SouthernCare, part of the Kindred at Home family of hospice, home health, palliative, and community care providers, focuses on clinical excellence with compassion and dignity. Our company culture centers around humility, servant leadership, empathy, and innovation while we serve as a leader in the home care industry. Our people and our patient care allow us to make a difference when life matters most. We are passionate about what we do because our care matters.
We're looking for a Clinical Liaison to join our team.
You will report directly to the AVP of Business Development. You will be responsible for ensuring that the intake and referral processes are performed effectively and timely to meet the needs of patients, families, referral sources and the organization; completes the admission process on referred patients in emergency cases, as staffing indicates, and for inpatient hospice admissions.
Provides accurate and timely information regarding hospice services to anyone inquiring about Hospice care
Receives calls from referral sources, responds timely, and initiates paperwork to begin Intake/referral process
Serves as patient advocate in evaluating/developing plan of care and obtaining informed Consent for hospice
Calling on multiple account types - SNF's, ALF's, Hospitals and Physicians
Offering inservices and education on the benefits of hospice
Licensed Nurse with three to five years hospice experience
BSN with five, or more, year's hospice experience is preferred
Hospice experience minimum three years
Experience as a discharge planner, case manager, and/or educator is preferred
Comprehensive Benefits Package: Health Insurance, 401k Plan, Tuition Reimbursement, PTO
Opportunity to Participate In a Fleet Program
Professional Growth and Development Opportunities
This is a safety-sensitive position
Employee must meet minimum requirements to be eligible for benefits
Where applicable, employee must meet state specific requirements
We are proud to be an EEO employer
We maintain a drug-free workplace
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