Per Diem Case Manager to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of weekly hours worked/no benefits with this position. Will be responsible for providing verbal and written explanation of observation to all observation status admissions within 24 hours of admission. Will also be responsible for facilitating appropriate level of care assignment and discharge planning in the Emergency Department. Also, ensure that anticipated discharges on the Medical Surgical units occur. Qualifications: RN with a BSN and Connecticut State License, as well as 3-5 years of Case Management experience. Knowledge of Milliman Care Guidelines preferred; Utilization Review and Discharge Planning experience in an acute hospital care setting; knowledge of Medicare guidelines; computer skills required.
Performs various duties assisting in the treatment and nursing care for the pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patient based on a fundamental knowledge and utilization of the nursing process and in accordance with established hospital policies and procedures. Qualifications: Must be a graduate of a Certified Nursing Assistant Program; State of Connecticut Certification is required. Prior acute care experience preferred. Skills: BLS; basic computer skills including the ability to enter information pertaining to patient care per hospital policy. Familiarity in working in Windows environment; knowledge of medical terminology; demonstrated working knowledge of a computerized medical information management system; demonstrated positive interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and project a positive image; good written and verbal communication skills required.
M3-West (#1012-16C): 24 hrs./wk. 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM including every other weekend and holiday.
40 hrs./wk., flexible schedule Monday - Friday according to the Dept. needs, 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM, On-Call rotation for weekdays, weekends and holidays is required. The Surgical Technologist is an individual with specialized education who functions as a member of the surgical team in the role of the scrub person. He / she handles the instruments, supplies and equipment necessary during surgical procedures. Will have an understanding of the procedure being performed and anticipate the needs of the surgeon. Will have the necessary knowledge and ability to ensure quality patient care during the operative procedure and is constantly on vigil for maintenance of the sterile field. Surgical Technologists work under medical supervision to facilitate the safe and effective conduct of invasive surgical procedures. Qualifications: Must be a Certified Surgical Technologist, a graduate of an accredited Surgical Technologist program; at least 2 years of prior experience is preferred; current BLS Certification required.
40 hrs./wk. (will consider 24 hrs./wk. part time) Responsible for identifying principal and secondary diagnoses and procedures on all Inpatient discharges, assigning appropriate ICD-10 and PCS codes to each and for verfiying and maintaining the accuracy of the abstracted clinical and financial data, in an acute care Hospital environment. Accepts accountability for quality, timeliness, completeness and accuracy of inpatient coding and all abstraction and data entry to support all regulatory compliance, including core measures and hospital statistics. Qualifications: Formal HIM education with National Certification AHIMA-CCS, (RHIA, RHIT). Miminum 2 years progressive coding or coding review experience in inpatient coding with claims processing and/or data management responisbilities. Strong ICD-10 and PCS coding skills and understanding of coding ethics and compliance. Strong computer PC/skills.
Will prepare food for all patients and customers in a clean environment practicing safe food handling; will read recipes, takes inventory and places food orders. Must have "Serve-Safe" Certification within 6 months of hire. Must have a minimum of one year Nursing Home or Hospital Cooking experience. Prior Restaurant / Healthcare / Clinical food service experience preferred. Must be familiar with HACCP. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. and withstand extended periods of standing and walking.
Per diem position to cover shifts as needed on weekday, weekends and holidays. No guarantee of ours/no benefits.
28 hrs./wk. (average) - 32 hrs. 1st week, 24 hrs. 2nd week - 11:00 AM - 7:30 PM; includes every other weekend/holiday.
21 hrs./wk. with a floating schedule to include every other weekend and holiday. Prepares foods, sets up serving line, serves foods according to Quality Standards; breaks down, cleans and straightens serving areas and properly stores food all in a clean and sanitary manner; works in the dish room; stocks foods and supplies as needed. High School graduate or equivalent (GED) - Food Service experience is preferred; Nursing Home or Hospital experience helpful.
