New Castle County
Team Leader – Delaware Hospice
Are you looking for a challenging leadership role in a growing organization?
Do you enjoy supervising others?
Do you have hospice or homecare experience?
If you answered "YES" to the above questions, the TEAM LEADER opening at Delaware Hospice may be the job that you are looking for!
The Team Leader's responsibilities are: the delivery of high quality, cost effective patient care. Coordinates and oversees the assigning and scheduling of activities for an interdisciplinary team of nurses, social workers, chaplains, volunteer Coordinator and homecare aide scheduler. Ensures effective patient management, assures quality patient outcomes, and monitors utilization of staff and services. Promotes effective relationships with referral sources. Adherence to the privacy of patient information compliance program is mandated by federal regulations and is therefore a condition of employment for all Delaware Hospice personnel, and an element of employee performance evaluations.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing or Master’s degree in Counseling/Social Work preferred and 2 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Ability to utilize critical thinking skills and motivate staff to accomplish goals. Certification in hospice care as available. Must have at least one year’s experience supervising professionals or 2 years of Hospice experience.
To apply, please go to the “Join Our Team” link at www.delawarehospice.org
Part-Time (8 hours per week) position available for a Nurse Practitioner at our On-Site Chronic Disease Management Clinic Located in Milford, DE
At Healthstat, we are looking for healthcare professionals interested in joining a company focused on improving health and providing hands-on patient coaching and care. We hire clinicians who want to make a difference. Through the care you provide, you directly impact the health of the employee and the employee’s company. Healthstat hires clinicians who understand the health impact that can be made by managing chronic conditions and providing patients unencumbered access to care.
Clinicians working in Healthstat worksite clinics assist patients in reaching personal health improvement goals. They must be able to quickly assimilate to the employer’s culture, environment and goals. Relationships based on trust, an understanding of the employer’s health benefits program and the local health care community is required. Strong collaborative skills are necessary in order to make the best use of all resources available to employees.
The clinicians must engage employees in personal health improvement, deliver primary care services, and act as a resource and advocate for employee health care needs.
The clinicians are provided training and support form the Healthstat clinic operations team. Clinic operations are achieved through the use of a state of the art electronic medical record program and predictive modeling tools.
- Strong Organizational Skills
- Planning/ Priority Setting Ability
- Approachability, Compassion & Listening
- Sensitivity to Diversity
- Must by proficient in Phlebotomy
- Ability to Negotiate and Monitor Others
- Nursing Skills (Technical and Functional)
- Problem Solving/ Analytical Skills
- Must be licensed as a Nurse Practitioner in the state of Delaware.
- Two - Five years of professional clinical experience.
- Knowledge and experience in health risk assessment, lifestyle risk reduction, disease management, care management and health promotion.
- Experience in Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine a plus.
- Previous work experiences in an independent environment a plus.
Please contact Randy Mack at 704-529-6161 for more information. You may also fax your resume to 704-323-7931 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Healthstat Story
Healthstat is a leading national provider of on-site primary care, high health risk intervention and disease management services with over 300 clinics in 26 US states. Our goal is to alleviate a corporation’s rising cost of healthcare by improving the health of their employees. With the utmost discretion, you will help identify chronic health risks and work with the employee to manage their condition before it requires more serious treatment. We help you accomplish this through the implementation of on-site clinics, preventative care and wellness programs. In joining Healthstat you will become part of a passionate group of professionals who truly believe that the health of a company is rooted in the health of their employees.
To fulfill this mission, we operate in a culture of honesty, fairness and respect. We tell our clients, as well as our employees, the truth and strive to treat all fairly all the time. Everyone we come into contact with is treated with the same respect we expect to receive. We use qualified physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants to independently staff our on-site clinics, with nurse practitioners and physician assistants working under the supervision of a local physician. The clinics provide the opportunity to perform a full-array of medical services to a consistent group of patients.