UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine

U CAN ELEVATE LIVES WHILE EXPANDING YOUR POTENTIAL

As an allied health professional at UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine, U CAN experience the respect and recognition you deserve as a valued member of a strong, collaborative team of health care experts. From radiology to rehab, pharmacy to clinical lab, we offer a wide range of allied health careers that enable you to make the most of your unique skills and profound compassion.

When you join us, you’ll be immersed in a supportive culture where you are given all of the technology, training and resources you need to practice at the highest level of your profession. By empowering you to continually reach higher, we’re able to extend our reputation as one of the finest health systems in the country.

At UCLA Health, you’ll be able to help a widely diverse patient population as you take on cases that are incredibly challenging and deeply rewarding. Whatever your specialty, we’ll provide ways for you to grow your career as you improve the health of the many communities we serve.

Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesDuties to be performed on the job: Ability to work with minimum supervision to produce diagnostic images of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Print images onto appropriate media. Provide permanent data of procedures as required or requested by the Radiologist. Maintain departmental standards related to Quality Assurance controls. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Participate in departmental In-Service training programs. Practice sterile techniques maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients until further assistance can be obtained to maintain patient’s health. Float between all UCLA Health System Radiology locations (100 Medical Plaza, 200 Medical Plaza, RRMC, SMUCLA, SMIR clinic, SM Women’s Center, and Manhattan Beach Radiology, thousand Oaks, Porter Ranch, Redondo Beach, Calabasas, and any additional centers). Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. Must be a Graduate of CAAHAP Sonography program is required. ARDMS Required. Must have a valid CPR. QualificationsBe proficient in abdomen and OBGYN Sonographic anatomy and pathology. Knowledge of hemodynamic of the vascular system with basic knowledge of venous anatomy. Must be ARDMS certified and maintain at least one specialty RDMS license, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN and/or vascular. Must maintain a current CPR certification. Skill in listening and comprehending information received in person or over the phone. Ability to perform all physical requirements pertaining to the transport of patients in beds, gurneys and wheelchairs. Skill in reading and writing in standard English text and be able to respond to calls and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members. Ability to operate PACS and RIS and other image / data recording systems. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to communicate with patients and staff. Ability to understand medical and Sonographic terminology. Ability to interpret clinical data and adjust technical factors to produce optimal images. Ability to work as part of a team in a medical setting. Ability to work under stressful conditions with frequent interruptions. Ability to display superior customer service. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesDuties to be performed on the job: Ability to work with minimum supervision to produce diagnostic images of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Print images onto appropriate media. Provide permanent data of procedures as required or requested by the Radiologist. Maintain departmental standards related to Quality Assurance controls. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Participate in departmental In-Service training programs. Practice sterile techniques maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients until further assistance can be obtained to maintain patient’s health. Float between all UCLA Health System Radiology locations (100 Medical Plaza, 200 Medical Plaza, RRMC, SMUCLA, SMIR clinic, SM Women’s Center, and Manhattan Beach Radiology, thousand Oaks, Porter Ranch, Redondo Beach, Calabasas, and any additional centers). Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. Must be a Graduate of CAAHAP Sonography program is required. ARDMS Required. Must have a valid CPR. QualificationsBe proficient in abdomen and OBGYN Sonographic anatomy and pathology. Knowledge of hemodynamic of the vascular system with basic knowledge of venous anatomy. Must be ARDMS certified and maintain at least one specialty RDMS license, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN and/or vascular. Must maintain a current CPR certification. Skill in listening and comprehending information received in person or over the phone. Ability to perform all physical requirements pertaining to the transport of patients in beds, gurneys and wheelchairs. Skill in reading and writing in standard English text and be able to respond to calls and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members. Ability to operate PACS and RIS and other image / data recording systems. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to communicate with patients and staff. Ability to understand medical and Sonographic terminology. Ability to interpret clinical data and adjust technical factors to produce optimal images. Ability to work as part of a team in a medical setting. Ability to work under stressful conditions with frequent interruptions. Ability to display superior customer service. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Santa Monica, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesUnder the general supervision of the Chief Radiation Therapy Technologist, functions include: patient scheduling and appointments; performing dose calculations, treatment data entry, working with the physicians, physicists, and dosimetrists to perform simulations and treatment planning CT’s, applying ionizing radiation according to MD’s prescription (3D, IMRT, SBRT, SRS, HDR), and performing basic nursing duties. May be hired as Radiation Therapist if less than 5 years of experience. QualificationsOur ideal candidate will meet the following requirements: BLS from the American Heart Association or Red Cross ARRT CRT Top candidates will have experience with the following : 5 or more years radiation therapy Aria and Epic Truebeam, Tomotherapy, Novalis, CT, MR guided RT UCLA Health is a world-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles as well as the David Geffen School of Medicine. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we have become Los Angeles’ trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient care. If you’re looking to experience greater challenge and fulfillment in your career, UCan at UCLA Health. