University of Rochester Project Nurse in Rochester, New York

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Time as Reported Grade 044 Special Patient Services

Schedule

8 AM-4:30 PM

Responsibilities

Overview:

The University of Rochester offers a world-class Executive Patient Services program which includes the departments of Special Patient Services and Executive Health. These medical concierge and executive physical programs provide enhanced customer service to the University of Rochester's major donors, identified prospective donors, and corporate clients and offers best-in-class preventive health assessments. The programs provide these individuals and their families with high-touch service under a "one call does it all" access program. The primary program objectives are:

  • To provide a comprehensive, outstanding Executive Health physical program to existing and companies, new companies, and individual executive clients.
  • To further strengthen existing relationships between the University and its major donors and corporations.
  • To establish and strengthen relationships with newly identified companies and prospects for the University.

Specific Responsibilities:

Collaborates cohesively with all members of the Executive Health team to organize and smoothly facilitate the Executive Health physical program. Including, but not limited to, gathering medical health history, telephone interviews, scheduling consultations with faculty members, and assisting with the executive physical. Actively participating in delivering the highest quality executive patient care including exercise tolerance testing, EKG, pulmonary function testing, vision and hearing screening and other tasks as required.

Works closely with department chairs, physicians, and staff to facilitate inpatient and outpatient visits for our existing donors and corporate partners. Documents patient encounters and progress through the Executive Patient Services process, act as a liaison between Advancement gift officers, Executive Patient Services staff and donors. Provides outstanding communication and stewardship with University of Rochester donors and corporate partners.

Anticipates the need for appropriate materials for the Executive Director for effective decision making and preparation for meetings and lunches. Proactively prepares and compiles background information needed in preparation for meetings, events and activities. Arranges follow-up meetings, correspondence, and activities as it relates to patient stewardship, cultivation and relationship building. Follows all HIP AA regulations and ensures compliance throughout the implementation, evaluation, and continuance of the program.

Provides program coverage both during business hours and after hours via the 24/7 on call answering service. Other duties as required by the Chief Medical Officer and the Executive Director of Executive Patient Services.

Requirements:

Registered Nurse with current NY State license and a minimum of 5 years of nursing experience. Master's degree preferred, ideally as a NYS licensed Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. Embraces the importance of patient satisfaction and patient-centered care. Must have experience collaborating and building consensus among diverse constituencies; excellent organizational and communication skills are required. Ability to work with a high level of confidentiality is imperative. Previous experience interacting with patients is required. Ability to think creatively is a plus.

EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

Job Title: Project Nurse

Location: Health Sciences

Job ID: 208813

Regular/Temporary: Regular

Full/Part Time: TAR