Welcome to Lahey Health Continuing Care, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health. Our team provides ongoing care to individuals through our assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. Our teams of nurses, aides, food service, and environmental service employees work to create an environment that supports the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of our residents and patients, along with their families.
About the Job
Working with the Director of Resident Care, the Wellness Coordinator oversees Resident clinical management, personal care and education program participation in accordance with EOEA regulations as well as The Herrick House policies and procedures.
Must be able to perform these essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation by The Herrick House:
- Works as part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide care and services to Residents and families and support to staff.
- Must be proficient using PCC (Point Click Care) electronic system.
- Organizes Resident pre-move activities which include working with the Resident and/or family, their physician and any provider to obtain current history and physical, MD orders, advanced directives, insurance information, health care proxy documents, demographic sheet and medical clearance form.
- Develops the initial service plan for new Residents.
- Reviews Service Plans with Resident and family.
- Conducts 30 Day Meetings with Resident/family and multidisciplinary team.
- Does Service Plan reassessments every six months or with change in Resident condition.
- Oversees RCA documentation for all three shifts.
- Conducts quality assurance checks on timeliness of e-call responses.
- Facilitates daily update meetings on Spectrum Memory Care Residence.
- Integral member of the Quality Assurance process, assisting in audits, SAMM/RCA reviews every 6 months.
- Participates in fire and elopement drills routinely.
- Facilitates in-service programs.
- Conducts orientations and onboarding of new staff.
- Participates in bi-weekly Tracking Meeting.
- Maintains confidentiality of all Resident communications.
Must have a current Massachusetts LPN License
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