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesParticipate in the total patient care in the ambulatory setting, recognizing normal and abnormal signs and symptoms and life threatening emergencies. Act as a staff person in the office, assisting in patient care, and maintaining high standards of care in the community offices. Work is assigned and reviewed by the office manager or team leader. Incumbent will independently coordinate and prioritize task and protocols established by the department. Be able to work with minimal supervision. QualificationsKnowledge of normal and abnormal symptomology and life threatening medical problems. Ability to administer CPR. Ability to skillfully administer oral, IM and subcutaneous medications. Ability to perform venipuncture with skill, adhering to all OSHA PPE safety requirements. Ability to obtain accurate vital signs and drug refills. Ability to assist in medical emergencies and office procedures. Ability to use computerized patient care systems. Knowledge of medical terminology. Interpersonal skills to interact with patients, families, ancillary departments, physicians and co-workers in a courteous and compassionate manner. Verbal skills to effectively convey sensitive information in a courteous manner in person or on the telephone. Skill to accurately perform a 12-lead EKG. Ability to assist in orientation of new staff. Ability to order medical and clinical supplies and maintain adequate inventory. Ability to follow proper channels of policies & procedures, communication & work standards. Ability to organize tasks to facilitate smooth work/patient flow. Ability to schedule patient appointments and encounter patients using the MCCS Appointment Scheduling/Encounter Registration Programs. Knowledge to schedule patient for referrals to specialists. Ability to be flexible in working both back and front office to facilitate smooth workflow. Knowledge and ability to set up and assist physician with any procedures such as, but not limited to audiometry,spirometry, O2 saturation levels, skin tag and mole removals, ear lavage, colposcopies, flexible sigmoidscopies. Ability to perform accurate quality control and patient sample testing for waived tests. Knowledge of all safety requirements when handling Biohazardous specimens or contaminated instruments. Knowledge of MSDS and emergency treatments. Ability to work overtime in cases of emergency. Ability to be punctual and maintain a satisfactory attendance record. Skill in maintaining a harmonious work atmosphere, practicing excellent customer service. Skill and knowledge to maintain current Medical Assistant Certification. Minimum of two years experience as medical assistant a physician office, medical facility or in an Internal Medicine/Family Practice. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesAssist physicians with diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology procedures by monitoring, scrubbing, and circulating. Assist with digital cine acquisition. Perform digital analysis of LV wall motion, coronary artery sizing and stenosis. Perform panning, collimation and filtering. Rotate within Interventional Cardiology to include Pediatric Cath, Adult Cath, Peripheral Vascular and Electrophysiology. Includes on-call with 30 minute response time. QualificationsGraduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Technology required. Current CRT, ARRT, and fluoroscopy permit required. ACLS required six months after starting. ARRT CI (Cardiac-Interventional) certification preferred. RCIS (Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist) certification preferred. Writing and computer skills to accurately document procedures with all interventions and supply usage. Ability to stand and wear lead for long periods. Ability to comply with department standards inclusive of on-call requirements, attendance, dress code and varied work areas UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesDuties to be performed on the job: Ability to work with minimum supervision to produce diagnostic images of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Print images onto appropriate media. Provide permanent data of procedures as required or requested by the Radiologist. Maintain departmental standards related to Quality Assurance controls. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Participate in departmental In-Service training programs. Practice sterile techniques maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients until further assistance can be obtained to maintain patient’s health. Float between all UCLA Health System Radiology locations (100 Medical Plaza, 200 Medical Plaza, RRMC, SMUCLA, SMIR clinic, SM Women’s Center, and Manhattan Beach Radiology, thousand Oaks, Porter Ranch, Redondo Beach, Calabasas, and any additional centers). Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. Must be a Graduate of CAAHAP Sonography program is required. ARDMS Required. Must have a valid CPR. QualificationsBe proficient in abdomen and OBGYN Sonographic anatomy and pathology. Knowledge of hemodynamic of the vascular system with basic knowledge of venous anatomy. Must be ARDMS certified and maintain at least one specialty RDMS license, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN and/or vascular. Must maintain a current CPR certification. Skill in listening and comprehending information received in person or over the phone. Ability to perform all physical requirements pertaining to the transport of patients in beds, gurneys and wheelchairs. Skill in reading and writing in standard English text and be able to respond to calls and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members. Ability to operate PACS and RIS and other image / data recording systems. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to communicate with patients and staff. Ability to understand medical and Sonographic terminology. Ability to interpret clinical data and adjust technical factors to produce optimal images. Ability to work as part of a team in a medical setting. Ability to work under stressful conditions with frequent interruptions. Ability to display superior customer service. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesOn a rotating basis you will be responsible for the front end processes of the Department of Radiology: Reception, Image Library, Scheduling, and Technologist Assistant duties. Duties include: Registration and arrival of patients Obtaining clinical information pertinent to the scheduled exams Collecting cash/insurance and authorization information Digitization of hardcopy images Creating hardcopy and/or CDs of images Retrieving comparison studies Scheduling Radiology exams for Oncology Facilitating patient preparation Safety Screening and Education QualificationsAbility to interact appropriately and congenially with staff, faculty, fellows, residents and patients. Ability to adjust to changing priorities, frequent interruptions, deadlines, emergencies and heavy workload. Strong working knowledge of personal computers, HIS, RIS, LORAD, PACSCUBE CD Burner, Array Digitizer Skill in typing with accuracy and moderate speed. Ability to use mathematical skills to efficiently analyze various pertinent data related to workload and finance. Medical terminology to a level permitting accurate preparation of scheduling patient procedures interacting with physicians, patients and staff. Ability to handle confidentiality issues with tact and diplomacy. Ability to read and write correspondence and reports of a business nature using proper grammar, punctuation and syntax. Working knowledge of hospital/billing forms and the ability to explain services and charges to patients and/or family. Skill in quickly assimilating and retaining a large body of financial screening and patient registration information. