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Admissions Specialist

  Pawnee County Memorial Hospital has an immediate position available for a full-time Admissions Specialist. This position serves as the first-point-of-contact for patients, family members and all others who require assistance from Pawnee County Memorial Hospital to begin and complete the admission process.  General clerical to include answering phones, processing payments, scanning and faxing.  Job . . .

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EMS Coordinator

Pawnee County Memorial Hospital has a position available for an EMS Coordinator. This position is responsible for coordinating EMS services including scheduling, training and record keeping along with responding to emergencies. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.      . Job Qualifications : High school diploma or GED required Advanced . . .

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Clinical Informatics

Pawnee County Memorial Hospital has an immediate full-time position that works part-time as Clinical Informatics and part-time Registered Nurse.  This position works collaboratively with users of clinical information systems and translates clinical functions into suitable computer applications.  Provides leadership, implementation, maintenance, upgrades, education of all departments, plus coordination, design and development . . .

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IT Specialist

Pawnee County Memorial Hospital has an immediate opening for an IT Specialist.  This position provides user desktop support, technical assistance to computer users and first response for Help Desk activities. Answer questions or resolve computer problems for team members in person, via telephone, or electronically.  The IT Specialist provides assistance concerning the use of computer hardware and software, including . . .

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Registered Nurse or LPN-C - Primarily Night Shift

  Pawnee County Memorial Hospital has a position available for a full-time or part-time Registered Nurse or LPN-C working primarily the night shift.  This position provides and performs oversight, delegation, and coordination of total nursing care with other health care providers to meet holistic care needs of patients. Our small-town atmosphere offers a professional environment in a critical access facility.  We . . .

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COVID Prevent/Treatment Update

By Dr. Kent Niss

  We all at Pawnee County Memorial Hospital and Rural Health Clinic (PCMH) are very thankful for the ability to care for our community and are grateful for the support you all have given us over these last two years during the COVID pandemic. We would like to give you an update on different treatment and prevention concepts that may benefit our community at large. The most effective and safe method for prevention of . . .

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Vaccine Mandates, Pandemics and War

By Dr. George Voigtlander

It was 1775, George Washington and the Continental Army were in a war of attrition with the mightiest military force in the world, the British Empire.  Washington knew he had to take bold steps to win this war. At this time smallpox was a lethal disease, killing both Continental and British soldiers.  Smallpox vaccination was crude and had a high rate of adverse effects including death.  General Washington . . .

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COVID 19 – Reflections, Moving to the Next Wave

By Kelly Findlay, Chief Nursing Officer

As we head into what appears to be the nation’s next wave of COVID 19 infection I turn and reflect on what healthcare has been through and where we expect it to go.  Since the beginning a lot of things have changed.  Some for the better and some for the worse.  Things that have been better:  Influenza cases were at an all-time low most likely related to increase in people getting the influenza vaccination, . . .

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Across The Wide Missouri

By Dr. George Voigtlander

There have been some disturbing new developments in the Covid pandemic.  In Missouri, just across the river from Southeast Nebraska, Covid cases and hospitalizations are increased, as are deaths.  While Covid cases and complications from the disease are down in many areas a “third wave” is washing over many others, those with low vaccination rates.    The new variant, the Delta, first found . . .

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