Mercy Medical Center Clinton Bus Driver- Villa Marie/ Marian Oakland in Villa Marie - Livonia, Michigan
As required to meet the various transportation needs of residents, provide and/or coordinate transportation for residents to and from appointments, recreational outings, and other outside activities in accordance with current, federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations governing our community.
Disclaimer: The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work assigned to this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the individual in this position. Other duties may be assigned as deemed necessary or appropriate by management.
Assist with transportation of residents in a company vehicle to and from appointments, shopping, etc.
Provide and maintain the daily appointment log to be used by resident when requesting transportation.
Provide and maintain weekly sign up sheets for regularly scheduled runs (i.e., grocery store, malls, etc.).
Coordinate van schedule by reviewing individual appointments on a daily basis, scheduling departure with residents.
Incorporate weekly runs into daily scheduled runs.
Coordinates information related to van schedule on an ongoing basis throughout the day with resident, facility staff, office staff, medical offices, etc.
Advises supervisor and nursing staff of residents who exhibit difficulty in handling transportation responsibilities.
Accept full responsibility for physical welfare of residents while utilizing van services.
Maintains a monthly transportation schedule with Activity Directors to provide transportation to various community functions.
Provide assistance to those residents with limited physical abilities (i.e., help into van, fold up walkers and wheelchairs, and load into van).
Responsible for preventative maintenance, refueling, and maintain overall cleanliness of the van on routine basis.
Maintains a log of van mileage on a daily basis.
Maintains a record of van usage, resident location, and individual destination.
Assist supervisor in planning, reviewing, and evaluating ways for improving the transportation system.
Coordinate appointment and transportation utilizing outside services as appropriate (wheelchair vans, ambulance, public transportation, etc.)
Coordinate staff to accompany residents needing assistance at doctor appointments or other appointments as required.
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