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesSeeking a pediatric and orthopedic Physical Therapist. Primary functions are to provide applicable physical therapy for patients with various diagnoses. Major duties include: patient evaluation, patient treatment, documentation requirements, maintains expected productivity levels (including special assignments). The primary function is patient care, unless otherwise specified. Therapists completing a pediatric rotation work under the supervision of a CCS therapist if not CCS paneled. QualificationsAbility to safely perform repetitive bending, stooping, sitting, squatting, walking, standing during 8-10 hour day. Normal duties involve lifting (up to 35 pounds without equipment), transferring patients, and pushing wheelchairs up to 500 feet. Sufficient dexterity and strength to perform standard duties including patient care, treatments, documentation and equipment use Ability to effectively communicate with patients and staff from varied cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Skill in making appropriate and effective decisions based on needs of the patient, priorities of the department, and the Medical Center and Department Policies and Procedures. Ability to work as a member of a team, including sharing knowledge, giving/receiving feedback, taking initiative to assist others, problem solving, providing an atmosphere conducive to learning. Licensure /certification as a PT or OT, or eligibility to work as such Current CPR card. CCS Paneling if working with patients 0-21 years in outpatient CCS clinic. Must work under the supervision of a CCS therapist if not CCS paneled, when working with patients 0-21 Demonstrates knowledge of etiology, course, prognosis, and manifestations of a wide variety of disease processes. Demonstrates ability to establish a clinical impression and patient problem list for patients with a wide variety of disease processes with appropriate indications/contraindications for treatment. Demonstrates ability to establish an appropriate treatment plan, select appropriate treatment techniques, assess the results based upon synthesis of all available information, and the patients' functional goals, with changes in the plan and timely discharge as indicated. Ability to perform a wide variety of treatment techniques, consistently and accurately R Ability to effectively and appropriately document patient care activities according to department requirements. Ability to communicate effectively (written and verbal) with patients, caregivers, referring practitioners, peers, management and other health care practitioners. R Ability to identify the need for and utilize appropriate safety and emergency techniques, including CPR, stabilizing equipment, water safety, infection control, care of patient lifelines, and requesting assistance. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesProduce diagnostic images and hemodynamic testing of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Achieve images onto appropriate media, follow UCLA Radiology Department’s verification process, and maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Maintain departmental quality standards. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Practice sterile techniques, maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients to maintain patient’s health until further assistance arrives. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Commitment to customer service and Health Systems C-ICARE initiative. Float between all UCLA Health Department of Radiology ultrasound locations. Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Comply with sonographers Code of Practice. . Graduate of CAAHAP school is preferred. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. QualificationsAbility to accept and carry out oral and written instructions accurately. Skill in performing daily tasks independently, while working as part of a team, within a demanding environment. Ability to promote team ownership of a project and avoid personal control. Ability to prioritize work, handling multiple tasks to completion, within the time allotted. Excellent interpersonal skills effectively and diplomatically with patients, visitors, hospital staff, physicians, and other outside offices both in person and over the phone. Excellent communication skills both verbal and written with persons of various social, cultural, economic, and educational backgrounds. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly in English, using appropriate vocabulary and grammar. Skill in reading documents written in Standard English, including (but not limited to) requisitions, medical, documents, and policy and procedure manuals technical and operator equipment manual. Knowledge of medical terminology, with ability to distinguish between- types of procedures within the assigned department(s) and medical diagnoses. Telephone manners and skills to handle heavy telephone lines with courtesy and tact. Excellent skill in performing under the stress of frequent interruptions and/or distractions. Ability to respond efficiently to expressed needs of referring services, physicians and patients. Ability to be courteous, professional and diplomatic in any given situation, particularly with patients who are anxious and agitated. Ability to be flexible with working hours given adequate notice. Demonstrate consistent professional appearance. Skill in employing independent decision making while performing various job functions. Ability to respond appropriately to emergencies. Understand the requirements of the EMTALA (Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act). Ability to identify and recognize contraindications for exams. (Radiology Only) Ability to adapt to advancement and changing technology. Ability to show attention to detail, accuracy and thoroughness. Ability to establish and maintain a cooperative working relationships with all levels of staff. Basic typing skills to input various data into Information systems. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesProduce diagnostic images and hemodynamic testing of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Achieve images onto appropriate media, follow UCLA Radiology Department’s verification process, and maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Maintain departmental quality standards. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Practice sterile techniques, maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients to maintain patient’s health until further assistance arrives. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Commitment to customer service and Health Systems C-ICARE initiative. Float between all UCLA Health Department of Radiology ultrasound locations. Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Comply with sonographers Code of Practice. . Graduate of CAAHAP school is preferred. