RN Clinical Director, Telemetry, Full time, DaysApply Now Hospital Name PIH Health Whittier Hospital Location Whittier, California Job Type Full-Time/Regular Job ID 21314-977 Date posted 01/18/2024
This RN Clinical Director is responsible and accountable for 24-hour operations within the assigned nursing unit(s) to include: patient experience; personnel management, fiscal resources, performance improvement, and interdepartmental coordination/collaboration. The RN Clinical Director ensures standards of care are met and that relationships with providers and all disciplines are collegial; working together to keep the patient and family at the center of all decisions. Works with Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Director on PIH Health strategic goals. Works with respective unit(s) with an emphasis on superior performance and value-added strategies with unwavering focus on customer/patient care. Leads by example. This is a management exempt position.
PIH Health is a nonprofit, regional healthcare network that serves approximately 3 million residents in the Los Angeles County, Orange County and San Gabriel Valley region. The fully integrated network is comprised of PIH Health Downey Hospital, PIH Health Good Samaritan Hospital, PIH Health Whittier Hospital, 37 outpatient medical office buildings, a multispecialty medical (physician) group, home healthcare services and hospice care, as well as heart, cancer, digestive health, orthopedics, women’s health, urgent care and emergency services. The organization is nationally recognized for excellence in patient care and patient experience, and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has identified PIH Health as one of the nation’s top hospital systems for best practices, cutting-edge advancements, quality of care and healthcare technology. For more information, visit PIHHealth.org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
- Analytical skills, knowledge of Joint Commission, Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS) Condition of Participation, Title 22 licensing requirements, Center for Disease Control (CDC), and unit specific nursing practice guidelines
- Has ability to articulate to the community of constituents the value range and necessity of Post-Acute Care Services both from acute care and long term care perspectives.
- Knowledgeable in county and state regulations regarding unit specific standards and operations.
- Effective written/oral communications
- Problem-solving skills and organization skills
- Knowledge of continuous quality improvement tools, Plan Do Check Act performance improvement methodology and techniques
- Personal computer skills and knowledge of applicable software programs
- Knowledge of trends in nursing practice
- Clinical competence
- Demonstrated expertise in unit specific patient care and disease pathology; assessment, intervention, management, and education
- Ability to promote team-building among multidisciplinary treatment team
- Strong interpersonal communication skills, written and verbal
- Independent performer
- Demonstrate leadership abilities focusing on self-direction/empowerment
- Ability to analyze various sources of outcome data
- Graduate from accredited school of nursing
- BSN Degree required
- Current California RN License
- Current BLS certification
- Master of Science in Nursing or other postgraduate health science, business or management degree
- Minimum of two years’ nursing leadership
- Minimum five years-clinical nursing experience in unit specific setting
- Specialty certification in area of responsibility
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