12.5 hrs./wk. every other weekend plus 4 hrs. during the week - this is a floating scheduled. Supervises all aspects of the Dept.; audits, checks and manages staff functions to ensure proper meal service; relies on experience and judgement to plan and accomplish assigned tasks and goals; completes administrative work (i.e. inventory, schedules); maintains a clean, sanitary environment for patients, visitors and staff. Requirements: HS graduate with good communication/customer service skills a must with the ability to speak, understand and write English; Food Safety Certification; good working knowledge of commercial food service; requires familiarity with Nutrition Diet Modifications; must be able to program software and operate Tablet for Health Touch Patient Meal Ordering system.
Duties include general cleaning, sweeping, mopping of floors, shampooing carpets, buffing, stripping & waxing floors, climbing ladders, bending and lifting up to 50lbs. Prior floor care experience required.
40 hrs./wk. Monday - Friday 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM with rotating holidays and weekends as needed.
Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of weekly hours/no benefits with this position.
40 hrs./wk., Monday - Friday, 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM including weekends as needed; every other holiday.
Per Diem position. To cover hours as needed in the Department. No guarantee of hours worked, no benefits. Will prepare tissue specimens, fine needle aspirations, embedding, cutting, staining and slide preparation of surgical tissue for diagnosis. Performs secretarial and other duties as directed by the Histology Supervisor and the Pathologist. Requirements: At least 60 semester hours of academic credit with 12 semester hours in both Biology and Chemistry required. Knowledge of histology techniques and procedures; minimum of one year experience in a CAP accredited laboratory required. Meditech Pathology Module exp.; Histologist Certification by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists preferred.
Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of weekly hours worked / no benefits with this position. Will provide skilled office support to Radiologists and Technologist with heavy phone interaction; will burn imaging on CD's along with document scanning; will perform Quality Assessment on report, pull/file patient film; patient registration, order entry, insurance verification and collection of co-pay's. Will utilize a network of computerized systems including Meditech, Powerscribe and Stentor; will provide quality service to patients, physicians and techs. Requirements: High School graduate or equivalent with experience in an Imaging Office or similar medical setting; medical terminology / imaging procedure terminology with excellent communication and organizational skills required.
Will perform various technical duties in the Laboratory. Operates both automated and manual testing instrumentation. Evaluates quality control and verifies all patient results prior to release. Contacts physicians to report critical results in accordance with laboratory policy; performs various computer operations in Meditech computer system, including patient registration / order entry, automated and manual result entry, quality control entry and patient result reporting. In addition collects blood specimens in all areas of the hospital and Milford Medical Laboratory if required. Requirements: 2 yr. or 4 yr. degree in medical technology or biology; clinical laboratory experience required. Demonstrated technical proficiency in the Microbiology section of the Lab; experience with automated and manual instrumentation; experience and knowledge relating to collection of blood specimens from patients of all ages; keyboarding skills relating to Meditech computer system; unless indicated all responsibilites are essential functions of the position.
40 hrs. /wk. 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Microbiology Section) with rotating weekens and holidays.
16 hrs. /wk. on the 2nd shift (2 PM - 10:30 PM or 3 PM - 11:30 PM) including rotating weekends and holidays.
Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of weekly hours worked/no benefits with this position. Performs all MRI Imaging exams and procedures in a hospital environment. Ability to independently operate MRI scanner in a safe and effective manner while providing optimal patient care. Prefer a minimum of 6 months MRI experience; successful completion from an accredited school of Radiologic Technology; minimum of 2 years diagnotic radiology experience, preferably in a hospital setting; current ARRT and State License; MRI Registry (required within 18 months of hire or 18 months of initial training date); BLS certification.
40 hrs./wk. Monday - Friday 7:00 AM -3:30 PM. Enters patient registration data and patient charges in the Medical Manager Billing System. Performs billing follow-up and correction activities as directed. Post charges and produces monthly reports for the Milford Hospital A/R Department as needed. Assists MML Billing Supervisor. Performs billing activities associated with nursing homes. Acts as liaison with nursing home billing representatives when required. Assists in preparation for Medicare Part-A (Special Billing) monthly invoices to nursing homes. Receives patients and accurately enters patient test orders, demonographics and billing information from various requisitions into the Meditech Information System if required. Is a competent operator of required computer hardware and software. Performs other activities related to the smooth flow of patients, patient information, patient specimens and billing reports. Answers telephone for billing questions and performs other clerical duties as required. Requirements: Experience and knowledge related to automatic medical billing operations; PC skills related to Meditech and Medical Manager Information Systems; familiarity with reimbursement and refunds through Medical Manager Billing System; demonstrated excellent attention to detail required in processing patient billing information and general telephone and clerical skills. Unless indicated, all responsibilities are essential functions of the position.