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. QualificationsAbility to accept and carry out oral and written instructions accurately. Skill in performing daily tasks independently, while working as part of a team, within a demanding environment. Ability to promote team ownership of a project and avoid personal control. Ability to prioritize work, handling multiple tasks to completion, within the time allotted. Excellent interpersonal skills effectively and diplomatically with patients, visitors, hospital staff, physicians, and other outside offices both in person and over the phone. Excellent communication skills both verbal and written with persons of various social, cultural, economic, and educational backgrounds. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly in English, using appropriate vocabulary and grammar. Skill in reading documents written in Standard English, including (but not limited to) requisitions, medical, documents, and policy and procedure manuals technical and operator equipment manual. Knowledge of medical terminology, with ability to distinguish between- types of procedures within the assigned department(s) and medical diagnoses. Telephone manners and skills to handle heavy telephone lines with courtesy and tact. Excellent skill in performing under the stress of frequent interruptions and/or distractions. Ability to respond efficiently to expressed needs of referring services, physicians and patients. Ability to be courteous, professional and diplomatic in any given situation, particularly with patients who are anxious and agitated. Ability to be flexible with working hours given adequate notice. Demonstrate consistent professional appearance. Skill in employing independent decision making while performing various job functions. Ability to respond appropriately to emergencies. Understand the requirements of the EMTALA (Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act). Ability to identify and recognize contraindications for exams. (Radiology Only) Ability to adapt to advancement and changing technology. Ability to show attention to detail, accuracy and thoroughness. Ability to establish and maintain a cooperative working relationships with all levels of staff. Basic typing skills to input various data into Information systems. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesUnder direct supervision of the General Diagnostic Manager and Medical Director, Radiologic technologist will produce diagnostic images utilizing a variety of radiographic equipment. . Fixed radiographic, fluoroscopic, and mobile equipment following prescribed protocols and procedures. Competently perform radiographic procedures on neonates, infants, children, adults, and geriatric patients. Complete all studies in a timely and efficient manner. Produce film images utilizing Digital Computed Radiography, laser printers, image processors and process as prescribed standards . Duties include patient education prior to the examination; preparation of needed supplies and equipment set up; assist in performing sterile technique procedures as required; follow established quality assurance procedures; maintain patient dignity and confidentiality; assist Radiologist as needed; perform related duties as requested. Radiologic technologists are expected to rotate within UCLA Healthcare radiology locations. Radiologic Technologists need to possess the skills, knowledge and abilities essential to the successful performance of duties assigned to the position; graduate of a Radiologic Technology Training Program approved by the American Medical Association or equivalent training, maintaining current CRT, CRT – Fluoro and ARRT licensure. TYPE OF SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Under general directions, independently perform assigned job duties or general staff duties. Further directions can be obtained from the Department and Hospital policy and procedures manuals as well as Medical Director, Chief Administrative Officer or Chair of the Department. Qualifications* Ability to accept and carry out oral and written instructions accurately. * Skill in performing all daily tasks independently, while working as part of a team, within a demanding environment. * Ability to promote team ownership of a project and avoid personal control. * Ability to prioritize work, handling multiple tasks to completion, within the time allotted. * Excellent interpersonal skills effectively and diplomatically with patients, visitors, hospital staff, physicians, and other outside offices both in person and over the phone. * Excellent communication skills both verbal and written with persons of various social, cultural, economic, and educational backgrounds. * Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly in English, using appropriate vocabulary and grammar. * Skill in reading documents written in standard English, including (but not limited to) requisitions, medical, documents, and policy and procedure manuals technical and operator equipment manual. * Knowledge of medical terminology, with ability to distinguish between- types of procedures within the assigned department(s) and medical diagnoses. * Telephone manners and skills to handle heavy telephone lines with courtesy and tact. * Excellent skill in performing under the stress of frequent interruptions and/or distractions. * Ability to respond efficiently to expressed needs of referring services, physicians and patients. * Ability to be courteous, professional and diplomatic in any given situation, particularly with patients who are anxious and agitated. * Ability to be flexible with working hours given adequate notice. * Demonstrate consistent professional appearance. * Skill in employing independent decision making while performing various job functions. * Ability to respond appropriately to emergency situations. * Understand the requirements of the EMTALA (Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act). * Ability to identify and recognize contraindications for exams.(Radiology Only) * Ability to adapt to advancement and changing technology. * Ability to show attention to detail, accuracy and thoroughness. * Ability to establish and maintain a cooperative working relationships with all levels of staff. * Basic typing skills to input various data into RIS and HIS Information systems. * Demonstrate knowledge of clinical billing (IDX codes) to ensure appropriate accounting and reimbursement of services rendered. