Pine Creek Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer.
At Pine Creek Medical Center, competitive benefits for full-time employees include:
- Immediate eligibility of Medical/Dental/Vision benefits
- 401k Retirement Plan with immediate vesting of matching contributions (also available to PRN and PT employees)
- 3 weeks of Paid Time Off (increases after 1 year)
- Up to 10 free telephonic consultations with a physician
- Employee Assistance Program, including five free counseling sessions
- More voluntary benefits!
- Maintains patient flow, achieves production goals, and conforms to established protocols and procedures.
- Independently operates imaging equipment such as computed radiography (CR), fluoroscopy, computerized axial tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS).
- Evaluates accuracy and quality of images prior to sending to PACS.
- Follows radiation safety measures to ensure safety of patients and staff and compliance with governmental regulatory requirements.
- Stays informed of new medical imaging equipment and standards of patient care.
- Reviews current literature and attends meetings and seminars to keep informed of new developments in the field.
- Provides patient education for diagnostic testing.
- Assures diagnostic testing reports are available to medical staff.
- Wears personal protective equipment which includes apron, thyroid shield, and film badge.
- Stocks rooms with supplies and linen and maintains refrigerator, freezer, and contrast warmer logs.
- Trains newly hired technologist in the operation of job specific radiology equipment, in maintaining proper patient flow, and in following protocols and procedures.
- Regular predictable attendance is required.
Must be able to independently operate MRI GE Signa LX 9.1
Minimum 2 years experience
Interested candidates may email resume to
Work Hours: 12 hour shifts both AM & PM available (6:45AM-7:15PM; 6:45PM-7:15AM)
Qualifications: Current Texas LVN License in good standing, 2 Years Med/Surg/Orthopedics experience.
Supports pharmacological services by stocking, assembling, and distributing medications
- Provide assistance with the order entry, preparation, and distribution of drug products under the supervision of a registered pharmacist.
- Maintain appropriate inventory of drug and supplies.
- Maintain crash carts, anesthesia trays, and enter all patient charges using Meditech.
- Provide excellent customer service to nurses and other departments.
- Compound IV admixtures as necessary.
- Assist pharmacist in any other day to day functions required to meet patient needs.
- Certified by PTCB and registered with Texas State Board of Pharmacy.
- Be able to show a proven track record of strong hospital experience.
- Possess excellent customer service; communication skills and interpersonal skills.
- Have a strong desire to learn and grow.
- Enjoys being a team player.
- Possesses knowledge of pharmacies and/or computer systems.
- Understand that “Patient Care is our Bottom Line”.
- Be detail oriented and diligent.
- Proven IV skills, preferred.
- Skilled Data Entry, a plus.
- Omnicell or other automated dispensing exposure, a plus.
- Inpatient experience, a plus.
We are seeking qualified, motivated, detail-oriented Registered Nurses who provide compassionate care to patients.
Work Hours: Full-Time Day positions Monday-Friday available with variable shifts.
Qualifications: Minimum 5 years’ experience in an acute care hospital. Minimum 2 years’ experience in PACU (will consider SICU experience). Must be willing to function in both Pre-Op/PACU.
The Lead Radiologic Technologist will coordinate the daily activities of the Radiology department and assume the duties of the Director in his/her absence. The lead radiology technologist will also be expected to perform all required duties/activities of the radiology department as needed.
- Must be multi-modality with MRI and CT experience
- Comfortable in OR environment operating C-ARM
- Minimum of 2 years experience
- ARRT® with registry in CT and/or MRI
Maintains a clean and safe environment for patients, staff, and visitors.
- Provides both general and terminal cleaning duties, i.e. dusting, sweeping, mopping. Collects and disposes waste and medical waste, washes walls, windows, doors, beds, mattresses, etc. per operating room protocol and in compliance with OSHA guidelines and infection control standards.
- Provides linen distribution, collection, and linen changes as required.
- Moves beds, equipment, chairs, tables, etc. as appropriate.
- Assists in set-ups and break down of operating rooms as appropriate for procedure.
- Keeps operating rooms and related areas in a clean orderly manner.
- Corresponds with materials management department to help maintain stock par levels.
