Found 0 Respiratory jobs at Johns Hopkins Medicine
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Respiratory Jobs at Johns Hopkins Medicine can include:
Pediatric Respiratory Therapist (RCP I) – Team members in these respiratory jobs evaluate and recommend appropriate treatment for cardiopulmonary compromised patients within the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and Inpatient Pediatric General Care Units.
Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) – Team members in these respiratory jobs are responsible for providing direct patient respiratory care treatments, and assisting in evaluating patients with respiratory illness.
Respiratory Team Leader – Team members in these respiratory jobs provide team leadership and core work integration and team building for the respiratory team.
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Behavioral Health Care Manager
The Behavioral Health Care Manager anticipates and coordinates care / services / health education for targeted member populations with chronic disease conditions or high cost …
Case Manager, Maternity
The Case Manager works under the guidance of the Program Manager and/or the program team lead to develop expected case management skills. He/ she anticipates …
Quality Improvement Coordinator I
Assists in the performance of Quality Improvement related duties, including research, customer service, member outreach, member complaints and grievances, medical record review, and creation and …