The Nurse Manager of Surgical Services is part of the department management team and assists with the organization, direction, management and evaluation of patient care services for the Surgical Services areas. Responsible for assisting with the clinical, operational and financial management of the Surgical Services departments.
The Nurse Manager is responsible for creating and sustaining a healthy work environment for staff which fosters excellent professional nursing practice, shared decision-making,interdisciplinary teamwork and collaboration resulting in positive patient and staff outcomes.
Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the surgery area, which includes the daily flow of the schedule, making staff assignments, coordinating all physician needs, and ensures all equipment, supplies and vendors are available.
Responsible for the oversight of all residents to assure that they receive appropriate nursing and medical care, thus contracts with independent contractors for therapy, physician services, pharmacy, dietician, must be provided in conjunction with assuring there are adequate numbers of trained staff in all departments.
This position is responsible for the medical case management of work related injuries, which includes assessment, planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of injured/disabled individuals treatment plans.
The Clinic Nurse Manager will assist department management in developing and implementing new programs, long-range plans and organizational policies and procedures to help improve or maintain department effectiveness and efficiency.
Collaborates in the development, implementation and expansion of learning opportunities and skill development for all staff. Analyzes, develops and maintains an effective and efficient nursing care delivery system that reflects patient and family needs across the continuum to achieve desired outcomes.
The Nurse Manager assumes 24-hour responsibility for planning, supervising, and evaluating the care of patients to ensure comprehensive and continuous care for each patient/family in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Responsible for creating and sustaining a healthy work environment for staffwhich fosters excellent professional nursing practice, shared decision-making,interdisciplinary teamwork and collaboration resulting in positive patient andstaff outcomes.