Methodist Health System

       

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Dallas-based Methodist Health System has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the fastest-growing health systems in the U.S. Over the past decade, our nonprofit health system has tripled in size. Ten hospitals proudly carry the Methodist name as part of Methodist Health System or through joint-venture affiliations. Soon our 11th hospital will open in Midlothian. Plus, Methodist Medical Group, the physician organization affiliated with Methodist Health System, includes over two dozen Methodist Family Health Centers and Medical Groups, Methodist Urgent Care clinics, and other specialty practices throughout North Texas.

Our dedication to quality care and our commitment to our employees go hand in hand. So it’s not surprising that Methodist Health System continues winning recognition in both areas, including:

  • Methodist Dallas, Methodist Mansfield, and Methodist Richardson Medical Centers: Magnet®-designated for nursing excellence
  • A Best Place to Work 15 years straight by the Dallas Business Journal
  • Becker’s Hospital Review 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare nine years in a row
  • Ranked No. 2 Top Hospitals and Health Systems in America by DiversityInc
  • One of three 2019 Top Healthcare Diversity Organization in the U.S.

At Methodist Health System, we’re more than a team. We’re family. We respect each other, support each other, and even play softball together. Most of all, we collaborate to be the best caregivers possible. In our cooperative, friendly workplace, the contribution of every person matters. That’s why our leadership listens to you and welcomes your voice in process initiatives.

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Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Laboratory Support Specialist collects, processes, and distributes specimens submitted for testing. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required. Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Dec 05, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Imaging Technician 2 repairs, maintains, tests, and calibrates advanced imaging equipment/systems to ensure their safe and proper operation. Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities according to departmental guidelines, manufacturers recommendations/specifications established Methodist Health System policies/procedures and industry-recognized standards. Document all maintenance activities in a timely manner as defined the in the Biomedical Engineering departmental guidelines. Provides guidance and mentors Level I and Level II Technicians as needed on more complex issues/repairs. Your Job Requirements: Requires an Associate Degree in Biomedical Technology or Bachelor Degree in Medical Electronics field to provide supportive and technical expertise to customers (Military and Manufacturer specific training will be considered in lieu of academic certificate) CRES certification preferred 5 years experience preferred as an imaging equipment repair tech, with a minimum of 3 years working on complex imaging modalities, to include: CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Cath Lab Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Dec 05, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging Respiratory Therapist position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Respiratory Therapist consistently performs evidence based pulmonary care and diagnostic testing in accordance with physician orders and evidence based protocols. Your Job Requirements: Currently licensed in good standing as a Respiratory Care Practitioners (RCP) by the state of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcard Provider BLS certification required ACLS, NRP, PALS where applicable certification - must obtain within 1 year of hire) Registered by the National Board for Respiratory Care If Certified, must be Registry eligible and obtain Registered status within 6 months of hire At least 1 year respiratory care experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Dec 04, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Surgical Technician II Certified understands the procedure being performed and assures that all equipment, instrumentation, and supplies are available for the case. Articulates the needs of the surgeon. Handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. Participates in setting up and turning over the operating room for cases. Your Job Requirements: High School Diploma and/or GED equivalent Graduate of Surgical Technologist program, military trained, or AD in Surgical Technology preferred Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) required Must have advanced competencies in a minimum of 4 specialties (specailties to be determined by each hospital) Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Dec 04, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical allied imaging professional position, you'll collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to provide the very best imaging services, which include ultrasound, CT scan, PET scan, interventional radiology, digital mammography, and nuclear medicine. The primary purpose of the Radiologic Technologist position is to perform radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging services. In addition, he/she performs specialized imaging techniques when fluoroscopic guidance is requested and assists the Radiologist when appropriate. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an approved Radiologic Technologist Program Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification Texas Medical Board License Work Experience: 1 year preferred Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Dec 04, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