Per Diem positionsto cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours and no benefits with this position. Qualifications: Minimum of 3 years experience preferred. CNMT and /or RTN mandatory. If holds an active R.T.R., a current CT state license is also required; CPR certification; ACLS preferred.
Per Diem position (#1010-16ORT)- Will cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of weekly hours worked/no benefits with this position. Under the direction of the RN, assists the perioperative care team in many aspects of patient care, including but not limited to, patient care assistance, care of the environment, stocking rooms, picking cases, transportation of patients, supplies/equipment, specimens and blood products to, from and within the surgical unit. Must be a High School graduate; preferable a graduate of an Operating Room Assistant program, Surgical Technician program, or a C.N.A. Must be knowledgeable regarding basic medical terminology, be able to identify many pieces of equipment used in the OR, be able to differentiate sterile from unsterile. Must successfully complete an orientation program in the Perioperative Services Dept. Must be able to take call independently on weekend; BLS with previous OR exp. preferred.
Per diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours worked/no benefits with this position. Will provide secretarial services to the physicians and Laboratory Manager in the Dept. of Pathology, producing high quality patient reports for Surgical Pathology and Cytology using the Meditech Computer system. Manages the department Quality Assurance program; generates statistical reports; submission and receipt of pathology consultation specimens and reports; responds to telephone inquiries, managing the communication between pathologist and attending physicians; performs other secretarial services as required by the Chief Pathologist, Lab Manager and Section Supervisors including, but not limited to, procedure typing and billing issue resolution. Requirements: General secretarial experience and knowledge relating to surgical pathology and cytopathology operations; keyboard skills relating to data entry, word processing and spreadsheet generation; pathology and cytology; ability to manage a pathology QA program and to generate required statistical reports.
Will assist the Pharmacist by filling physician orders for medications for oral, rectal, topical and injectable use; mixes IV admixture solutions as required using aspeptic technique in the Laminar Air Flow Hood; Omnicell; type's labels, prepares and files charge slips and performs other related duties. Requirements: High School Graduate or equivalent; One-year related pharmacy experience and/or training or graduate of a certified training program/healthcare careers college. Education in all age groups obtained with in school education, experience or subsequent training. Appropriate certificates or licenses required for the position; IV admixture / clean room experience preferred.
16 hrs./wk. with a floating schedule; weekend/holiday rotation
24 hrs./wk. with a floating schedule; weekend/holiday rotation
24 hrs./wk. - Monday - Friday 5:30 AM - 9:30 AM and 8 hrs. alternating Saturday and Sunday. Collects blood specimens at the Hospital, Milford Medical Lab, Patient Service Center’s (Out labs), Physician Office Collection Stations and Nursing Homes. Delivers specimens to the Laboratory. Travels to nursing homes and remote collection stations as required. Registers patient in Meditech if required. Order-enters all requested patient testing. Receives all collected specimens into Meditech. Generates and processes Meditech Collection Batches at the appointed. Collects STAT’s; using the Meditech generated specimen labels. Processes all specimens and requisitions, insuring that the documentation and the specimens are distributed as required. Answers general Laboratory telephones and performs other clerical duties as required. Phlebotomy experience is required; valid CT driver's license with good driving history required.
Primarily to provide first assist on a variety of surgical cases including general surgery, gynecology, orthopedic, thoracic and vascular. Also will have patient rounding and ED coverage responsibilities and call rotation. A Connecticut PA or APRN and at least 1 year of surgical experience are required. Experience in internal medicine is a plus.
Per diem position to cover hours as needed at the Walk-In Center; no guarantee of hours worked; no benefits with this position. In addition to diagnostic imaging procedures, must demonstrate competency in venipuncture, with the ability to collect blood specimens; other functions as requested by area supervisor. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Sciences. Minimum of 3 years radiology experience preferred; must have current ARRT & CT State License, CPR certification and venipuncture experience preferred.
