Patient Care Coordinators assess, plan, and advocate for the patients’ health needs. As trained health professionals, they monitor and coordinate patients’ treatment plans, guide them to understand the status of their health, and check in on their progress. Compassionate, knowledgeable, and collaborative, the patient care coordinator also collaborates with other members of the care team to look after patients within the healthcare facility.

A patient care coordinator, also known as a care coordinator, is the health professional who ensures that patients get the best care possible. They listen to patients and their families to ensure needs are being addressed, educate patients on medical procedures or conditions, keep patient records up to date, and act as a liaison between the patient and healthcare personnel by keeping the lines of communication flowing.

A care coordinator (or Patient Care Coordinator) is a trained health professional that helps to manage a patient’s care, for example, the elderly or disabled. They monitor and coordinate patients’ treatment plans, educate them about their condition, connect them with health care providers, and evaluate their progress.

We are seeking a dedicated care coordinator to assist us with patients enrolled at our facility. You will be responsible for consulting with patients and determining their needs, developing care plans, coordinating patient-care services, educating them about their condition, and working with the care team to evaluate interventions.


  • Consult with patients and family members to discuss their health problems.
  • Educate patients about their condition, medication, and give them specific instructions.
  • Develop a care plan to address their personal health care needs.
  • Consult and collaborate with other health care providers and specialists to set up patient appointments and treatment plans.
  • Check-in on the patient regularly and evaluate and document their progress.
  • Assist the care team with developing and assessing health interventions.
  • Attend ongoing training and courses to keep abreast of new developments in health care.
  • Assist with securing funding for medical care as required.
  • Treat patients with empathy and respect and conduct oneself in a professional manner.
  • Comply with organizational guidelines and health care laws and regulations.