JOB SUMMARY: WORKS UNDER THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF THE PHYSICIAN OR NURSING PERSONNEL. REPORTS DIRECTLY TO THE OFFICE MANAGER. IS ABLE TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AS INSTRUCTED BY THE PHYSICIAN; PERFORMS ROUTINE CLINICAL PROCEDURES AS DIRECTED BY THE PHYSICIAN; PARTICIPATES IN PATIENT EDUCATION; ENTERS APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTATION INTO PATIENTS’ CHARTS; PERFORMS ALL OTHER DUTIES ASSIGNED WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR LICENSURES. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (THIS LIST MAY NOT INCLUDE ALL OF THE DUTIES ASSIGNED.) Implements patient care under the guidance and direction of the physician, nurse and/or clinical supervisor. May screen phone calls during triage under the supervision of a physician or nurse. Will function as a patient screener only, and will not make medical decisions during the triage process. Any triage phone call or face-to-face triage situation requiring a medical decision will be immediately referred to the nurse or physician. May perform intramuscular, intradermal, or subcutaneous injections if certified and approved by the physician. After administering injections, the action must be documented in the patient’s medical record, and countersigned by the physician. Assists physicians and/or nurses in providing nursing care to patients in accordance with clinic policies and procedures. Takes patient history, height, weight, temperature and blood pressure. Performs general nursing duties as appropriate within the licensure and state guidelines. Conforms to OSHA Regulations and Precautions. Records and signs all information in the patient’s medical record. Transfers medical records as requested. Demonstrates an extensive working knowledge and practice of infection control procedures. Cleans and disinfects all instruments, exam rooms, lab and nurses station. Assures presence of necessary instruments. As instructed and directed by the physician, notifies patients of test results. Arranges for patient admissions, procedures and tests ordered by the physician. Arranges surgery schedule with patients, other professionals and healthcare facilities. Checks-in patients, verifies and updates demographic and insurance information to the medical record. Assists patients with ambulatory difficulties. Follows office scheduling policies. Collects payments and enters charges into computer system. Registers new patients into computer system and verifies all patients’ addresses, telephone numbers and insurance information. Maintains strict patient confidentiality, uses complete discretion when discussing patient information. Willingly participates in continuing education and other appropriate activities to maintain professional competence. Sets up patient appointments and referrals. Follows up on missed appointments. Maintains and follows all office policies and procedures. Performs additional tasks, special projects and/or duties as negotiated. Maintains strictest confidentiality. Adheres to MMG policies and procedures; MMG does not Code for any practice. Must be able to work with other staff members to foster a team approach to the highest quality of patient care and staff cooperation Must be able to support the clinic efficiency and cohesion. Prepares new and establish patient records for office visit by filing current reports, obtaining requested reports from outside facilities and generalized filing duties Obtaining precertification on scheduled hospital test for patients PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: The responsibilities and duties listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required. Knowledge of professional nursing theory and practice to give and evaluate patient care. Skill in applying and interpreting principles, methods and techniques of professional nursing to provide patient care. Perception necessary to observe pertinent detail when reading thermometers, blood pressure devices, other equipment, gauges and observe patient’s condition. Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions to establish a safe working environment. Ability to maintain quality control standards. Strong positive interpersonal skills; can effectively communicate both verbally and written. High degree of initiative and organizational skills. EDUCATION Graduation from an accredited program for medical assistants. CERTIFICATION/LICENSE Required: National/Registered Medical Assistant Certification or obtained certification within 90 days of hire date. Preferred: Valid CPR certification EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS Two or more years of professional medical assisting in a practice setting preferred. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 100 pounds with assistance. Requires normal visual acuity and hearing. Extensive standing and walking; frequent exposure to potentially infectious agents, communicable diseases, toxic substances, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a physician’s office; requires working under stressful conditions or working irregular hours. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment.
