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Hospital Attendant 1 Centralized Patient Transport 61901
Schedule based on 40 hours a week. 10am-6:30pm, every other weekend and holidays on rotation
Medical Office Assistant Psychiatry 62195
This individual will have clerical as well as direct patient care responsibilities within the Psychiatry Department.
Authorizations Team Leader Nursing-Peds Specialty Ctr 61942
The Authorizations Team Leader is responsible for the coordination of day-to-day operations for pediatric authorizations, medical records, coding and front desk. Supervision of employees including payroll, performance evaluations, orientation and ongoing training of staff. Obtain health insurance authorizations for pediatric specialty clinics. Assist in the development of policies and procedures and maintain a high level knowledge of diagnosis coding and procedure coding. Review of clinic charges for accuracy. Month end reporting. Maintain knowledge of insurance carrier policy changes. Demonstrate/model effective communication skills when interacting with customers, visitors, patients and co-workers.
Administrative Nursing Supervisor Nursing-PSS-Admin Sup 62139
The Administrative Nursing Supervisor will represent Hospital Administration in directing and coordinating administrative, clinical, personnel, and operational activities. They coordinate patient flow throughout the organization in order to meet patient care needs and maximize bed resources. They provide direction in the decision-making process in difficult and non-routine situations; promote collaboration amongst the patient care team and foster professional development; serve as a resource regarding clinical, administrative, human resource/management and development, and operational issues; and efficiently utilize resources while being fiscally responsible.
Clinical Laboratory Technologist Clin Path-Molecular 62031
Processes and receives specimens. Performs routine and specialized testing following established policies and procedures and performing appropriate related tasks (QC, PM, calibrations, etc.). Maintains records of testing including patient results, proficiency testing, quality control, instrument calibrations, preventive maintenance procedures, etc. Knowledgeable of factors that may adversely affect test performance and results. Responds/troubleshoots testing problems appropriately or reports problems to supervisory staff. Documents all corrective actions taken. Interacts with customers regarding test results, questions and complaints. Resolves problems in testing, procedures or processes. Knowledgeable of EPIC/LIS/CoPath functions related to testing. Reports results using LIS/CoPath. Follows procedures for reporting results. Attends section meetings or obtains information from meeting minutes/notes, etc. Completes mandatory training programs. Obtains 12 hours of continuing education credits per year as required by NYS Department of Health.
Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Microbiology & Immunology 61886A
The Institute for Global Health and Translational Science at SUNY Upstate Medical University is seeking a Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner.
Clinical Assistant Professor Pediatrics 60654
Pediatric & Adolescent Center
Sterile Supply Tech 2 Sterile Processing 61842
Schedule is based on 40 hours a week. Pending successful completion of a one-year orientation of rotating shifts, candidate will work 'primary shift' of eveings with weekends and holidays on rotation; after a rotating shift training.
System Clinical Nutrition Director Food & Nutritional Services 61523
The System Clinical Nutrition Director will have responsibilities that includes: final selection and approval of all Clinical Nutrition staff based on required job standards and competencies, review and approve nutrition Diet manual updates and approve education materials prior to final approval by the Center's Patient Education Department, and develop tube feeding formulary with healthcare team with final approval from the Center's Nutrition Committee and oversees compliance outlined in clinical nutrition policies and hospital policies. Oversees work of the contracted Registered Dietician staff in terms of their productivity, clinical care and outcomes as well as clinical documentation and compliance with billing processes and organizational goal setting. Will be responsible for planning, scheduling, coordinating, and supervising competency of the operations of the Nutrition Services staff at University Hospital (UH) and its article 28 clinics. Primary responsibilities include assigning work to and supervising clinical competency of the dietitians; developing standards of care based on evidence-based professional standards and monitoring of clinical dietetic performance and productivity and payroll; reviewing and updating policies and procedures; implementing and maintaining cost control procedures; supporting recruiting, approving the final hiring, and orientation of staff dietitians; positively interacting with hospital management and professional staff promoting excellence in service and clinical evidence based professional standards for nutritional care. Will have compliance oversight to ensure food service operations are in compliance with clinical expectations and contractual requirements especially as it relates to standardized recipes and timely food, nourishments and floor stock delivery standards impacting clinical nutritional care. Responsible for reporting on department quality to Nutrition Committee and other hospital committees as needed.
