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Emergency Room Director

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K.A. Recruiting San Francisco , CA 94102

Posted 5 months ago

Full-time ER Director needed near San Francisco, CA!
Emergency Room Clinical Director, Nursing

Job Summary:
  • Responsible and accountable for the leadership in the defined scope of services which span across the care continuum of the related clinical conditions requiring care and to promote health. The clinical director executes the strategies, goals and objectives defined for the organization and the Department of Nursing. Maintains clear communication with staff, physicians, all health team members and administration to foster a team approach for patient-family centered care that optimizes health outcomes and ensures patient safety.

  • Accountable for the execution of operational plans for performance improvement integrating the voice of the customer and others to ensure an experience that delights customers and achieves excellent clinical and service outcomes. Ensures availability of appropriate resources and supervision of personnel to meet expectations and promotes the standards of behavior.

  • Responsible for financial oversight and control of budgets. Works collaboratively with service line leaders and physicians to plan future and current business development. Engages medical staff and clinical leadership in continuous process improvements applying appropriate strategies such as lean and rapid cycle improvement.

  • Directs clinical services to provide a comprehensive approach to achieve optimal results for clinical care and the customer experience.

  • Directs managers regarding human resource management and ongoing recommendations based on changes to ensure the recruitment, hiring, retention and maintenance of nursing staff to ensure sufficient number of staff on a daily basis in the defined scope of services.

  • Ensures that professional standards are developed and maintained to provide evidence-based care that considers innovative approaches to care delivery and optimizes patient outcomes and experience.

Qualifications:

  • CA RN License

  • MSN

  • 3-5 years of experience of progressive management experience in an acute care setting with demonstrated success in clinical and operational performance

  • Leadership strategies and administration of healthcare organizations; Budget and financial principles for managing operating and capital budget for personnel and materials/equipment; Customer experience principles; regulatory/accreditation standards (TJC, CMS, CDPH, etc.)

  • Emergency Room Experience

Job Shift: Day
Shift Hours: 8 Hour Shift
Days of the Week Scheduled: Monday-Friday
Weekend

Requirements:
None
Schedule: Full Time

Offering competitive compensation and complete benefits.
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Emergency Room Director

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