Will serves as liaison between patients, families/visitors, and the hospital, as a patient advocate. Provides channel for communication through which patients and their families can received assistance with problems, concerns and special needs.
Full time; day shift
Must have bachelors degree in related field. Must have the ability to comprehend and be a good listener. Bi-lingual Chinese (English/Cantonese and/or Mandarin) preferred.
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Alhambra Hospital Medical Center, the first solely Chinese-owned hospital in Southern California, is a 144-bed general acute care hospital. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
The hospital is conveniently located in the business district of the City of Alhambra in Los Angeles County, about 3 miles from downtown Los Angeles. The six-story building sits on a spacious 5.5 acres, with a 20,000 square foot adjacent lot for future expansion.
The Hospital was originally established in 1924 and moved to its current location in 1974. Prior to being sold to a Taiwanese philanthropist, Mr. Wang, in 1991, it was owned by the City of Alhambra and operated by a non-profit corporation. Since the sale of the Hospital in 1991, the Hospital has remained as a for-profit, privately owned facility. In 1998, due to the expansion of his business ventures in Taiwan, which required much of his time, Mr. Wang decided to sell the Hospital to AHMC, Inc. Due to the change in ownership, the hospital's name was changed to Alhambra Hospital Medical Center.
Alhambra Hospital Medical Center presently employs over 600 employees, each of whom is committed to providing the highest quality, personalized medical care to the community. Since the Los Angeles area has a diversified ethnic population consisting of Caucasians, Asians, Hispanics and Blacks, the hospital's operational mission is aimed at serving the different needs of each individual ethnic group.