Director Of Adult Critical Care Services

HCA Las Vegas , NV 89134

Posted 2 months ago

Position Summary:

The Director of Adult Critical Care Services is a registered professional nurse who participates as an administrative member of the leadership team. The Director assumes the 24-hour responsibility and direction of the operations of the Adult Critical Care Units as well as direct oversight of one of the individual Adult Critical Care Units as needed.

Responsible for the overall management and coordination of comprehensive Adult Critical Care Nursing services by planning, directing, managing, and evaluating the day-to-day operations of the units. Responsible for problem resolution within assigned areas. Maintains current competency with the nursing skills required for the position.

Demonstrates knowledge regarding Standards of Care and Standards of Practice in the areas assigned. Maintains calmness in a crisis and directs staff members appropriately. Completes a competency skills checklist within 3 months of employment.

This is a Full Time, No Weekends Nursing Leadership position.

Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center

Serving the community for nearly 60 years, Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center provides Las Vegas and the Southwest region with high quality, advanced healthcare services. Sunrise Hospital is the largest acute care facility in Nevada. Sharing the same campus as Sunrise Children's Hospital, Nevada's largest most comprehensive children's hospital.

HCA Far West

As part of a strong network of hospitals throughout California and Nevada, HCA Far West is committed to supporting its healthcare professionals and ensuring their growth.

Our exclusive and specialty medical services in nine hospitals and six surgical centers throughout two states, provides a full spectrum of primary, acute, tertiary and chronic care for our patients. Our specialized care areas focus on advancing the science of medicine while providing high quality, life-saving technology and patient-focused care.

About HCA

HCA is the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, a company comprised of locally managed facilities that includes 166 hospitals and 114 outpatient centers in 20 states and England. At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation's first hospital companies.

Minimum Qualifications:

Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Nevada.


Graduate of Accredited School of Nursing

BSN required

Master's Degree in Nursing or related health field required (or actively in progress)


Certification in Critical Care Nursing (CCRN) or Nursing Administration, or other applicable nursing certification preferred


Minimum 3 years experience in an acute care setting.

Minimum of 1 year management and leadership experience.

Hands-on Critical Care leadership experience is strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and

Critical thinking skills

Financial and personnel management skills

Communication skills

Nursing theory and practice

Customer service skills

Computer and hospital informatics skills required

Complies with hospital employee health, infection control and safety management programs.

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