Social Worker - Full-Time
Exempt position. Provides assessment, planning, consulting, education and referral services to Gundersen Moundview Hospital and Clinics patients and family members. Acts as a consultant and leader in comprehensive care throughout the hospital and clinics while supporting organizational strategies and goals.
- Bachelor's degree in social work required with social worker certification
- Minimum of one-three years work experience in social services in a hospital, medical clinic, county social services agency or nursing home required
Abilities and Knowledge:
- Have a broad range of interests including concerns for personal, organization and community environment.
- Develop additional knowledge by attending workshops and seminars.
- Appreciate people whose values, goals, and cultures are different from your own.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Communicate with ease on a professional level
- Work independently; self-disciplined
- Reach sound logical conclusions based on information at hand; good judgment and decision-making skills
- Able to manage conflict
- Knowledge of legal and regulatory standards
- Work cooperatively with a wide variety of people
- Demonstrate a professional attitude in regard to motivation, cooperation, flexibility. Confidentiality, ethics, and personal development
- Use listening skills to identify important information in oral communication to provide excellent customer service to people both inside and outside the organization
- Perceive and respond sensitivity to the needs of others
- Operate computer and efficient with patient record system and EMR
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Works in collaboration with interdisciplinary team and community health professionals to sensitize and educate health care providers to the social and emotional aspects of the patient’s illness.
- Works with health care professionals to identify potential patients through screenings, consultation, and referrals including educations regarding varying levels of health care, community resources, advance directives and legal proceedings.
- Uses case management skills to help patients and their families address and problem solve the social, financial care, community resources, advanced directive, legal proceedings and role of their health care tam members.
- Helps patients and families adjust to hospital admission; possible role changes; emotional/social responses to illness and treatment.
- Empowers patients and families to communicate with one another and members of the health care team and advocate for their own needs.
- Utilizes knowledge and resources to assure appropriate treatment of identified problems and to assist with patient and family referrals.
- Provide emergency assessment and crisis intervention for the patient and family in collaboration with other healthcare professionals and community partners.
- Provides daily review and documentation of the intervention with the patient/family in the electronic medical record and other forms/screens as dictated by the accepting agency or patient specifics needs.
- Collects and documents statistical data on case type and develops reports required to be maintained by the health system; with assistance from administrative staff reports to appropriate federal and or state regulatory agencies; presents report to colleagues, management and leadership for identification of problem areas.
- Conducts self in accordance with NASW Ethics and Code of Conduct towards internal and external customers.
- Performs other job-related responsibilities.
Dietary Aide/Cook - Casual
Under the general supervision of the Dietary Director, and in accordance with hospital policies and procedures, assumes responsibility for the preparation of food for patients and employees, assume responsibility for the preparation of trays for the patients and employees, and perform related duties. The patient population served is compromised of adolescent, adult, and geriatric age groups.
High School diploma or GED is required.
Prior institutional food service experience is preferred.
Certified Medical Assistant - Full Time, Family Clinic
Works under the supervision of the Director of Clinic Operations, physician, or mid-level, and in accordance with Hospital policies, is responsible for patient care duties, including assisting physicians or mid-level practitioners with procedures and performing laboratory testing as requested. Patient population consists of male and female, neonates, pediatrics, adults and geriatrics. Responsible for office clerical duties including maintaining medical records and following HIPAA standards.
- Graduate from an accredited Medical Assistant Program
- Participates in continuing education and inservice programs
- Practices within scope of training and education
Housekeeper - Casual
Under the supervision of the Housekeeping Manager, this position performs all assigned duties to ensure the health and safety of patients, visitors, and employees by providing a clean, safe, orderly, comfortable, and attractive environment with minimal interference to others.
- High School diploma or equivalent is required.
- Minimum of two years prior experience in hospital or other healthcare environment is preferred.
Emergency Department Manager - Full-Time
In collaboration with the Director of Nursing, the Emergency Department Nursing Manager assumes responsibility for the planning, organization, and delivery of nursing care to all ER patients and their families. This position is administratively responsible for the coordination, direction, implementation, and evaluation of the assigned areas. The manager assesses plans, directs, coordinates, and evaluates the delivery of care.
