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Admissions: Responsible for coordinating new residents, the admissions coordinator oversees bed assignments and the completion of preliminary paperwork for entering patients. Admissions coordinators work closely with the nursing and accounting teams to ensure all patients are appropriately placed.
IT: The IT team processes and maintains the residents’ medical records and is responsible for managing information submitted by patients, doctors and health care specialists. Additionally, the IT team oversees the general maintenance and upkeep of all technology at the facility.
Finance: The finance coordinator meets with residents and families to discuss their financial obligations, gather and submit all necessary paperwork to Medicaid agencies and input census information into billing software. They also oversee the finances of the facility.
Sales and Marketing: With the goal of bringing in additional residents, the sales and marketing coordinator creates and executes strategic marketing plans, manages sales progressions, drives market awareness by coordinating and participating in community events and more.
HR and Staff Development: The human resources team is responsible for the planning, selection, training and compensation for all employees and handles all employee relations. The HR team is the go-to resource for any employee needs.
Support: Support worker duties vary each day but overlap into a variety of different areas of work. Support workers could help with meal preparation, administer medication, manage finances or help residents with shopping, doctors visits and meeting friends. They also provide general emotional assistance and support to residents.