Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula

       

Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, founded in 1934 and located at 23625 Holman Highway in Monterey, has grown and evolved in direct response to the changing healthcare needs of the people it serves.

It is a nonprofit healthcare provider with 258 licensed hospital beds and 28 skilled-nursing beds, delivering a continuum of care from birth to end of life, and every stage in between.

It serves the Monterey Peninsula and surrounding communities through locations including the main hospital, outpatient facilities, satellite laboratories, a mental health clinic, a short-term skilled nursing facility, Hospice of the Central Coast, and business offices.

Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Position Summary: The Cardiovascular Nurse Practitioner (CV NP) reports to the Director of Tyler Heart Institute. The NP provides direct care to patients undergoing inpatient and outpatient cardiac testing. The NP will be responsible for assisting with the managemene of Cardiac Patients pre and post procedure as well as assisting the physicians with patient flow for all patients within the service line. The CV NP will be also assist with supervising Stress Echocardiograms, Treadmills, Dobutamine and Bubble Studies, as well as cardiac nuclear imaging testing as ordered by staff physicians. Position works collaboratively with members of the nursing, cardiology and medical staff. Must have ability to depict lethal diagnostic information that should be considered emergent and communicate timely information to the physicians (both referring and reading). Also maintains registered nurse competencies by possessing the skills and knowledge to competently provide appropriate patient care. The Nurse Practitioner (NP) functions under general Nurse Practitioner Standardized Procedure approved by the Interdisciplinary Practice Committee (CIDP), and provides routine care and management of the patient with acute and chronic complaints in collaboration with the supervising physician and through implementation of standardized procedures. The NP possesses skills and knowledge to competently provide excellent patient care, offer a high level of compassion, patience, and subject matter expertise. The NP will also educate patients and families in terms of services provided by the hospital and community resources when appropriate. Experience: Demonstrated teaching, leadership, and critical thinking skills are essential. Clinical background in cardiovascular management is required with a minimum two (2) years of experience in an Acute Care Setting. Knowledge of cardiac registries and quality improvement is preferred. Experience with nursing research is also preferred. Education: As necessary for required licensures. Master's Degree in Nursing and relevant Nurse Practitioner training certification preferred. Licensure/Certifications: Current California RN licensure and authorization as a nurse practitioner required. Certified by a recognized national certifying body that has established standards for nurse practitioners. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS and ACLS certification required. Certification by the American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine (ABCM) within 12 months of hire.
Sep 09, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Must possess current acute care hospital Operating Room scrub and circulating experience within the past 5 years. Must be able to work varied 10-hour shifts (i.e. 0700-1730, 1100-2130, 1300-2330) based on a pre-planned staffing schedule. Willingness and ability to be on-call on a rotational basis as scheduled and to respond within 30 minutes of call-back communication is essential. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS is required. Equal Opportunity Employer
Sep 09, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Position Summary: Under the leadership of the Department Director and Assistant Director, the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing care to patients with acute and chronic psychiatric disorders. Setting for patient care will include both inpatient and outpatient areas as scheduled. Duties include the evaluation and treatments of patients including, but not limited to, performing initial and follow up psychiatric assessments; initiating, renewing, and changing medications; ordering routine laboratory, radiological, and diagnostic tests and providing initial interpretations of results; initiating or expediting requests for consultations, special tests or studies; evaluating and initiating therapy for acute and chronic mental health problems; providing education and training (individual or groups) to the patient and family as necessary; and communicating clinical findings to Physicians. Duties also include documenting all findings and results in the medical record. Important dimensions of this position consist of excellence in patient care through observation, assessment, nursing judgment, communication skills and interpersonal relations. Must have demonstrated critical thinking, problem solving, decision-making ability and able to work independently. Experience: Two years previous experience as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in acute inpatient mental health field strongly preferred. Experience with dual diagnosis patients preferred. Must be an approved Medicare provider. Must demonstrate a thorough and complete understanding of psychotropic medications, side effects, and drug/drug interactions. Education: Masters of Science degree in Nursing required. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN and Nurse Practitioner license with specialty certification in psychiatry. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) certification must be obtained within the first 6 months of hire. Pharmacology Course: Neuroscience Education Institute Master Psychopharmacology Program or equivalent to be completed within 9 months of hire. DEA registration for Suboxone within 9 months. