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  • Patient Mobility Partner

    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    2018-15311
    Company Name
    Briotix
  • Overview

     

    About InSite Health & Briotix:

     

    In early May of 2018, InSite Health and Briotix merged to become Briotix Health & the largest provider of industrial services in the nation! 

     

    Historic InSite Health is a rapidly growing, athletic-trainer owned company which provides clients nationwide with on-site occupational health services using a sports medicine approach. It is our mission to provide preventative injury programs that provide customized occupational health care for our clients’ workforce in the manufacturing, distribution and utility industries.

     

    Historic Briotix combines tools, science & technology to address and prevent employee injuries, help them get back to work and reduce the costs of musculoskeletal disorders. The values of Briotix are to apply passion and innovative spirit to everyday tasks to deliver meaningful results with every client.

     

    Together, let's make it better!

     

    About the Position:

     

    We looking to add an out-going, skilled full-time (40 hours per week) Patient Mobility Partner to work onsite with one of our national clients located in San Francisco, CA. The Patient Mobility Partner supports the clinical work flow by providing patient mobility assistance and training to nurses and other care personnel. Through the use of safe patient handling and mobility equipment and techniques, the Patient Mobility Partner mobilizes patients in accordance with the nurse’s mobility care plan for each patient. Shift: Monday-Friday from 10:30 pm -7:00 am We offer our full time employees incredible opportunities for personal and financial growth with a generous hourly rate, medical benefits, retirement plan, CEU reimbursement, and MORE!

     

    Primary Duties:

    1. Functions as a member of a patient mobility team which consists of trained personnel working together to support the mobility of clinically complex patients, and/or patients requiring mobility assistance.
    2. Operates and utilizes specialized patient handling equipment, transfer devices, and protective equipment in compliance with hospital/clinic policies, vendor specifications, and patient handling and transporting protocols.
    3. Cooperates with and works collaboratively with the nursing/patient care services team; functions as part of a team to lower critical incidents and risk factors through problem solving and coaching; adheres to department and hospital/clinic policies and procedures.
    4. Recognizes needs and concerns of patients, co-workers, and physicians while maintaining positive working relationships.
    5. Demonstrates sufficient knowledge, skills, and abilities in area of safe patient handling.
    6. Demonstrates knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to provide culturally sensitive care and/or service.

    Position Requirements:

    1. High school diploma; or equivalent combination of education & experience may be considered in lieu High School diploma
    2. Prefer a 2 or 4-year degree in medical discipline or a related field (e.g. Nursing assistant, Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, Sports Medicine, Biology, etc.)
    3. Prefer experience as a lift team member, patient care Lift Partner (PCA), or rehab services aide
    4. Certified Nursing Assistants are encouraged to apply
    5. Ability to communicate effectively in person, via video skype, and in writing
    6. Strong organizational and time management skills along with the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
    7. Ability to pass a background check and drug screen
    8. Reliable transportation

     

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