Unity Health Care, Inc. is a multi-site non-profit organization offering a continuum of medical care and human services primarily to the medically underserved and homeless. Unity Health Care has grown to be the largest preeminent Health Care Delivery System in Washington, DC. We are looking for individuals who want to help us serve our mission, vision, values.

Please apply with us, if you would like to:

  • Work at a great place with great people.
  • Make an positive impact on the community.
  • Have the opportunity to build a solid career.

Unity Health Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer that believes in growing and promoting a diverse workforce. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, designed to help employees meet various needs throughout their careers and lives. Our benefits include:

  • Annual Leave
  • Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
  • 403 B Retirement
  • Life Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Loan Repayment Programs (NHSC, DCPCA-HPLRP)
  • Continuing Medical Education /Professional Development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • and more

Unity Health Care, Inc.
Department of Human Resources
1220 12th Street, SE, Suite 120
Washington DC 20009
Main (202) 715-7900
Unity Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Department: Quality Improvement
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Days
Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Job Details:
  • Master's preferred
  • The DOC Quality Improvement Coordinator will lead the quality improvement (QI) program and activities at Unity's correctional health care sites at the DC Department of Corrections (DOC).  The person will be responsible for developing QI plans, monitoring the plan implementation and activities, collecting progress and results, and creating written data and narrative reports. 


    Additionally, the DOC Quality Improvement Coordinator will:

    ·         Serve as an administrative resource to health services staff by leading, facilitating, and  

               advising internal and organization wide Quality Improvement teams and activities.

    ·         Develop and perform monthly audits, as appropriate, to provide feedback to staff and 

               provide various data for required reports.

    ·         Collect and compile data for monthly and other regular reporting related to the DOC

               contract requirements and operational needs.

    ·         Oversee the inmate grievance program, investigates grievances, and prepares written

               reports as required.

    ·         Oversee and coordinate collection and compilation of documentation for the accreditation

               and regulatory processes.


    • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Health Care or Business Administration field, with a Master's degree preferred.Licensure as an LPN or RN a plus. Correctional experience and/or certification as a Certified Correctional Health Professional preferred. Minimum of 2-5 years of supervisory experience. Minimum of 2-5 years of public health or quality improvement experience. Minimum of 2-5 years of writing experience.
    • Must have moderate-level of experience with a variety of software packages (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite and/or a Statistical Package).


    • Must have professional knowledge of quality improvement and data reporting principles and practices. Must have knowledge of federal and state regulations, and accreditation standards.
      Must have skills in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating project plans. Must also have skills in data collection, analysis and data presentation. Must have the ability to identify potential and actual problems and possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and problem solving skills and able to work independently and accurately completing multiple assignments under the tight deadlines in a fast paced environment. Must have the ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with professional and support staff across all disciplines.

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