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MUHA EA32 - Registered Nurse II Main Hospital
Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse II provides individualized, goal-directed patient care to families and patients at the competent level utilizing the principles and practices of the nursing process; delivers safe and effective care and interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired results.
UNIV - Research Specialist I - Otolaryngology Charleston, SC
The Cochlear Implant Quality of Life Research Program at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC is seeking a Research Coordinator to assist with ongoing research studies that are designed to understand the functional outcomes in patients that receive cochlear implants.
MUHA BA30 - Communications Specialist III - ART Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Ashley River Tower
The Communication Specialist III reports to the Communications Supervisor. Under general supervision, the Communication Specialist III performs shift activities required to ensure an integrated messaging system and quality Call Center and Help Desk customer service program. This role ensures a comprehensive and quality customer service program for clinical services and MUSC/MUHA’s consumers. This role triages patient calls in order to put them in contact with the appropriate office, answers questions, resolves issues and refers to appropriate clinical team. The Communications Specialist III works collaboratively with leaders on common integrated areas such as communication standards and security, patient safety, testing and change control.
UNIV- AFN Part Time Assistant Professor Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Division of Anesthesia for Nurses invites applicants for a PART time program faculty position. The role of the position will include implementation of the educational curriculum, facilitation of all aspects of student learning, and student advisement for achievement of educational goals. Faculty are also responsible for participating in Program, Department, College and University governance, and for contributing to scholarship and research in areas appropriate for their discipline of expertise, as commensurate with assigned duties.
MUHA DC35 - Director, Hospital Reimbursement Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Leads all governmental reimbursement and cost reporting functions for the Medical University Hospital Authority hospital and clinics (MUSC Health) to include all markets (Charleston, Florence, Chester and Lancaster). Directs various functions related to accounting for MUHA revenue cycle transactions, including monthly entries for contractual allowances. Serves as an internal consultant to MUHA leadership for reimbursement and Medicare/Medicaid regulatory matters.
UNIV - Student Services Program Coordinator II - Department of Health Professions Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Autonomously performs professional duties as student services coordinator for the Bachelor of Health Sciences Division and the Doctor of Health Administration Division within the College of Health Professions.
MUHA RN15 - Nursing Professional Development Generalist (Operating Room) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Under indirect supervision, the Nursing Professional Development Generalist collaborates and supports the Nursing Professional Development Specialist, clinical manager, and interprofessional team to implement, document, and modify evidence-based, quality, and educational programs and activities that promote professional competency and role performance for nursing and non-licensed staff.
MUHA RN14 - Nursing Professional Development Specialist Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Nursing Professional Development Specialist reports to the Director of Clinical Excellence Education. Under indirect supervision, the Nursing Professional Development Specialist consults with the Clinical Educator(s), Nursing leadership, ICCE, health system leadership and interprofessional team to lead, develop, implement, and evaluate evidence-based, quality and educational programs and activities that promote professional competency and role performance for nursing, interprofessional and non-licensed clinical staff.
MUHA RN15 - Nursing Professional Development Generalist (STICU & Burn Unit) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Under indirect supervision, the Nursing Professional Development Generalist collaborates and supports the Nursing Professional Development Specialist, clinical manager, and interprofessional team to implement, document, and modify evidence-based, quality, and educational programs and activities that promote professional competency and role performance for nursing and non-licensed staff.
MUHA RN15 - Nursing Professional Development Generalist (Pediatric ED, PICU, 7C and Pediatric Meducare) Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Under indirect supervision, the Nursing Professional Development Generalist collaborates and supports the Nursing Professional Development Specialist, clinical manager, and interprofessional team to implement, document, and modify evidence-based, quality, and educational programs and activities that promote professional competency and role performance for nursing and non-licensed staff.
MUHA EC07 - ED Technician II Main Hospital
The Emergency Department Technician II reports to the Nurse Manager. Under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse, the Emergency Department Technician II performs multi-skilled activities to support a decentralized patient-centered approach to patient care and achieve desired outcomes.
MUHA EB97 - Medication Access Specialist Charleston, SC
The Medication Access Specialist reports to the Ambulatory Clinical Coordinator. Under indirect supervision, the Medication Access Specialist for Pharmacy Services provides full patient support, technical support and precertification functions to support the patient and drug distribution activities for the Specialty Pharmacy services which is part of the Department of Pharmacy Services. This role is responsible for coordinating the patient through the full suite of Specialty Pharmacies services which can includes prior authorizations, patient assistant programs, refill management. This position acts as a liaison and navigator for the patient, the department and the sponsoring organizations.
MUHA EB31 - Pharmacy Coordinator II (Ambulatory Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
As a member of the Ambulatory and Specialty Pharmacy leadership team, this coordinator is responsible for assuring that the Ambulatory and Specialty Pharmacy Clinical Program is planned, organized, and delivered in a manner that meets the needs of MUSC patients, physicians, nurses, and staff. The coordinator champions inter-functional collaboration and communication across work areas and departments to support the ambulatory and specialty pharmacy practice. With the department director and other managers, he/she is responsible for the clinical pharmacy initiatives and services for the patients of the Ambulatory and Specialty Pharmacy Program. The coordinator has control over all of the human, financial, and informational resources allotted to his/her pharmacy cost center(s)
MUHA EB27 - Clinical Pharmacist Children's Hospital
Provides distributive and clinical pharmacy services to the inpatients and outpatients of the Medical University Hospitals and clinics including decentralized pharmaceutical support services at the patient care unit level; addresses the needs of nursing personnel regarding drug disposition and usage; counsels patients and health care professionals by providing general and patient specific drug information; ensures timely and medically appropriate dispensing of medication to patients for assigned units.
MUHA EC30 4200 - MRI Technologist Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Utilize all MRI resources to perform high quality MRI examinations on entire patient population (neonate through geriatrics) for interpretation by a physician.
MUHA EC30 4200 - MRI Technologist Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Utilize all MRI resources to perform high quality MRI examinations on entire patient population (neonate through geriatrics) for interpretation by a physician.
MUHA EC30 4200 - MRI Technologist (Day) (FT/1) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Utilize all MRI resources to perform high quality MRI examinations on entire patient population (neonate through geriatrics) for interpretation by a physician.
MUHA EC30 4100 - CT Technologist Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Utilize all CT resources to perform high quality CT examinations on entire patient population (neonate through geriatrics) for interpretation by a physician.
MUHA EC30 4100 - CT Technologist -Shawn Jenkins (4) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Utilize all CT resources to perform high quality CT examinations on entire patient population (neonate through geriatrics) for interpretation by a physician.
MUHA EC30 4100 - CT Technologist Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Utilize all CT resources to perform high quality CT examinations on entire patient population (neonate through geriatrics) for interpretation by a physician.

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