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Who are we?
Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) is a unique cross-border public health service and the largest regional health service between Sydney and Melbourne. We support an outer catchment population of 250,000 throughout North-East VIC and Southern NSW, with a dedicated team of over 2,600 staff. We are a dynamic organisation undergoing significant growth, with plans for new Emergency and Mental Health facilities underway.
Albury Wodonga Health has an exciting opportunity for a Health Information Manager to join our friendly and supportive Health Information Team with a focus on supporting our Mental Health services.
Primary responsibilities of this role include:
- Coordination of Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) VAED statutory extracts for mental health including data integrity, quality auditing, clinical coding, submission and reconciliation of data.
- Integration of mental health records into the AWH digital medical record.
What’s in it for you?
We have a friendly and supportive team of 10 HIMs/Clinical Coders and use the BOSSnet digital medical record which provides opportunities for flexibility in working from home.
AWH offers full orientation and training with the opportunity to be a part of an experienced, supportive and friendly team. AWH provides excellent staff benefits including - Salary packaging and novated leasing through Maxxia and employee assistance & wellbeing programs, including Fitness Passport.
- Beautiful regional location with free car parking
- Great work environment and team based culture
- Promotional opportunities and support for professional development
For more information about the position, please refer to the Position Description attached or contact the Manager listed below.
Wendy Sutcliffe Chief Health Information Manager, Wendy.Sutcliffe@awh.org.au or Ph: 0260 517659
Salary and conditions will be in accordance with the relevant state EBA or Award.
AWH is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and Social inclusion. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants may also be required to provide evidence of their immunisation status and flu vaccination.