Adventist Health White Memorial is a community medical center with big-city services and a small town feel. As the region's leading faith-based, nonprofit teaching hospital, Adventist Health White Memorial strives to inspire wellness and treat medical conditions using the latest technology, equipment and techniques.
We believe in treating each patient as a whole, offering physical, emotional, and spiritual care. Our nationally recognized medical center is passionate about serving our community and meeting every patient's unique health needs.
At Adventist Health White Memorial, we care for children the way we would our own. Equipped with a Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), Adventist Health White Memorial is prepared to help infants and children whenever care is needed.
We're looking for someone to join our team as a Supervisor, RN who:
Schedules, leads, and coordinates the daily activities of a defined unit on an assigned shift. Oversees the delivery of optimal, safe, quality nursing care and regulatory compliance while providing leadership to staff by being an effective resource, role model, mentor, and change agent for their assigned department.
Positively influences the quality and delivery of patient care. Directs and oversees a team of nurses and support staff, ensuring adherence to appropriate federal, state, and local regulations and guidelines, adherence to policies and accepted nursing protocols and procedures. Coordinates services with other patient care units to ensure patient flow and provides direct specialty nursing services and patient care as appropriate.
Assists department Manager in accomplishing unit and organizational goals. Supervises and directs the activities of various levels of assigned personnel using both professional and supervisory discretion and independent judgment.
Collaborates with entire care team to meet needs of patient and family through continuum of care. Intercedes as a patient advocate.
Coordinates nursing care with other healthcare disciplines and assists in integrating services across the continuum of care. Consults with staff to validate their decisions, care plans, patient education, plan and interpretation of hospital policies and procedures, assists staff with prioritization. Proactively addresses patient/family, physician, staff and other team member concerns and focuses on finding solutions and achieving understanding and mutually desirable outcomes. Maintains continuous oversight of the unit and patient's conditions through making rounds and discussion with nurses and physicians.
Actively participates in hiring, promotion, and discipline of employees. Assumes responsibility for staffing and scheduling personnel.
Completes performance evaluations for all shift employees. Contributes to the professional growth and development of staff on the unit through education. Prioritizes patient care needs/staffing assignments on an ongoing basis, making adjustments as needed to maintain patient safety.
Makes assignments based upon competency and experience of the nurse. Provides clinical direction to staff and evaluates the level of care provided by the unit nursing staff.
Consistently meets all regulatory and hospital requirements. Conducts rounds/audits to ensure compliance with required standards. Communicates findings to Nurse Manager and works together on any corrective actions.
Provides administrative support to the Nurse Manager.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
You'll be successful with the following qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in nursing or equivalent combination of education/related experience: Required
Master's Degree: Preferred
American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) or Basic Life Support (BLS) certification: Required
Clinical specialty and/or nursing administration certification: Preferred
Registered Nurse (RN) licensure in the state of practice: Required
American Heart Association NRP and PALS certifications: Required
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