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    "This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer." 

    All new employees must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and/or provide a religious or medical vaccine exemption form prior to beginning employment with Clinch Memorial Hospital.


    Located in Southeast Georgia, Clinch Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital serving Homerville, Clinch County, and surrounding counties.

    Clinch Memorial Hospital is accredited pursuant to the NIAHO® Hospital Accreditation Program. Pursuant to the authority granted to DNV GL Healthcare USA, Inc. by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Clinch Memorial Hospital is deemed in compliance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation for Critical Access Hospitals (42 C.F.R. §485).

    Clinch Memorial Hospital is a Drug-Free Workplace

    Founded in 1957, Clinch Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital that participates in swing bed, vent programs. The hospital was recently voted Hospital of the Year for 2019 by Hometown Health and received Congressional recognition from Representative Buddy Carter.

    Clinch Memorial Hospital is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

    Patient Care Technician (PCT

    Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) - Full Time position available - The Patient Care Technician provides direct and indirect patient care under the direction of a LPN, registered nurse and/or physician. He/she also provides personal care, comfort and assists with safe, clean environment, maintains equipment and supplies.

    Required Qualifications: High School graduate or equivalent, Certified Nursing Assistant or Medical Assistant certification preferred, current Basic Cardiac Life Support Certification within 60 days of hire date, graduate of PCT course preferred.


    Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Clinch Memorial Family Practice

    Clinch Memorial Family Practice is currently seeking a highly motivated Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Monday – Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 1:00P.m. The LPN provides direct and indirect patient care services that meet the psychosocial, physical, and general aspects of care; meets the communication needs of patient and family; provides care that reflects initiative and responsibility indicative of professional expectations. Maintains regulatory agency requirements, nursing and hospital policies, procedures, and standards. Communicates with physicians and team members about changes in patient’s clinical condition, including results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition or response to treatment.

    Clinch Memorial Family Practice provides high-quality, compassionate medical care to our patients and their families. We value the concept of family medicine, a board-certified specialty which serves the physical, mental, and emotional health of the whole family.

    CMFP has a satellite clinic in Fargo and the LPN is required to work as scheduled in that office also.

    The practice is a part of the Clinch Memorial Hospital system which is a 25-bed critical access ever growing hospital that participates in a swing bed program.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Graduate of an accredited LPN/LVN program
    • Current LPN/LVN licensure in State of Georgia
    • Current BCLS certification
    • ACLS/PALS Recommended
    • Doctor’s office experience preferred


    Registered Respiratory Therapist – 7p/7a – Full Time Night Position

    Gain experience with us you can't get in most hospitals! Clinch Memorial Hospital has an active vent program in which RRTs get hands-on experience.

    Respiratory Therapist - Full time 7p/7a - Night Shift position- Average patient-to-Therapist ratio is 5 to 1. The Respiratory Therapist is responsible for providing cardiopulmonary care services in accordance with specific physician’s orders, department policies and procedures.

    Clinch Memorial Hospital is a critical access hospital that offers the opportunity to utilize and enhance your critical ventilator management and weaning skills.

    Clinch Memorial Hospital believes in putting patient care first by maintain a therapeutic level of Respiratory Therapist to patient ratio.

    Required Qualifications: Graduate of an AMA-approved Current Georgia Respiratory license, school of Respiratory Therapy, Current BLS, ACLS and PALS certification Required.


    Community Paramedicine Employee

    Community Paramedicine Employee - Full Time - Under the general direction of the Director of Nursing the Community Paramedicine employee delivers healthcare services, treatment, education, and care management to sub-acute patients and or community members by assessing and providing in-home wellness care services. Community Paramedicine Employee serves as conduit and/or extension to the physician, Clinch Memorial Hospital, and/or other health and human service programs to assist the patients to improve their healthcare outcome, health and development, and self-sufficiency, for individuals served, both from EHS patient population and the general community in accordance with DNV, federal, state, and local guidelines, organizational and departmental policies and procedures.

