The Pulmonary Supervisor is responsible for the documentation of all mandatory associate requirements, in-service records, approval of CEU’s, JCAHO department preparedness, and the home care equipment process. Provides assistance in the day-to-day clinical operations centered on staffing to ensure patient care needs are met. The Supervisor is also responsible for management of the new associate orientation process, approving timesheets, TCFs, PDO, the annual associate competency program and patient education with pulmonary staff and nursing. The Supervisor is involved with the transition program to help reduce readmissions with COPD and Pneumonia which includes participating in the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program and Pulmonary Wellness.
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