Medical Technologist, Half-Time

Medical Technologist, Half-Time

The Ocean Beach Hospital is a 15 bed not-for-profit Critical Access Hospital located on the rural Long Beach Peninsula. The Long Beach Peninsula is home to a new national park, two historic lighthouses, renowned restaurants, cranberry bogs, and oyster farms and is saturated with natural beauty and history, art shops, horseback riding, and fishing charters; it makes for an area with something for everyone.

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and subspecialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Records. We offer general surgery, orthopedics, total joint replacements, and eye surgery. As a team player, the ability to manage self and work with all departments in a professional and courteous manor is necessary.

Generalist Medical Technologist is responsible for all aspects of the laboratory (BC LH 750, AcT Diff, Siemens RXL w/ Loci, ACL Elite, BB Gel, Microscan, Bactec 9050, Opti CCA-ST blood gas and phlebotomy) performing moderate and high complex level testing. This includes working in the Microbiology section and responsibility for Quality Control, Preventive Maintenance and all aspects of Testing.
Qualifications include BS in Medical Technology or AS in Medical Laboratory Technology and successful completion of ASCP or equivalent certification. Must obtain State of Washington Medical Assistance License within 3 months of hire.

Reports to: Ancillary Services/Laboratory Manager
Status: Half-Time ( 20 – 39 hours per week)
Shift: Float/TBD
Location: Ocean Beach Hospital

Clinical System Specialist, Full-Time

Clinical System Specialist, Full-Time

Do you enjoy the challenge of implementing new systems? Are you the go-to person in your company for the most challenging tech support issues? Do you enjoy working leading and/or working on a cross functional team? Do you enjoy solving new and interesting problems? If so, we’d like to hear from you.

The Ocean Beach Hospital is a 25 bed licensed Critical Access Hospital. We need someone with experience on a medium sized network that is motivated to take the initiative and own the Clinical Application support of our IT operations. We are looking for someone with a passion for a good challenge to embrace this exciting opportunity!

The Clinical Systems Specialist serves as the primary clinical operations & IT resource for ongoing support of the Practice Management and EMR Applications. The specialist coordinates and facilitates application system implementations and upgrades for information systems supporting patient care functions. The specialist works with user teams to optimize clinic processes and procedures making use of applicable system tools and features which includes the development of training plans. The specialist provides input to and assists in development of usage policies and best practices. The specialist resolves incidents and issues reported by users.

The specialist serves as a core member of the clinical operations and IT team to ensure that users are supported in their interactions with the system and patients. Internally, the specialist serves as the liaison among application users and IT for all application issues, usage policies, best practices and training. Externally, the specialist serves as the liaison between the organization and application vendors the practice management and EMR applications and related tools.

Education/Experience/Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree or certificate in Medical Informatics, Computer Information Systems, Business Administration, or clinical discipline preferred. A combination of experience and education may be considered in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree. 2 years of clinical experience in a patient care setting, and 2-3 years experience with systems implementation and support preferred. RN preferred.
• Two or more years of experience in a medical setting with experience utilizing an Electronic Medical Record and/or other clinical information system.
• Experience configuring and maintaining systems preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required:
• Understanding of ambulatory practice patterns and workflow in a hospital and clinic setting.
• Ability to understand how systems are used by physicians, clinical teams, scheduling teams and billing teams
• Understands reporting requirements of hospitals and clinics
• Understands billing needs of hospitals and clinics
• Professional attitude and appearance
• Demonstrated ability to establish and build strong relationships across a broad range of personality types
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with clinical and information technology personnel verbally and in writing
• Experience with practice management and EMR applications preferred
• Demonstrated customer orientation
• Excellent leadership and teaching abilities
• Demonstrated project management experience
• Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

Immediate Supervisor: Chief Executive Officer
Type: Full Time, non-exempt
Shift: Generally work is during daytime hours, but evening and or night time work occasionally is required to support projects, particularly during implementation. This position rotates call within the Department.
Salary: TBD based on education and experience

Benefits include but are not limited to: Health, Dental, and Vision coverage upon meeting eligibility requirements. Five weeks of paid time off, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, Employer Paid Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, and several available supplemental insurance plans.

Lab Assistant/Phlebotomist, Full-Time

Lab Assistant/Phlebotomist, Full-Time

The Lab Assistant performs phlebotomy on all age groups and collects body fluid sampled from patients for analysis. Clear documentation and record keeping skills are a must. The Lab Assistant must provide superior customer service with patients, staff, and providers by exhibiting a courteous and respectful manner on a daily basis. OBH promotes EPIC values and customer service. We require Excellence, Partnership, Integrity, and Compassion from all of our staff members.

