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Wabash General Hospital is committed to providing high-quality, compassionate care to the community. This care results from hiring, training and retaining exceptional team members. We need dedicated and compassionate people to fulfill our motto of "people you know, helping people you love."

If you are ready to make a difference in the lives of people in our community, explore our career opportunities below to find the right position for you and apply today

 
Admitting Clerk (2-PRN)
Department: Business Office
Minimum Requirements:
High School graduate preferred. One year of general office experience and/or equivalent education preferred.
Job Duties:
Responsibilities: The Admitting Clerk registers patients to the hospital: inpatient, outpatient, and emergency room patients. The Admitting clerk establishes patient accounts, gathers billing information, insurance cards where applicable, and guarantor information. Obtains appropriate signatures on the face sheet and admission papers. Directs patients to the appropriate department for services. Immediately notifies nursing supervisor or emergency room personnel of a potential critical patient. Scans required patient information into the system. Runs insurance verification report and registration quality report on daily basis.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
PRN; up to 31 hours per pay
Date Posted:
12/13/2019
Phlebotomist Clerk (FT)
Department: Laboratory
Minimum Requirements:
High school diploma or equivalent required. Phlebotomy licensure preferred. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends, or other shifts.
Job Duties:
The Phlebotomist is responsible for providing the most accurate and concise test specimen as technically possible. Phlebotomist must be knowledgeable in recognizing if particular specimens have been correctly collected by different departments, as well as being quite proficient in performing venipuncture for blood samples. Phlebotomists must have the necessary minimum knowledge skills to provide basic services to patients and customers of all ages. Phlebotomists must maintain a professional disposition at all times when taking care of patients. Phlebotomist collects venous and capillary blood specimens from patient, urine/timed urine specimen collection, DOT and NON-DOT urine drug collection, plates culture specimens to appropriate media, performs waived testing, and performs various office and clerical duties of the department including answering the phone and faxing reports.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
Rotating day, evening, and weekend shifts
Date Posted:
11/25/2019
Phlebotomist Clerk (PRN)
Department: Laboratory
Minimum Requirements:
High school diploma or equivalent required. Phlebotomy licensure preferred. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends, or other shifts.
Job Duties:
The Phlebotomist is responsible for providing the most accurate and concise test specimen as technically possible. Phlebotomist must be knowledgeable in recognizing if particular specimens have been correctly collected by different departments, as well as being quite proficient in performing venipuncture for blood samples. Phlebotomists must have the necessary minimum knowledge skills to provide basic services to patients and customers of all ages. Phlebotomists must maintain a professional disposition at all times when taking care of patients. Phlebotomist collects venous and capillary blood specimens from patient, urine/timed urine specimen collection, DOT and NON-DOT urine drug collection, plates culture specimens to appropriate media, performs waived testing, and performs various office and clerical duties of the department including answering the phone and faxing reports.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
PRN; Rotating weekends.
Date Posted:
1/17/2020
Physician Office Scribe
Department: Primary Care
Minimum Requirements:
High school graduate preferred. Basic typing skills. Experience with computers/EHR preferred. Medical secretarial background preferred. Prefer experience as Medical Transcriptionist and/or training in Medical Terminology. Familiarity with Medical Records and coding systems.
Job Duties:
The Physician Office Scribe must demonstrate and implement a good working knowledge of the computer system and medical terminology. The Scribe must be able to listen to physician, transcribe and type accurately with speed. All relevant information from each physician encounter must be documented in the Electronic Medical Record. The medical transcriptionist will transcribe reports from medical personnel, translate abbreviations into proper form, and review reports for completeness and correct errors in transcription, grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
Full time; 80 hours per pay
Date Posted:
1/9/2020
Nursing Assistant (FT)
Department: Med/Surg
Minimum Requirements:
Full-time; 72 hours per pay. Current Nursing Assistant preferred, not required. Previous hospital experience preferred, but not required. May be required to work any day of the week, including holidays and weekends.
Job Duties:
The Nursing Assistant provides basic patient care to promote cleanliness, safety, and comfort of all patients, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Performs duties as directed by nursing staff to meet needs established by the nursing process. The Nursing Assistant provides a range of patient care including: ambulation, transfers, administers hot and cold therapy, administers meals, snacks, and fluids, cleans equipment, collects and bags soiled linens, monitors and records patient intake and output, answers call lights, assists in preparing and transporting surgery patients, collects stool and urine specimens, assists patients with toilet needs, monitors and records temperature, pulse and respiration's when requested, assists with post-mortem care, administers genital care and enemas when needed; assists with catheter care. Provides or assists with basic patient care: comb, shampoo hair, shave, oral hygiene, baths, back rubs, and simple skin care. Notifies supervisor or RN of change in patient condition.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
72 hours per pay
Date Posted:
12/18/2019
Respiratory Therapist (PRN)
Department: Respiratory Therapy
Minimum Requirements:
Certified or Registered Respiratory Therapist
Job Duties:
Assessment of the cardiopulmonary system in patients, Aerosol Therapy (with and without medications), Arterial Blood Gas draw and analysis, Electrocardiograms, basic Pulmonary Function studies, Ventilator management, Cardiac diagnostic testing and basic Respiratory Care treatment modalities.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
PRN- Variable; Night shift / Day shift.
