Kindred Transitional Care Hospitals has a career opportunity for you as a Patient Assessment Coordinator ! As a division of Kindred Healthcare, we play a vital role in the recovery process for chronic, critically ill and medically complex patients who require acute care and rehabilitation over an extended period.
Your career growth begins when you join an interdisciplinary team, where doctors, nurses, therapists and other experts work together to form individualized care plans for our patients and residents. Opportunities through our development programs, training seminars and university partnerships, not only allow for continual career growth but emphasize our commitment to investing in our employees and developing future healthcare leaders.
The goal of our team is to deliver intensive, multidisciplinary care and transition patients' home or to a lower level of care as quickly and safely as possible. Each employee's dedication is essential to meet and exceed the needs of each patient, resident and family we serve. Kindred welcomes you to join our team and build a career that touches lives.
As a Patient Assessment Coordinator you will:
Conduct patient assessments to identify patients for potential admission into the system.
Maintains positive relationships with current referral sources.
Coordinates transmission of clinical and benefits information from referral sources back to hospital.
As a Patient Assessment Coordinator you will have:
Associates degree preferred.
Healthcare professional licensure required; that is, as a Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Respiratory Therapist (RT), Physical Therapist (PT), Occupational Therapist (OT), or Medical Social Worker (MSW).
Valid driver's license.
Three (3) years of patient care/treatment experience required, preferably in an acute care or skilled nursing setting.
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