5NEWS Transplant & Hepatology Service Coordinator (Full Time)

Position Requirements:
Minimum Education:
Required: High School Diploma
Preferred: High School Diploma plus training acquired through work experience or education
Specify Degree(s): N/A
Residency: N/A
Minimum Experience:
Required: Less than one year of previous job-related experience
Required: Less than one year of previous job-related experience
Preferred: 1-2 years of previous job-related experience
Managerial Experience: N/A
Required: N/A
Preferred: N/A
Other: N/A
Computer Skills:
Basic Keyboarding Skills
Microsoft Word
Other: Training in EPIC and Lawson is provided. Incumbents need to become reasonably
competent following on-the-job-training.
Typing Words Per Minute: N/A
Required Skills:
Ability to communicate verbally
Ability to deal calmly and courteously with people
Ability to deal with stressful situations
Ability to follow oral and written instructions and established procedures
Ability to function independently and manage own time and work tasks
Ability to maintain accuracy and consistency
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to perform
COMMUNICATION - Facilitates communication with and between staff
members, patients, and family members to ensure that information
related to patient conditions and concerns is relayed in a timely manner.
Access and operates paging system, phones, call lights, and internal
Information Technology Help Desk to locate and communicate with staff
and maintain smooth operation of unit.
ORDERING/INVENTORY - Inventories supplies and orders basic floor
stock, computer supplies and drugs to ensure uninterrupted operation
of unit. Assists in maintaining computer equipment by contacting help
desk or other technical resources when needed.
MEDICAL RECORDS - Enters data into computer, prepares new patient
charts for admissions, and ensures appropriate forms and paperwork
are in order to maintain accurate medical records. Audits charts to
identify missing or incomplete records. Processes and requisitions
patient care service orders based on physician orders and instruction
from professional

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