Director of Student Health

Job Locations US-CA-Vallejo
Requisition ID
2021-7265
Position Type
Full-Time
Schedule Shift
Days
Hours Per Week
38
Travel
None
Category
Student Services
FLSA Status
Exempt

Overview

Within the guidelines of Touro University’s Standardized Procedures Agreement, and under the direction and supervision of the Medical Director, the Student Health Center Director is the primary point of patient contact and treatment for the Touro University student body. The Director of the Student Health Center directly reports to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs.

The Director of the Student Health Center works collaboratively with faculty and staff in academic programs to ensure timely, accurate documentation in student health records of history and physicals, drug screening, immunizations, and certifications needed for clinical learning placements. In addition to providing direct patient care to TUC students, the Director supervises twoMedical Assistants and is part of a student affairs staff that includes Student CounselingServices and Academic Support Services.

The Director is results oriented, organized, and gives attention to detail. The position requires effective organizational, managerial, and interpersonal skills. The Director must be a self-starter. The Director must have clinical practice expertise. The Director should meet Touro University California Credentialing Criteria. The Director must enjoy a fast-paced flexible environment with focus on high quality individual and group interactions, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and demonstrate presentation skills.

 

Responsibilities

• Provide supervision, oversight and support to the Touro University California Student Health Center.
• Primary clinician for the Student Health Center.
• Work in collaboration with mental health clinicians as part of a comprehensive student healthcare team.
• Work with college and program representatives and the Performance Improvement Committee (PIC) Committee in developing health and immunization requirements for students.
• Collaborates with colleges and programs to organize and conduct student health screenings, drug screens and immunizations clinics.
• Identify and collaborate with key personnel to ensure programs, resources, and services are prioritized and designed appropriately to meet Student Health and immunization tracking needs.
• Maintain a comprehensive Student Health and immunization data base for over 1,000 students.
• Track student compliance with professional health and immunization requirements per their college requirements. Notify academic programs of student compliance and non-compliance determinations. Alert students and their programs when renewals are indicated.
• Participate in all program orientations to ensure incoming health requirements are achieved prior to matriculation at Touro University California and that the student is aware of services provided by Student Health Center.
• Work with clinical Education Coordinators in colleges to ensure compliance with immunizations required for student clinical experiences.
• Insure that Student Health Center Services and student medical records are compliant with HIPPA and FERPA mandates.
• Design, provide, and evaluate health promotion and risk reductions services for Touro University California students.
• Track appointment statistics and other statistics as appropriate.
• Review and develop evidence based policies and procedures for Student Health Center, and staff.
• Participate in assessment of Student Health Center services, and quality improvement efforts.
• Assist Student Health Center staff to locate and attend appropriate continuing educations experiences.
• Engage in university service through participation in committees and events such as:
 Performance Improvement Committee (PIC)
 Emergency Organization Group (EOG)
 Safety Committee
 Student Affairs meetings
 ISLO meetings
 WASC review process
 Clery quarterly meetings
 Student Affairs Orientation meetings
 Student Affairs Commencement meetings

Periodic Tasks:
• Participate in university major events such as, but not limited to, new student orientation, white coat ceremony, commencement, programmatic rotation orientations, various programmatic events relevant to student health needs.
• Participate in university committee service


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Student Health Center Medical Assistants

Qualifications

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP):
• Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. (Active)
• Certification by ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center, Active)
• Current California Board of Nursing License.
• Masters in Adult Health Nursing: Focus in Nursing Administration and Nursing Education with Staff Development preferred
• Current California Nurse Practitioner Furnishing license.
• Post Masters Certificate as Family Nurse Practitioner.
• Graduation from an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program.

Physician Assistant (PA):
• Current Certification by the National Commission on the Certification of the Physician Assistant (NCCPA).
• Graduation from an accredited Physician Assistant Program.
• Current California PA License.

Other Qualifiers:
• Current DEA License. (Registered for 2, 2N, 3, 3N, 4,5.)
• Current NPI number.
• Current BLS Certification
• 5 to 10 years plus experience in Family Practice setting as FNP or PA..
• History of past experience of staff management.
• Ability to implement successful practices in front and back office management and staff professional development.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• High level of conceptual and organization s skills; must be detail-orientated and accurate.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES: identify the behavior an employee is expected to demonstrate.
• Mid-level healthcare professionals will deliver unbiased and professional service, in keeping with the educational mission of the institution, current standard of care and within the scope of practice of the office in which they work.
• Possess in-depth knowledge out-patient office practice and experience with management and supervision of ancillary healthcare staff.
• Ability to create and maintain collaborative and productive work relationships
• Ability to implement successful practices in front and back office management and staff professional development.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• High level of conceptual and organizational skills; must be detail-oriented and accurate
• Ability to provide innovative healthcare services directly to graduate students
• Proficient with various computer office applications and programs.
• Demonstrated experience working independently on complex, ongoing projects with minimal supervision.

Maximum Salary

USD $114,444.00/Yr.

Minimum Salary

USD $91,555.00/Yr.

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