Program Manager - Cumberland Pediatric Foundation (West Tennessee Region)
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Academic / Research
Internal Number: 2115459
Cumberland Pediatric Foundation
West Tennessee Region
Working with other team members to see that all individuals have the opportunity to attain their full health potential regardless of their racial and ethnic backgrounds. Working with other organizations to reach individuals in places where they live, learn, work, play, and worship to see they have the same opportunity for protection against COVID-19. Will be point person for community campaigns within Middle and East Tennessee.
Improve understanding of disproportionately affected populations with barriers to vaccination by use of data to identify communities with social high vulnerability, high COVID-19 case burden, and/or disproportionately low COVID-19 vaccination rates.
Leverage and support partnerships with local health department, immunization coalitions, and patient navigators to improve education and outreach to prioritized communities of focus. Leverage insights to support COVID-19 vaccination education, outreach, and/or administration.
Develop, cultivate, and/or strengthen community-based partnerships to reach disproportionately affected populations. These partnerships could be but not limited to places of worship, community-based organizations, recreation programs, food banks/pantries, schools and colleges/universities, grocery stores, salons/barbershops/beauticians, major employers, and other key community institutions.
Improve access to COVID-19 vaccines (expand and diversify opportunities for getting vaccinated). Vaccination sites should include, but not be limited to pharmacies, healthcare facilities, community-based sites, and mobile sites, and both large-scale vaccination sites and small or on- site pop-up vaccination sites. Ensure patient registration options do not require the internet or digital platforms (such as phone or in-person registration). Ensure registration is accessible to those with limited English proficiency or limited literacy. It should be made clear that registration does not require nonessential documentation, such as proof of citizenship, that is likely to deter individuals from immigrant communities from seeking vaccination.
The responsibilities listed are a general overview of the position and additional duties may be assigned.
The Cumberland Pediatric Foundation is a public, non-profit company organized exclusively for scientific, charitable and educational purposes to improve health care services for children. Our mission is to promote the health care of children by improving the quality, increasing the efficiency, and lowering the cost of the delivery of pediatric health care services.
Schedule can vary as some after-hours events are required
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