- Assist in cost control including linen, supplies, chemicals, and medical waste.
- Assists in transporting, transferring, and positioning of patients as needed..
- Disinfects and sterilizes medical equipment and supplies as required.
- Follows isolation and infection control policies and procedures.
- Keeps utility rooms, storage rooms, and janitor closets in a clean, safe, orderly condition at all times.
Work Hours: 9:00am-5:30pm (Monday-Friday)
- clinical experienced required.
- operating room clinical experience preferred.
Director of Quality is responsible for the quality-related functions, including education, performance improvement, survey readiness, patient safety, case management, utilization management, infection control, and employee health.
Work Hours: Monday-Friday
- Licensed RN in the State of Texas.
- Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
- Five years hospital experience and at least 2 years in Quality preferred.
- Prior experience with TJC, State and CMS surveys.
- BLS training required.
- Maintains professional competence through seminars, conferences, and membership in professional organizations. Attends at least 16 hours infection control continuing education every 2 years.
- CPHQ, CMSA or CCMC preferred, but not required.
- Certified Infection Control preferred (e.g., CIC).
Assists physicians and nurses in various medical and technical procedures. These functions must be in compliance with the philosophy of Pine Creek Hospital, standards of practice and regulations of governing agencies.
Work Hours: Monday-Friday
Qualifications: Current BLS training (at date of hire) & current Surgical Technologist certification; Minimum 2 years experience; spine and ortho experience preferred.
Work Hours: 6 AM -2: 30 PM & 3PM- 11:30 PM, 11AM-7:30 PM & Flexible, Monday-Friday
- Current RN license in the State of Texas.
- Minimum of 2 years OR experience as an RN.
- Must have current BLS training at date of hire; ACLS training to be completed within 3 months of date of hire; and PALS training to be completed within 6 months of date of hire.
Work Hours: 7am-7pm (FT/PRN), 7pm-7am (Relief Team Lead/FT/PRN)
- BLS required; ACLS (or within 3 months of date of hire) and PALS (or within 6 months of date of hire).
- A minimum of 2 years experience preferred.
- Orthopedic experience preferred, but not necessary.
The OR Sterile Processing Tech requires experience with surgical instruments, and experience in a healthcare setting. Must know the proper care, maintenance and sterilization methods for various instrumentation, equipment, and supplies used in the OR and other patient care areas.
- Must have high school diploma or GED equivalent
- At least 1 year experience in hospital setting
- Certification Preferred
Work Hours: Vary Monday-Friday.
Assists Credentialing Coordinator with all activities associated with the credentialing and privileging functions for Pine Creek Medical Center and other entities as required. Assists the Credentialing Coordinator to assure timely verification of all applications. Maintains compliance with all Joint Commission, state and federal regulations and payor requirements.
Work Hours: Monday-Friday (25 hours/week)
High School Diploma or equivalent, previous experience in medical staff services, knowledge of spreadsheet software, medical terminology, excellent communication skills
At least 2 years related medical staff services, ability to multitask, being accurate and having an eye for details, knowledge of internet and database software. Advanced computer skills preferred.
Provides management with financial information by researching and analyzing accounts; preparing financial statements.
- Maintains and balances an automated consolidation system by inputting data; scheduling required jobs; verifying data.
- Analyzes information and options by developing spreadsheet reports; verifying information.
- Prepares general ledger entries by maintaining records and files; reconciling accounts.
- Prepares payments by accruing expenses; assigning account numbers; requesting disbursements; reconciling accounts.
- Develops and implements accounting procedures by analyzing current procedures; recommending changes.
- Answers accounting and financial questions by researching and interpreting data.
- Provides accounting support for mergers and acquisitions by reviewing financial information; converting data to general ledger system; obtaining supplementary information for preparing financial statements.
- Protects organization’s value by keeping information confidential.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
- Accomplishes accounting and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
- Process Bi-weekly payroll.
- Enter, analyze and pay accounts payable invoices.
- Bachelor Degree Preferred or 4 years Staff Accountant experience.
- 4 year related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Accounts Payable and Payroll experience preferred.
- Microsoft Excel Proficient.
- Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form.
- Hospital experience preferred.