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Southeast Alaska is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes, proudest Native cultures, and thriving pioneering spirits. SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is responsible for keeping it healthy.
When you build your healthcare career with us, you become a central contributor to protecting Alaskan lives and communities. If you long for a lifestyle that includes combining rewarding work with fresh air, outdoor adventure, and living amongst neighbors who know your name and are always happy to see you, SEARHC has your job solution.
The Registered Nurse coordinates and performs a variety of nursing care procedures for patients/residents, requiring professional knowledge and consideration of specific patient conditions and treatments and the ability to work independently in completing assignments. Guidelines include physician’s orders; standards of care, nursing policies and procedures manuals, hospital policies, long term care policies, nursing duties include support to individuals of all ages and their families.
This position is based in the Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital (MEH) Physical Therapy Department (MEH – PT), with a primary focus on providing general Physical Therapy (PT) evaluations and treatments which impact patient’s functional abilities. Physical therapy is a core service provided by this healthcare organization. Performs in a professional manner, respects confidentiality, and demonstrates qualities endorsed by following the Seven Standards for Service Excellence outlined in the SEARHC Human Resources Manual. Services are to be provided in compliance with hospital standards, licensure requirements, regulatory and practice standards of Physical Therapy and the national professional guidelines established by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Behavioral Health Clinician
Counseling includes working with individuals, families, and groups to promote optimal mental health. May help individuals address addictions and substance abuse; family, parenting, and marital problems; suicide; stress management; problems with self-esteem; and issues associated with aging and mental and emotional health.
Performance Improvement Manager
The PI Manager position assist the PI Director in the effective operations and/ or oversight of the Performance Improvement Division, including quality, risk, patient safety, core measures, data analysis/ review/ trending/ solutions, regulatory and accreditation, and process improvements in the Consortium. This position works closely with Administration, Providers, and Staff to ensure awareness of quality and patient safety, and to facilitate improvement efforts in all areas. Staying abreast of the most current quality, regulatory and performance measures and initiatives throughout the country is vital to the success of this role. This position manages significant clinical events investigations and reporting; coordinates regulatory surveys; facilitates education and training around quality and safety; chairs committees and teams; completes process reviews; oversees PI Data, and serves as the expert for performance and quality improvement. All work is considered confidential and protected from discovery, pursuant to applicable state law.