4,047 JobsVice President Cancer ServicesLifespan CorporationProvidence, RIWorks in collaboration with the Physician Director of Lifespan Cancer Institute (LCI); Director of Hematology Oncology; and Senior Vice President Lifespan Clinical Service Lines & Facilities Development to develop strategy and goals for the Service Line. Full-time
Patient Care AttendantLifespan CorporationProvidence, RISummary:Under the general direction of the Registered Nurse observes assigned patients and reports observations that may place the patient at risk for injury (intentional or unintentional harm) as well as changes in the patients cognitive and mental status. Full-time
Patient Accounts RepLifespan CorporationProvidence, RIProvides and reviews with the patient or designee the HIPAA Privacy notice Ethics brochures Patient Rights Hospital Directory Advance Directives and the Rhode Island Hospital Welcome Brochure and other related information as developed. Full-time
Medical Director, Peri-operative and Procedural SvcsLifespan CorporationProvidence, RIWorking with the Lifespan Anesthesiologist-in-Chief and System Peri-operative and Procedural Service Line leadership the VP/Peri-operative Services/ACNO VP/Chief Medical Officer peri-operative directors Pharmacy leadership and the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University Department Chairs/Chiefs the Medical Director will implement clinical initiatives focused upon optimizing the efficacy and efficiency of the RIH operating rooms and procedural areas. Full-time
Stock ClerkLifespan CorporationNewport, RIDuties require ability to read material requisitions and packing slips for a wide range of materi-als make arithmetic calculations and operate keyboard at computer terminal to record transactions. Full-time
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