Dec 04, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Surgical Technician II Certified understands the procedure being performed and assures that all equipment, instrumentation, and supplies are available for the case. Articulates the needs of the surgeon. Handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. Participates in setting up and turning over the operating room for cases. Your Job Requirements: High School Diploma and/or GED equivalent Graduate of Surgical Technologist program, military trained, or AD in Surgical Technology preferred BCLS certified Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) required Must have advanced competencies in a minimum of 4 specialties (specailties to be determined by each hospital) Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Dec 04, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging Respiratory Therapist position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Respiratory Therapist consistently performs evidence based pulmonary care and diagnostic testing in accordance with physician orders and evidence based protocols. Your Job Requirements: Currently licensed in good standing as a Respiratory Care Practitioners (RCP) by the state of Texas Current BLS certification required ACLS, NRP, PALS where applicable certification - must obtain within 1 year of hire) Registered by the National Board for Respiratory Care If Certified, must be Registry eligible and obtain Registered status within 6 months of hire At least 1 year respiratory care experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 27, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
JOB SUMMARY: WORKS UNDER THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF THE PHYSICIAN OR NURSING PERSONNEL. REPORTS DIRECTLY TO THE OFFICE MANAGER. IS ABLE TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AS INSTRUCTED BY THE PHYSICIAN; PERFORMS ROUTINE CLINICAL PROCEDURES AS DIRECTED BY THE PHYSICIAN; PARTICIPATES IN PATIENT EDUCATION; ENTERS APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTATION INTO PATIENTS’ CHARTS; PERFORMS ALL OTHER DUTIES ASSIGNED WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR LICENSURES. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (THIS LIST MAY NOT INCLUDE ALL OF THE DUTIES ASSIGNED.) Implements patient care under the guidance and direction of the physician, nurse and/or clinical supervisor. May screen phone calls during triage under the supervision of a physician or nurse. Will function as a patient screener only, and will not make medical decisions during the triage process. Any triage phone call or face-to-face triage situation requiring a medical decision will be immediately referred to the nurse or physician. May perform intramuscular, intradermal, or subcutaneous injections if certified and approved by the physician. After administering injections, the action must be documented in the patient’s medical record, and countersigned by the physician. Assists physicians and/or nurses in providing nursing care to patients in accordance with clinic policies and procedures. Takes patient history, height, weight, temperature and blood pressure. Performs general nursing duties as appropriate within the licensure and state guidelines. Conforms to OSHA Regulations and Precautions. Records and signs all information in the patient’s medical record. Transfers medical records as requested. Demonstrates an extensive working knowledge and practice of infection control procedures. Cleans and disinfects all instruments, exam rooms, lab and nurses station. Assures presence of necessary instruments. As instructed and directed by the physician, notifies patients of test results. Arranges for patient admissions, procedures and tests ordered by the physician. Arranges surgery schedule with patients, other professionals and healthcare facilities. Checks-in patients, verifies and updates demographic and insurance information to the medical record. Assists patients with ambulatory difficulties. Follows office scheduling policies. Collects payments and enters charges into computer system. Registers new patients into computer system and verifies all patients’ addresses, telephone numbers and insurance information. Maintains strict patient confidentiality, uses complete discretion when discussing patient information. Willingly participates in continuing education and other appropriate activities to maintain professional competence. Sets up patient appointments and referrals. Follows up on missed appointments. Maintains and follows all office policies and procedures. Performs additional tasks, special projects and/or duties as negotiated. Maintains strictest confidentiality. Adheres to MMG policies and procedures; MMG does not Code for any practice. Must be able to work with other staff members to foster a team approach to the highest quality of patient care and staff cooperation Must be able to support the clinic efficiency and cohesion. Prepares new and establish patient records for office visit by filing current reports, obtaining requested reports from outside facilities and generalized filing duties Obtaining precertification on scheduled hospital test for patients PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: The responsibilities and duties listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required. Knowledge of professional nursing theory and practice to give and evaluate patient care. Skill in applying and interpreting principles, methods and techniques of professional nursing to provide patient care. Perception necessary to observe pertinent detail when reading thermometers, blood pressure devices, other equipment, gauges and observe patient’s condition. Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions to establish a safe working environment. Ability to maintain quality control standards. Strong positive interpersonal skills; can effectively communicate both verbally and written. High degree of initiative and organizational skills. EDUCATION Graduation from an accredited program for medical assistants. CERTIFICATION/LICENSE Required: National/Registered Medical Assistant Certification or obtained certification within 90 days of hire date. Preferred: Valid CPR certification EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS Two or more years of professional medical assisting in a practice setting preferred. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 100 pounds with assistance. Requires normal visual acuity and hearing. Extensive standing and walking; frequent exposure to potentially infectious agents, communicable diseases, toxic substances, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a physician’s office; requires working under stressful conditions or working irregular hours. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment.