Assists Laboratory staff by preparing appropriate paperwork for completion of laboratory tests; answers telephones; filing patient orders, faxing results, entering orders into Hospital Information System, and may assist with patient preparation according to departmental policies and procedures. Laboratory Assistant may perform waived testing after proving competency. Performs all other assigned tasks as required.

Requirements and Minimum qualifications:
High school diploma or GED required. Six months experience, nationally recognized certification preferred, and experience with Healthland information system preferred. Must have Washington State Medical Assistant – Phlebotomy License within 3 months of hire.

Reports to: Ancillary Services Manager
Status: Full Time
Shift: Typically Monday – Friday from noon to 8:30pm and a rotating Saturday per month.
Location: Ocean Beach Hospital – Laboratory

Health Care Access Associate, Half-Time

Health Care Access Associate, Half-Time (20 – 39 hours)

Job Summary:
Health Care Access Associates are responsible for ensuring the Admitting standards of customer service align with our Values of Excellence, Partnership, Integrity, and Compassion by acting as a liaison between the Hospital and the patients, the general public, and the medical community. They are primarily responsible for completing an efficient and organized registration, admission and insurance verification of all inpatients and outpatients. Excellent customer service skills are crucial in this role, as the Health Care Access Associates must ensure that accurate information is collected, that they are always sensitive to the confidentiality of this information, and that patients are aware of their rights as determined by HIPAA regulations and company policy.
Health Care Access Associates are responsible for identifying areas for process improvement and developing recommendations for solutions, resolving customer service issues, conducting analysis for the department as necessary and performing other specific job duties as required.

Education/Experience/Minimum Qualifications: 2 years of previous registration or Health Care experience is preferred. Ability to understand and solve complex problems dealing with governmental entitlement programs, commercial insurance requirements, contractual obligations, and reporting requirements. Knowledge and understanding of the current trends in insurance billing and other third party reimbursement issues.

Embraces the Ocean Beach Hospital & Medical Clinic Values of Excellence, Partnership, Integrity, and Compassion. Experience in efficiently using a computer and accurately entering data. CPR certification required within 6 months of hire. Experience in a leadership role is preferred.

While not required, education or certifications in the following areas are helpful: Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) through the National Association of Healthcare Access Management (NAHAM), Completion of a medical terminology course, and Bilingual – Spanish preferred.

Reports to: Admitting Manager
Status: Half-time up to 39 hours
Shift: Weekends, mostly swing shift (1:30pm – 10:00pm) but flexible to work during the week. Current Department hours are from 6:00am – 10:00pm.

Physical Therapy Assistant, Half-Time under 20 hours

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and subspecialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and has recently implemented an Electronic Medical Records.

Our mission is to deliver compassionate patient focused care to the community. The Physical Therapy Assistant works under a Physical Therapist and is primarily responsible for assisting in preparing patients for treatments and performing selected treatments under the direction of a state-licensed physical therapist. The Physical Therapy Assistant ensures that standards of customer service align with our Values of Excellence, Partnership, Integrity, and Compassion by acting as a liaison between the department and the patient, the general public, and the medical community. The Physical Therapy Assistant participates in community outreach programs as requested and performs all duties in a manner that promotes team concepts and reflects the Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinic’s mission.

Excellent customer service skills are crucial in this role. Physical Therapy Assistants are responsible for identifying areas for process improvement and developing recommendations for solutions, resolving customer service issues, conducting analysis for the department as necessary and performing other specific job duties as required.

Education/Experience/Minimum Qualifications:
• Current Physical Therapist Assistant license through the State of Washington.
• Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Certification required within 6 months.
• One year of clinical experience in a healthcare setting preferred.

Reports to: Physical Therapist& Chief Nursing Officer
Status: Half-time up to 19 hours per week. Accrues Paid Time Off but is not eligible for benefits.
Shift: Typically Day shift on Fridays and Saturdays OR Mondays and Saturdays with flexibility to work during the week.

Cook, Full-Time

Cook

Position Summary:

Cooks are responsible for ensuring that the Dietary standards of customer service align with out Values of Excellence, Partnership, Integrity, and Compassion by acting as a liaison between the Hospital and the patients, the general public, and the medical community. They are primarily responsible for providing quick and efficient service to customers. This includes but is not limited to greeting customers, taking food/beverage orders in person and by phone, ringing the order into the register, and preparing and serving orders. Assembling and serving orders, checking them for completeness and accuracy, packaging orders for on-premise or take out, collecting payments from customers, making change and maintaining the cleanliness of the department.

Excellent customer service skills are crucial in this role. Must be able to use email and use an internet based education system. Must have the ability to work with people in a pro-active and constructive manner. Must be able to correctly prepare diets to physician’s orders. Cooks are responsible for identifying areas for process improvement and developing recommendations for solutions, resolving customer service issues, conducting analysis for the department as necessary and performing other specific job duties as required.

Requirements:
• Active Food & Beverage permit
• Must have CRP certification within 6 months of hire and maintain certification.

