/LPN/CMA (PT)

Department: Orthopaedics

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Current Illinois license as a registered or licensed practical nurse. Current CPR certification. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

The Physician’s Office Nurse assists the provider in the delivery of health care services. Takes vital signs, assists in a variety of treatments, administers medications, monitors usage, and updates patient records. Uses communication skills to discuss medical related issues and questions with patients and families and makes referrals to other care providers. Participates in patient education, infection control and quality improvement. Prepares exam and treatment rooms with necessary instruments, ensuring cleanliness and sterilization processes have been accomplished. Orders, prepares, and maintains supplies and equipment for treatments. Screens telephone calls for referral to physician, takes phone messages as related to medical questions, and relays messages concerning prescriptions to physician. Performs all diagnostic testing and proficiency testing on equipment and diagnostic materials. Keeps accurate records of testing performed and/or sent to other laboratories. Maintains information on patient’s electronic medical record chart. Advises and assists support personnel in scheduling of tests and treatments. Must be able to accurately and timely complete FMLA/WC forms.

Job Type: PT

Hours: Part-time, 33-71 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Physical Therapist or Physical Therapy Assistant (FT)(PRN)

Department: Rehab Services

Minimum Requirements

Graduated from an APTA approved Physical Therapy Assistant curriculum and licensed by the state of Illinois as a PTA. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. May be required to work both inpatient and outpatient settings, with all populations. Preferred experience with pediatric population. Physical Therapist: Graduate from an accredited PT program and licensed in the State of Illinois to practice physical therapy. May be exposed to infection diseases. Continual physical activity including lifting, bending, pushing, and pulling. Preferred experience with pediatric population.

Job Duties

The Physical Therapist/Physical Therapy Assistant skillfully and independently performs standardized procedures. The PTA is under the supervision of a PT .The PT Provides treatment intervention as ordered by the attending physician, while the PTA does so under the guidance of a Registered Physical Therapist to patients of all ages including: infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.PT/ PTA helps maintain department statistics and paperwork; assists patients in exercise, ambulation, functional activities, and applies assistive devices as directed; applies physical therapy modalities; and assists with cleaning and maintenance of equipment. The Physical Therapy Assistant is under direct supervision of the Physical Therapist. The Physical Therapy Assistant must abide by written dress code as described in hospital and departmental policy. The PT/PTA is to maintain patient confidentiality as described in established policy. The PA/ PTA must follow policies and procedures for patient care as established by Wabash General Hospital. Follows safe practices for handling of toxic substances, infection control, and all fire and safety procedures. The PTA reports any damages or mechanical problems to the Director of Rehab as soon as a problem is experienced.

Job Type: FT, PRN

Hours: FT; Full Time; 72-80 hours per pay. Weekend & holiday rotation. PRN; less than 32 hours per pay. As needed during the week to cover rotating weekends and holidays.

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Staff Nurse LPN/RN (FT) $4,000 Sign-On Bonus

Department: Med/Surg

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR Certification. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. May be required to work any day of the week, including holidays and weekends. *$4,000 sign-on bonus for 2 year commitment.

Job Duties

The Registered Nurse is responsible for assessing the needs of each patient: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric using the Nursing Process. Planning the nursing care needed to meet those needs, including the spiritual, emotional, and physiological needs. The RN is responsible to see that The Plan of Care is carried out through a range of patient care including: IV lines, catheters, feeding tubes, nasal gastric tubes, enemas, hygiene needs, dressing changes, blood glucose monitoring, 02 setups, telemetry, decubitus care, monitoring of vital signs, and assisting with activities of daily living. Administers IV and oral medications. Responsible for admission and discharge of patient along with patient and family teaching. Prepares patients for surgery. Responds to codes and emergencies. Administers quality control; counts narcotics, checks physician orders, updates patient charts, copies transfer papers, checks daily weights, monitors intake/output, and gives accurate report of patient’s condition to oncoming shift. Notifies Supervisor, Physician, and family of changes in patient condition.

Job Type: FT

Hours: FT; 7pm-7am; 72 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 5/16/2022

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Respiratory Therapist (PRN)

Department: Respiratory

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of a Committee on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (COARC) approved program of respiratory care and licensed by the state of Illinois as a Respiratory Care Practitioner. AAS degree required, but Bachelors of Science degree preferred .Registered by the National Board of Respiratory Care (NBRC ) required. Maintain a current CPR card or must obtain a current CPR card within orientation period. Ability to communicate effectively (verbally and written).Clinical experience in all aspects of respiratory care, extensive critical care background preferred .Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job as defined in the job description and physical activities summary .May be exposed to infectious diseases. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Must be able to work under stress caused by patients, families, physicians, and other departments.

Job Duties

The Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) possesses sufficient training and experience to perform respiratory care procedures as prescribed, with limited supervision and in accordance with departmental polices and approved procedures, to patients of all ages, including infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.