Nov 27, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients by performing paraprofessional tasks that will ensure a high quality of pharmacy service. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required. IV certification preferred. Registered technician with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy or Pharmacy student with current Pharmacy Intern license. Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 27, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Physical Medicine Tech assists in the practice of physical/occupational therapy within scope of training under the on-site supervision of reasonable proximity of a Physical/Occupational Therapist or Physical/Occupational Therapist Assistant. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required. Current BCLS certification. Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Allen, TX, USA
JOB SUMMARY: WORKS UNDER THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF THE PHYSICIAN OR NURSING PERSONNEL. REPORTS DIRECTLY TO THE OFFICE MANAGER. IS ABLE TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AS INSTRUCTED BY THE PHYSICIAN; PERFORMS ROUTINE CLINICAL PROCEDURES AS DIRECTED BY THE PHYSICIAN; PERFORMS ALL OTHER DUTIES ASSIGNED WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR CERTIFICATION. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (THIS LIST MAY NOT INCLUDE ALL OF THE DUTIES ASSIGNED.) Implements patient care under the guidance and direction of the physician, providers, nurse and/or clinical supervisor. May screen phone calls during triage under the supervision of a physician, provider, or nurse. Will function as a patient screener only, and will not make medical decisions during the triage process. Any triage phone call or face-to-face triage situation requiring a medical decision will be immediately referred to the nurse or physician. May perform intramuscular, intradermal, or subcutaneous injections approved by the physician and will complete the required documentation. Performs CLIA waived lab testing, specimen collection (e.g. phlebotomy, cultures) under physician supervision and prepare and storing specimens properly and corresponding lab company pick up. Assists physicians/providers and/or nurses in providing health care to patients in accordance with clinic policies and procedures. Performs general medical assistant duties as appropriate within the certification and state guidelines. Conforms to OSHA Regulations and Precautions. Participates in daily, weekly, or monthly quality assurance monitoring of all clinic procedure supply and equipment: medications, vaccines, clinical equipment, and any patient testing supply. Demonstrates an extensive working knowledge and practice of infection control procedures. Maintains an organized, confidential, disinfected and clean work area. As instructed and directed by the physician or providers, notifies patients of test results, refills medications, and assisting with health care forms. Sets up patient appointments, surgical admissions, procedures, referrals, obtains precertification on scheduled hospital test and tests ordered by the physician. Arranges surgery schedule with patients, other professionals and healthcare facilities. Checks-in patients, verifies and updates demographic and insurance information to the medical record. Assists patients with ambulatory difficulties. Follows office scheduling policies and schedule patient appointments. Collects payments and enters charges into computer system. Registers new patients into computer system and verifies all patient addresses, telephone numbers and insurance information. Maintains strict patient confidentiality, follows HIPPA Guidelines, and use discretion when discussing patient information. Willingly participates in continuing education and other appropriate activities to maintain professional competence. Must be able to work with other staff members to foster a team approach to the highest quality of patient care and staff cooperation. Must be able to support the clinic efficiency and cohesion. Prepares new and established patient records for office visit by filing current reports, obtaining requested reports from outside facilities and generalized filing duties. At facilities with X-Ray equipment, medical assistants’ trained and NCT certified will perform x-rays (within their scope of practice) ordered by providers. Performs additional tasks, special projects and/or duties as assigned. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS Knowledge of OSHA Regulations and Precautions, medical assistance practice, and patient care. Knowledge of clinic examination, diagnostic and treatment room procedures. Skill in assisting in a variety of treatments and medications as directed. Skill in taking vital signs. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, medical staff and the public. Ability to interpret and apply guidelines and procedures. Ability to maintain quality control standards. Strong positive interpersonal skills; can effectively communicate both verbally and written. High degree of initiative and organizational skills. EDUCATION Graduation from an accredited program for medical assistants. CERTIFICATION/LICENSE Required: National/Registered Medical Assistant Certification or obtained certification within 90 days of hire date. Required: Current Healthcare Provider BLS (CPR) Certification required from AHA (American Heart Association) EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS Two or more years of professional medical assisting in a practice setting preferred. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Requires normal visual acuity and hearing, occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 100 pounds with assistance, and extensive standing and walking. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS May include exposure to communicable diseases, bodily fluids, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment including working under stressful conditions or working irregular hours.
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Job Summary Category B: Employee with patient care impact. FLSA: Non-exempt Job Purpose: Serve as a liaison between health care providers and patients. Duties include triaging patient phone calls, documentation of all actions, communications and assisting with clinic visits as needed. Supports the mission, vision, values and strategic goals of Methodist Health System. Education High school Diploma or Equivalent required Successful completion of Medical Assistant Program required Licenses and/or Certifications (Required and Preferred) Required: National/Registered Medical Assistant Certification or obtained certification within 90 days of hire date. Related Work Experience and Other Skills Ability to develop/maintain rapport with various levels of management personnel Bilingual skills preferred Computer skills to Operate Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel Excellent Customer service skills. Must be professional and friendly in interacting with patients and staff Proficient with technical office equipment including computers, printers, fax, copiers and telephones Uses good problem solving skills. Is proactive, not reactive, and is able to analyze facts accurately, developing recommendations and takes appropriate actions to resolve or avoid issues that have proven to be problematic. Work Experience: 1 year experience in direct patient contact in a medical setting Department Specific Competencies (Clinical Only) Physical Demands and Work Environment Job Roles MA PATIENT CARE COORDINATOR 10375-0827 Proficiency Level Clinical Support Duties: Triage patient calls and ensure that all calls are returned within Job Description Page 1 of 2 established time frame; Notify health care provider of test results in a timely manner; Obtain and communicate test results to patients as directed; Communicate patient concerns to appropriate health care provider; Document pertinent data in patient chart, OTTR and/or EMR as required; Complete prescription refills as required; Obtain pathology, radiology, lab results and other reports; Complete disability and medical leave forms; Complete demographic information on lab requisitions as required, including necessary coding; Provide assistance in educating and preparing patients for tests and surgeries; Mail appropriate correspondence to all referral sites, referring physicians and patients in a timely manner; Assure required clinic follow-up; Other administrative and clinical support duties as assigned. - Demonstrate Behavioral Expectations: Assist team members, help develop team cohesiveness and alignment with departmental goals; Assess daily work load to determine volume and urgency; prioritize and adapt to changing patient, physician and professional allied health provider workflow; Accountable for his/her own actions, and ensures that all assigned work is completed in a timely and accurate manner; Foster mutual respect and treat patients and staff with dignity and in a culturally sensitive manner; Contribute to the enhancement of group effectiveness by exchanging information, collaborating with other team members, and providing constructive feedback; Tactfully handles difficult patients and special requests utilizing strong customer service skills; Adheres to MHS Standards of Performance. - Specific transplant patient duties: Enter appropriate, Evaluation, pre- and posttransplant data, test/procedure results obtained from external and internal sources into transplant data base; Obtain lab and other clinical data required maintaining patients' appropriate MELD score; Monitor pre- and post- transplant patient clinical data and assure data is reviewed by a physician as required; Obtain and mail required correspondence to meet transplant regulatory requirements. - Job
