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The Site Access Coordinator is responsible for managing the effective utilization of hospital resources by coordinating the efficient and timely patient placement and bed utilization on site and at designated Fraser Health (FH) acute sites in collaboration with the Patient Transfer Network (PTN); implements appropriate policies and procedures and provide guidance to health care teams regarding patient access and community transitions.
During afterhours, coordinates and monitors patient services by providing guidance and direction for quality patient care and effective resource management when the service/network leaders are unavailable. Coordinates staffing requirements, supervises staff, adjusts assignments, identifies patient care issues and determines solutions. Represents management in dealing with issues pertaining to patients, families or community partners.
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