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Position Summary: Under the leadership of the Department Director and Assistant Director, the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing care to patients with acute and chronic psychiatric disorders. Setting for patient care will include both inpatient and outpatient areas as scheduled. Duties include the evaluation and treatments of patients including, but not limited to, performing initial and follow up psychiatric assessments; initiating, renewing, and changing medications; ordering routine laboratory, radiological, and diagnostic tests and providing initial interpretations of results; initiating or expediting requests for consultations, special tests or studies; evaluating and initiating therapy for acute and chronic mental health problems; providing education and training (individual or groups) to the patient and family as necessary; and communicating clinical findings to Physicians. Duties also include documenting all findings and results in the medical record. Important dimensions of this position consist of excellence in patient care through observation, assessment, nursing judgment, communication skills and interpersonal relations. Must have demonstrated critical thinking, problem solving, decision-making ability and able to work independently. Experience: Two years previous experience as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in acute inpatient mental health field strongly preferred. Experience with dual diagnosis patients preferred. Must be an approved Medicare provider. Must demonstrate a thorough and complete understanding of psychotropic medications, side effects, and drug/drug interactions. Education: Masters of Science degree in Nursing required. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN and Nurse Practitioner license with specialty certification in psychiatry. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) certification must be obtained within the first 6 months of hire. Pharmacology Course: Neuroscience Education Institute Master Psychopharmacology Program or equivalent to be completed within 9 months of hire. DEA registration for Suboxone within 9 months. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: This position requires critical thinking, sharp assessment skills, quick decision-making ability, effective communication, and the ability to work under pressure. Acute care hospital experience within the past 5 years is preferred. Telemetry experience is a plus. Strongly desire step-down post-op open heart experience. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. ACLS certification required prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: This position requires critical thinking, sharp assessment skills, quick decision-making ability, effective communication, and the ability to work under pressure. Acute care hospital experience within the past 5 years is preferred. Telemetry experience is a plus. Strongly desire step-down post-op open heart experience. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. ACLS certification required prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and Clinical Decision Unit. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Acute care hospital experience within the past 5 years is preferred. Must have knowledge of hemodynamics and basic IV skills, and a thorough understanding of cardiac rhythms. Excellent assessment skills, above average critical thinking skills, the ability to work in a fast- paced and often stressful environment, and the ability to work autonomously are essential. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS, ACLS, and PALS Certification's are required. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Assault crisis training must be completed within the first 6 months of hire. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and Emergency Department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Must have at least 2 years of emergency department experience. Must have knowledge of hemodynamics and basic IV skills, and a thorough understanding of cardiac rhythms. Excellent assessment skills, above average critical thinking skills, the ability to work in a fast- paced and often stressful environment, and the ability to work autonomously are essential. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certifications: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS, ACLS, and PALS are required. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Assault crisis training certification must be obtained within the first 6 months of hire. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and Emergency Department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Must have at least 1 year of recent crtical care experience such as ED and/or ICU. Must have knowledge of hemodynamics and basic IV skills, and a thorough understanding of cardiac rhythms. Excellent assessment skills, above average critical thinking skills, the ability to work in a fast- paced and often stressful environment, and the ability to work autonomously are essential. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certifications: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS, ACLS, and PALS are required. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Assault crisis training certification must be obtained within the first 6 months of hire. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and Emergency Department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Must have at least 1 year of recent critical care experience such as ED and/or ICU. Must have knowledge of hemodynamics and basic IV skills, and a thorough understanding of cardiac rhythms. Excellent assessment skills, above average critical thinking skills, the ability to work in a fast- paced and often stressful environment, and the ability to work autonomously are essential. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certifications: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS, ACLS, and PALS are required. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Assault crisis training certification must be obtained within the first 6 months of hire. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Position Summary: The Cardiovascular Nurse Practitioner (CV NP) reports to the Director of Tyler Heart Institute. The NP provides direct care to patients undergoing inpatient and outpatient cardiac testing. The NP will be responsible for assisting with the managemene of Cardiac Patients pre and post procedure as well as assisting the physicians with patient flow for all patients within the service line. The CV NP will be also assist with supervising Stress Echocardiograms, Treadmills, Dobutamine and Bubble Studies, as well as cardiac nuclear imaging testing as ordered by staff physicians. Position works collaboratively with members of the nursing, cardiology and medical staff. Must have ability to depict lethal diagnostic information that should be considered emergent and communicate timely information to the physicians (both referring and reading). Also maintains registered nurse competencies by possessing the skills and knowledge to competently provide appropriate patient care. The Nurse Practitioner (NP) functions under general Nurse Practitioner Standardized Procedure approved by the Interdisciplinary Practice Committee (CIDP), and provides routine care and management of the patient with acute and chronic complaints in collaboration with the supervising physician and through implementation of standardized procedures. The NP possesses skills and knowledge to competently provide excellent patient care, offer a high level of compassion, patience, and subject matter expertise. The NP will also educate patients and families in terms of services provided by the hospital and community resources when appropriate. Experience: Demonstrated teaching, leadership, and critical thinking skills are essential. Clinical background in cardiovascular management is required with a minimum two (2) years of experience in an Acute Care Setting. Knowledge of cardiac registries and quality improvement is preferred. Experience with nursing research is also preferred. Education: As necessary for required licensures. Master's Degree in Nursing and relevant Nurse Practitioner training certification preferred. Licensure/Certifications: Current California RN licensure and authorization as a nurse practitioner required. Certified by a recognized national certifying body that has established standards for nurse practitioners. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS and ACLS certification required. Certification by the American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine (ABCM) within 12 months of hire.
Aug 30, 2019
Part time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: This position requires critical thinking, sharp assessment skills, quick decision-making ability, effective communication, and the ability to work under pressure. Acute care hospital experience within the past 5 years is preferred. Telemetry experience is a plus. Strongly desire step-down post-op open heart experience. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. ACLS certification required prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Part time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Position Summary Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The qualified staff RN will partake in a training program for labor and delivery. Training will be completed on all shifts by: in house multidisciplinary simulation drills may be video taped and reviewed for teaching purposes, classroom lecture, and web-based learning. The majority of training will be completed with an experienced preceptor on the unit. Additional requirements include comprehensive education on breastfeeding. The expectation for all staff is to adhere to the “10 Steps” of the BabyFriendly initiative. After completing the Labor and Delivery care training the RN will be oriented to circulate in the Family Birth Center operating room for cesarean sections and trained to be a scrub nurse or PACU nurse. Must be highly motivated, perform well under pressure, enjoy working with people and have a passion for working in a maternal-infant unit. Excellent assessment and critical thinking skills, the ability to work in a fast-paced and often stressful environment and the ability to work autonomously are essential. The FBC is a full service birthing center with 13 birthing suites where the RN will be responsible for antepartum, labor, delivery, post-partum, and mother-baby care. We are a BABYFRIENDLY™ hospital designated by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. The expectation for all staff is to adhere to the “10 Steps” of the BabyFriendly initiative. Experience One year Medical surgical or other acute hospital care setting experience with a minimum of three months mother baby care experience. Education Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certification State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS (required). ACLS preferred. NRP and beginning fetal monitoring must be obtained prior to completion of orientation. Advanced Fetal Monitoring must be obtained within 6 months of completion of training. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 30, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: At least 2 years of critical care experience (required). Critical thinking, sharp assessment skills, quick decision-making ability, effective communication, and the ability to work under pressure (required). Heart experienced (highly preferred). Education: Bachelor's degree preferred. Must pass the Arrhythmia Interpretation/Telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients (tested annually thereafter). Licensure/Certification: State of CA RN license required Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) preferred American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS (required). American Heart Association Provider ACLS certifications must be obtained prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider PALS certification to be completed within 6 months of hire and before independent assignment of pediatric patients. Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug 20, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. The FBC is a full service birthing center with 13 birthing suites where the RN will be responsible for antepartum, labor, delivery, post-partum, and mother-baby care. We are a BABY FRIENDLY™ hospital designated by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Experience : At least 1 year of current labor and delivery experience is required. Must have knowledge of hemodynamics and basic IV skills, and a thorough understanding of fetal monitoring equipment and tracings. Excellent assessment skills, above average critical thinking skills, the ability to work in a fast-paced often stressful environment and the ability to work autonomously are essential. PACU and scrub skills are highly preferred. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS, NRP, and advanced fetal monitoring are required. ACLS preferred Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
The Cardiovascular Physician Assistant is reports to the Director of the Main Operating Room and Cardiac Surgery Services. The Physician Assistant is responsible for providing diagnostic and therapeutic services, and assisting in preoperative and postoperative care of cardiovascular and thoracic patients under the supervision of the Cardiac Surgery Physician. Intraoperative duties involve endoscopic saphenous vein procurement and assisting on cardiac and thoracic surgery procedures. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad clinical knowledge. Experience: Must have at least 3 years experience as a Cardiovascular Physician Assistant in an acute care, cardiac surgery environment accredited by The Joint Commission. Formal post-graduate training as a CVT-PA preferred. Demonstrated competence performing endoscopic vein harvesting, and demonstrated experience in critical care management of cardiac patients preferred. Education: Must have completed a Physician Assistant program accredited by ARC-PA, passed the PANCE administered by NCCPA. Licensure/Certification: State of California PA license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification is required. ACLS certification must be obtained prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Full time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Must possess current acute care hospital Operating Room scrub and circulating experience within the past 5 years. Must be able to work varied 10-hour shifts (i.e. 0700-1730, 1100-2130, 1300-2330) based on a pre-planned staffing schedule. Willingness and ability to be on-call on a rotational basis as scheduled and to respond within 30 minutes of call-back communication is essential. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS is required. Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Part time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the Education Department director, the Telemetry/Cardiac Zone Educator is responsible for formal and informal education activities for the staff of Main Pavilion, including education facilitation support to the Tyler Heart Institute. Planning assistance from the Management Team of the respective departments will be provided. The Telemetry/Cardiac Zone Educator possesses a broad scope of knowledge and skills to facilitate improved patient outcomes and improved staff performance in the clinical setting. The Telemetry/Cardiac Zone Educator possesses the skills and knowledge to competently provide the appropriate services to patients and staff. CHOMP Educational Services is committed to continuing education programs that promote excellence through robust clinical courses, leadership development and a solid customer service focus. We support the learning needs of healthcare providers and encourage all participants to continuously pursue higher knowledge and best practice to ensure the provision of high quality care in every patient encounter. CHOMP Educational Services also offers life support training courses. We proudly align with the American Heart Association as an authorized training center. Effectively delivering high quality education and providing life-saving skills contributes to an excellent patient experience. Experience: Must have no less than 3 years in the last 5 years of Telemetry/Cardiac nursing experience, and experienced in formal and informal teaching of adult learners . Education: Minimum of BSN or currently enrolled in formal BSN program or enrolled in courses that can be applied to completion of formal BSN program. MSN preferred. L icensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS (required). ACLS and PALS certification must be obtained prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. Must pass the CHOMP Basic Arrhythmia Interpretation and Treatment test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment, then annually. CSC certification preferred. Current membership in nursing professional organization preferred. CCRN, PCCN, or other Telemetry/Cardiac nursing specialty certification completed within 18 months of hire. Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Position Summary: Under the leadership of the department director, the assistant director collaborates with the Director of the Main Operating Room in planning, goal setting, developing department budgets, coordinating supplies/equipment, staffing (e.g. recruitment/retention),coordination with Educational Services in staff orientation, training/education and care/service to carry out the department’s responsibilities in an efficient and effective manner in conjunction with and in support of Community Hospital’s strategic plan. As necessary, in the absence of MOR Director interface with the Director of Cardiac, Chest and Ophthalmology Services in prioritizing tasks relative to staffing concerns and/or problems. The assistant director is responsible and accountable, twenty-four hours a day, for assigned tasks such as supervising the department’s operations, including but not