Good Samaritan Hospital
Patient Placement Coordinator
Department: Nursing Administration
Schedule: Part Time
Shift: Evening shift
Hours: 3-11 PM
Hours Per Pay Period: 45
Req Num: 6435
Job Details:

Make a great choice with a career at Good Samaritan!

Good Samaritan’s reputation for excellence in nursing is built on great choices and empowered leadership.  As a Magnet designated hospital, Good Samaritan fosters a nursing team that’s focused on evidence based practice, continual learning and exceptional quality of care.  You’ll discover more ways to advance your nursing career; including funding for certification preparation and exams, and a clinical ladder that recognizes education and accomplishment.

 

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Patient Placement Coordinator

 

Responsible for the timely and effective assignment of patients to the appropriate clinical setting; supervision of the Monitoring Units and the Emergency Department; performs other related duties and tasks as may be assigned or requested.

 

Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing required.  Master's degree preferred. Must have current, New York State RN license. Must have specialty certification in area of expertise.  Minimum of 3 years recent clinical experience required.  Must have at least 1 year experience in management in an acute care facility.  Demonstrated leadership abilities required.  Must have knowledge of departmental policies and procedures, standards and age competencies, and personnel and administrative policies.  Knowledge of regulatory requirements, such as State Education Department, Department of Health, infection control, OSHA and JCAHO required.  Leadership certification required. Must be flexible.

 

BLS/ACLS/AED training required and accepted from only 2 organizations:

 

1.  American Heart Association - BLS/ACLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR & AED) Program

 

2.  American Red Cross - CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer

 

No online programs from any organization will be accepted.

 

 

   
     

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