Director of ICU CVICU

  • 51844
  • 18 May 2020
  • Columbus, GA
  • Healthcare
  • $95,000 - $115,000
  • Bud Harrison

Job Description

Director of ICU/CVICU

This position is with a 375 bed hospital located in southwest Georgia. The role will lead, oversee, and maintain high quality patient care in the ICU, CVICU and CV Stepdown units.

Scope/Info

  • Manage the Nursing Unit’s operational excellence initiatives; ensure quality service is provided according to established hospital policies, procedures, and standards of conduct.
  • Communicate the hospital’s mission, vision and values, as well as departmental goals, to all staff.
  • Provide leadership and guidance to nursing staff as it relates to goal setting, problem-solving, resource management, and outcome achievement.
  • Review quality improvement and patient satisfaction data; ensure department goals are reflective of this data.
  • Facilitate a work environment that demonstrates a clear understanding and regard for the regulatory and hospital standards applicable to the provision of quality patient care.
  • Review, develop and implement nursing programs, processes, and procedures designed to ensure the provision of quality patient care, consistent with the mission of the Hospital
  • Monitor and maintain compliance with all regulatory, accrediting agencies, and hospital policies for patient care services, to include environmental and personnel safety.
  • Manage the allocation of personnel resources and other finite resources with regards to budget responsibility and productivity measures.
  • Med/Surg/ICU - 18 beds, CVICU - 10 beds, Stepdown - 10 beds
  • 85 FTES with 8 coordinators reporting
  • Reports directly to the CNO
  • Annual bonus potential

Requirements

  • Extensive experience in ICU AND CVICU
  • Preferred Masters, BSN required

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