Job Description

About UCVH:

Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital (UCVH), an affiliate of North Country Healthcare, is a 16-bed critical access hospital serving 20 communities and 8,500 people in its service area which includes communities in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. UCVH provides over 4,000 emergency department visits, 325 outpatient surgeries, 300 inpatient admissions, 7,000 imaging studies and 140,000 laboratory tests annually. UCVH offers a broad array of services including a 24/7 fully staffed emergency department, outpatient surgical care, cardiac rehabilitation, inpatient care, ambulatory care, x-ray, MRI, CT scans, mammography, outpatient rehabilitation, laboratory services and more.


About North Country Healthcare (NHC):

North Country Healthcare is a non-profit affiliation of four medical facilities in the White Mountains Region of New Hampshire. NCH includes numerous physicians and medical providers at multiple locations. This leading comprehensive healthcare network which employs hundreds of highly-trained individuals delivers integrated patient care through three community hospitals, specialty clinics, and home health and hospice services. NCH remains committed to the health and well-being of the communities we serve.

Member organizations include Androscoggin Valley Hospital in Berlin, Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital in Colebrook, Weeks Medical Center in Lancaster, and North Country Home Health and Hospice Agency in Littleton. NCH is proud to be the largest employer in the North Country.



Job Summary:

The LNA will assist nursing and medical staff to provide care to our patients as directed. She/he may encounter patients of all ages.

Qualifications Educational:
Applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent; certification as a Nursing Assistant; be computer literate; hold current BLS certification; and for LNA II, have at least 18 months of pertinent LNA experience.

Personal:
Excellent communication skills with co-workers and patients; multi-task oriented; possess organizational skills; possess problem solving skills.




Job Summary:

The Medical Surgical Health Unit Coordinator is responsible for the efficient operation/coordination of the Central Nursing Station reception / clerical functions and the processing of all orders for the Medical Surgical and, as needed, the ICU patient population. The duties of the Unit Manager will include, but are not limited to clerical functions (processing and transcribing physician orders, ordering supplies), reception functions (answering phones, greeting and assisting visitors), assisting with data gathering for CQI projects / databases and assisting the Nursing Supervisor with multiple duties including schedule coordination and day-to-day staffing adjustments. The Health Unit Coordinator must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills. Qualifications High school graduate. Knowledge of medical terminology. Must be able to read, write and speak English. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. BLS certification required. Prior experience as a Unit Coordinator or Unit Secretary strongly preferred. State of New Hampshire license as a Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) strongly preferred prior to hire. If LNA license not present on hire, must be obtained within six (6) months of hire. Minimum of one-year experience as a LNA preferred.


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