Shift: Full Time-Nights (Rotating Weekends)
Interprets nursing policies in determining solutions to problems as they arise.
Makes round on all units to assess critically ill patients or patients with unusual problems.
Works cooperatively with charge nurses/managers, admitting department, case management to assure proper placement of patients.
Coordinates and assists in the transfer of patients to/from other institutions.
Assists with in-house transfers as needed.
Communicates updated or new guidelines and regulations to appropriate personnel.
Assists with bed control during assigned shift.
Acts as liaison between hospital staff, physicians, patients, families and the community, in promoting high quality care and services.
Demonstrates attitude of cooperation and professionalism.
Maintains harmonious relationship with staff providing support and assistance to ensure quality customer service.
Ensures the highest quality of service is being rendered to the patient and all other customers.
Assists in the delivery of safe patient care by working with the nurse managers or their designees to assure adequate staffing levels for provision of optimum patient care.
Remains cognizant on the broad administrative perspective needed to operate HNMC and to develop, plan, and achieve the stated goals of the institution.
Graduate of an approved and accredited nursing program
American Red Cross or America Heart Association Basic Life Support Course (BLS or BCLS) and Certification is required.
American Red Cross or American Heart Association Advanced Life Support Course (ALS or ACLS) and Certification is required.
2 years previous experience in a supervisory capacity in an acute care setting preferred.
Excellent human relations and oral/written communication skills; management experience in hospital/health care environment; proven managerial skills; supervisory experience required.