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Patient Safety Authority
333 Market Street
Lobby Level
Harrisburg, PA 17120


Phone: 717-346-0469
Fax: 717-346-1090


 
 
Job Openings
 

Infection Prevention Analyst in Western Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority is seeking a full-time Infection Prevention Analyst to become a member of our team in Western Pennsylvania. The Infection Prevention Analyst will assist the Authority with improvement of patient safety in Pennsylvania by; working with Pennsylvania facilities to deliver and implement best practices, monitor and analyze infection related data, write articles, develop and manage infection related collaborations, and develop educational content for statewide programs. Candidates should have a minimum of 10 years of experience in infection control in acute and/or long-term care. Current Certification in Infection Control (CIC) preferred.

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority is an independent state agency established under Act 13 of 2002, the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (MCare) Act. It is charged with taking steps to reduce and eliminate medical errors through the collection of data, identification of problems, and recommendation of solutions that promote patient safety in hospitals, ambulatory surgical facilities (ASFs), birthing centers and abortion facilities. In June 2009, the Authority began collecting infection reports from nursing homes. The Authority’s role is non-regulatory and non-punitive.

The Patient Safety Authority is an equal-opportunity employer. Benefits include but not limited to healthcare, life insurance, paid leave time, paid holidays, pension, etc.

If you wish to apply, please send or email (shmixell@pa.gov) a resume to the attention of Director of Collaborative Programs, Patient Safety Authority, 333 Market Street, Lobby Level, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Please contact us via phone 717-346-0469, if you have questions regarding the position. Click here for full access to the Infection Prevention Analyst job description.

Patient Safety Liaison – Delaware Valley South Region

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority, located in Harrisburg, PA, is seeking a full-time Patient Safety Liaison to become a member of our team. The Patient Safety Liaison will assist the Authority with improvement of patient safety in Pennsylvania by; working with Pennsylvania facilities to deliver and implement best practices, monitoring and analyzing patient safety data, coordinating, planning and delivering educational events at the facility, regional and statewide level, and working with the collaborative team on regional and statewide collaborations. Candidates should have a minimum of five years of patient safety experience in an acute healthcare setting. Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS) certification is preferred.

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority is an independent state agency established under Act 13 of 2002, the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (MCARE) Act. It is charged with taking steps to reduce and eliminate medical errors through the collection of data, identification of problems, and recommendation of solutions that promote patient safety in hospitals, ambulatory surgical facilities (ASFs), birthing centers and abortion facilities. In June 2009, the Authority began collecting infection reports from nursing homes. The Authority’s role is non-regulatory and non-punitive.

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority is an equal-opportunity employer. Benefits include but are not limited to healthcare, life insurance, paid leave time, paid holidays, pension, etc.

If you wish to apply, please send or email (shmixell@pa.gov) a resume to the attention of HR Office Manager, Patient Safety Authority, 333 Market Street, Lobby Level, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Please feel free to contact us via phone 717-346-0469, if you have questions regarding the position.

Patient Safety Liaison – South Central Region

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority, located in Harrisburg, PA, is seeking a full-time Patient Safety Liaison to become a member of our team. The Patient Safety Liaison will assist the Authority with improvement of patient safety in Pennsylvania by; working with Pennsylvania facilities to deliver and implement best practices, monitoring and analyzing patient safety data, coordinating, planning and delivering educational events at the facility, regional and statewide level, and working with the collaborative team on regional and statewide collaborations. Candidates should have a minimum of five years of patient safety experience in an acute healthcare setting.  Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS) certification is preferred.

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority is an independent state agency established under Act 13 of 2002, the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (MCARE) Act. It is charged with taking steps to reduce and eliminate medical errors through the collection of data, identification of problems, and recommendation of solutions that promote patient safety in hospitals, ambulatory surgical facilities (ASFs), birthing centers and abortion facilities. In June 2009, the Authority began collecting infection reports from nursing homes. The Authority’s role is non-regulatory and non-punitive.

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority is an equal-opportunity employer. Benefits include but are not limited to healthcare, life insurance, paid leave time, paid holidays, pension, etc.

If you wish to apply, please send or email (shmixell@pa.gov) a resume to the attention of HR Office Manager, Patient Safety Authority, 333 Market Street, Lobby Level, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Please feel free to contact us via phone 717-346-0469, if you have questions regarding the position.

 

 
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