Executive Director (RN)

CHS (Community Health Systems)   •  

Fort Wayne, IN

Industry: Healthcare

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 61 days ago

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Job Description

Under the administrative direction of the Lutheran Hospital Vice President of Nursing (CNO), ensures compliance with regulatory agencies impacting nursing care in an acute healthcare facility; develops, implements and monitors goals and objectives of assigned Nursing Service divisions to most effectively integrate its technical and human resources to support the organization's mission. Plans, manages, evaluates, and provides for the delivery of patient care, having 24-hour primary responsibility through optimal utilization of technical and human resources. Responsible for business and administrative activities such as:

  • Management responsibility for patient care operations;
  • Assists in facility planning and operations development;
  • Development of operating and capital budgets, and monitoring revenues/expenses and capital budget for scope of operations;
  • Implementation of business plan and quarterly progress reports;
  • Assists in Lutheran's business planning process;
  • Works with physician groups on evaluation of new technology, expansion of service lines, review of outcomes data for performance improvement;
  • Indentification of regional outreach opportunities providing community education programs;
  • Assist in recruitmnet of specialty physicians to the region supporting staff;
  • Develops yearly customer service and quality goals;
  • Collaborates with Community Relations/Marketing on the design and implementation of annual communication plan;
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory guidelines; etc.

Registration/Certification/Licensure:

Current licensure in Indiana as a registered nurse. CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) within three (3) months of hire.

Experience:

Five to seven years progressively more responsible experience in nursing procedures, with progressive management experience which includes developing, implementing and maintaining nursing care policies and procedures. Knowledge of Pediatric service lines strongly preferred.

Education:

Qualified candidates must have a minimum of a Master's Degree in Business, Health Administration, Nursing, or the equivalent. Master's Degree may be waived in lieu of seven to ten years related experience and a Bachelor's Degree in related area.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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