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Fort Washington Medical Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.  We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, disability status, or any other status protected by federal, state and/or local laws.

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Admitting Officer
Department: Admitting
Category: Administrative and Support Services
Date Posted: 03/27/2019
Status: Full & Part Time
Ensure that all legal documents are dated , signed, and the time(s) is included on all appropriate pages to include outpatient and surgical patients Validate and verify all insurance benefits, coverage and eligibility using the verification system used by the hospital. Directly responsible for proper execution of admissions based on the Admission Reservation Form to include transfer and discharge of patients. Adhere to proper hospital policy and procedures pertaining to patient's personal items to include clothing and valuable items. Collect co-payments and other related payments at time of registration. Payments must be documented in the hospital system and all patients must receive a receipt. Ability to perform basic math functions pertaining to collecting co-payments from patients. Monies must be secured.
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Monitor Tech
Department: MEDICAL SURGICAL & ICU/CCU
Category: Allied Health
Date Posted: 03/27/2019
Status: Part Time
The Monitor Technician monitors patients’ EKG waveforms, rhythms, and vital signs in a centralized monitoring station. The Monitor Technician provides the nurses and physicians with precise analysis of cardiac rhythms through oral communication and written documentation. The Monitor Technician detects abnormal pattern variances and notifies the charge and primary nurse immediately.
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Radiographer/Mammographer
Department: Radiology
Category: Allied Health
Date Posted: 04/26/2019
Status: Full Time
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Operating Room- Registered Nurse
Department: Operating Room
Category: Nursing
Date Posted: 06/12/2019
Status: Part Time
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Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse
Department: Medical-Surgical
Category: Nursing
Date Posted: 12/11/2018
Status: Full Time, Part Time
The Medical Surgical Department Registered Nurse is responsible for the total nursing care of assigned patients. He or she utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, and implement age appropriate interventions to adult, and geriatric patients.
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Emergency Room Registered Nurse
Department: Emergency
Category: Nursing
Date Posted: 12/11/2018
Status: Full Time
The Emergency Department Registered Nurse is responsible for the total nursing care of assigned patients. He or she utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, and implement age appropriate interventions to adult, and geriatric patients
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Social Worker
Department: Case Management
Category: Clinical Support
Date Posted: 07/26/2019
Status: Full Time
Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions**): 1. Assess patients for and identifies patients with post-acute care needs and risk for readmission 2. Determine discharge plan of care based on patient clinical, psychosocial, DME needs, and payer allowances or patient financial resources 3. Educate patient/guardian/caregiver discharge care needs and provide appropriate options. Collaborates with patient/family/caregiver to determine facility or agency for transitional/post-op care 4. Collaborate with other members of the health care team to coordinate the most effective discharge planning for the patient, (e.g., physician, nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, dietary, respiratory, pharmacy, admission office, etc.) 5. Enhance or restore patients capacity for social and psychosocial functioning. Promote optimal social functioning of the patient and family in adapting to the care plan 6. Affirm the worth and dignity of the individual client as well as mutual responsibility in decision making 7. Promote client self-determination by assuring client involvement in planning and implementation of services 8. Keep the interest of the client as the focus of all case management activities; and 9. Assure appropriate confidentiality of client information. 10. Facilitates patient transfer to appropriate level of care: a) LTAC - Long-term Acute Care Facility; b) Acute or Sub-acute Rehab; c) Long-term care b) Home with Home Health Care services c) Outpatient Care Clinics or Services 11. Social Work findings and plan of care will be documented in the progress notes of the patient’s medical record and available for interdisciplinary communication. Provides counseling to victims of abuse as requested. 12. Responsible for interacting with patients from Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric age groups
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RN Case Manager
Department: Case Management
Category: Clinical Support
Date Posted: 07/26/2019
Status: Full Time
Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions**): 1. Performs initial and ongoing concurrent Medical Record Review, using approved Acute Care Criteria, to determine medically necessary evidenced based care, appropriateness of assigned level of care, expected/clinical outcomes, appropriate utilization of resources, and early anticipation of discharge or transitional care needs for all Observation and Acute-care patients. 2. Assesses for barriers to Discharge and collaborated with patient/family/caregiver, healthcare team, and community resources to develop a safe and timely discharge. 3. Interfaces with insurance companies and other third party payers and provides timely clinical information needed to support acute level of care or need for transitional care 4. Communicates with physicians clinical findings that may not support level of care or treatment plan 5. Communicates with physicians, the appropriateness of level of care based of Acute Care Criteria and make recommendations for transition to next level of care 6. As patient advocate, collaborate with other members of the health care team (e.g., physician, nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, dietary, respiratory, pharmacy, admissions office, and consultant Social Worker etc.) to coordinate the most effective timely, quality, evidenced based and financially responsible acute and transitional care for patient. 7. Evaluate and plan for the psychosocial, clinical, spiritual and financial impact of illness on patients and families. Facilitate support services as indicated in accordance with payer allowances or patient financial resources.
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Dietary Aide
Department: Dietary
Category: Administrative and Support Services
Date Posted: 12/11/2018
Status: Part Time
Responsible for preparation and portioning of food items for patient meals. Tray assembly, breakdown after meals. Cafeteria responsibilities include: serving customers, cleaning tables and work areas, and proper sanitation. Work is performed under standard procedures requiring mostly repetitive decisions.