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This opportunity is for our NHS client and you would be sitting within the HR team, where you will be reporting into the Director of Nursing. You will be responsible for directly attracting and sourcing qualified nurses. It is essential you have some experience of recruiting nurses via social media, networking events, nursing events and attracting talent from abroad.

This is a great role as you will be working independently and will have the flexibility to do some home working. You will also get a chance to work across the county on building strong working relationships and supporting line managers by capturing relevant information.

This is not a target or commission based role but you will be expected to deliver results. You will have full recruitment administration support so that you can focus on sourcing, attraction and candidate management and ultimately filling vacancies.

This is a great 6 month opportunity for a skilled talent acquisition specialist to really make a difference in a role where you will be pivotal to the business and the colleagues you support.


Shifts Available: Full Time Hours for 8 weeks in a temporary position then PRN hours available.

The Village at Marymount is a Not For Profit facility that consists of Marymount Place Assisted Living, Clare Hall Skilled Nursing, and Villa St. Joseph Nursing and Memory Care Center, all sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis. We are currently looking for dedicated, energetic individuals. We are a high volume facility, providing a wide range of services from short term rehabilitation to long term care and assisted living. Our busy in-house rehabilitation community is looking for dynamic and dedicated Physical Therapists to join our team!


The purpose of this position is to evaluate, treat, document and/or facilitate care for residents with impaired ability to perform activities of daily living at an independent level due to disease process; participate in the interdisciplinary team meetings as required; assist in developing restorative nursing programs related to improving residents' function in activities of daily living.


1. Evaluate and document evaluations of referred residents in accordance with facility policies and procedures.

2. Provide appropriate treatment to help residents maintain or attain the highest level of function possible within the confines of his/her physical abilities.

3. Recommend and/or provide appropriate treatment, preventative measures and adaptive equipment to prevent decline in residents' function.

4. Provide appropriate treatment, preventative measures and adaptive equipment to prevent decline in residents' function.

5. Provide appropriate resident or caregiver education to help residents maintain or attain the highest level of function possible within the confines of his/her physical abilities.

6. Maintain timely and accurate resident reports as required by federal, state and local regulatory agencies and third-party payers.


1. Must possess, as a minimum, a degree from an accredited school of Physical Therapy.

2. Unencumbered Physical Therapy License

3. Must have, as a minimum, two (2) years' experience in long-term care or other related health care facility

4. Possess alertness and skill in recognizing and identifying symptoms

5. Must possess outstanding leadership abilities and communication skills

We offer a competitive salary and generous benefits.

EOE/Smoke and Drug-Free Campus

Serves as initial contact for all Patient Access Services including but not limited to the scheduling of procedures, data collection, ongoing maintenance of patient census activity, and obtain patient financial information.

Education and Training

High School Diploma or equivalent


-One (1) to two (2) years of Customer Service experience is required.
-Registration, Insurance Verification/Pre-Certification, Financial counseling, and/or Patient account experience, preferably in a medical setting, is preferred.

Other Skills, Competencies and Qualifications

-Excellent oral and written communication skills required.
-Ability to pass medical terminology test administered by HR.
-Ability to pass data entry Alpha numeric test administered by HR.
-Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
-Demonstrated math and analytical skills.
-Ability to operate a PC, facsimile and other related office equipment.
-Ability to maintain confidentiality of patient and financial records and adheres to HIPAA guidelines/policy.

Population Specific Competency

The incumbent will have the ability to effectively interact with populations of the patient (and his or her representative) with sensitivity to the communication needs and an understanding of their needs for self-respect and dignity.

Commitment to Service Excellence

The incumbent will be committed to providing exceptional customer service. They will be committed to treating coworkers with respect and dignity to ensure a consistent positive experience for all patients, employees and visitors.

Attendance and Punctuality

Adheres to the hospital attendance policy and will make every effort to consistently be punctual when reporting to work and during daily activities.



Position summary:

  • The Vascular Sonographer performs vascular ultrasonography in various settings, including inpatient, outpatient, ED, and intraoperative. He/she supports the operation of the Vascular Lab, including answering phones, processing reports, scheduling patients, retrieve medical records. The Vascular Sonographer also participates in the on-call rotation.



  • High school diploma and graduation from an accredited vascular ultrasound program.

Required length and type of experience:

  • Clinical experience from training program.

Required licensure, certification or registry:

  • Registered by the Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) as a Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS) OR registered by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography as a Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) OR registry eligibly with agreement to pass registry within 1 year of employment.