    Community-Based Needs:

    · Participate in the community’s health assessment as it applies to the population’s needs

    · Increase community awareness of health prevention and promotion

    · Develop a network of resources for patient/client

    · Identify social determinants affecting patient/client care (e.g., individual, community, transportation, economics, environment, social support)

    · Identify cultural variables affecting patient/client care (e.g., Language, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Ethnicity, Race)

    · Identify medical variables affecting patient/client care (e.g., autism, physical disabilities, dementia, age)

    · Identify mental health variables affecting patient/client care (e.g., cognitive disorders, substance disorders, schizophrenia and psychotic disorders, anxiety)

    · Identify special needs variables affecting patient/client care (e.g., autism, abuse, neglect, malnutrition, PTSD, medical literacy)

    · Operate within the financial framework to provide healthcare

    Interdisciplinary Collaboration:

    · Participate in a plan of care to meet an individual’s needs

    · Coordinate health services for patients/clients.

    · Determine the need for community resources (e.g., mental health, substance abuse, public health, social services).

    · Provide referrals to community resources (e.g., mental health, substance abuse, public health, social services).

    · Collaborate with the healthcare team in the management of chronic disease (e.g., diabetes, asthma, coronary artery disease).

    · Refer for needs matched time appropriate care

    · Coordinate with health professionals to ensure the continued care of the patient/client

    · Communicate with health professionals to ensure the continued care of the patient/client (e.g., condition, reaction to interventions, significant incidents)

    · Serve as a patient/client advocate (e.g., program enrollments, liaison with healthcare professionals

    · Document patient/client visits and follow-up care in healthcare records

    · Access patient/client electronic and/or paper medical records

    · Evaluate related health records (e.g., lab results, medication list, most recent visit summary)

    · Maintain patient confidentiality (e.g., HIPAA)

    Perform minor medical procedures: fluid replacement, oxygen administration, glucose monitoring, etc.

    Maintain patient confidentiality (e.g., HIPAA)

    Prepare patient/client to navigate the healthcare system independently

    Communicate with patient/client to ensure continued care (e.g., medication adherence, follow-up care)

    Preventative Care Education:

    · Assess safety risks for the community paramedic (e.g., unsafe situations, animals, diseases)

    · Assess safety risks for the patient/client (e.g., disease, falls, environmental health hazards)

    · Assess the safety of the work environment

    · Educate on the proper use of healthcare resources

    · Provide oral health education and/or screening

    · Educate on identified healthcare goals

    · Perform a physical safety inspection (e.g., home, property, vehicle)

    · Screen for chronic disease (e.g., diabetes, asthma, coronary artery disease)

    · Differentiate injury patterns associated with specific mechanisms of injury (e.g., falls, elder abuse)

    · Provide service with the local public health agency (e.g., immunization, disease investigation, TB-DOT)

    · Provide service with the local social service and aging agencies (e.g., adult protection, child protection, senior services, housing)

    · Participate in wellness clinics (e.g., immunization and screening)

    · Provide education for:

    a) chronic disease

    b) medical condition

    c) community resources

    d) wellness and nutrition

    e) medications

    Identify the impact that professional boundaries have on patient/client/family and provider health (e.g., ethics, compassion fatigue, stress)

    Apply coping methods to reduce stress

    Required Qualifications:

    Minimum Level of Education: Education level equivalent to graduation from an accredited school of Paramedicine.

    Formal Training: Management skills with experience in planning, organizing, implementing, facilitating, interviewing, counseling, and verbal and written communications. Excellent computer skills are required, including strong knowledge of Word, Excel, and Outlook.

    Licensure, Certification, Registration: Must have and maintain certification as a Paramedic in the State of Georgia, must have and maintain certification in Basic Life Support, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Pediatric, Advanced Life Support (PALS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). Must possess and maintain a valid Driver’s License without restrictions, except for corrective lenses.

    Work Experience: Minimum Two years of experience as a certified Paramedic in the State of Georgia required, working knowledge of Home Healthcare, ACO, and or Case Management preferred and must be able to manage multiple duties simultaneously.