Director of Emergency, Maternity and Ambulatory Nursing

Highland Hospital   •  

Rochester, MN

Industry: Healthcare


8 - 10 years

Posted 77 days ago

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Job Description

The Director of Emergency, Maternity and Ambulatory Nursing is responsible for the coordination of care rendered to all Emergency, Maternity and Ambulatory patients so that the delivery of care and utilization of services is seamless, efficient and effective. Through multidisciplinary collaboration, and in conjunction with physician and other partners, the Director coordinates operational planning, systems assessment and analysis, program development and information management The Director is responsible for planning, directing, controlling and evaluating the activities, functions, and management personnel of his/her clinical service area to ensure delivery of high quality patient care specific to the age/development needs of the patient populations across the continuum of care. The Director is responsible for achieving a level of shared operational management between physicians and health care services by bringing together the resources necessary to continually improve care delivery.

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1. Education: Bachelors in Nursing & Masters degree in Nursing, MBA or MHA required

2. Experience: Minimum of 7 years leadership and management experience required.

3. Inpatient Experience Required

4. License/Certification Required: Licensed to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in NYS

5. Skills:

Excellent interpersonal, verbal and teamwork skills,

Excellent reading, writing, and comprehension skills to understand effectively communicate and contribute to procedures/processes/orders/methods/standards.

Ability to analyze and interpret data/information used to formulate/implement/monitor goals and objectives for patient services.

Ability to work productively and effectively in a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and deal with stresses associated with a patient care environment (e.g., medical emergencies, staffing fluctuations, time commitments, varying patient emotions/attitudes/conditions, etc.).

Willingness to make a meaningful contribution to the work environment as evidenced through behavior and attitude.

Highly developed leadership and management skills essential to effectively supervise a large number of employees

Ability to adapt to technologies used in the work environment