Clinical Coordinator

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Clinical Coordinator Job Description

 

Job Title: Clinical Coordinator

 

Job Summary:

As a clinical coordinator, you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of a clinical program or department within a healthcare facility. You will ensure that the program or department is running smoothly and efficiently, and that all staff members are meeting their goals and objectives. You will also oversee patient care and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure that patients receive the highest quality care.

 

Responsibilities:

- Manage the day-to-day operations of a clinical program or department, including overseeing staff, managing budgets, and ensuring compliance with regulations and policies.

- Supervise and train clinical staff members, including nurses, medical assistants, and other healthcare professionals.

- Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure that patient care is safe, effective, and efficient.

- Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure that patients receive the highest quality care.

- Monitor and evaluate patient care, and implement changes as necessary to improve outcomes.

- Maintain accurate records of patient care and staff activities, and report data to management as required.

- Participate in the recruitment and hiring of clinical staff members, and ensure that all staff members receive appropriate training and development opportunities.

- Participate in ongoing education and training to stay current with advances in clinical practice and technology.

- Adhere to ethical and professional standards and maintain patient confidentiality.

 

Requirements:

- Bachelor's degree in nursing or a related field.

- Current state license to practice as a registered nurse or other clinical professional.

- At least 3-5 years of experience in a clinical setting, with a demonstrated track record of success in managing staff and programs.

- Strong knowledge of clinical practice and healthcare regulations and policies.

- Excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.

- Ability to work effectively in a team environment.

- Strong organizational and time management skills.

- Willingness to participate in ongoing education and training to stay current with advances in clinical practice and technology.

- Adherence to ethical and professional standards.