Communicates in a respectful and caring manner by listening, accepting diversity and individuality
Manages technical and support systems with unit personnel and interdepartmental hospital services to facilitate communication and access to pertinent data and/or supplies needed for patient care
Collaborates with multi-disciplinary health care team members in facilitating ex-change of information needed to secure patient services or plan/intervene for patient care within ANW and with other appropriate health care providers
Actively participates and supports unit based quality management plan
Participates in learning and other opportunities for developing and maintaining competence
Works as a member of the health care team to create a cohesive and respectful environment which supports patient care through delegated and independent functions
Uses human and material resources in a cost-effective manner to facilitate patients expected length of stay
Demonstrates understanding of their role in developing and maintaining an environment that is safe for patients, visitors and employees
Protects patient rights/confidentiality
Must be willing to work in all Mother Baby units
Education or Degree - High school diploma or equivalent.
Successful completion of accredited Health Unit Coordinator (HUC) course, Allina formal HUC course, or HUC experience is required.
Notary must be obtained upon hire.
Allina Health Systems