Mission and Vision
As the regional leader in advanced medical care, we take our responsibilities seriously. Our vision and
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"Lockeport Medical Center
Mission and Vision
As the regional leader in advanced medical care, we take our responsibilities seriously. Our vision and
core values help guide us as we work to help and heal each patient in our care. We provide the
community quality health care services through the compassionate hands of well-trained staff, in a
technologically advanced, cost-effective manner.
Our Mission: To improve the health of the people of the state and surrounding region.
Serve people as a not-for-profit health system governed by a voluntary community board.
Ensure sustainability through stewardship of the community's assets.
Provide quality services in a compassionate and cost-effective manner.
Collaborate in order to improve access across the entire continuum of care.
Promote wellness and health to benefit the community.
2020 Vision
A regional diversified health system providing superior care and service to patients and their families
through a full continuum of integrated services, education, and research.
Major Strategies: ""DEEDS
Develop people
Excel in patient quality and safety
Enhance operational and financial performance
Develop the health system
Strengthen key relationships
Our MERIT Values
Five core values: Mercy, Excellence, Respect, Integrity and Trust/Teamwork. These values form the
foundation for our culture at Lockeport Medical Center.
Mercy
Excellence
Respect
Integrity
Trust/Teamwork
We work to create a caring and compassionate environment responsive to
the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of all persons.
We strive to meet or exceed patient/customer needs and expectations and
work as a team to improve every aspect of care and service in our
organization.
We value the innate dignity of all persons, respect their uniqueness and
diversity, and enable the development of each one's full potential.
We are consistently open, honest, and ethical, as the ideal means to protect
overall safety and ensure confidentiality and privacy.
We say what we mean and do what we say. There is open and honest
communication with patients and among staff. We recognize everyones
contributions for the benefit of the patient. We strive to enhance the health of
the communities we serve, and work in cooperation with other organizations
to protect our vulnerable populations throughout the region.
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Job Description
Position Title: Surgery Schedule Coordinator
Department: Operating Room
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Position Summary
Uses clinical and management processes to plan, organize, staff, direct, and evaluate patient care
services, uses available resources to meet MD/customer needs. The surgery schedule coordinator uses
knowledge of interactive management and humanistic values in creating an environment conducive to
meeting needs. Role reflects a balance between management and clinical practice. Serves a population
from neonates to geriatrics.
Essential Job Functions
Customer Service
Maintains/demonstrates clinical expertise.
Practice in the clinical areas reflects current standards of practice, hospital values, and legal
standards.
Develops/maintains positive collaborative working relationship with physicians.
Participates in the development, interpretation, communication, and implementation of new
standards, policies, and procedures.
Uses effective interpersonal/communication skills with individuals/groups to achieve positive
outcomes.
Ensures continuance of unit-based performance improvement initiatives.
Supports/participates in hospital quality initiatives. Recognizes/investigates/defines quality and
service issues and ensures corrective action/resolution.
Consistently contributes to the positive working environment and acts in a manner congruent with the
mission and philosophy of the hospital.
Personnel Management
Practices interactive management techniques to strengthen the autonomy of staff. Serves as a role
model.
Facilitates staff involvement in unit performance improvement initiatives to develop/improve patient
outcomes/standards.
Able to achieve positive conflict resolution.
Participates in recruitment/retention activities on both a formal and informal basis for all levels of staff.
Acts to minimize vacancies and turnovers.
Engages in ongoing self-evaluation of competency, leadership skills, decision-making abilities, and
professional judgment. Uses feedback for learning/growth.
Fiscal Performance/Productivity
Assures availability, readiness, safety, and cost-effective use of equipment and supplies.
Makes weekly staff assignments.
Organizes and coordinates effective use of supplies, equipment, and time.
Personnel are scheduled/utilized/adjusted based on competency, changing environment/needs, and
cost effectiveness. Responds appropriately to variances (assignments, budget, and skill mix).
