Gunnison Valley Health is seeking a Quality Coordinator, RN for a full-time position at our top 100 Critical Access hospital! If you are experienced with Project Management, Quality Improvement, and Outcomes Measurement this could be the position for you! Gunnison Valley Health was voted Top 25 Rural Hospitals Nationwide by iVantage Index in 2018.
If you have experience organizing, directing and leading the personnel and work processes of the quality improvement program and you are interested in:
Living in a small town community
Working at a healthcare system where care is more personal and work is more rewarding
Opportunity for growth, and ability to work on projects
Tuition Reimbursement Program
Great Benefits package including Health, Dental, Vision, Supplemental plans, Retirement, Life Insurance, LTD and AD&D
Generous Paid Time Off policy
Work with the Director of Care Management to plan, organize and direct the personnel and work process of the quality improvement program. Scope of responsibility encompasses all settings of the health care system.
Must have an ability to maintain high standards of confidentiality with sensitive information.
Monitor and report clinical performance improvement activities.
Work with the Executive Team, Department Managers and medical Staff leadership to identify, focus and support clinical improvement efforts.
Facilitates clinical accreditation and certification activities including working on compliance.
Education:Bachelor's Degree required, preferably in a Healthcare field.
Experience: Clinical experience in a hospital or healthcare setting is preferred. Abilities must include a high degree of accuracy, attention to detail, and organization skills. Proficient in word processing, spreadsheet creation, graphing, and data input, specifically with MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access computer programs. Ability to learn and navigate other software programs such as CPSI, CMS Cart, Risk Web and MCN ellucid Policy Manager. Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills, and/or ability.
Licenses/Certification: Maintenance of current CPR or BLS. CPHQ preferred.
Internal Number: 002
About Gunnison Valley Health
Gunnison Valley Health is a county-owned, integrated health system serving the 16,000 residents of
Gunnison County, Colorado. The 400-plus member staff works with 50 local and visiting specialists and local providers to provide primary, specialty and emergency care in hospital and outpatient settings. The system includes a sole community hospital, Medical Services, Hospice & Palliative Care, Nursing Home care, Assisted Living and a philanthropic foundation. Gunnison Valley Health has received numerous national and regional performance awards, including the VHA Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence, Avatar awards for Overall Patient Satisfaction, Colorado’s Top 5% ranked Nursing Home, Colorado EMS of the Year awards, and ranking in America’s Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals 8 times!
Gunnison Valley Hospital is a 24-bed, short term, acute care hospital and Level IV Trauma Center. Local physicians staff the ER 24-hours a day, seven days a week. General surgery, orthopaedic and OB/GYN consultants are available on an on-call basis. Tri-State CareFlight offers flight for life helicopter service to Gunnison Valley Hospital.
The Gunnison Valley Health Senior Care Center is the o...nly long-term residential care facility in Gunnison County. The scope of business can be separated into three general areas: skilled nursing care, Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care (or the “Special Care Unit”), and Home Medical Services. Rehabilitation services are also offered at the Senior Care Center which include both occupational and physical therapy. GVH Assisted Living accommodates 15 residential suites to serve individuals age 55 and older with a keen recognition of each individual's privacy.
ABOUT THE AREA
Gunnison, Colorado was named the "#1 Top Mountain Town" in National Geographic's Adventure Magazine feature article entitled, "50 Best Places to Live + Play 2007". "The Gunnison River territory is blessed with 25 feet (8 meters) of Colorado's airy powder a year—more than any other ski area in the state. Come summer, mountain bikers head up the hill to Crested Butte's singletrack; rock climbers reign on the 2,000-foot-walls (610-meter-walls) of Black Canyon of the Gunnison; and cowpokes converge for Cattlemen's Days, the oldest rodeo in the state." ~ Adventure Magazine contributing editor Dan Koeppel When Outside Magazine started looking at the greatest towns in America, its writers picked places that had overcome adversity and were "riding on a wave of civic reinvention and fresh ideas." Crested Butte came in at No. 9, Outside Magazine senior editor Jeremy Spencer said.
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