Position Summary:

A professional caregiver who plans, provides, and directs patient care and teaching, utilizing the nursing process in accordance with patient care standards and physician orders. He/she acts as a liaison between physicians, patient and family, and collaborates with other health care members. He/she assists in the orientation process of new personnel, and may participate in health center and department committees. The staff nurse must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to age groups according to specific chronological age, developmental age, and/or psycho-social maturity.



  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current licensure by Ohio State Board of Nursing

Required Length and Type of Experience:

  • Previous experience in specific nursing area preferred.

Required Licensure, Certification or Registry:

  • Current license by the Ohio State Board of Nursing. CPR certification required. ACLS preferred.
  • If applicable, ACLS certification for specific departments (ie. Labor and Delivery, Critical Care, Emergency Services, PACU, Endoscopy and Cardiac Cath) required. PALS required in Emergency Services.


Conducts a comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of the patient according to established standard, including the assessment of safety and educational needs.

Participates in the establishment of a collaborative plan of care based on the assessment data, with all other involved disciplines and communicates this plan of care as appropriate.

Implements and evaluates the plan of care based on identified patient goals and intended outcomes. Modifies the plan of care, based on reassessment of the patient's status.

Completes all documentation according to established standard and utilizes the established documentation tools appropriately.

Assesses the readiness of the patient and significant other to learn and implements the individualized education plan according to the need.

Actively participates in the Department of Nursing or unit-based initiatives, including such activities as provision of in-service opportunities or volunteering to serve as project point for committees and task forces.


Our client is a vibrant NHS organisation who requires a Contracts Manager. This individual would maintain and build key contracts as well as negotiating new contracts which are commercially advantageous. You will have a strong understanding of the NHS procurement process.

Responsibilities include:

  • Understanding the Trust's commercial needs
  • Negotiating contracts and commercials
  • Challenging suppliers
  • Managing tenders
  • Procurement
  • Options analysis
  • Benchmarking
  • Using initiative
  • Working independently with limited support

This will be suitable for an individual with a strong NHS background within procurement and contracts management.

SceneOne are a specialist search organisation with a primary focus on eHealth/Health Informatics/Health IT/Healthcare Software. We're typically engaged by organisations in the following areas: ePrescribing, Medicines Management, EPMA, EPR, EHR, EMR, PACS, RIS, PAS, Healthcare Analytics, Digital Dictation, LIMS, Mobile Technologies, Mental Health, Child Health, Data Migration, Clinical Portals, Patient Engagement, Sharepoint, Business Intelligence, Interoperability, HL7, Health Intelligence, Primary Care.


Account Reconciliation Processor


  • Responsible for researching and identifying issues within multiple computerized internal systems applications to reconcile credit balances on accounts for all lines of business.

  • Determine disposition and resolve credit balances.

  • Reconcile accounts to zero balance.

  • Responsible for maintaining liaison between hospital and clinic locations, health plan insurance companies, and other depts. within the organization..

Top Daily Responsibilities:

  • Researches and follows up on all patient and insurance credit balance accounts for all lines of business in order to resolve accounts to a zero balance and provide excellent and compliant customer service to patients, institutional, and government payers including Medicare, and MediCal.

  • Identifies and reconciles accounts so that if necessary they can be escheated to the state to comply with regulatory requirements.

  • Reviews HealthConnect (EPIC) work queues or reports to determine proper course of action for credit balance resolution by preparing or reversing adjustments, initiating refund requests, reversing charges and requesting transfers, if applicable.

  • Analyzes explanation of benefits, attorney, insurance and other confidential documentation, including patient statements as part of account resolution.

  • Discusses credit balances and refunds with attorneys and insurance adjusters who represent patients and/or institutional and government payers, including Medicare, and MediCal,

  • Follows up with written correspondence as needed with attorneys, and institutional payer representatives.

  • Identifies trends and root causes in undistributed payments and recommends solutions to PFS management, NCAL and SCAL Revenue Cycle management, and TPMG and SCPMG management, and regulatory compliance staff, in order to prevent future occurrences and ensure compliant actions by the organization.

  • Analyzes Explanation of Benefits (EOBs), and remittance advices, and posts refund adjustments to the appropriate accounts consistent with internal Policies and PFS reimbursement guidelines and contracts.

  • Compiles documentation for submission to Accounts Payable that supports refund processing and ensures compliant actions and superior customer service.


