HCA Lewisville , TX 75067
Manager Emergency Services / ED / Emergency Room / ER
Medical City Lewisville
The Department Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, delegating, directing, negotiating and evaluating services delivered by the Emergency Department at Lewisville and Flower Mound in support of the hospital Mission, Vision and facility goals.
This position establishes effective working relationships with all constituencies, including patients, physicians, employees, volunteers and vendors.
Collaborates and coordinates with other department management personnel, for the functions and activities of nursing care performed in the Emergency Department in conformance with recognized nursing techniques and procedures, established standards and administrative policies.
Maintains effective communication.
Develops and recommends policies, procedures or programs to improve or enhance the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of patient care within the specialty area in collaboration with medical staff and other disciplines.
Medical City Lewisville is focused on providing high-quality care to our community. As a Magnet recognized facility, we are a leader in the DFW market for quality metrics, and Nursing satisfaction performance according to the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators.
Through our many well established professional practice councils and shared leadership model, Medical City Lewisville is committed to listening to our nursing voice; which drives outcomes and impacts practice environments using evidence-based research.
We are also proud to announce that our new 24 bed Emergency Room includes Denton County's only dedicated Pediatric ER.
We take pride in being able to support our Nurses through:
Career enhancement reward systems
Tuition reimbursement to advance nursing education
Assistance with obtaining professional nursing certifications
Professional Nursing library and relaxation room
Come join a team where Nurses say:
"It's very much like family here. Everyone is friendly and gets to know one another. We take pride in the fact we have such a friendly culture while still being able to deliver exceptional care that rivals larger organizations."
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing required; Master's degree preferred
Three years of progressive management experience to include:
Management of staff, including supervisory positions
Physician relationship management
Resolution of operational and patient care issues
Demonstrated knowledge of quality improvement
Coordination of a multi-disciplinary team
Ability to perform diversified duties with time limitations with high degree of accuracy
Current RN License in the State of Texas or compact license
American Heart Association BLS provider
American Heart Association ACLS provider
ENPC or PALS (AHA) within 6 months of hire and both within 1 year