Saint Francis Hospital, a member of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic, is seeking an experienced Unit Secretary to join the team on our CVU and ICU floors!
Schedule: Part-time Day shift (24 hours/week) / Every other weekend and rotating holidays
The Unit Secretary will be responsible for the reception, communication, clerical activities and other related assigned duties of the unit, under the supervision of the Nurse Manager.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Offers assistance, handles inquiries and supplies information to physicians, visitors, patients and hospital personnel in a courteous professional manner.
Answers the telephone promptly and professionally by giving proper identification of who is answering the telephone.
Answers the patient call system promptly and courteously. Use the approved system for alerting staff of patient needs.
Coordinates and processes efficiently the admission, transfer and discharge of patients.
Enters departmental charges appropriately, accurately and efficiently.
Assists in the orientation/training of new Unit Secretaries.
Possesses good organizational skills and works in an organized manner.
Charts reports promptly (x-ray reports, EKG reports). Maintains charts with adequate number of additional chart forms.
Performs other related duties specific to unit as delegated by Nursing Unit Manager.
Maintains policy and procedure manuals and Medical Dental roster book.
High School Graduate or equivalent required.
Previous experience in the hospital or physician practice setting required.
Computer literacy required.
Familiarity with Medical Terminology desired.
Good communication skills.
Able to perform all skills and competencies as defined in the US skills checklist within 3 months of employment.
We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits including:
Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage (Effective Day 1 of Hire)
Retirement Savings Program
Paid Time Off
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