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Type: Part Time
Location: Savannah, Georgia
Job Code: 26960-5270
Mixed (rotating weekends)
BASIC PURPOSE THE Patient Care Partner (PCP) provides both direct and indirect patient care as delegated and supervised by the Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse. The PCP is responsible for health unit coordination by promoting collaboration and efficiency on the nursing unit and demonstrating mastery of time management, organization, customer service and problem resolution. Complies with the Memorial Health Compliance Program, related policies and procedures and the Code of Business Practices; reports instances of perceived and actual non-compliance to Team Leader or through other reporting mechanisms.
High School Graduate or GED
Preceptor Development Course preferred.
Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) for health care providers issued by American Heart Association (AHA).
Current Patient Care Tech certificate, OR;
Proof of EMT course completion OR;
Proof of Medic course completion OR;
Proof of Nursing Aide course completion and 2-3 years experience in an acute care environment (i.e. Hospital) within the last 5 years.
These certifications are not required to be maintained after date of hire.
RN/LPN grads may qualify for PCP roles in lieu of PCT certificate so long as they operate solely within the scope of practice of a PCP.
Special Skills Required
Special Skills Preferred
Strong computer skills, familiarity with Windows, MS Office, email, and clinical documentation programs. Excellent communication, organizational, and customer services skills
At least two years in an acute care setting (hospital) preferred
Last Edited: 06/12/2018
Diversity is valued and actively promoted in the workforce at all levels. We strive to celebrate cultural and other differences and consider them strengths of the organization.
We are committed to:
Providing an inclusive work environment where everyone is treated with fairness, dignity and respect.
Recruiting and retaining a diverse staff reflective of the patients and communities we serve.
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