• Screener- Registered Nurse (RN)

    Posted Date 3 days ago(1/16/2019 3:49 PM)
    Requisition ID
    # of Openings
    Area of Interest
    Elderwood Administrative Services
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Right Place, Right Care, Right Employer!


    Are you looking to be part of a superior team in a growing and dynamic healthcare organization? If so, this just might be the right opportunity for you!

    Established in 1978, Elderwood has grown to become the largest network of rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living and independent living communities in Western New York, with over 17 facilities and 4,000+ employees. Elderwood is well known to, and highly regarded by the communities that each location serves. As an Elderwood staff member, you’ll have all the tools, training and resources you need to succeed. We offer a variety of positions and plenty of opportunities for growth and advancement. We welcome you to join us, a company that cares about YOU!


    Our Excellent, Competitive Compensation, and a Full Benefit Package includes:

    • Up and Coming downtown location with FREE PARKING!
    • Competitive wages and opportunities for advancement
    • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    • Life insurance
    • 401(k) with matching
    • Paid Holidays
    • Generous Paid Time Off

    This is a M-F 8am to 4pm position!


    Elderwood Admissions Screeners establish a presence by representing Elderwood to all area hospital discharge planning teams for the purpose of screening, evaluating and recommending patients for long term or sub acute care at one of Elderwood's premier healthcare facilities.  Successful Screeners develop strong relationships with hospital personnel in an effort to sell Elderwood’s capabilities and build census within our various North Country facilities. Screeners may also screen potential applicants in other settings, including the home, for placement at Elderwood.



    • Long-Term Care and/or Hospital Discharge Planning experience required.
    • Strong clinical assessment skills and working knowledge of medical charts and terminology.
    • Strong relationship/customer service skills.
    • Ability to handle problems diplomatically, maintain flexibility and cooperate with other staff members.
    • Valid New York State Driver's License and clean driving record required with personal mode of transportation.
    • Must be energetic, enthusiastic and portray a positive attitude.


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