Per diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position. Primary Function: Performs optimal diagnostic imaging procedures in a hospital environment. Must have the ability to manipulate and operate x-ray equipment to include fluoroscopy unit, both portable and fixed. Demonstrates competency in all imaging exams including operating room procedures and trauma work with the knowledge and expertise of all job responsibilities in various clinical settings using various imaging equipment. Minimum of 1 year radiology experience preferred; must have current ARRT & CT State License or be registry elibile.
SCHEDULED HOURS - Registered Nurse positions available on the following units:
R.N. (#1004-16R): 32 hrs./wk. 11:15 PM - 7:15 AM
R.N. (#1014-17R): 24 hrs./wk. 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
R.N. (#1015-17R): 40 hrs./wk. 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
R.N. (#1021-17R): 40 hrs./wk. 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
R.N. (#1026-17R): 32 hrs./wk. 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
INTENSIVE CARE UNIT:
R.N.(#999-16R) 36 hrs./wk. 7:00 PM - 7:30 AM ACLS and ICU experience required. At Lease 2 years Med/Surgical/Telemetry experience required.
EMERGENCY CENTER - ACLS & PALS required or to be taken in the next class available. Experience in an Emergency Room environment.
R.N. (#990-16R) 40 hrs./wk. 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM.
R.N. (#1011-17R) 36 hrs./wk. 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM.
R.N. (#1016-17R): 40 hrs./wk. 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
PER DIEM Registered Nurse positions available to cover shifts as needed in the following Departments; No guarantee of weekly hours worked/no benefits with these positions; current CT RN licensure is required for all positions:
RN: GI (#PD280-12R) Coverage needed for Monday - Friday, between 7 AM - 5 PM, per diem shifts available. ACLS required for moderate sedation administration; two years of experience required.
RN: OPERATING ROOM (#827-14PD) Two years OR experience required.
RN: SOUTH 3 (#880-15R; 943-16R)
Duties include general cleaning, sweeping, mopping and vacuuming of floors, trash, linen and medical waste removal; climbing ladders, bending and lifting up to 50 lbs. is required.
Per diem position to cover rotating shifts as needed. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.
40 hrs./wk. (TEMPORARY position) 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM including every other weekend and holiday.
Per diem position (#1007-16T) Will cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position. Will provide a variety of tasks related to cleaning, decontamination, assembly, packaging, sterilization and distribution of instruments and supplies required by medical, nursing and paramedical personnel. Requirements: Must be a High School graduate or equivalent; Graduate of Sterile Processing Program; National Certification required or obtained within 1 year of hire. SPD experience and/or surgical experience preferred. Physical Demands: Must be able to lift 50 lbs., carry 35 lbs., push 200 lbs. and pull 40-50 lbs.
Full time, primarily working with surgical patients. The successful candidates will be first assist on a variety of surgical cases, including general surgery, gynecology, orthopedic, thoracic and vascular; will have patient rounding and E.D. coverage responsibility as well as call rotation. Must be a licensed P.A. or APRN in Connecticut and have at least one year of surgical experience; experience in internal medicine is a plus.
Per Diem position available in the Emergency Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position. Responsible for receptionist, secretarial and scheduling duties of the unit. Functions as a focal communication link for the nursing unit. Qualifications: High School graduate; knowledge of medical terminology; one year previous secretarial experience preferred. Skills include BLS, strong Excel and Word skills with familiarity working in a Windows environment, demonstrated working knowledge of computerized medical information and management system, positive interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively; Must have good written and verbal communication skills.
Per diem positions to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with these positions. Performs a variety of diverse duties in diagnostic medical sonography. Performs ultrasound scans using real time, Doppler and color flow Doppler. Assists physician in aspiration and biopsy procedures. Advanced knowledge of anatomy. Qualifications: Must be a High School graduate or equivalent; Work requires sufficient education/training to acquire American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) (RDCS); Registry eligible; one year completed formal ultraound training; CPR certified.