Hospital Scheduling Supervisor, RN/ Full-Time/ Variable Hours

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Date posted: 06/14/2019

job description

  Hospital Scheduling Supervisor, RN/ Full- Time/ Days

We are looking for a Hospital Scheduling Supervisor, RN to join our New Mexico Heart Institute in Albuquerque, NM.

This full time job is located at   Lovelace Medical Group/NMHI- a multispecialty provider group, which includes clinics, doctors and advanced practice providers in a broad range of specialties and primary care, and provides patients with exceptional health care through the support of Lovelace Health System hospitals and technology.

Hospital Scheduling Supervisor, RN Responsibilities:

  • The hospital scheduling supervisor oversees the work and schedulers responsible for RP, IV, CT and Vascular surgery.

  • This work includes hospital and office services such as pre/post-operative appointments, OR and anesthesia coordination, and provider schedule management.

  • Collaborate with the NMHI providers and staff, in the coordination and management of patient care, including pre/post-operative care and lab management.

 

Hospital Scheduling Supervisor, RN Education and Experiences: 
 

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent

  • Graduate of NLNAC accredited school required.

  • RN with a current license in the state of New Mexico.

  • BLS and ACLS, certification current
     

 

Why Lovelace?

  • Clinic named Patient Centered Medical Home by National Committee for Quality Assurance, 2017 Honored for “Deals of the Year” award by Albuquerque Business
  • First for acquisition of ABQ Health Partners’ women’s health

 

Lovelace is a drug-free employer with smoke free campuses.


ID:6521
 

schedule

Variable

job facility

Surgery - Lovelace New Mexico Heart Institute

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