St. Francis Memorial Hospital is offering positions for those interested in making a difference in health care delivery within a rural setting. This small rural, fully accredited hospital offers both medical and complex continuing in-patient care, emergency care and a full range of diagnostic and clinical services.
St. Francis Memorial Hospital is a 20 bed rural facility noted for its progressive programs and friendly work environment with a dedication to providing “Excellence in Rural Healthcare”. Located 30 minutes from Algonquin Park and 2 hours from Ottawa, the area offers exceptional natural beauty with year round recreational activities such as mountainbiking, ATV’s, snowmobiling, water sports, and camping, while maintaining easy access to urban centres. The Madawaska Valley is also known for its talented Arts community and warm hospitality.
At SFMH we see ourselves as a community healthcare hub that integrates all services that will not only address the unique community needs but also is able to adapt to changing patient care models and economical changes. St. Francis Memorial Hospital is an equal opportunity employer, offers competitive salary packages, an incredible work environment, and career advancement opportunities.
PHYSICIANS LOOKING TO WORK SHIFTS IN OUR EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
If you are a physician interested in working in our Emergency Department, please contact Joanne Pecarskie, Executive Assistant at 613-756-3044 # 234 or email@example.com for information on physician credentialing or Dr. Alex Atfield, Emergency Director at: firstname.lastname@example.org for information on shift availability, EPIC training and rates.
Part time Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses within the Emergency and Medical Departments
Located in Barry’s Bay, St. Francis Memorial Hospital is offering Registered Nurse positions for those interested in making a difference in health care delivery within a rural setting. This small rural, fully accredited hospital offers both medical in-patient care, emergency care and a full range of diagnostic and clinical services
Qualified applicants must have: current certification with the College of Nurses of Ontario and well developed interpersonal and communication skills (Emergency position may require additional qualifications). If you are interested in joining our professional, caring staff that is committed to providing excellent patient care in a friendly, family environment, please submit your resume in writing to:Mary-Ellen Harris, C.N.E. & Director of Patient Care ServicesSt. Francis Memorial Hospital, Box 129, Barry’s Bay, ON K0J 1B0 email@example.com
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PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKERS (Permanent Part Time)
Through a new collaborative and integrated partnership with the Madawaska Valley Hospice Palliative Care, St. Francis Memorial Hospital is seeking applications for Casual Personal Support Workers (night shifts including week days and weekends).
Working as a member of the clinical team and reporting to the Hospice Clinical Director & Chief Nursing Officer, the incumbent provides and supports patient care delivery for both the hospice and hospital (on the same night shift). The Personal Support Worker (PSW) provides basic Nursing Care to the patients of both organizations; assists with activities of daily living such as personal hygiene, food and fluid intake and elimination needs, and mobility as outlined in the Nursing Care Plans specific to each patient.
The PSW provides close supportive care to patients and families, and specialized support of specific populations such as: dementia, palliative, and those with life limiting illness/disease.
In addition, the PSW assists with restorative nursing functions in the hospital to maintain or improve function and prevent decline or adverse outcomes.
Qualifications include successful completion of a recognized PSW program (formerly known as the HCA program (Patient Care Assistant, Health Care Aide, Personal Support Worker), Current CPR or BCLS Certification. Previous Geriatric and Palliative Care experience preferred.
A more detailed job description can be requested. Qualified applicants should submit requests or resume’s to Joanne Pecarskie, SFMH Executive Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org