Date Posted:
10/8/2019
Staff Nurse Patient Care Coordinator (FT)
Department: Quality
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Current license as a registered or licensed practical nurse. Current CPR certification. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. Previous experience with care coordination preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills and computer skills required. Excel experience preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.
Job Duties:
The Staff Nurse Patient Care Coordinator assists the physician or mid-level provider in the delivery of health care services. Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) duties include, but are not limited to, orients and educates patients and their families by meeting them, explaining the role of the Patient Care Coordinator, initiating the care plan, providing educational information in conjunction with direct care providers related to treatments, procedures, medications, updating medical records, and continuing care requirements. The PCC uses communication skills to discuss medical related issues and questions with patients and families and makes referrals to other care providers. Screens telephone calls for referral to physician, takes phone messages as related to medical questions, and relays messages concerning prescriptions to physician. Maintains information on patient’s chart. Advises and assists support personnel in scheduling of tests and treatments. Helps maintain patient records and information. Will be responsible for monitoring and reporting Quality measures related to duties.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
8:00AM-04:30PM; 80 hours per pay
Date Posted:
11/25/2019
Staff Registered Nurse (FT)
Department: Med/Surg
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR Certification. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. May be required to work any day of the week, including holidays and weekends.
Job Duties:
Responsibilities: The Registered Nurse is responsible for assessing the needs of each patient: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric using the Nursing Process. Planning the nursing care needed to meet those needs, including the spiritual, emotional, and physiological needs. The RN is responsible to see that The Plan of Care is carried out through a range of patient care including: IV lines, catheters, feeding tubes, nasal gastric tubes, enemas, hygiene needs, dressing changes, blood glucose monitoring, 02 setups, telemetry, decubitus care, monitoring of vital signs, and assisting with activities of daily living. Administers IV and oral medications. Responsible for admission and discharge of patient along with patient and family teaching. Prepares patients for surgery. Responds to codes and emergencies. Administers quality control; counts narcotics, checks physician orders, updates patient charts, copies transfer papers, checks daily weights, monitors intake/output, and gives accurate report of patient’s condition to oncoming shift. Notifies Supervisor, Physician, and family of changes in patient condition.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
Full Time; 7PM-7AM; 72 hours per pay
Date Posted:
10/24/2019
Staff Registered Nurse- (PRN)
Department: Emergency Room
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a professional nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR Certification and ACLS, PALS AND ECRN trained or obtained within 1 year. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. May be required to work any day of the week, including holidays and weekends.
Job Duties:
The Registered ER Nurse is responsible for assessing the needs of each patient: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric, using the nursing process. Plans the nursing care needed to meet those needs, including the spiritual, emotional, and physiological needs. Once planned, the RN is responsible to see that the plan of care is carried out through performance and/or leadership of subordinate personnel. The RN provides a range of patient care, including IV lines, catheters, nasal gastric tubes, application of splints and dressings, peripheral blood glucose monitors, O2 setups, cardiac care, and monitoring vital signs. Administers IV, IM and oral medications. Responsible for admission and discharge of patient along with patient and family teaching. Responds to codes and emergencies. Administers quality control, counts narcotics, updates patient charts, stamps card for charges, copies transfer papers, and reports patients’ condition to incoming shift. Notifies supervisor, doctor, and family of change in patient condition.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
12 hour shifts; day shift , night shift , weekends. Required minimum one shift per 8 week period.
Date Posted:
1/7/2020
Staff Registered Nurse (PT)
Department: Med/Surg
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR Certification. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. Good working knowledge of the nursing process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. May be required to work any day of the week, including holidays and weekends.
Job Duties:
Responsibilities: The Registered Nurse is responsible for assessing the needs of each patient: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric using the Nursing Process. Planning the nursing care needed to meet those needs, including the spiritual, emotional, and physiological needs. The RN is responsible to see that The Plan of Care is carried out through a range of patient care including: IV lines, catheters, feeding tubes, nasal gastric tubes, enemas, hygiene needs, dressing changes, blood glucose monitoring, 02 setups, telemetry, decubitus care, monitoring of vital signs, and assisting with activities of daily living. Administers IV and oral medications. Responsible for admission and discharge of patient along with patient and family teaching. Prepares patients for surgery. Responds to codes and emergencies. Administers quality control; counts narcotics, checks physician orders, updates patient charts, copies transfer papers, checks daily weights, monitors intake/output, and gives accurate report of patient’s condition to oncoming shift. Notifies Supervisor, Physician, and family of changes in patient condition.
Job Type:
PT
Hours:
Part Time 7PM-7AM; 33-71 Hours per pay.
Date Posted:
11/20/2019
Staff Registered Nurse- MCU (FT)
Department: MCU
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed and current registration as a Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois. Current CPR and/or ACLS Certification. Clinical experience preferred, but not required.Good working knowledge of the Nursing Process and strong nursing practice skills including physical assessment skills. Proof of current coronary care unit or intensive care training. May be required to work any day of the week, including holidays and weekends.Great deal of walking lifting, stooping, bending, and pushing.
