- Posted: over a month ago
JOB PURPOSE: The Transportation Specialist is responsible for transporting patients to/from facility in a company vehicle, staying with them and bringing them back. Transportation needs dependent upon supervisor.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Keep the vehicle neat and tidy
- Keep gas tank full with use of gas card.
- Be willing to work with other staff for the coordination of patient care
- Courteous and professional at all times.
- Other duties may be assigned.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Cleared by insurance.
- Motor vehicle check.
- Random drug screen.
Physical demands described are representative of those that must be routinely met by and employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essentials duties.
- Ability to lift minimum 25 pounds.
- Ability to perform job responsibilities in a facility with multiple levels and without elevator or mechanical transportation.
- Operates a computer and keyboard.
POSITION TYPE/EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:
This is a full-time position. Work hours will be scheduled to accommodate a 24/7 inpatient facility.
This job operates in an inpatient facility environment.
COVID-19 VACCINATION POLICY
- All employees and providers are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Those who are unvaccinated must receive their first dose of a multi-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (Pfizer or Moderna vaccines) or single-dose COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson vaccine) by January 27, 2022, and must be fully vaccinated by February 28, 2022. Those who receive their final vaccine dose but are not yet 14-days post-vaccination by February 28, 2022, will be considered compliant. However, if you are working in a hospital location that has set earlier deadlines for mandatory vaccination, you are required to comply with those deadlines.
- This requirement applies to all current and new staff regardless of clinical responsibility or patient contact, including facility employees; licensed practitioners; administrative, corporate, and billing personnel; students; trainees; volunteers; board members; and others providing services for the facility or its patients under contract or other arrangement (such as housekeeping and laboratory services).
- Although FDA approved and CDC recommended, an additional (third) or “booster dose” of the COVID-19 vaccine is not currently required in order for staff to be considered “fully vaccinated.”
- The CDC has emphasized that masks should still be worn in all healthcare settings. Staff, patients, residents, and visitors should continue to wear masks in all healthcare facilities, regardless of vaccination status. The only exception is if the employee is in an office, alone, or actively eating or drinking. Employees should not congregate in break rooms and should practice social distancing when possible.
- Fully vaccinated corporate office staff do not have to wear a mask. Unvaccinated corporate office staff must wear a mask at all times, even at cubicles, except when in an enclosed office, alone, or actively eating or drinking. Corporate employees should not congregate in break rooms and should practice social distancing when possible.
- COVID screenings (with temperature check) remain MANDATORY for all corporate office staff and to enter any outpatient facility and the Recovery Center. The Recovery Center should screen patients over the phone before picking up for transportation to the Center, and should conduct a temperature check of the patient in-person.
- Employees experiencing symptoms, regardless of vaccination status, should notify their supervisor when symptoms first start and get tested. Employees who fail to communicate a positive COVID-19 test will be subject to disciplinary action, including, up to, immediate termination.
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