Reports To: Dietitian/Dietary Manager
Status: Full-Time
Shift: Days and shifts will vary
Location: Ocean Beach Hospital

Licensed Practical Nurse or Medical Assistant, Full-Time Medical Clinic

Clinic Licensed Practical Nurse or Medical Assistant

The Ocean Beach Hospital values are Excellence, Partnership, Integrity, and Compassion and we expect excellent customer service from all of our staff members.

The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and subspecialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Record in our Medical Clinic.

Position Summary / Qualifications:

The ability to multitask and balance working independently but in a team environment is necessary. A compassionate attitude toward patients and the ability to communicate with staff and patients in a friendly, caring and professional manner is expected.
This position requires the LPN or MA to be able to operate an ECG machine and other equipment within the clinic. Must be able to be on their feet and moving at a fast pace and have the flexibility to adjust as needed to fill gaps in staffing at any given time. A positive and friendly attitude as well as being a team player is expected. Accurate vital signs and the ability to multitask is a must.

Requirements:
• Currently licensed as a License Practical Nurse or Medical Assistant in the State of Washington
• Current CPR card
• Previous multi-specialty clinic experience, phlebotomy, and referrals/prior authorization experience preferred.

Immediate Supervisor: Clinic Manager
Type: Full Time
Shift: Days – Monday – Friday
Location: Ocean Beach Medical Clinic

RN, Per Diem

Department: Med/Surg

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and subspecialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Records.

Position Summary / Qualifications:

The ability to multitask and balance working independently but in a team environment is required. A compassionate attitude toward patients is required. Your ability to communicate with staff and patients in a friendly, caring and professional manner is required.

This position requires you to be on your feet and moving at a fast pace. A positive and friendly attitude as well as being a team player is a must. This position requires the nurse to work in any nursing position, including Charge Nurse,as appropriate.  The days and assignments may vary depending on the week.  You must be abile to manage staff and work with all departments in a professional and courteous manner.  The position may be required to cover the Floor, Emergency Room, Float, Chemotherapy and Outpatients.  Patients triage and the ability to multitask is a must.  During the shift you will need to take direction from the Charge Nurse on duty while working in various positions.  As the Charge Nurse, you will take direction from the Clinical Nurse Manager.  The person in this position will need to be flexible and able to change direction to fill in where needed at any given time. 

You must be a Registered Nurse with current WA license.  One year minimum RN experience required, ACLS and CPR, PALS and TEAM or TNCC certification within in six months of hire.  Past Charge Nurse, Med/Surg, Chemo, ER and Triage experience preferred, able to work well independently as well as a team.  Good professional communication skills, both written and verbal, is a must.

Immediate Supervisor:Clinical Nurse Manager

Type: Per Diem

Shift:Days and shifts may vary

Location:Ocean Beach Hospital

Continuously Accepting Applications

Certified Medical Assistant/Certified Nursing Assistant, On-Call

Certified Medical Assistant/Certified Nursing Assistant

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and sub-specialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Records.

This position is located in the Medical Clinic. We offer general surgery, orthopedics, total joint replacements, and eye surgery. As a team player, the ability to manage self and work with all departments in a professional and courteous manor is necessary. This position requires you to be on your feet and moving at a fast pace for 8 hours/per day. A positive and friendly attitude as well as being a team player is a must. Must be knowledgeable in computer use.

This position requires the CMA/CNA to be able to operate an ECG machine and other equipment within the clinic. Must be flexible to adjust as needed to fill gaps in staffing needs. The ability to balance working independently but in a team environment is required. The ability to communicate with staff and patients in a friendly, caring and professional manner is required. Accurate vital signs are a must.

Requirement: Must be a Certified Medical Assistant or become certified within 1 year of hire. Must have a current Certified Nursing Assistant license for the CNA position. For the CMA position, must apply for a Medical Assist license within 3 days of hire. CPR certification required within 6 months of hire. Preferred: Previous multi-specialty clinic experience as well as phlebotomy experience preferred.

Report to: Clinic Manager
Status: Irregular – On Call
Schedule: Varies, Clinic hours are 8:30am – 5:30pm Monday through Friday

Speech Therapist, on-call

Speech Therapist

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and subspecialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Records.