The RRT’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to patient assessment and education, administering basic oxygen and aerosol therapy with and/or without medication, chest physiotherapy, positive pressure therapy, bronchial hygiene procedures, instruction of proper breathing exercises, including incentive spirometry and peak flow, coughing techniques and any other scheduled therapy. The RRT will also be responsible for various equipment setups such as croup tent setups and maintenance and mechanical ventilator setups and management. The RRT is also a vital part of the Rapid Response Team, performing CPR and ventilations as required for the situation.

The RRT is also responsible for cardiac diagnostic procedures such as EKGs, holter and cardiac event monitor setups, scanning of raw data, and releasing reports. The RRT also performs other diagnostic respiratory services such as sleep screening, pulmonary functions testing and arterial blood gas collections and interpretations.

Along with the various other duties the RRT will clean, maintain, and troubleshoot all equipment such as the blood gas machine, EKG machine, and all other equipment pertaining to the job duties and property of the Respiratory Care Department. The RRT abides by written dress code as described in hospital and departmental polices, maintains patient confidentiality, and follows policies and procedures for patient care as established by Wabash General Hospital.

Job Type: PRN

Hours: PRN, up to 32 hours per pay

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor $4,000 Sign-on Bonus Eligible (FT)

Department: Wabash Community Health Center

Minimum Requirements

Master's Degree in Counseling or Behavioral Science from an accredited graduate school. Has current licensure as LCSW or LPC. Must meet any applicable state licensure standards. Have CPR certification and CPI Certification. Knowledge of community resources. Demonstrates knowledge, skills and behaviors appropriate to the populations served by the Behavioral Health Unit. Microsoft knowledge/computer proficiency and skills. Excellent communication skills. Effective resource management skills. Ability to communicate with regulatory agencies. Ability to respond to patient/family complaints or concerns. Reading/comprehension of written instructions. Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills. Self-motivated and self-directed and works in a dependable manner. Strong verbal and written skills. Ability to communicate with all customers to accomplish appropriate patient outcomes. Asks questions to identify and ensure accurate interpretation of customer needs. Flexible in adapting to changing situations and overcoming obstacles. Multi-task capability. Tact and diplomacy with others. Effective resource management skills. The employee will be required to perform the following physical activities in the performance of their job duties: Sitting/standing/walking/bending over/twisting/kneeling/stooping/balancing. Reaching Above Shoulder Level-Pushing or Pulling-Reaching Forward and Low Fine-Finger Dexterity. Lifting and carrying. Ability to hear ordinary conversation is required and Vision-Close and Distance-Color and Peripheral. Sign-on bonus payable within the first 90 days.

Job Duties

The LCSW or LCPC provides quality and organized psychotherapy counseling services to children through geriatric population for a variety of mental health conditions. Therapist will provide assessments and treatments and work in conjunction with Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Primary Care Nurse Practitioner to provide a level of care for the "whole" patient. Student loan debt repayment through NHSC is a possibility and application must be submitted by licensed counselor on their own behalf and approved by NHSC. *$4,000 Sign-on bonus for 2-year commitment

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full Time; 72-80 hours per pay. Mon-Fri. Day shift, no on call or holidays.

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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Licensed Primary Therapist/Social Worker (PRN)

Department: Senior Enrichment Center

Minimum Requirements

Master's Degree in Counseling or Behavioral Science from an accredited graduate school. Has current licensure as LCSW or LPC. Two to three years of clinical experience with older persons, and hospital or nursing home experience preferred. Must meet any applicable state licensure standards. Have CPR certification, CPI Certification, and First Aid Certification. Knowledge of community resources. Demonstrates knowledge, skills and behaviors appropriate to the populations served by the Behavioral Health Unit. Microsoft knowledge/computer proficiency. Excellent communication skills. Effective resource management skills.

Reading/comprehension of written instructions. Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills. Self-motivated and self-directed and works in a dependable manner. Computer skills. The employee will be required to perform the following physical activities in the performance of their job duties: Sitting/standing/walking/bending over/twisting/kneeling/stooping/balancing. Reaching Above Shoulder Level-Pushing or Pulling-Reaching Forward and Low Fine-Finger Dexterity. Lifting and carrying. Ability to hear ordinary conversation is required and Vision-Close and Distance-Color and Peripheral.

Job Duties

The Primary Therapist provides quality and organized psychotherapy for identified clients and families, with special emphasis on treatment and discharge planning needs. Maintain accurate and up-to-date knowledge of all relevant regulations and standards regarding the provision of services and of the implementation of treatment and discharge planning. They demonstrate professionalism in all aspects of performance. Responsibilities include: Strong verbal and written skills and public speaking abilities. Ability to effectively communicate with all customers to accomplish appropriate patient outcomes, ability to communicate with Regulatory agencies, and ability to respond to patient/family complaints or concerns. Employee may be exposed to patients with infections and communicable diseases and patients with aggressive behaviors.

Job Type: PRN

Hours: PRN; Varies as needed.

Date Posted: 5/13/2022

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