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Director of Perioperative Nursing Staff

American Surgery Center is growing! A unique opportunity exists to join our team as the Director of Perioperative Services in a multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center. We are seeking an individual who has proven leadership skills and is cable of providing direction to the nursing team and administrative oversight for the facility. This individual will ensure effective utilization of personnel, equipment, and supplies while focusing on the delivery of quality patient care.

We offer a highly competitive compensation package including medical/dental benefits, 401K, vacation/sick/personal paid time off and excellent quality of life schedule: Monday through Friday – no nights/weekends.

The Ideal Candidate Read Primary Responsibilities ▼

Medial Assistant (CHRIAS)
Available Full-time
The Medical Assistant completes both administrative and clinical tasks in order to provide excellent and compassionate care that result in an exemplary patient experience.

The Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting the provider with direct patient care and accurate recording of patient information following the established office processes. Additionally, the Medical Assistant fosters a compassionate relationship with their patients and manages an efficient office workflow.

Essential Job Functions: About CHRIAS
The Christiana Institute of Advanced Surgery (CHRIAS), a member of the United Medical family, is a premier surgical practice that specializes in providing advanced surgical services. The CHRIAS team attributes their excellent patient success to their surgical expertise and the multidisciplinary approach they have adopted in their patient care. VISIT: to apply. To learn more about the Christiana Institute of Advanced Surgery (CHRIAS), please visit:

Nurse Midwife
Interested candidates must be certified.*

Nurse Practitioner
Interested candidates must be certified.* Education Graduation requirement from
a Masters level, accredited Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner institution.

RN, Certified Diabetes Educator

United Medical Accountable Care Organization has a part-time position available in Delaware.

Responsibilities include: The desired candidate must have these skills:
Required experience:

R.N. Specialist

The scope of care involves caring for pre- and post-operative patients prior to discharge home. The nurse is accountable for a defined group of patients during the course of their stay. Surgical conditions include general surgery, ophthalmology, urologic, bariatric, podiatry, to name a few.

The right candidate will demonstrate technical and operational knowledge and is able to apply these skills in the clinical setting. The ability to collaborate with physicians and ancillary services; communicate effectively and provide patient/family teaching as appropriate. Analyzes and upgrades patient care through quality improvement activities. Strives to maintain clinical competencies through continuous study, in-services and participation in obtaining continuing education units.

Must have excellent clinical, interpersonal, and critical thinking skills. Must be flexible in hours of duty to help support the needs of the unit.

Minimum requirements:

Physician Assistant
Interested candidates must be certified.*
Ability to contribute to physician’s effectiveness by identifying short-term and long-range patient care issues that must be addressed; providing information and commentary pertinent to deliberations; recommending options and courses of action; implementing physician directives.

Sterile Processing Technician (ASC)
The Sterile Processing Technician is responsible for performing decontamination, cleaning, assembling, packaging, sterilization, storage, and distribution of re-usable surgical instruments and equipment.
About ASC
American Surgery Center (ASC), a member of the United Medical family, is a multi-specialty surgery center focused on providing quality outpatient and same-day surgery for a variety of specialties. We are now open 23 hours! To learn more about ASC, please visit:

Surgical Technician

The Surgical Technician is responsible for providing support to the surgeon during the operative procedure by passing instruments and maintaining the sterile field. The Surgical Technician may also work independently in CSR to decontaminate and reprocess instrumentation and equipment.
Required Education and Experience
Graduate from an accredited Surgical Technician School or Military Training
Job Type: Full-time

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