Job Summary: Assesses and evaluates patients and establishes appropriate plan of care in accordance with the physician based on realistic functional treatment goals. Provides direct patient treatments within the Speech Language Pathologist scope of practice with the goal of restoring function and maximizing patient performance in areas including but not limited to: Dysphagia (including Modified Barium Swallow studies), language/cognitive disorders, speech/voice disorders. Patients population includes: adults and geriatrics in acute inpatient, swing bed and outpatient settings. Observes, records and reports the patient’s response to treatment and any adverse changes in the patient’s condition to the physician and appropriate medical staff. Instructs and advises patients, families, caregivers and other health team members as appropriate to assist in reaching the goals of the plan of care and maintaining patient confidentiality. Completes documentation as required and submits per hospital policy. Attends hospital orientation, meetings, case conferences and in service as requested/required. Obtains authorization for treatment as required and coordinates the plan of care with the physician, patient and other disciplines through verbal or written communication. SLP is responsible for remaining current in speech language pathology trends and knowledge. Ability to organize groups of people toward completion of designated projects, ability to self start projects and ability to communicate ideas well is preferred.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Certification/Licensing/Registration: current Washington state license in good standing.
• Master’s degree with a major in Speech Pathology from an approved/accredited program.
• Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Pathology granted by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.
• Medical setting experience required with two years experience preferred.
• Must be self-directed and able to work with little supervision and have appropriate clinical judgment and communication skills.
• Able to demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to the adult and geriatric populations served. Evaluation/treatment to include but not limited to Dyspahgia (including Modified Barium Swallow studies), language/cognitive disorders, speech/voice disorders.
• Requires the ability to establish and maintain a courteous and cooperative (service-oriented) working relationship with patients, families, customers and co-workers.

Reports to: Chief Nursing Officer
Status: On-Call
Shift: Varies
Location: Ocean Beach Hospital

Certified Nursing Assistant, On-Call

Certified Nursing Assistant

Department: Med/Surg

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and subspecialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Records.

Position Summary:
This position requires the Certified Nursing Assistant to be able to work on the medical surgical floor caring for a verity of patients of all ages. During your shift you will need to take direction form the Charge Nurse on duty as well as the Nurse caring for the patient and the Float Nurse when working Med/Surg. You will need to be flexible, self motivated and able to change direction to fill in where needed at any given time. You will need to be able to work as part of the Nursing Team as well as independently without constant reminders as to the assigned duties. You will need to communicate with both the staff and the patients in a friendly, caring and professional manner. Accurate vital signs including weights and I’s and O’s are a must. You must be a Certified Nursing Assistant with current WA license and a valid CPR card. Past Med/Surg and ER experience preferred.

Immediate Supervisor: Clinical Nurse Manager

Type: Irregular (as needed)

Shift: All Shifts, all days

Location: Med/Surg

Family Practice Provider

Family Practice Provider

Do you have a passion for getting to know and caring for generations of families and want to put down roots somewhere?
Do you enjoy participating in community outreach programs?
Do you want to be part of a team that strives for excellence and innovation to meet the health care needs of the community we serve?

If so, we’d like to hear from you. We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package including malpractice insurance, retirement plan, and relocation assistance.

The Ocean Beach Hospital is a 15 bed not-for-profit Critical Access Hospital located on the scenic Long Beach Peninsula. The Long Beach Peninsula is home to a new national park, two historic lighthouses, renowned restaurants, cranberry bogs, and oyster farms. The Long Beach peninsula is saturated with natural beauty and history, art shops, horseback riding, clamming and numerous river and ocean fishing opportunities; it makes for an area with something for everyone.

Our organization values excellence, integrity, compassion, and partnership in all aspects of operation. The hospital provides access to a Telestroke program, advanced imaging technology, Laboratory, MRI, CT scan, and Life Flight capabilities for major trauma transports. We have a strong network of primary care and sub-specialty providers on staff including a full-time Oncology Infusion program. The hospital works toward constantly improving its facilities and acquiring new technology to keep pace with the advances of health care and is currently in the process of implementing an Electronic Medical Records.

We offer general surgery and eye surgery.

The Ocean Beach Medical Clinic is looking for a Family Practitioner to take over an existing outpatient/inpatient practice, including controlled pain management, and be busy right away. The primary population for the service area is geriatric but we are looking to offer services focused on family care as well.

Most of the current primary care providers and specialists have been practicing here for years due to the excellent team of providers and caregivers and because of their commitment to the community and to their colleagues. A predictable schedule offers time to enjoy the many amenities offered in and around the South Western Washington Coast.

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements:
• M.D. or D.O. required
• Current or eligible for a license through the State of Washington
• Family Practice Adult Core Privileges required
• Family Practice Pediatric/Newborn Core Privileges preferred
• Family Practice Obstetrics/Gynecology Core Privileges preferred
• Successful completion of an approved three-year family practice residency training program with fulfillment or establishment of active candidacy for board certification within the requirements of the applicant’s American Specialty Board is preferred.
• Provision of inpatient service (adult) to a minimum of 100 inpatients during the last three (3) years, with some activity documented in each of the three (3) years and without significant quality variations identified.
• CPR certification is required within 6 months of hire

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Type: Exempt
Schedule: Monday through Friday day shift, call rotation is for 1 week (including weekends) at a time 24/7 and is shared with 2 other Providers.
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.