Coordinator Home Care

Dignity Health Grass Valley , CA 95945

Posted 4 weeks ago


Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital has proudly served as the sole healthcare provider for western Nevada County for more than 50 years. Much has happened since the hospital opened in 1958, including additions in 1994 of a 68,000 square foot Outpatient Center, a comprehensive Cancer Center and most recently, the opening of the Sierra Nevada Diagnostic Center in the fall of 2006.

SNMH is a licensed, acute care hospital providing a full range of services including cardiovascular, surgical, emergency and diagnostic. SNMH offers access to the SNMH Health Sciences Library. The library features continuing and medical education for healthcare professionals, diabetes classes, prenatal classes, cancer support groups, and family caregiver classes. In addition, we have more than 90 board certified primary and specialty care physicians on our active and associate medical staff.


The Home Care Coordinator assists with the coordination of home care services for patients discharged from the hospital. The Home Care Coordinator assures appropriate identification of services in compliance with insurance parameters.

Temporary Assignment of at least 3 months



Complies with accepted professional standards and principles. Possesses and maintains good physical stamina and mental health.

Is flexible and cooperative in fulfilling role obligations. Has good oral and written communication skills.

Has excellent observation skills.

Has good organizational skills. Is self-directed with the ability to work with little supervision. Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or agency requirements and is in good working order.

Has 2-3 years of home health experience or other health care public relations preferred. Current RN License, Drivers Lic, Car Ins

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