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OB Educator – Obstetrics & Gynecology

JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  The OB Educator assists in the day-to-day operation of the High-Risk OB/GYN grant. This position will provide educational assistance and patient follow-up information to healthcare providers in a five-state, eighty-county referral area. THIS IS A GRANT FUNDED POSITION

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provides delivery/discharge summaries on women who received prenatal care at non-Regional One Health (ROH) clinics or physician offices in Memphis and surrounding areas but delivered at ROH.
  2. Provides delivery/discharge summaries on women who were transferred from outlying hospitals and admitted to ROH for care as inpatients.
  3. Plans, organizes, and teaches courses (both classroom and clinical simulation) in low and high-risk obstetrics to staff in hospitals, birthing centers, clinics, and physician offices, and to EMS personnel located in the West Tennessee Perinatal Region, upon request.
  4. Serves as a member/volunteer for national, state, and local organizations that promote maternal and infant well-being.
  5. Completes the OB portion of the POR report on the High-Risk Grant submitted quarterly to the Division of Family Health and Wellness in the Tennessee Department of Health; prepares the written portion of the annual OB High-Risk Perinatal Grant submitted in June to the Division of Family Health and Wellness in the Tennessee Department of Health.
  6. Prepares and distributes reports on inpatient OB transfers to ROH and the ROH L&D statistics to key University and hospital employees monthly.
  7. Prepares written guidelines for use across the state related to education, transportation, and hospital care levels, along with outreach educators from Tennessee’s other Regional Perinatal Centers.
  8. Utilizes the Tennessee Perinatal Care System’s Educational Objectives for Nurses to plan and present educational offerings at various locations in West Tennessee.
  9. Serves as the primary contact person for obstetric care providers in outlying clinics for the scheduling of labor induction or planned cesarean deliveries at ROH or for obtaining information on patients from their practice who received care at ROH.
  10. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION:  Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. (Master’s Degree in Obstetric Nursing or Education preferred.) (TRANSCRIPT REQUIRED)

EXPERIENCE: Two (2) years clinical experience in obstetric nursing. (One (1) year teaching experience related to nursing education preferred.) Valid Tennessee Driver’s license required. Must be approved by Regional One Heath as a system user to have access to the hospital’s patient care computer system (Cerner).

LICENSE/CERTIFICATION: Licensed Registered Nurse (RN) in Tennessee. (COPY OF LICENSE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED)

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Ability to provide expert nursing care to low and high-risk obstetric patients during the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum periods.
Knowledge of basic nursing care provided to low and high-risk newborns.
Ability to prepare lectures, handouts, and visual aids for nurses with diverse backgrounds and specific institutional function requirements.
Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing with individuals from a variety of educational and cultural backgrounds.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and FileMaker Pro software programs.
Knowledge of JCAHO and HIPAA requirements.
Ability to assess educational needs and plan appropriate classroom and simulation content.

WORK SCHEDULE: This position may be occasionally required to work evenings and weekends. May occasionally require overnight travel.

Residency Program Coordinator

POSITION SUMMARY

The Campbell Clinic Foundation moves lives through medical education, orthopaedic research and patient care and outreach. We are affiliated with Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics, an internationally-recognized pioneer in orthopaedic surgery and group of orthopaedic physicians, researchers and allied health professionals located in the Mid-South region.

The Foundation facilitates surgeon education through medical residency and fellowship programs as well as leading-edge orthopaedic research, and is committed to lifelong bone and joint health for all through diverse community outreach programs.

The Residency Coordinator is responsible for the day to day management of the Accreditation Council for General Medical Education (ACGME) training program. This position ensures compliance with the non-clinical ACGME accreditation requirements, ABMS requirements, and state and federal regulations. This position works with the program director (a physician) that is responsible for the clinical compliance of the training program. The coordinator administratively supervises 40+ medical residents, manages the program budget, enforces policies and procedures, faciliates the annual recruitment process, and is the liaison between the training program and the University, teaching hospitals, accrediting body, applicants, and the public.

