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Labor and Delivery Waiting Room Greeter

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PositionsMany Remaining
Shared WithUniversity of Arkansas
Age Limit18 and up
Description

Responsible for greeting patients and visitors as they enter the Women’s Services Unit. Provide a favorable first impression to those entering the hospital. Have sufficient knowledge of organizational systems to resolve simple issues and problems raised by patients and visitors.  Informs patients and families about delays, keeps waiting area clean, escorts patients or visitors to their destination. This position also assembles charts, records unit and patient information and assists with projects initiated by the Coordinator, Manager and Director. This position spends about 50% of the time walking short distances and 50% sitting down. Interacts with patients and visitors as they leave the hospital, checking to see if there is any other information they need and if their questions were sufficiently answered.  Excellent customer service and communication skills required.

Requirements
Responsible for greeting patients and visitors as they enter the Women’s Services Unit. Provide a favorable first impression to those entering the hospital. Have sufficient knowledge of organizational systems to resolve simple issues and problems raised by patients and visitors. Informs patients and families about delays, keeps waiting area clean, escorts patients or visitors to their destination. This position also assembles charts, records unit and patient information and assists with projects initiated by the Coordinator, Manager and Director. This position spends about 50% of the time walking short distances and 50% sitting down. Interacts with patients and visitors as they leave the hospital, checking to see if there is any other information they need and if their questions were sufficiently answered. Excellent customer service and communication skills required.
Parking Detailsparking will be available near the entrance to the women's center at Washington Regional.
CausesHealth & Medicine Women
SkillsHealth Care Help w/People Office Work
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18 Positions Filled | 11 Impacts | 119 Hours

Location: 3215 N North Hiils Boulevard, Fayetteville, AR 72703

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Jimmie Beauchamp wrote on September 14th, 2015

Please go on line to our web site wregional.com. Go to the bottom of the home page and click on volunteer opportunities. On the left side of the page click on Washington Regional Medical Center and then click volunteer application & agreement.. This is a multi paged document. The last page lists the volunteer opportunities and the days and times associated with them. (for example- if you are interested in working in the surgery waiting room and the shift listed is 7 a.m. –Noon – you would be working that entire shift) Most of our shifts are 4-5 hours.
If you see opportunities that interest you, please complete the application and send it to me. My contact information is listed on the last page of the application. After receiving it, I will contact you to visit about your interests to see if they match up with our needs. If we find that we have an appropriate volunteer opportunity that meets your needs and ours, & you are willing to commit to two semesters of volunteering, I'll give you the form authorizing you to get your TB skin test, flu shot ( or provide documentation that you have had one) -applies only during flu season - and drug screen which is required before training can begin.
I'll look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for your interest.
Jimmie B. Beauchamp
Director of Volunteer Services
Washington Regional Medical Center
office - 479.463.1085
fax - 479.463.1565
jbeauchamp@wregional.com

Tulasi Choudary Papineni wrote on September 11th, 2015

Hi Jimmie,
This is Tulasi Choudary Papineni, student at University of Arkansas and I would be interested in volunteering at the hospital. My major at UofA is Master of Science in Operations Management. I am able to volunteer Tuesday-Friday. Could you please let me know if there is any hours availability to work.

Thanks,
Tulasi