The Nurse Manager isresponsible 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 and staffoutcomes.
The Nurse Manager supports the mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives of the hospital and the individual Nursing Department and is responsible for the effective implementation of nursing operations for assigned unit(s).
The Behavioral Health Care Manager is responsible for managing complex patient issues within the context of a crisis stabilization model, providing casework, group, individual and family therapy, as well as discharge planning services to promote the highest level of patient functioning as they transition back to a community setting.
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 Nursing Manager for Labor and Delivery has the total responsibility of the management of a specialized area of nursing with twenty-four (24) hour accountability. The major functions include planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting, and budgeting for the unit.
The ideal candidate will direct the day-to-day functions of the facility in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern nursing facilities to assure that the highest degree of quality care can be provided residents at all times.