Profiles in Medical Field

Healthcare Services

We are one of the leading providers of customized healthcare services to healthcare and medical organizations throughout The Arizona state and other regions too. We offer the entire spectrum of healthcare services under one roof. Our medical services consist of.

 

Assistant Center Nurse Executive

A nurse executive holds the senior administrative role in a nursing organization. They lead the nursing team, hence they require clinical care experience as well as skills in leadership and management.

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Behavioral Health Registered Nurse

This role will be performing outpatient clinical coverage review services, which require interpretation of state and federal mandates, applicable benefit language, and consideration of relevant clinical information for behavioral health procedures/services.

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Center Executive Director

Center Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the care center, housing and related business lines. It will include strategic planning, staffing, and financial management, supervising resident care, marketing and community outreach.

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Certified Medication Aide or CNA

A certified medication aide is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) responsible for administering daily medication to patients in a hospital or medical facility. Also referred to as medical aide technicians, their duties include monitoring patients, reporting changes, and collecting samples.

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CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

Certified nursing assistants, or CNAs, assist nurses and other medical staff by providing direct personal care for patients. Such as Providing physical support for patients or residents with daily activities and personal hygiene, including bathing, dressing, getting out of bed, - using the toilet, walking, standing, or exercising.

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Center Nurse Executive

Nurse Executive responsibilities include setting the standard of care in the healthcare facility, managing department budgets and providing support for Nurses as needed along with keep and organize records of the particular facility.

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Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant

OTA works under an OT's supervision, To treat patients who have difficulty performing daily living and work activities due to illnesses, injuries, and disabilities. He or she helps clients perform exercises as specified in a treatment plan and teaches them how to use equipment that may make some activities easier. OTA needs to be certified with recognized education council

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Certified Pharmacy Technician

As a pharmacy technician you must be detail-oriented and reliable since the job has high responsibility. You must possess excellent communication skills as well as aptitude in using computers. A good Pharmacy Technician needs to have a service-oriented mindset with strong interpersonal skills, organizational capabilities.

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Interpreter

Interpreter, or Foreign Language Interpreter, is responsible for using their knowledge of multiple languages to help people communicate with one another, despite language barriers. Their duties include traveling with clients to assist them in communicating with those who speak different languages, translating spoken presentations or speeches for multilingual audiences and helping translate spoken words into written messages.

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Infection Prevention Nurse

As an Infection Control Nurse your role is to identify, create, and employ best practices for sanitation and infection management. Provides information, training, guidance and support for prevention and control of infection within the hospital. ICN should oversee the delivery of effective infection prevention and control education program and be a problem solvers and innovators, and are always at the forefront of modern healthcare solutions.

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Licensed Behavioral Health Professional

Behavioral health professionals are responsible for providing direction and counsel to individuals who are dealing with behavioral health challenges such as mental illness, addiction, and physical limitations. They are also responsible for facilitating classroom management training to help address behavioral or emotional issues among students.

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Licensed Practitioner Nurse – LPN

A Licensed Practical Nurse is a professional who plans and manages patient care according to each individual's needs. They interview patients and record their medical history and physical conditions like blood pressure or temperature while obtaining vital signs. LPN professionals must be first and foremost qualified and compassionate. The ideal candidate will be experienced in providing diverse basic care to those who need it while remaining patient and calm. It is a demanding job but also very rewarding.

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MDS Coordinator

An MDS coordinator (Minimal Data Set) is responsible for gathering information on a healthcare facility's current and future patients for future assessment, including physical and mental states. MDS coordinators assess charts and communicate with health care teams to create applicable health care plans for their current and incoming residents.

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Occupational Therapist

OT s an allied health profession that involves the therapeutic use of everyday activities, or occupations, to treat the physical, mental, developmental, and emotional ailments that impact a patient’s ability to perform day-to-day tasks. As such, an occupational therapist is a practitioner who uses therapeutic techniques to improve, rehabilitate, or maintain a patient’s ability to perform everyday activities.

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Physical Therapists

Physical therapists evaluate individual condition and develop a care plan that guides patients. And may perform hands-on treatments for your symptoms. They also teach special exercises to help move and function better.

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Registered Nurse – RN

A registered nurse providing excellent health care to our patients. her duty of caring for the patients coming into our facility include tasks like creating and maintaining accurate patient records, administering medication and monitoring for side effects, recording vital signs, and reporting symptoms and changes in patient conditions.

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Registered Nurse Unit Manager – RN UM

Unit managers are an integral part of the nursing community, providing expert oversight and management of the nursing staff and patients within their units.

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Registered Nurse Unit Supervisor – RN SUP

As part of the leadership team, nurse managers, nurse supervisors and head nurses assume responsibility of various units. They generally arrange care and support patients, as well as other tasks such as scheduling and hiring staff.

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Registered Pharmacist

A pharmacist is a healthcare professional who is specifically trained to store, handle, prepare, and dispense various medications. They also do verifying dosage on medications prescribed by health care providers. Ensuring whether or not a particular medication will interact with other medications used by the patient and verifying that the patient is not otherwise at risk of adverse reactions caused by a prescription