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesThe Clinical Specialist, Lead Exercise Physiologist assumes responsibility and accountability for the delivery of patient care in Cardiac Rehabilitation by assisting patients in achieving their optimal functional capacity through exercise (both monitored and non-monitored), education, and risk factor modification. The Lead Exercise Physiologist consistently demonstrates professional skills and abilities, utilizes his/her knowledge base and proficient skills to act as a resource person for patients and staff. This position will lend its expertise ensuring safe and effective individually-tailored exercise plans and prescriptions that follow current guidelines, meet patients’ needs and adhere to physician recommendations. The Lead Exercise Physiologist will participate in the overall case management of Cardiac Rehab patients (to include but not limited to initial evaluations, tele-monitoring, preparing individualized treatment plans and discharge summary reports), and, when needed, assist the Respiratory Therapists’ monitoring Pulmonary Rehab patients. He/she will also conduct educational classes and in-services as needed. The Lead Exercise Physiologist will oversee the non-monitored patients, or Maintenance Program members. Responsible for training and serving as a role model for other Exercise Physiologist in the department. Lastly, this position will participate in other activities as directed by the Manager. QualificationsEducation: Master's degree in Exercise Physiology preferred OR Bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology with a Clinical Exercise Physiology Certification from a nationally accredited organization (i.e., ACSM). Certifications: BLS, ACLS, Clinical Exercise Physiologist, and Certified Cardiac Rehab Professional (CCRP) preferred Work Experience: Minimum of 5 years in Cardiac Rehabilitation AND Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation; Proficient in basic arrhythmia recognition. Completed basic arrhythmia course. Special Skills: Must have knowledge and experience of the following: Cardiovascular anatomy and physiology. Pathophysiology of coronary artery disease and cardiovascular medications effects on exercise. Working knowledge of ScottCare VersaCare and Epic systems. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesPlay a vital role within a world-class health organization. Advance our compassionate, award-winning care. Take your career to the next level. UCan do all this and more at UCLA Health. Under direct supervision of the Breast Imaging Manager, and Medical Director, Breast Imaging technologist will produce diagnostic images of the breast utilizing a variety of mammography and DEXA equipment. Duties include: •Patient education prior to the examination; preparation of needed supplies and equipment set up; assist in performing sterile technique procedures as required; follow established quality assurance procedures; maintain patient dignity and confidentiality; assist Radiologist as needed; perform related duties as requested. • Maintain departmental standards related to MQSA data tracking and Quality Control requirements. • Exercise strict patient confidentiality and monitor patient’s comfort while in the radiology department. • Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness and coordinate exams with other services as needed. • Perform first aid on patients until further assistance can be obtained to maintain patient’s health. • Maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. • Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. • Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. • Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. • Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels.. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. • Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. • Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. • Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. • Coordinate exams with other services as needed and coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. • Communicate with nursing units’ pertinent patient information. • Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. • In addition: You will float between UCLA Heath Breast Imaging Centers and participate in rotating shifts as needed. QualificationsRequired: •Graduate of a Radiologic Technology Training Program approved by the American Medical Association. •Must be Certified Radiology Technologist in Mammography. •BLS/CPR Certification •Ability to operate mammography equipment for 2D, 3D mammograms and Stereotactic biopsy, PACS review workstation and Laser printer. •Perform all required QC for MQSA. •Ability to perform all physical requirements pertaining to the transport of patients in beds, gurneys and wheelchairs. •Ability to understand medical terminology, interpret clinical data and adjust technical factors to produce optimal images. •Ability to work as part of a team in a medical setting. •Skill in listening and comprehending information received in person or over the phone. •Skill in reading and writing in Standard English text to respond to call and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members and all hospital personnel. •Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to communicate with patients and staff. •Ability to work under stressful conditions with frequent interruptions. Preferred: •One to two years’ experience in Breast Imaging and DEXA. UCLA Health is a world-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles as well as the David Geffen School of Medicine. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we have become Los Angeles’ trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient care. If you’re looking to experience greater challenge and fulfillment in your career, UCan at UCLA Health. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesPlay an important role within a dynamic, world-class health provider. Work with the most advanced technology to deliver exceptional patient care. Grow your professional potential. UCan do all this and more at UCLA Health. As a Radiological Technologist, you will contribute to our quality care by producing diagnostic images utilizing a variety of radiographic equipment, including fixed radiographic, fluoroscopic, and mobile equipment. You will perform radiographic procedures on neonates, infants, children, adults, and geriatric patients. Duties include: Patient education prior to the examination Preparation of supplies and equipment set up Helping perform sterile technique procedures Following established quality assurance procedures Maintaining patient dignity and confidentiality Assisting radiologists as needed This position involves rotating within our various radiology locations. Qualifications* We’re seeking a graduate of an AMA approved Radiologic Technology Training Program with: Current CRT, CRT-Fluoro, ARRT and BLS/CPR certification Excellent communication, interpersonal, prioritizing, decision making and multi-tasking skills Understanding of medical terminology and medical diagnoses Flexibility and the ability to perform under stressful situations Ability to identify and recognize contraindications for exams Knowledge of clinical billing (IDX codes) UCLA Health is a world-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we have become Los Angeles’ trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient care. If you’re looking to experience greater challenge and fulfillment in your career, UCan at UCLA Health. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesProvide speech pathology services to patients in the acute setting. Includes assessment and treatment for patients with swallowing and communication problems. This is a weekend position - schedule can be flexible. QualificationsCalifornia State Speech Pathology license - Must have experience working in the hospital environment - Ability to provide services to children with communication disorders is not required but is a plus - Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities - Able to efficiently learn new computer and clinic systems - Excellent documentation abilities UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Santa Monica, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesIn this role, you will participate in total patient care, assist with preparing patients for examinations, procedures and minor surgeries, administering and recording medications, draw and process labs, acting as a patient liaison, and stock and maintaining exam and procedure rooms. Ability to utilize the University's EMR (EPIC/CareConnect) to process the patient through the visit including but not limited to: arrive/room patients, accurately take and record vital signs, record necessary data elements as outlined in scope of work, obtain lab results and patient reports, facilitate prescriptions as outlined in scope of work, ensure correct electronic charting procedures, facilitate consent process using electronic program (iMed), facilitate follow-up appointment scheduling, provide patient with completed After Visit Summary (AVS) and respond to In-Basket notifications and complete or forward to appropriate individual(s) in a timely manner. Act as a staff person in the office, assisting with patient care and maintaining high standards of care in the community offices. Be able to work with minimal supervision. QualificationsKnowledge of normal and abnormal symptomology and life threatening medical problems. Current and valid CPR certification with ability to administer CPR.Ability to skillfully administer oral, IM and subcutaneous medications. Ability to perform venipuncture with skill, adhering to all OSHA PPE safety requirements. Ability to obtain accurate vital signs and drug refills.Ability to assist in medical emergencies and office procedures. Ability to use computerized patient care systems.Knowledge of medical terminology. Interpersonal skills to interact with patients, families, ancillary departments, physicians and co-workers in a courteous and compassionate manner. Skill to accurately perform a 12-lead EKG. Ability to order medical and clinical supplies and maintain adequate inventory. Knowledge to schedule patient for referrals to specialists. Ability to be flexible in working both back and front office to facilitate smooth workflow. Knowledge and ability to set up and assist physician with any procedures such as, but not limited to audiometry, spirometry, O2 saturation levels, skin tag and mole removals, ear lavage, colposcopies, flexible sigmoidoscopies. Ability to perform accurate quality control and patient sample testing for waived tests. Knowledge of all safety requirements when handling Biohazardous specimens or contaminated instruments. Knowledge of MSDS and emergency treatments. Skill in maintaining a harmonious work atmosphere, practicing excellent customer service. Current Medical Assistant Certification or medical assistant diploma/certificate from a secondary, post-secondary, or adult education program. Minimum of two years experience as medical assistant a physician office, medical facility or in an Internal Medicine/Family Practice. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesServe as a reception, scheduling and Image Librarian Assistant. Incumbents are responsible for a full complement of Radiology front end processes including Reception, Image Library, Scheduling, and Technologist Assistant duties on a rotating basis. Reception duties include the registration/arrival of patients; obtain clinical information pertinent to the scheduled exams; collect cash/insurance and authorization information. Digital Librarian duties include digitization of hardcopy images; create hardcopy and/or CDs of images; and retrieve comparison studies. Scheduling Radiology exams for Oncology is required for add-on and follow-up appointments, etc. Technologist assistant duties include facilitating patient preparation, safety screening and education. The Administrative Assistant III demonstrates maximum flexibility and multitasking capabilities while working with staff as a team. QualificationsStrong interpersonal and verbal communication skills. Ability to interact appropriately and congenially with staff, faculty, fellows, residents and patients. Ability to establish comfortable relationships with patients and their family member. Ability to independently make decision in the absence of superiors. Ability to adjust to changing priorities, frequent interruptions, deadlines, emergencies and heavy workload. Strong working knowledge of personal computers, HIS and RIS systems. Demonstrated experience with work processing, spreadsheet and database programs, statistical programs including but not limited to: Microsoft Office suite-Word, Excel, Access. Skill in typing with accuracy and moderate speed. Ability to use mathematical skills to efficiently analyze various pertinent data related to workload and finance, Medical terminology to a level permitting accurate preparation of scheduling patient procedures, interacting with physicians, patients and staff. Basic organizational skills to ensure a workable, efficient office including organization schedules, electronic and paper records and files, etc. Skill in analyzing information or situations to define a problem, identify relevant concerns, formulate logical and objective conclusions and alternatives. Ability to handle confidentiality issues with tact and diplomacy. Familiarity in gathering of data and data analysis to assist in budget preparation and financial analysis as it relates to the CVIR section. Ability to read and write correspondence and reports of a business nature using good grammar, punctuation and syntax. Basic organization skills to ensure a workable, efficient office including organizing schedules, electronic and paper records and files, etc.Working knowledge of hospital/billing forms and the ability to explain services and charges to patients and/or family. Skill in quickly assimilating and retaining a large body of financial screening and patient registration information. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 16, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Santa Monica, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesDuties to be performed on the job: Ability to work with minimum supervision to produce diagnostic images of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Print images onto appropriate media. Provide permanent data of procedures as required or requested by the Radiologist. Maintain departmental standards related to Quality Assurance controls. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Participate in departmental In-Service training programs. Practice sterile techniques maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients until further assistance can be obtained to maintain patient’s health. Float between all UCLA Health System Radiology locations (100 Medical Plaza, 200 Medical Plaza, RRMC, SMUCLA, SMIR clinic, SM Women’s Center, and Manhattan Beach Radiology, thousand Oaks, Porter Ranch, Redondo Beach, Calabasas, and any additional centers). Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. Must be a Graduate of CAAHAP Sonography program is required. ARDMS Required. Must have a valid CPR. QualificationsBe proficient in abdomen and OBGYN Sonographic anatomy and pathology. Knowledge of hemodynamic of the vascular system with basic knowledge of venous anatomy. Must be ARDMS certified and maintain at least one specialty RDMS license, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN and/or vascular. Must maintain a current CPR certification. Skill in listening and comprehending information received in person or over the phone. Ability to perform all physical requirements pertaining to the transport of patients in beds, gurneys and wheelchairs. Skill in reading and writing in standard English text and be able to respond to calls and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members. Ability to operate PACS and RIS and other image / data recording systems. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to communicate with patients and staff. Ability to understand medical and Sonographic terminology. Ability to interpret clinical data and adjust technical factors to produce optimal images. Ability to work as part of a team in a medical setting. Ability to work under stressful conditions with frequent interruptions. Ability to display superior customer service. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesIncumbent is a subject matter expert and leader of Comprehensive Care Coordinators (CCCs)in activities surrounding care coordination and health navigation of patients who are at high risk. The Lead CCC possesses an in-depth knowledge and understanding of numerous variables and interrelationships in the primary care innovation model and medical home, adeptly navigating the complexities of patient care, including transitions of care between inpatient and outpatient services. Incumbent is responsible for leading and managing projects that promote and enhance the CCC role, including orientation and training, report development and data analytics, project management, and cross-covering clinics. The Lead CCC independently performs analysis and manages projects under the direction of Ambulatory Care Coordination leadership, Office of Population Health and Accountable Care, Physician Leadership and Nurse Case Managers in supporting the patient and preventing risk inpatient admission or ER visit. Incumbent will report directly to the Manager, Comprehensive Care Coordination. Work will be assigned by the Care Team –which will include Manager of Comprehensive Care Coordinators, Office of Population Health and Accountable Care, Physician Leadership and Nurse Case Manager. Incumbent conducts a broad spectrum of complex analytical duties that leads to new and/or not yet tested recommendations by independently performing gap analyses to identify priority projects, outline project milestones and deliverables, and execute projects through completion and evaluation. The incumbent will develop data reporting, analyze results, and offer solutions and projects in response to areas of need. QualificationsAt least 6 months of experience working at UCLA as a Comprehensive Care Coordinator. Ability to perform all Microsoft Word and Excel with accuracy and appropriate formatting. Skill in reading and understanding documents written in standard English text for informational communication, action and distribution. Writing skills to compose, edit and proofread routine business correspondence using appropriate English grammar, syntax, spelling and punctuation. Oral communication skills to speak with individuals of varying backgrounds to obtain and convey specific information. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with physicians, staff, patients, and administrative personnel. Ability to independently analyze information or problems, identify relevant factors, trends, and options, then implement and monitor solutions. Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Skill in organizing and prioritizing workload in order to meet deadlines in light of changing, heavy workload and competing requirements. Ability to perform job duties in a detailed and accurate manner. Skill in performing with frequent interruptions and/or distractions. Ability to maintain helpful, caring and courteous relationships with our patients, co-workers, and physicians. Working knowledge of the organization and where to go to get issues resolved. Ability to work occasional overtime, as needed. Working knowledge of University policies, procedures and forms, as they relate to performance of job duties. Knowledge of Medical Terminology. Ability to speak conversational Spanish UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesDuties to be performed on the job: Ability to work with minimum supervision to produce diagnostic images of the human anatomy utilizing both stationary and portable ultrasound equipment. Record patient images via appropriate archival media, transfer images as needed. Review clinical information regarding patient along with images with the Radiologist. Print images onto appropriate media. Provide permanent data of procedures as required or requested by the Radiologist. Maintain departmental standards related to Quality Assurance controls. Explain to fellows, residents, and new employee the methods of scanning and equipment operations when directed. Participate in departmental In-Service training programs. Practice sterile techniques maintain aseptic conditions and use universal precautions at all times. Perform first aid on patients until further assistance can be obtained to maintain patient’s health. Float between all UCLA Health System Radiology locations (100 Medical Plaza, 200 Medical Plaza, RRMC, SMUCLA, SMIR clinic, SM Women’s Center, and Manhattan Beach Radiology, thousand Oaks, Porter Ranch, Redondo Beach, Calabasas, and any additional centers). Adhere to on-call, holiday, and weekend schedules as prepared by the manager. Participate in rotating shifts as required. Exercise strict patient confidentiality. Monitor patient’s comfort while in the ultrasound department. Demonstrate a professional attitude by being courteous towards patients, co-workers, and physicians. Review Radiology request for appropriateness. Coordinate exams with other services as needed. Coordinate transfer of patient to the observation area as needed. Communicate with Nursing units’ pertinent patient information. Perform various types of ultrasound exams according to departmental protocol. Follow departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Maintain accurate up-to-date records of procedures performed. Ensure Radiology requisitions are properly completed. Initiate proper requests for required maintenance or repair of equipment. Inspect all devices for damage and ensure they are operating within accepted parameters. Maintain accurate record of all supplies used and initiate orders to maintain supply par levels. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion. Comply with Medical Center health and infection control policies. Comply with personnel standards in employee and technologist handbooks. Adhere to departmental attendance and tardiness policies. Must maintain Active RDMS certification in one specialty, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN. Must be a Graduate of CAAHAP Sonography program is required. ARDMS Required. Must have a valid CPR. QualificationsBe proficient in abdomen and OBGYN Sonographic anatomy and pathology. Knowledge of hemodynamic of the vascular system with basic knowledge of venous anatomy. Must be ARDMS certified and maintain at least one specialty RDMS license, i.e. Abdomen or OB-GYN and/or vascular. Must maintain a current CPR certification. Skill in listening and comprehending information received in person or over the phone. Ability to perform all physical requirements pertaining to the transport of patients in beds, gurneys and wheelchairs. Skill in reading and writing in standard English text and be able to respond to calls and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members. Ability to operate PACS and RIS and other image / data recording systems. Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to communicate with patients and staff. Ability to understand medical and Sonographic terminology. Ability to interpret clinical data and adjust technical factors to produce optimal images. Ability to work as part of a team in a medical setting. Ability to work under stressful conditions with frequent interruptions. Ability to display superior customer service. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesOutpatient Pharmacy Technician: Play a key role in the delivery of world-class patient care. Continuously elevate quality of care within an award winning health system. Leverage your expertise to make a life changing difference . At UCLA Health outpatient pharmacy, you can do all this and more. Under the direction of the staff pharmacist and pharmacy supervisor, the Pharmacy technician assists in all technical aspects of prescription filling and dispensing activities, within the scope of their license. Duties include processing, filling and dispensing prescriptions as well as inventory management and medication delivery at bedside QualificationsKnowledge of pharmaceutical generic and trade names and their dosage forms, and the ability to cross-reference common drugs from memory. Ability to accurately perform pharmaceutical calculations. Knowledge of medical terminology and pharmaceutical abbreviations. Ability to work independently and follow-through on assignments with minimal supervision. Telephone and verbal skills required to communicate clearly and effectively with pharmacists, nurses, physicians and other allied health professionals. Requires intense and consistent concentration with attention to detail, and requires speed and accuracy. Requires normal range of hearing and vision in order to communicate and perform effectively. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, sit, and walk. Requires ability to lift 25 lbs and push 50 lbs. Customer service, and problem solving skills CA Pharmacy Tech license required UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesYou can expand your professional circle while working at UCLA Health. As an X-Ray Tech/Medical Assistant on the UCLA Health Faculty Practice Group Float Team, you will travel to various ambulatory clinics to provide administrative and patient care support. You will provide world-class care by performing high quality X-rays of the extremities and torso. Each day will be an exciting opportunity to work with new patients and colleagues, all while having the support and recognition that comes with being a part of UCLA Health. As a full-time member of our staff, you’ll enjoy outstanding benefits, including health, dental, and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. In this role, you will travel to all UCLA Community practices throughout the greater Southern California area. Flexibility in days and hours varies by assignment. QualificationsSkill and knowledge to maintain current Medical Assistant Certification or diploma Limited or Full X-Ray license Minimum of six months of working experience as a Medical Assistant in a healthcare setting. Possession of active CPR certification/BLS Possession Phlebotomy Certification (preferred) Experience performing venipuncture and injections and a 12-lead EKG Knowledge and ability to set up and assist physician with any procedures UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesYou can expand your professional circle while working at UCLA Health. As a Medical Assistant on the UCLA Health Faculty Practice Group Float Team, you will travel to various ambulatory clinics to provide administrative and patient care support. Each day will be an exciting opportunity to work with new patients and colleagues, all while having the support and recognition that comes with being a part of UCLA Health. As a full-time member of our staff, you’ll enjoy outstanding benefits, including health, dental, and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. In this role, you will travel to all UCLA Community practices throughout the greater Southern California area. Days and hours may vary depending on assignment. QualificationsSkill and knowledge to maintain current Medical Assistant Certification or diploma Minimum of six months of working experience as a Medical Assistant in a healthcare setting. Possession of active CPR certification/BLS Possession Phlebotomy Certification (preferred) Knowledge of all instruments and supplies to perform physical examinations and procedures Ability to take vital signs, administer medications, and obtain drug refills Knowledge of symptomatology of common and/or life threatening medical problems and assessing abnormal laboratory values Experience performing phlebotomy, BLS certification, injections, and other skills within scope of practice Ability to use a computerized patient care systems and proficiency with the Windows operating system UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020
Full time
 
UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA, USA
ResponsibilitiesAs a part of the Professional Resource Network (PRN), provide administrative and patient care support to various ambulatory clinics. Assist in coordinating patient flow throughout the clinic, from registration to discharge. Work as a member of the Ambulatory Care clinic team to provide smooth outpatient flow resulting in optimum patient satisfaction and clinic operation. Candidates are expected to recognize normal and abnormal signs and symptoms and life threatening emergencies. Support different teams/ practices to cover illnesses, holidays, and leaves of absence. This role requires a Team Assistant with a highly flexible, enthusiastic and proactive approach. Candidates who apply must be willing to travel throughout the UCLA Community. Days and hours may vary depending on assignments. (Base hours are 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.) QualificationsSkill and knowledge to maintain current Medical Assistant Certification or diploma. Minimum of six months of working experience as a Medical Assistant in a healthcare setting (preferred) Possession of active CPR certification/BLS Possession of Phlebotomy Certification (preferred) Knowledge of all instruments and supplies to perform physical examinations and/or procedures. Ability to take vital signs, administer medications and obtain drug refills as needed. Ability to recognize abnormal laboratory values and report to the physician. Knowledge of symptomatology of common and or life threatening medical problems. Interpersonal skills in maintaining a cooperative working environment with the physicians, staff, and all health providers. Performs phlebotomy, CPR, Injections, and other skills within scope of practice. Demonstrate proficiency in computer skills, Windows computer function, computer navigation, and ability to use computerized patient care systems. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Jan 09, 2020