Registered Nurse CG-5E-Transitional Care Unit 62047
5E TCU - Community Campus- Transitional Care Unit Full Time (1.0 FTE) Nights
CT Technologist CG-CT Scanner 62098
Under general supervision, performs routine diagnostic procedures and may have individual responsibility for training and leading the work of other employees, with the knowledge, intensity and responsibilities as specified.
Clinical Research Associate 2 Medicine 61913
The Clinical Research Associate will manage all aspects of the Clinical Research Protocol in conjunction with the Primary Investigator which may include subject screening, eligibility, enrollment, randomization, data entry, shipping study specimens, lab reports, questionnaires, site qualification visits, monitoring visits and study close out meetings.
Registered Nurse Nursing-ED-Pediatric 61976
The Pediatric Emergency Department delivers specialized pediatric emergency care to children from newborn up to, and including, 19 years of age. RNs provide family centered care to patients and families presenting to the ED for care. Care includes assessments, medication administration, patient education, and other necessary nursing duties to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Nurses in the emergency department care for patients on a spectrum of acuity, ranging from non-urgent complaints to critical care and trauma.
Registered Nurse CG-Emergency Dept 61885
ED - Community Campus Full Time (1.0 FTE) Evening/Night
Registered Nurse Nursing-5A-Surg/ENT/Gyn 62044
5A seeks GN or RN who is energized by working in a fast paced, 25 bed Med/Surg Unit. Excellent patient care is the standard on 5A. Our nurses focus on team work and providing an environment where new grads feel welcomed and are mentored and supported. Our vast variety of patients allows you to develop your critical thinking skills, while increasing your confidence with the care that you provide. Our patient population includes Med/Surg patients along with our specialty services of Trauma, ENT, and GYN patients.
Registered Nurse Nursing-2N-Rehabilitation 62037
2N treats a wide variety of diagnosis, including, but not limited to: strokes, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord patients, trauma, burns, other mobility impairments, and cognitive diseases. This unit also provides progressive patient and family teaching in preparation for discharge to home. We work collaboratively with our therapy team to provide outstanding patient care and results.
Registered Nurse Nursing-2N-Rehabilitation 62033
2N treats a wide variety of diagnosis, including, but not limited to: strokes, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord patients, trauma, burns, other mobility impairments, and cognitive diseases. This unit also provides progressive patient and family teaching in preparation for discharge to home. We work collaboratively with our therapy team to provide outstanding patient care and results.
Registered Nurse Nursing-8F-CP/ICU 62017
8F seeks passionate and motivated individuals to care for a combination of critically ill medical and surgical patients with cardiac and thoracic needs. The reputation of the cardiopulmonary program brings referrals from regional physicians with high-risk cardiac and thoracic profiles to Upstate for advanced care. The patient population consists of complex cardiac patients including acute myocardial infarction and cardiogenic shock as well as surgical patients such as immediate post-operative cardiac and complicated thoracic surgeries.
Registered Nurse Nursing-8F-CP/ICU 62016
8F seeks passionate and motivated individuals to care for a combination of critically ill medical and surgical patients with cardiac and thoracic needs. The reputation of the cardiopulmonary program brings referrals from regional physicians with high-risk cardiac and thoracic profiles to Upstate for advanced care. The patient population consists of complex cardiac patients including acute myocardial infarction and cardiogenic shock as well as surgical patients such as immediate post-operative cardiac and complicated thoracic surgeries.
Registered Nurse Nursing-5A-Surg/ENT/Gyn 62253
5A, Full-Time (1.0 FTE), 8 & 12 hour eve/nights with Rotating Weekends & Holidays

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