Covenant Health

  • Patient Transfer Specialist

    ID
    2720202
    Facility
    Covenant Health Corporate
    Job Location
    US-TN-Louisville
    Department Name
    CALL CENTER
  • Overview

    Covenant Health

    Patient Transfer Specialist

     

    Full-Time 80 hours ppp- Nights

     

    The Patient Transfer Specialist serves as the primary contact for referring physicians and facilities requesting the services of Covenant Health for a continued, and often, higher level of patient care.  This position is responsible for collecting appropriate clinical information and coordinating and facilitating the acceptance of patient transfers and direct admissions into Covenant Health facilities in accordance with established clinical guidelines and protocols and Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA).  The Coordinator will obtain accurate patient demographic information and enter into the registration system and will also obtain verbal patient status/type admission orders from providers and enter into the Computerized Order Entry (CPOE) system, so the patient status/type is classified in the correctly in a timely manner. 

     

    The Coordinator will communicate and collaborate with physicians, hospital CAOs and leadership, System and Facility administrators on call (AOC), house supervisors and capacity management staff on a routine basis to elevate and resolve issues that are barriers to patient transfer acceptance.  Critical to this position is the ability to utilize critical thinking skills and judgement, multitask and initiate appropriate actions to ensure patients receive care in a timely manner.   This position reports directly to the Call Center Manager.

     

     

    Minimum Experience:         Minimum of two (2) years in a health related field is required.

     

    Licensure Requirements:    Licensed EMT, Paramedic, LPN or RN in the state of TN required.

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