CARE COORDINATOR (ASSOCIATES PREPARED) – FULL TIME, DAYS FLEX

  • Full Time
  • Day
  • Salary Guide: $20,000 - $40,000


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CARE COORDINATOR (ASSOCIATES PREPARED) – FULL TIME, DAYS FLEX: LEXMARK

We offer a very competitive compensation and benefits package, including a generous paid time-off package. Our full-time and our benefited part-time employees receive the same benefits package ( it is just prorated for part-timers) Health insurance coverage becomes the first day of the month following your start date if you wish to enroll. In addition we offer 2 retirement programs – both a Defined benefit and 403b Defined contribution.

Position: Care Coordinator (Associates Prepared) – Full Time, Days Flex
Location: Day
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $20,000 – $40,000
Last Updated: 19 September 2022
Job Category: Social Care

Care Coordinator Role:

A Care Coordinator, or Patient Care Coordinator works with both patients and Healthcare Professionals to ensure seamless, organised and effective care. Primary duties include rearranging care plans when problems arise, visiting patients to monitor the care provided and working with the care team to assess the treatment.

Other Duties:

  • Ensuring that the staff deliver high-quality and personalised care to patients
  • Managing budgets and ensuring the financial effectiveness of medical care settings
  • Recruiting, training and supervising staff and communicating the needs of patients to Medical Staff
  • Ensuring health and safety compliance
  • Liaising with local community organisations and maintaining good relationships with stakeholders
  • Ensuring that all activities such as personal care and medication administration meet the required standards
  • Preparing reports related to the progress of patients
  • Planning and utilising resources and staying updated with the clinical knowledge to ensure that patients receive the best care



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