  • HS/GED required, AA degree in business or certification in health or other insurance billing or collections issued by an accredited learning institution preferred.

  • Minimum 3 years of overall experience.

  • One (1) year of collector experience performing outbound insurance balance follow-up and resolution (not just inbound calls), using knowledge of debit balances, credit balances, cash transactions, and experience reconciling accounts to a zero balance.

  • Demonstrated Computer Agility (tested) which includes being proficient in PC Windows based environment, and an ability to use Word and Excel formulas, sorting, and other common functions (minimum test score required). An ability to use Excel functions such as match, sumif, vlookup, and other data analysis spreadsheet functions as needed

  • Demonstrated experience reconciling accounts to a zero balance, including all debit and credit balances, with a basic understanding of accounting transactions.

  • Ability to effectively communicate account circumstances and/or root causes to ASU management and PFS staff.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Federal Fair Debt and Collections Act, HIPAA, NAIC.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of reimbursement practices by all lines of business that PFS handles (eg,Medicare, MediCal,Commercial, Workers Compensation, Self-Funded, etc.).

  • Understanding of contractual allowances, capitation reimbursement, administrative adjustments and basic medical terms.

  • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

  • Successfully pass 10 key by touch test with minimum passing score of 5,000 gross keystrokes per hour.

  • Ability to perform basic mathematical computations and succinctly describe the analysis performed.

  • Ability to sit for long period of time.

  • Ability to use general office equipment including telephone, fax, copier.

  • Ability to work well in a team environment and within the Labor Management Partnership guidelines and effectively participate in Unit Based Teams

Minimum Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current licensure by Ohio State Board of Nursing. Knowledge of Medicare Regulations. Must drive and have a valid Ohio driver's license. CPR certification required. Minimum one (1) year general medical surgical hospital nursing required. One (1) year recent home care and home infusion experience preferred.

Alliance Healthcare Solutions is seeking an LPN for a 12 week contract.

Please see the job description below and apply today!

LPN needed to cover a maternity leave at our Green Office. Would like to start in September for training purposes. We are a Tobacco-Free Facility.

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Minimum of 32 hours, but up to 40 hours per week.

The LPN/Clerical/Clinical assists Physicians and/or Physician's Assistants with designated procedures and performs related secretarial/clerical duties. Assists Physicians and/or physicians assistants in all aspects of patients' care, including the application and removal of casts and Durable Medical Equipment (DME). Assists in procedure and general maintenance of equipment, supplies, and exam rooms.

BLS preferred


Position summary:

  • The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) will provide timely, non- judgmental, compassionate care to the sexual assault victim.
  • This will include a forensic exam, prophylaxis for pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, photographic documentation, referrals for appropriate medical and psychological follow-up, support and participation in legal proceedings.

Position reports to:

  • Reports to the SANE Program Coordinator


  • Graduate of an Accredited School of Registered Nursing and current licensure by the State of Ohio
  • BSN preferred

Required length and type of experience:

  • 2 years of nursing experience
  • Completion of SANE training and SIM lab training
  • Qualified to complete SANE Exam

Required licensure, certification or registry:

  • BLS, ACLS, Completion of SANE training

Below are the duties and responsibilities for this position

  • Ability to perform an emergent medical triage before proceeding with forensic exam
  • Maintain professional standards that do not create a conflict of interest with patient care or employment
  • Perform a complete medical forensic evaluation to include:
  • Head-to-toe assessment, detailed genital/anal examination
  • Forensic specimen collection and documentation
  • Photo documentation following hospital policies/procedures
  • Follow mandated reporting for the State of Ohio
  • Maintain chain of custody and adhere to evidence protocols
  • Maintain patient/medical record confidentiality at all time (HIPPA)
  • Administer prophylaxis medications and emergency contraception
  • Coordinate referrals to assist with medical and psychological needs for the patient
  • Provide testimony as a fact witness to cases performed while contracted as a SANE
  • Participate in professional development including staff meetings, conferences and chart/photograph review for quality assurance
  • Adhere to all administrative, clinical and employment policies and procedures with SANE program and organization
  • Maintain competency and follow the scopes of practice outlined by the International Association of Forensic Nursing (IAFN) and Ohio Board of Nursing
  • Follow general hospital upon hire and Emergency Department orientation as directed by the SANE coordinator
  • Adheres to all SANE Call policies and time frames