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Coordinating Nurse – Puerto Rico

Job Order ID 3231
Province/State Puerto Rico
City San Jaun

Employment Type Permanent
Posted Date 7/11/2019

Brief Description

Executive Alliance is seeking a Coordinating Nurse for a client in San Juan, Puerto Rico to join a global healthcare organization.
Position Summary:
The position is full-time and the client is looking to hold an on-site interview in mid-July 2019. Day Shift and Night Shifts available. 12-hour and 10-hour shifts. Rotation of shifts is based on the needs of the assistance center.
The overall purpose of the job is to be responsible for the delivery of professional and effective medical assistance services for all clients of the organization to the highest standards of excellence in conjunction with the Regional Medical Director, coordinating doctors and nurses.

Medical Assistance Responsibilities
Responsibility for medical due diligence and case direction with respect to designated medical assistance cases on all transmissions.
Responsibility for designated ongoing medical related tasks required on all medical assistance cases and on all transmissions.
Assess each designated case with respect to its medical elements and provide direction in order to facilitate medical due diligence and render the appropriate assistance.
Provision of assistance with referrals and retrospective claims assessments as required.
Responsibility for ensuring that there is an appropriate medical handover of cases at the beginning/ end of each shift.
Assist with clear case direction during the daily Alarm Center transmission handover process.
Help determine the medical frequency/intensity of medical contacts with treating Doctors, Clients, patients, and their family members as appropriate.
Assist with the planning and progress of medical hospitalization cases.
Oversee the planning and progress of operational issues relating to medical case management.


Receive and assess relevant medically related calls received from clients. Collect logistical, medical and collateral histories pertaining to the medical event/incident.
Provide telephone medical assessment of designated patients in all parts of the world, assess and monitor the appropriateness of the treatment where they are located in conjunction with the Regional Medical Director and Coordinating Doctors.
Give advice to callers, relatives, employers, employees, insurance companies and other clients within scope of practice.
Organize and supervise appropriate medical assistance for designated Intl. SOS clients. This includes obtaining medical reports, organizing referrals, monitoring the patient’s conditions, recommending appropriate means of medical transportation, and monitoring the progress of such.
Obtain medical reports from treating medical staff to ascertain the suitability of patient’s treatment, monitor medical care and co-ordinate the patient’s needs for transport as appropriate.
Assist in providing medical referrals in the regions covered and/or serviced by the Alarm Center.
Conduct intermittent site surveys (review of medical facilities) to add to our network of medical providers as appropriate and available.
Partake in the further development and enhancement of Intl. SOS medical and logistic capabilities.

Company Benefits:

Competitive salary
Flexible working hours
There are many opportunities for travel, not required
An opportunity to work in a positive working environment with enthusiastic colleagues

Requirement Note

United States Registered Nurse licensure (current)
Bachelor of Science Degree (preferred)
Three to five years of recent inpatient clinical experience
BCSL certification (current)
ACLS certification (current)
Proficiency in Word, typing, computer, and communication skills
Excellent Communication skills
Fluency and bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred, not required

Please include a resume when applying
All inquiries strictly confidential

Contact Details:
Jay Movalia