This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Reasonable Accommodations Statement

To accomplish this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to help enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Functions Statement(s)

  1. The Residency Coordinator manages non-clinical requirements for the training programs, and the residents report administratively to this position. The coordinator works with limited supervision and must be organized, use discretion, and employ independent judgment to handle various issues as they arise each day.
  2. Liaison between the program and hospitals, ACGME, and public. Monitors accreditation agency changes and requirements as needed. Ensure residents are compliant with GME and hospital requirements
  3. Manage the resident block schedule, the master schedule that assigns each resident to each rotation to ensure they meet all their required rotations as mandated by ACGME and ABMS
  4. Work closely with internal partners, including Campbell Clinic Staff and residents, to create, track, and distribute resident call schedule
  5. Prepares and organizes resident oral exam review and supports residents’ completion of Orthopaedic In Training Exam (OITE) yearly
  6. Manage the twice a year Clinical Competency Committee
  7. Manage evaluation completion and submission for both residents and faculty and documents as needed.
  8. Oversee the program budget for support. Manages the monthly resident billing schedule. Track resident education stipend use and reimbursement, coordinate travel with Development office and complete monthly credit card reports and invoice processing.
  9. Ensure the program director completes his/her portion of any clinical accreditation or documentation requirement
  10. Process annual and sick leave requests
  11. Use resident evaluations and in training exams to measure academic performance and document residents that need additional assistance or performance improvement plans
  12. Handles resident grievances
  13. Prepares correspondence for residents with American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS), etc.
  14. Prepares agenda, attends and records minutes for Education Committee meetings
  15. Prepares Annual Program Evaluation checklist prior to the Education Committee meeting and provides updated results for submission to the Graduation Medical Education office at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  16. Organizes and coordinates Residency Review Committee sites visits to include visit schedules, correspondence, and verification of the Program’s proper documentation
  17. Willingness to contribute to strategy, operational and business decisions which impact the Foundation and residency.
  18. In consultation with supervisor/manager, sets own priorities and goals and determines how to accomplish results with few or no guidelines to follow, although past practices may exist; keeps supervisor informed of progress, potentially controversial matters, or matters with far-reaching implications.
  19. Write, revised, implement, and approve and enforce policies for resident program procedures and policies. Prepare handbook.
  20. Annually facilitate applicant recruitment, interviewing/ screening and selection assistance, ranking, selection, communication, and resident onboarding using electronic platforms, digital communications and databases as needed. Set up program in the NRMP/ERAS system for the program to participate in the national match and utilize the application and systems.
  21. Handles all education verification functions necessary for residents and maintains all residents’ personnel files.
  22. Plan and coordinate annual program orientation for new residents
  23. Regular and predictable attendance
  24. Ability to communicate and work in a cooperative manner with others
  25. Performs other duties as assigned

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Education: Bachelor’s degree required.

Experience: 3 years of administrative, program coordination, customer service and/ or operations experience required. Previous supervisory experience preferred. Prior experience with accreditation, project management, government regulations, or higher education preferred. Must demonstrate strong organizational skills. Must have the ability to work with a very diverse group of physicians and staff. Must have the ability to manage multiple concurrent deadlines, track data and information using electronic systems, create and produce reports and be able to take initiative to manage multiple small training program issues with immediate direction.

Computer Skills: Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and adept in the skills of needed to input data, create reports, perform queries, manage communications, arrange video conferencing, manage calendars, meet deadlines and upload and share records electronically and securely. Must be proficient in using Customer Relationship Management systems.

Campbell Clinic Benefit Summary:

Campbell Clinic offers a lucrative benefit package to support employees and their families.

  • Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance
  • HRA Option
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Basic Life Insurance
  • Voluntary Life Insurance Option
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Voluntary Short-Term Disability
  • Accident Insurance
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • 401(k) Plan Matching + Profit Sharing
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off
  • 8 Paid Holidays

ADA Disclaimer

In developing this job description care was taken to include all competencies needed to successfully perform in this position. However, for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) purposes, the essential functions of the job may or may not have been described for purposes of ADA reasonable accommodation. All reasonable accommodation requests will be reviewed and evaluated on a case-by-case basis.