limited to, being a resource and role model to staff for problem resolution with concerns/occurrences specific to patient care, participate in direct patient care service delivery, safety awareness, supplies, equipment, computer software applications, and customer service concerns. The assistant direct ensures staff have the appropriate orientation/training and competence levels for the care/service provided and that all staff adhere to all Exceeding Expectations standards. This expectation is achieved through supportive training, coaching, developing, evaluating staff performance, policy/procedure enforcement and counseling/corrective action, if necessary. The assistant director plays a crucial role in supporting quality performance initiatives through ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, collection and analysis of quality and performance improvement data, assisting with development of future performance improvement objectives and quality initiatives and development or revision of department policies and procedures, as needed. The assistant director supports financial viability with attention to expenses (example supplies and inventory), revenue, utilization and productivity in assigned cost centers and tactical execution of Lean concepts. Direct reports include charge nurses, staff nurses, ancillary and support staff and Sterile Processing Technicians. As a member of the Nursing Leadership Team works closely with other department (internal and external) managers on the day-to-day tasks of various system(s) efficiencies and effectiveness. Experience: Must be qualified by education and experience in the care of the perioperative patient. Must have at least 5 years current experience as a perioperative RN in an acute care hospital operating room or multidisciplinary ambulatory surgery center. Must demonstrate capabilities, competencies and education in the formulation of individual perioperative treatment plans and in providing skilled intraoperative nursing care. Must demonstrate ability to direct, monitor and evaluate nursing care provided by nursing staff. Previous Charge RN or related management experience is required. Current knowledge and experience with sterile processing standards and regulations preferred. Education: Bachelor’s degree required or current enrollment in a formal BSN program or enrollment in courses that can be applied to completion of a formal BSN program within six months of hire. BSN must be completed within five years of hire. Licensure/Certification: State of CA RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. ACLS certification must be obtained prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. CNOR certification is preferred upon hire and required within 18 months of start date. Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, nursing supervisor, and/or charge nurse, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for planning directing, assessing and providing nursing care according to the policies and procedures of the hospital and department. Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad nursing knowledge. The registered nurse is an experienced nurse who shall orient new staff, precept students, and assume relief charge nurse duty as oriented and assigned. Experience: Strong clinical skills are essential and cardiac experience is a plus. Must demonstrate excellent critical thinking skills, administer compassionate quality patient care, and be a team player. Acute care hospital experience within the past 5 years is preferred. Experience with cardiac drips is highly desirable. Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. Must pass the arrhythmia interpretation/telemetry test at 85% prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment of telemetry/monitored patients, then annually. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS is required. ACLS must be obtained prior to completion of orientation and independent assignment. Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
RN Analyst - Epic ClinDoc Position Highlights · Excellent Pay and Generous Benefits including a Pension and Scholarship Reimbursement · Excellent Team Orientated Culture · Free Gym for Employees onsite · Employee Commissary · "Best Place to work in Monterey County" 11 years in a row! Position Summary The RN Analyst designs, encodes, implements, tests, debugs and modifies application input screens, data output, and interfaces for a variety of clinical applications. Works with clinical users and vendors to define and build application requirements and to resolve application problems. Utilizes application expert knowledge and tools to optimize application functionality. Manages subcommittee activities, functions as a project manager and assists in the preparation of system needs assessments. Serves as the primary liaison between clinical users, physicians, other Health Information Technology staff and vendors. Serves as a resource to frontline caregivers. Develops strategies for change management, performance improvement, and application optimization. Experience/Skill Set: · Previous hospital experience as an RN required · Must possess strong analytical skills · Excellent verbal and written communication skills required · Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff and physicians required · Ability to multi-task working on a variety of projects at one time · Ability to work productively in teams and independently · Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Outlook required. · Previous experience in clinical informatics preferred · Experience with project implementations preferred · Experience with application configuration tools to support the clinical systems is highly desirable. · Experience in leading and facilitating group/team process preferred Education: · As necessary to obtain a California RN license · BSN or Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field preferred. Licensure/Certification: · State of California RN license required · EpicCertification preferred Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Part time