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients by assisting with technical aspects of invasive cardiovascular procedures. Your Job Requirements: Associate or bachelor degree, science emphasis or commensurate healthcare experience. CVT: RCIS certified within six months of date of hire. AART and Texas RT(R) required in lieu of RCIS. Current American Heart Association (AHA) BCLS Certification. Current American Heart Association (AHA) ACLS Certification. Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients by performing echocardiograms. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma or GED equivalent. Graduate from an associate degree echo program and/or an accredited echo training program preferred. ARDMS (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers) in adult echo (AE) and/or pediatric echo (PR) required. A written statement from a pediatric cardiologist stating that the applicant is skilled and competent in independently performing all scopes of pediatric echocardiography may be substituted for the ARDMS. Current BLS required; ACLS preferred. Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical allied imaging professional position, you'll collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to provide the very best imaging services, which include ultrasound, CT scan, PET scan, interventional radiology, digital mammography, and nuclear medicine. The primary purpose of the CT Technologist position is to perform all the imaging and clinical duties of a CT TEchnologist, in addition, he/she performs special imaging techniques and assists the Radiologist with interventional procedures that require CT guidance. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an approved Radiologic Technologist Program Current BCLS certification Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists« (ARRT) certification Texas Department of State Health certification Work Experience: 1 year preferred Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Surgical Technician II Certified understands the procedure being performed and assures that all equipment, instrumentation, and supplies are available for the case. Articulates the needs of the surgeon. Handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. Participates in setting up and turning over the operating room for cases. Your Job Requirements: High School Diploma and/or GED equivalent Graduate of Surgical Technologist program, military trained, or AD in Surgical Technology preferred BCLS certified Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) required Must have advanced competencies in a minimum of 4 specialties (specailties to be determined by each hospital) CVOR experience preferred Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Biomedical Equipment Technician II (BMET II) maintains, tests, and calibrates advanced diagnostic and Therapeutic Medical Equipment Systems, as assigned, to insure safe and proper operation. Your Job Requirements: Associates Degree (Military Training or equivalent work experience) in one of the following disciplines: Biomedical Equipment Technology or related field in order to provide supportive and technical expertise to customers 4 years experience working as a BMET I Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Surgical Technician II Certified understands the procedure being performed and assures that all equipment, instrumentation, and supplies are available for the case. Anticipates the needs of the surgeon. Handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. Participates in setting up and turning over the operating room for cases. Your Job Requirements: High School Diploma and/or GED equivalent Graduate of certified Surgical Technologist program, military trained, or AD in Surgical Technology preferred BCLS certified Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) required Must have advanced competencies in a minimum of 3 specialties (specailties to be determined by each hospital) Your Job Responsibilities: Anticipates needs of the surgical team and obtains instrumentation and supplies and available for procedure. Passes instruments to surgeon and assistant during procedure. Assists with terminal cleaning of room and preparation for the following case. Begins cleaning up back table and preparing instruments for terminal cleaning and sterilization as circulator prepares patient to leave the room. Places instruments back in the tray for transport to SPD. Responsible for knowing and adhering to all policy and procedures such as count policy, universal protocol and labeling of medications, etc. Works with students and inexperienced staff on correct method for passing and retrieving instruments during surgical procedures.
