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Cardiology Service Line Coordinator
The Cardiology Service Line Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing daily operations related to the Cardiology department. He/she will be responsible for coordinating daily staff assignments for the Cath, EP, Angio and Holding areas. Coordinate with physician's office staff by helping to manage the daily schedule of physicians in conjunction with different units, bed placement supervisor and Anesthesia department. Manage staff education, orientation and unit competencies and conflict resolution. He/she will act as liaison with APP's, reviewing daily schedules, patient problems and resolving conflicts. Interact with family members when required. Interact directly with other departments, and with physicians and APP's to improve scheduling and PST functions. Manage and assist clerical staff with scheduling and approve daily payroll records. Responsible for coordinating special projects, such as process improvement, model of care, patient flow and care of patients. Performs other duties as assigned.
Current New York State License as a Registered Professional Nurse required. BSN preferred. Minimum of 3 years experience in a Cardiology Department required. Certification in at least one of the following specialties required. (CCRN, RCIS and RCES).
BLS and ACLS training required and accepted from only 2 organizations:
1. American Heart Association - BLS/ACLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR & AED) Program
2. American Red Cross - CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer
No online programs from any organization will be accepted.
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center - 2 years ago
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