St. Anthony's Medical Center has complex trauma, heart and stroke centers you won't find anywhere else in South County or Jefferson County. You'll also find professional, compassionate staff dedicated solely to improving your experience and your outcome. It's all at the Emergency Department at St. Anthony's Medical Center.
St. Anthony's Emergency Department:
- is a designated Level II Trauma Center – the only one in South St. Louis County and Jefferson County. Resources available to manage the care of critically injured patients at all times.
- is the fourth-busiest Emergency Department in the St. Louis region and the sixth-busiest in Missouri
- is one of only a few hospitals in the St. Louis metro area a designated as a Level I Stroke Center.
- serves 26 Emergency Medical Service (EMS) districts, six of which are supervised directly by St. Anthony's Medical Center.
The nurse manager is responsible for defined patient care areas, and has 24-hour responsibility for patient care and overall unit operations. This person sets annual goals and operational and capital budgets. The manager ensures quality patient care is delivered consistent with established contemporary standards for patient care services. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining the quality and adequacy of nursing practice. The nurse manager maintains an effective and competent staff using a variety of means. This person exercises judgment in identifying and resolving issues and problems. The manager applies both clinical and operational management skills to meet the established quality, patient satisfaction, and financial targets of the unit. This person accomplishes all of the above in collaboration and partnership with physicians.
Must possess a Missouri License as a Registered Nurse. Requires a minimum of three years' experience as a staff nurse within the past ten years.
Must have a minimum of 5 years of nursing leadership work experience.
Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) required.