Clinical Coordinator Orthopedics FT Days Gordon Hospital
Gordon Hospital is a 69-bed community hospital that is a member of Adventist Health System, the largest not-for-profit Protestant healthcare system in the world. We provide high quality, personalized and compassionate care to its patients and community. Through our dedication to safety, rigorous self-assessment, performance improvement, corporate integrity, and service management, we are committed to being the pre-eminent provider of acute inpatient and outpatient healthcare services for the residents of Calhoun, Gordon County, and surrounding areas.
The (CC) reports to the Director of Surgical services. The overall goal of the Clinical Coordinator (CC) is to facilitate an evidenced based, multidisciplinary, multi-specialty approach to care continuum for Orthopedic elective surgery patients. The (CC) overseas the design as needed of patient education and evidenced based standards of clinical care and the post discharge rehabilitation care. The (CC) gathers, records, and evaluates program data and uses this data in establishing program goals with the oversight of the Director of Surgery. This position is accountable for the ongoing monitoring of program quality, growth, and assistance with program marketing needs. The CC actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are respectful to all.
- Optimally provides and manages the delivery of patient care, documenting appropriately and accurately on the OASIS/Assessment and visit tools so that the Adverse Outcomes Report does not reflect quality of care issues and proper reimbursement is obtained while complying with all department policies, procedures, practices and standards of care.
- Communicates patient’s rehabilitation status with other health care professionals to facilitate interdisciplinary continuity of care and appropriate discharge planning.
- Identifies continuing educational opportunities for resolution of knowledge deficits and/or for professional growth, demonstrates the ability to evaluate suggestions and criticisms objectively and whenever necessary undertakes to change his/her behavior or seek further guidance.
- Establishes professional goals in collaboration with supervisor annually and demonstrates compliance with an action plan to remediate deficiencies in performance identified by supervisor.
- A minimum of an Associate’s Degree
- GA license required
- BLS Required