Job Duties:
The Monitored Care Unit Nurse develops a Plan of Care for assigned patients, (infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric) using the Nursing Process to meet the physiological, psychological, spiritual, and emotional needs, and judging the patient’s ability to participate in the plan. The nurse performs a nursing assessment on admission including neurological, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and genitourinary parameters. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to care of the pre and post procedural/surgical patient (Recovery Room after hours), IV therapy, external pacing, management of airways (O2 therapy, ET tubes, tracheostomy management, NT/ET suctioning, vents, and chest tubes. Other duties are management of patient with drains or tubes (feeding, lavage, PEG), catheters (urethral, suprapubic, 3-way irrigation), those requiring laboratory tests or specimens, administration of blood and blood products, and preparation of patient for transfer to another unit or hospital. The MCU nurse is responsible for patient/family teaching, participating in Quality control, narcotic counts, checking physician orders, reviewing previous test results, and understands significance. Maintains complete documentation in the Electronic Medical Record Flowsheet.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
7PM-7AM: 72 hours per pay
Date Posted:
11/4/2019
Clinical Laboratory Technologist, Medical Technologist or Medical Laboratory Technician (PRN)
Department: Laboratory
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate with an Associate Degree from an accredited school of Medical Lab Technician or graduate with a Bachelors Degree from an accredited school of Medical Technologists.
Job Duties:
Responsible for specimen processing, test performance and for reporting test results. Must possess knowledge of all general areas of the clinical laboratory including experience with basic equipment used, infection control and other criteria for universal precautions and all other skills related to clinical laboratory. Employee will perform additional tasks/activities as assigned.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
PRN
Date Posted:
11/25/2019
Occupational Therapist (OT) or Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA)
Department: Rehab Services
Minimum Requirements:
Graduate from an accredited OT/COTA program and licensed in the state of Illinois to practice occupational therapy. May be exposed to infection diseases. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Continual physical activity including lifting, bending, pushing, and pulling.
Job Duties:
Candidate to provide skilled occupational therapy services to both inpatient and outpatient populations of all ages to include, but not limited to ADL/IADL retraining, splint fabrication and modification, upper quarter orthopaedics, visual and cognitive rehab, functional mobility retraining, patient/family education, and education/training using adaptive equipment.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
Max of 32 hours per pay period
Date Posted:
1/17/2020
Radiology Technologist (PRN)
Department: Radiology
Minimum Requirements:
High School graduate or equivalent. Completion of course of study in radiologic technology from and AMA approved school. Registered as an American Registered Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and licensed by Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety. Good background knowledge of anatomy and positioning. Understand basic principles of physics, electricity, and methods of exposure to obtain clearly defined radiographs. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.
Job Duties:
Radiological Technologist takes radiographs of various portions of the patient's body as requested by the patient's physician to assist the medical staff in detection of foreign bodies and diagnosis and injuries. The Radiological Technologist must have the minimum knowledge and abilities to provide service and care to patients and customers of all ages. The Technologist regulates the radiation controls under the ALARA standards. He/she understands the process in place operating the digital systems in radiology used for imaging, sending images, storing and reporting of images. Technologist will be required to assist with lifting or moving patients for proper positioning of exams ordered. Technologist will assist receptionist in answering the phone and scheduling necessary studies. Technologist understands workflow within department and basic hospital wide workflow and processes.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
PRN; Varies as needed
Date Posted:
11/25/2019
Housekeeper (2- PRN)
Department: Housekeeping
Minimum Requirements:
High School Graduate preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. May be required to perform call back duties May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Valid Driver’s License Dependable Vehicle for Transportation to Duplex A&B. Must be able to lift 35 pounds frequently; 75 pounds occasionally.
Job Duties:
The Housekeeping staff is responsible for providing a clean, sanitized environment for patients, visitors, and all hospital staff. Housekeeping is also responsible for the clean environment of facilities other than the hospital, such as the Home Health building, Ambulance Service building, and hospital-managed physician offices. Provides security for the parking areas, maintains a security log book, and locks and unlocks doors to ensure safety for hospital staff, patients, and visitors. Completes assigned tasks timely and accurately. Maintains patient confidentiality and promotes a positive image of the hospital.
Job Type:
PRN
Hours:
PRN; less than 32 hours per pay
Date Posted:
11/18/2019
Housekeeper (FT)
Department: Housekeeping
Minimum Requirements:
High School Graduate preferred. May be required to work any day of the week. May be required to perform call back duties. Valid Driver’s License. Must be able to lift 35 pounds frequently; 75 pounds occasionally.
Job Duties:
Cleaning, dusting, mopping, vacuuming, shampooing carpets, and buffing floors. The Housekeeping staff is responsible for providing a clean, sanitized environment for patients, visitors, and all hospital staff. Completes assigned tasks timely and accurately. Maintains patient confidentiality and promotes a positive image of the hospital and the Housekeeping Department. Able to work under stress and maintain a friendly disposition. Any other duties as directed by the Director of Housekeeping.
Job Type:
FT
Hours:
80 hours per pay; Shift varies. Mostly first shift.
Date Posted:
1/6/2020
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