The ED Nursing Manager provides leadership in a manner consistent with Gundersen Moundview's mission, values, ethical directives, and established policies and procedures. The manager plays a fundamental, active role in the ongoing management of the trauma, injury prevention, stroke and emergency/disaster management programs.
The ED Nursing Manager is responsible for the organization of services and systems necessary to provide a multidisciplinary approach to care of the ER patient. The manager works in close collaboration and interaction with all members of the trauma and stroke teams and the ER Medical Director. In addition the manager will function in a patient care capacity for the assigned areas in order to maintain clinical skill, provide support during increases in census and respond to staffing shortages as deemed necessary. The manager will assume responsibility for EHR management including Meaningful Use objectives and NHQM. The manager will also monitor staff documentation, providing feedback and coaching.
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing required
- Management experience or minimum five years ER experience preferred
- Valid and current Wisconsin Registered Nursing license
- BLS, ACLS, ENPC, TNCC required within one year of hire
- Advance Trauma Care for Nurses Certification preferred.
Physical Therapist - Full Time
Coordinates and administers Physical Therapy care to patients which involves assessment of the patient's physical and psychosocial needs; planning development and implementation of a multidisciplinary plan of care; and evaluation of the patient's response to care.
- Graduate from an accredited program for Physical Therapy.
- Current licensure as a physical therapist in the State of Wisconsin.
- CPR certification or ability to obtain within three months.
- No physical therapy work experience required.
Dispensing Optician - Full Time
Make a difference in the lives of patients by beginning a career in Gundersen Health System's new Optometry Clinic in Moundview Hospital. The Dispensing Optician works with doctors, assistants, technicians, managers, and other department personnel to provide professional eyeglasses dispensing services.
- 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday
- One year experience as a Dispensing Optician or work in Ophthalmic fields, or customer service related work required
- High school diploma or equalency required
- This is a Gundersen Health System position located in Moundview Hospital. Link to Apply online www.gundersenhealth.org/Careers
Ophthalmic Technician 1 - Full Time
This is a new opportunity at Gundersen Health System's new Optometry Clinic in Moundview Hospital. The Ophthalmic Technician is responsible for providing quality ophthalmic patient care under the direction of an Ophthalmologist or Optometrist in accord with standard organizational policies and procedures. Provides technical assistance to the eye practice increasing appointment availability.
- 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
- Two years of relevant work experience required
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- This is a Gundersen Health System position located in Moundview Hospital. Link to apply online www.gundersenhealth.org/Careers
RN: Emergency Department - Full Time
A registered nurse with demonstrated clinical skills who plans, directs and coordinates patient care and nursing activities in the department on a particular tour of duty. Prepared to service a potential patient population consisting of male and female, pediatrics, adolescents, adult, geriatrics, with majority of patients being in adult and geriatric age.
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
- Current Wisconsin Licensure with renewal as directed by the State.
- ACLS, TNCC and ENPC Certifications
- Two years ER and/or ICU experience preferred
RN: ED/MedSurg/Surgery - Full Time Float
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing. Current Wisconsin Liscensure with renewal as directed by the State of Wisconsin. ACLS, TNCC, ENPC certification required within one year of employment.
Minimum one year experience required.
Medical Imaging Manager - Full Time
Under the direction of the medical imaging administrative director with limited supervision and general directions, performs administrative duties of management within the department and is responsible for directing the day-to-day departmental activities, technologist staff and ancillary personnel. The areas of direct responsibility are diagnostic, bone density, file room, mammography, computer tomography, nuclear medicine, echocardiogram, MRI and ultrasound.
- Bachelor of science degree or graduate of American Medical Association Council of Education Program in Radiology technology required. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of formal education.
- Certification by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists required.
- Current State of Wisconsin Radiographer license required.
- Five - seven years of clinical or equivalent healthcare experience demonstrating leadership skills.
- One year of management experience desired.
Respiratory Therapist - Casual
Responsible for the administration of respiratory therapy, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation as per the policies and procedures of the Cardiopulmonary Department for the purpose of achieving desired patient outcomes. Other responsibilities include patient assessment, equipment maintenance and documentation of procedures in the Electronic Health Record (EHR).
- Graduate of an accredited program for Respiratory Therapy education.
- Certified or registered by the National Board of Respiratory Care (NBRC)
- Current license to practice respiratory care (RCP) in the State of Wisconsin
Speech Therapist - Part-Time