Manages own time. Able to prioritize and organize needs/demands. Delegates appropriately and
effectively. Accountable for deadlines.
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Participates in budget development/management. Action plans developed/implemented to decrease
costs/use of supplies and improve utilization.
Goals
Set yearly on evaluation.
Machines, Tools, Equipment, and Work Orders (Required to Operate)
Clinical equipment, computer, printer, and copier.
Prerequisite Preparation
Education/Professional Qualifications
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
Current state nursing license
B.S. in nursing preferred
CNOR certification preferred
Experience
Five years experience with progressive responsibility within an operating room setting.
Worker Traits
Personal Traits and Qualities
Demonstrates personal traits/behaviors consistent with the core values of the hospital. Must be selfdirected/self-motivated, must have good communication and interpersonal skills, must be flexible, must
have good critical thinking/decision making skills and must have good understanding of systems and
change processes. Must be able to: perform a variety of duties often changing from one task to another of
a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure, accept responsibility for the direction, control
and planning of an activity, make evaluations and decisions based on measurable or verifiable criteria
work independently, recognize the rights and responsibilities of patient confidentiality, convey empathy
and compassion to those experiencing pain, physical or emotional distress, and /or grief, relate to others
in a manner that creates a sense of teamwork and cooperation, communicate effectively with people from
every socioeconomic, cultural, and educational background, exhibit flexibility and cope effectively in an
ever-changing, fast-paced healthcare environment, perform effectively when confronted with emergency
critical, unusual and/or dangerous situations, demonstrate the quality work ethic of doing the right thing
the right way, and maintain a customer focus and strive to satisfy the customers perceived needs.
Working Conditions
Primarily inside environment protected from the weather but not necessarily temperature changes.
Subject to exposure to combative patients, possible hazardous materials/conditions/equipment, infection
and, contagious diseases on the unit. Variable noise levels and frequent viewing of a video display
terminal. Also subject to a rapid pace, multiple stimuli, unpredictable environment, and critical situations.
Physical Demands
Must be able to: perceive the nature of sounds by the ear, express or exchange ideas by means of the
spoken word, perceive characteristics of objects through the eyes, extend arms and hands in any
direction, seize, hold, grasp, turn or otherwise work with the hands, pick, pinch, or otherwise work with the
fingers, perceive such attributes of objects or materials as size, shape, temperature, or texture, and stoop
kneel, crouch, and crawl. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. with frequent lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling of
objects. Continuous walking and standing required. Must be able to identify, match, and distinguish
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colors. Must be physically able to comply with universal precautions and specific job duties in the
operating room.
Responsibility for Errors and Losses
High level of responsibility and accountability for coordination of patient flow and patient care within the
operating room with a high level of responsibility for customer service behaviors, both from self and staff.
Job Relationships
Supervisor: Operating Room Nurse Manager
Subordinates (employees reporting to this position): None
Promotion from: Staff Nurse
Supervises: Operating Room staff nurses, operating room technicians, and operating room orderly
Job Requirements Matrix
Specific
Tasks
Task Dimensions
Importance (Percent
of time spent)
KSAO Definition
Importance of KSAO
to Tasks
Write a 5- to 8-page paper that includes the following
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A job analysis, including a copy of the job requirements matrix and an indication
of the five most important KSAOs (knowledge, skills, abilities, and other requirements)
Recruitment strategies, including a rationale for the use of two or more sources
or methods of recruitment
Two or more selection tools, with an explanation of how each tool is aligned with
one or more KSAOs and how responses would be evaluated. Be sure to include
the interview questions you have developed for the Video Application.
An evaluation plan that includes the use of metrics to assess recruitment efforts
Your written assignments must follow APA guidelines. Be sure to support your work with
specific citations from this weeks Learning Resources and additional scholarly sources
as appropriate. Refer to the Essential Guide to APA Style for Walden Students to ensure your in-text citations and reference list are correct."

 

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