Provide quality testing in the Core Lab (Haematology, Chemistry, Immunohaematology) by observing the highest standards according to established policies, processes and procedures.
The Clinical Resource Leader (CRL) is responsible for ensuring that patient care and services are delivered in accordance with the Hospital’s vision and strategic goals and quality outcomes. The CRL advances professional practice and clinical care excell ence through the design and implementation of educational programs and clinical processes that enable staff to deliver safe, excellent patient and family centered care. The CRL provides leadership with the Manager to ensure patient and staff safety pract ices are maintained, engages staff in the use of evidence-based best practice, and…
Provide quality testing in the Laboratory (Immunohaematology, Chemistry, and Haematology) by observing the highest standards according to established policies, processes and procedures.
Provide quality testing in the Core Lab (Chemistry, Haematology, Immunohaematology) by observing the highest standards according to established policies, processes and procedures.
- Provides quality laboratory testing in Cytology by observing the highest standards of accuracy, efficiency and safety according to established procedures and policies (IQMH Standards). - Maintains open lines of communication with the Sr. MLT Cytolog y and the Director/Manager of Lab Medicine, staff in other lab areas and nursing areas.
Temporary Casual Part-time
Responsible and accountable to the Manager of Professional Practice for the provision of patient care, coordination of service delivery, education, professional/program development and quality assurance duties.
Responsible and accountable to the Manager, Interprofessional Practice for the provision of advanced respiratory care as established by the College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario and the standards of respiratory care of this Hospital. You will be g iven the opportunity to provide excellent care in an interdisciplinary team setting.
As a member of the department of pharmacy team, you are responsible for the day to day activities related to the responsible provision of medication therapy management including provision of pharmaceutical care, teaching professional students and staff, supervision of technical personnel and distribution activities.
The Nurse Practitioner (DAP)/Inpatient Surgery is a new role in advanced practice designed to contribute to the quality of patient care through practice, research and education. The Nurse Practitioner in this role is an autonomous health professional wit h advanced education and provides essential health services grounded in professional, ethical, and legal standards. The Nurse Practitioner for the DAP/Inpatient Surgery integrates in-depth knowledge of advanced nursing practice and theory, health managem ent, health promotion, disease/injury prevention, and other relevant biomedical and…
Responsible and accountable to the Manager of Interprofessional Practice. Primarily responsible for the provision of patient care to children with communication disorders in the Thorncliffe community.