Clinical Compliance Coordinator

Galveston County Health District - Galveston County, TX (30+ days ago)3.7


Do you want to use your knowledge and help implement our EMS quality assurance program? Are you ready for the challenge?

Galveston County Health District is seeking a new Clinical Compliance Coordinator!

The right candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing a state approved quality assurance plan.

We can offer you:
  • Excellent benefits; including an amazing retirement package, affordable Medical Insurance, rich Paid Time Off plans, Free Life Insurance, FREE Long Term Disability, FREE parking and much, much more!
  • Team-oriented environment
  • Salary Range: $64,056 - $64,977
We want you to join our team of professionals and begin a long term career with us! If you meet the criteria listed below, please apply.

Required:
Graduation from an accredited high school or equivalent
Must have 4+ years’ experience as a Paramedic in EMS operations with 2+ years’ experience as a Paramedic in charge of an EMS team AND/OR four years full-time experience as an RN in emergency care
Licensed or Certified as a Licensed Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician – Paramedic in the State of Texas with no unresolved complaints with DSHS AND/OR current certification as a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas
Associates of Science, Associate of Arts, or equivalent degree is helpful, but not required
Experience in administering an EMS Ambulance Service’s Quality Assurance program AND/OR 1+ years of experience coordinating and providing training programs to medics
Current certification as an EMS Instructor or Coordinator by the Texas Department of State Health Services is helpful, but not required
Knowledge of medical terminology, practices and procedures and applications of first aid, use, maintenance, security, and inventory of drugs, supplies, equipment and medical records
Knowledge of EMS protocol and state laws regarding scope of practice, emergency medical care and EMS Treatment Protocols sufficient to allow the EMS Medical Director to certify the candidate "Protocol Certified"
Basic knowledge of ambulance operations, emergency vehicles, use and maintenance of all required emergency medical equipment, local and state requirements pertaining to continuing education programs, operation of ambulances and rescue vehicles, as well as basic risk management and safety strategies
Must have satisfactory DMV/MVR and criminal background check
Ability for spur of the moment transportation without relying on organization vehicles
Must possess or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Texas for the type of vehicle or equipment operated
Department of Motor Vehicle check may be required, if applicable
Customer Service Oriented
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Excellent Computer Skills MS Office
Must be willing and able to work evening and weekend hours if necessary
Must be in compliance with GCHD Immunizations policy
Must be in compliance with ICS training requirements
Must pass criminal background check and drug/alcohol screening

An equivalent combination of education and work experience which appropriately demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above described essential functions will be considered when hiring for this role.

Traditional Duties:
Develop and implement an approved quality assurance program as directed by the EMS Medical Director and in accordance with Texas Department of State Health & Human Services regulations
Assure policies, procedures, standard of patient care and the medical director’s protocols are followed
Assure compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations and all local ordinances at all times
Assure current protocols, equipment, supplies and medications are maintained on each response ready and in-service vehicle
Assure all personnel are currently certified/licensed, HIPAA guidelines are followed and recommended training of staff is consistent with quality assurance findings
Assure patient care records are completed accurately and patient care reports are received by the facility receiving the patient
Assure pharmaceutical storage requirements are adhered to, based on established procedures
Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor

To apply please visit http://www.gchd.org/about-us/career-opportunities and fill out our online application. Applications can be submitted by fax to (409) 938-2284, emailed to apply@gchd.org or in person at 9850-A, Suite A-111, Emmett F. Lowry Expressway, Texas City, TX 77591.

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