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Home Health/Hospice Patient Care Director

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Email: amy@clonchassociates.com

Job Information:

Job Number: AE 3483
Location: California

Salary Range: TBD
Relocation Assistance
Not for profit acute care facility

 

 
Summary/Qualifications:


• Current RN license to practice in California.
• Baccalaureate or higher degree in nursing or other health related field with three years of experience within the last five years in a home health agency, primary care clinic or health facility with at least one year of which was in a supervisory or administrative capacity OR Four years’ experience within the last five years in a home health agency, primary care clinic or health facility, at least one year of which was in a supervisory or administrative capacity.
• Satisfactory completion of a Pharmacology test with minimum score of 80%.
• Ability to evaluate, interpret, and apply federal and state home health and hospice regulations.
• Ability to organize, coordinate and complete agency projects and multiple processes.
• Ability to evaluate and intervene in staff/clinical problems, objectively, using a non-judgmental approach.
• Ability to consider alternate points of view during conflict resolution.
• Ability to perform objective, non-biased evaluation of staff performance and ability to promote staff member development of clinical expertise.
• Accountable for maintaining own clinical expertise.
• Ability to read, write, communicate and comprehend the English language.
• Excellent communication skills: verbal, written and non-verbal.
• Ability to provide leadership in a positive direction that is consistent with the policies, goals, and mission of the Hospital, Home Health, and Hospice.
• Valid California driver's license, current automobile insurance, access to dependable vehicle for use in the field, and proof of excellent driving record.
• CPR certification required.
• Certification in Home Health and Hospice management preferred or recommended within 2 years of employment.

  
• Coordinates all patient care services, supervises personnel, assigns staff, evaluates staff performance and competency; promotes staff development, oversees clinical decision making, resolves clinical problems, recommends and completes personnel actions, addresses complaints, conducts meetings and manages quality improvement activities for both service lines.

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