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical allied imaging professional position, you'll collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to provide the very best imaging services, which include ultrasound, CT scan, PET scan, interventional radiology, digital mammography, and nuclear medicine. The primary purpose of the Mammography Tehnologist position is to perform quality mammography procedures and assist Radiologist in special procedures for the purpose and early detection of breast abnormalities. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an approved Radiologic Technologist Program and meets the MQSA guidelines Current BCLS certification Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists« certification - ARRT (M) Texas Department of State Health certification Work Experience: 1 year required Or ARRT (R); employee will be required to obtain ARRT (M) license within 1 year of completing orientation Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly visible, fast-paced, and challenging position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients. The Histology Technician will prepare histology specimens for microscopic examination and analyses by Pathologists. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma and completion of a Histology Training Program or equivalent on the job Histology training. HT(ASCP) or eligible, or minimum of 3 years full-time employment in a Histology laboratory Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Job Summary Category B: Employee with patient care impact. FLSA: Non-exempt Job Purpose: Serve as a liaison between health care providers and patients. Duties include triaging patient phone calls, documentation of all actions, communications and assisting with clinic visits as needed. Supports the mission, vision, values and strategic goals of Methodist Health System. Education High school Diploma or Equivalent required Successful completion of Medical Assistant Program preferred Licenses and/or Certifications (Required and Preferred) Certified or Registered Medical Assistant preferred Related Work Experience and Other Skills Ability to develop/maintain rapport with various levels of management personnel Bilingual skills preferred Computer skills to Operate Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel Excellent Customer service skills. Must be professional and friendly in interacting with patients and staff Proficient with technical office equipment including computers, printers, fax, copiers and telephones Uses good problem solving skills. Is proactive, not reactive, and is able to analyze facts accurately, developing recommendations and takes appropriate actions to resolve or avoid issues that have proven to be problematic. Work Experience: 1 year experience in direct patient contact in a medical setting Department Specific Competencies (Clinical Only) Physical Demands and Work Environment Job Roles MA PATIENT CARE COORDINATOR 10375-0827 Proficiency Level Clinical Support Duties: Triage patient calls and ensure that all calls are returned within Job Description Page 1 of 2 established time frame; Notify health care provider of test results in a timely manner; Obtain and communicate test results to patients as directed; Communicate patient concerns to appropriate health care provider; Document pertinent data in patient chart, OTTR and/or EMR as required; Complete prescription refills as required; Obtain pathology, radiology, lab results and other reports; Complete disability and medical leave forms; Complete demographic information on lab requisitions as required, including necessary coding; Provide assistance in educating and preparing patients for tests and surgeries; Mail appropriate correspondence to all referral sites, referring physicians and patients in a timely manner; Assure required clinic follow-up; Other administrative and clinical support duties as assigned. - Demonstrate Behavioral Expectations: Assist team members, help develop team cohesiveness and alignment with departmental goals; Assess daily work load to determine volume and urgency; prioritize and adapt to changing patient, physician and professional allied health provider workflow; Accountable for his/her own actions, and ensures that all assigned work is completed in a timely and accurate manner; Foster mutual respect and treat patients and staff with dignity and in a culturally sensitive manner; Contribute to the enhancement of group effectiveness by exchanging information, collaborating with other team members, and providing constructive feedback; Tactfully handles difficult patients and special requests utilizing strong customer service skills; Adheres to MHS Standards of Performance. - Specific transplant patient duties: Enter appropriate, Evaluation, pre- and posttransplant data, test/procedure results obtained from external and internal sources into transplant data base; Obtain lab and other clinical data required maintaining patients' appropriate MELD score; Monitor pre- and post- transplant patient clinical data and assure data is reviewed by a physician as required; Obtain and mail required
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Methodist Charlton Medical Center is seeking a PRN (per diem) Physical Therapist Technician to join its TEAM. Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients. The Physical Medicine Tech assists in the practice of physical/occupational therapy within scope of training under the on-site supervision of reasonable proximity of a Physical/Occupational Therapist or Physical/Occupational Therapist Assistant. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required. Current BCLS certification. Prior Healthcare background required. Prior Physical Medicine experience is preferred Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients by performing paraprofessional tasks that will ensure a high quality of pharmacy service. Your Job Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required. IV certification Registered technician with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy or Pharmacy student with current Pharmacy Intern license. Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Nov 26, 2019