This individual will provide consultation to patients in the Emergency Room, on the inpatient unit and throughout the Hospital. This individual will participate in the medical education of students and provides supervision to the clinical staff on the unit.
Orients newly hired Evening and Night shift technologists to ensure proper assistance and support in all lab areas until they are thoroughly trained and familiar with procedures, protocols, and equipment.
Financial responsibilities of the DOP include ensuring that the pharmacy is profitable, updating the charge master, purchasing and receiving as well as formulary availability. The DOP is responsible for budgeting of salary and non-salary expense and to insure that budget targets for salary and non-salary expense are met
Responsible for working collaboratively with management in setting direction and strategic planning to develop, implement, and monitor action plans to achieve overall Quality Management program success.
Resolves any medical-administrative problems in collaboration with the Medical Site Directors and keeps lines of communication open with staff to ensure high employee morale and a professional, healthful practice atmosphere.
The Clinical Operations Director provides overall direction and leadership for assigned clinical areas on a 24 hour basis. The COD ensures the effective administrative management of clinical functions related to personnel and policy. These functions relate directly to meeting quality patient care outcomes, providing education and participating in research while maintaining fiscal responsibility.