Appalachian Regional Healthcare

  • Vascular Patient Care Manager

    Job Locations US-KY-Hazard
    Posted Date 6 months ago(5/15/2018 9:33 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-9758
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Business Professional
    Community
    ARH HAZARD-ARH REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    Cardio Vascular Unit
    Shift
    Day Shift
  • Overview

    The Vascular Patient Care Manager is responsible for the overall effective performance of the department in providing quality vascular procedures and patient care, while assisting with the outpatient and inpatient diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease and other related issues.

    Responsibilities

    • Accountability for the strategic integration and oversight of vascular operations
    • Assumes responsibility, management and reporting of quality standards for vascular services
    • Performance improvement – meets safety, risk and regulatory requirements and utilizes process improvement principles to assess and improve the quality of the service/care provided within the vascular/cath lab department
    • Recommend, implement and evaluate plans, education and systems that assure sufficient number of qualified and competent staff to provide vascular care/services
    • Responsible for the management of all cath lab supply inventory
    • Responsible for throughout management - collaborating with all facility stakeholders to coordinate and facilitate cath lab patient throughput
    • Validates staff competency in the provision of vascular patient care.
    • Extremely knowledgeable about field and adept at serving a wide spectrum of patients

    Qualifications


    Education
    Kentucky Licensed radiologic technologist.
    Certification in Vascular Intervention Preferred
    CPR and ACLS


    Minimum Work
    Experience
    With at least 3 years of experience in vascular work

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