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
The Surgical Services Zone Educator reports to the Director of Educational Services. (S)he is responsible for providing formal and informal education programs for the Main OR Staff, OPSC OR Staff, and Sterile Processing staff with planning assistance from the Assistant Directors and the Directors of Surgical Services. The Surgical Services Zone Educator possesses a broad scope of knowledge and skills to facilitate improved patient outcomes and improved staff performance in the clinical setting. The Surgical Services Zone Educator possesses the skills and knowledge to competently provide nursing services to staff and patients. Experience: Must be currently licensed to practice in the State of California with no less than five years of recent acute care hospital operating room clinical and teaching experience. The Surgical Services Zone educator must be experienced in formal and informal teaching of adult learners. Education: Minimum of BSN required or (1) currently enrolled in formal BSN program; or (2) enrolled in courses that can be applied to completion of formal BSN program. MSN or MSN with a specialization in nursing education strongly preferred. Licensure/Certification: State of California RN license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS (required). CNOR certification is required within 12 months of hire. Must have current competencies in Educational Needs Analysis formulation and implementation. AORN Clinical Educator Certificate course must be completed within 24 months of hire date. Current membership in AORN preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer
Jul 31, 2019
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Monterey, CA, USA
Advance Practice Family Nurse Practitioner - Urgent Care Purpose of Position The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing direct patient care to assigned patients within an urgent care setting. This is a professional level position working under limited direction yet in coordination with an APN lead. Typical work scenarios require specialized knowledge, critical thinking, good judgment based upon the principles of biological, physiological, behavioral, and sociological sciences skills, as well as strong customer service skills. Internal contacts include medical staff and management throughout the clinic and health system. External contacts include patients, physicians, outside medical staff, and community resource services. Responsibilities Performs and provides treatments for minor acute illness, patient examinations, making initial assessment, initiating treatment and referring to appropriate center of care when applicable. Determines abnormal conditions by administering or ordering diagnostic tests, such as x-rays, electrocardiograms, and laboratory studies; interpreting test results. Performs therapeutic procedures by administering injections and immunizations; suturing; managing wounds and infections. Instructs and counsels patients by describing therapeutic regimens; giving normal growth and development information and promoting wellness and health maintenance. Develops and implements patient management plans, records progress notes, and assists in provision of continuity of care. May be required to supervise ancillary staff. Prescribes pharmaceuticals, other medications, and treatment regimens as appropriate to assessed medical conditions and refers patients to specialists and to relevant patient care options as appropriate. Demonstrates good organizational skills in coordinating services with co-workers and other departments/services. Responds to stressful situations in a calm and rational manner, and cooperates with all to facilitate integration of services. Behaves in a professional and empathetic manner to build trust, comfort, understanding, and relationships with patients and the secondary guest(s) and in-line with Studer Principles. Feels personal ownership in providing excellent care and patient experience as a team through highly choreographed standard work; never satisfied with reaching measured goals, but strives to continually improve. Empowers their team to identify and participate in process improvement and problem solving in the work to decrease defects/barriers, enhance patient satisfaction and experience, and reduce waste and/or cost. Experience/Skill Set Two years experience as a ARNP in a family practice setting, urgent care, or related field required Knowledge of urgent care medical specialty required Excellent written and verbal communication required Exceptional customer service and phone etiquette required Ability to maintain effective and organized systems to ensure timely patient flow required Ability to project a positive, warm, friendly and healing attitude to the patients of the community is required Experience with Epic preferred Ability to effectively communicate in Spanish preferred Education Master of Science in nursing (MSN) required Licensure Must be currently licensed in California as an NP and be certified as a nurse practitioner by a recognized national certifying body that has established standards for nurse practitioners to practice in the State of California. Successful completion of the American Nursing Association National Certification Test for Advanced Practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner Furnishing license issued by the Board of Registered Nursing required Current DEA Registration required DOT certification to be completed within one month of start American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification required About Us We are on a mission to bring Modern Urgent care to Monterey County. Our goal is to provide the finest-quality services to advance highly reliable, evidence-based healthcare in Monterey and surrounding counties, resulting in a vibrant, engaged, healthy population and an aligned medical provider community. Our Employees are an important part of this process because their work directly influences our success and the health of our community.
Jul 31, 2019