The Administrative Director of Patient Care Services will be reporting to the CNO. He/She will have a large scope of control that includes management of nursing and designated patient care services. The long term goal for a successful candidate will be aimed at progressing to the CNO position. The ideal candidate will already have multi-unit experience or Director level experience in multiple acute care service lines.
Collaborates with the Vice President of Patient Care Services/CNO in the development and approval of hospital objectives, nursing philosophy and strategic planning in relation to patient care programs.
Serves as the primary contact for problem resolution in Vice President of Patient Care Services/CNO's absence.
Participate in the development of hospital/system-wide patient care programs, policies, and procedures that describe how the nursing care needs of patients or patient populations receiving nursing care are assessed, evaluated, and met.
Performs responsibilities and duties of the job in a manner that is attentive to the age of the patient population served.
Participate with other governance, managerial, medical staff and other clinical leaders in the decision-making structures and processes of the hospital.
Collaborates with dept. directors in the development, implementation and evaluation of programs to promote the recruitment, retention and ongoing education of staff members.
Oversees growth, direction and well-being of Nursing and direct reports through regular performance evaluations, prioritization of development ideas, counseling, or referral to EAP, if appropriate.
Maintain effective, positive communication with department directors by holding regular meetings, explain new policies, discuss staff concerns and seek input and participation regarding general department operations.
Collaborates with department Directors to develop plans to ensure appropriate staffing that is always available to provide care and carry out St. Clare Hospital's Mission.
Collaborates with dept. directors in maintaining accurate job descriptions for Nursing, patient care designated staff and direct reports.
Assists staff with development and usage of standards of care and nursing policies and procedures.
Interpret, support and enforce all hospital-wide and employee manual policies in a uniform manner with all employees.
Assist in solving problems and complaints of staff, maintaining a positive employee relations climate.
Creates and promotes a safe work environment for all employees.
Maintains own professional growth and development through appropriate continuing education.
Collaborates in the development, securing approval of and administering a total budget of staffing, operational and capital expenses which provides the resources necessary to attain agreed upon goals and objectives.
Operates within approved current budget or provides explanation for budget variances.
Researches and evaluates changing market forces and competitive trends to evaluate and develop or revise programs and services provided.
Keeps current on, and ensures departments are operated within general hospital guidelines, the Joint Commission and applicable state and federal regulations.
Plans, organizes and controls all functions of the Nursing Service and other departments for which responsible including setting and meeting annual strategic objectives.
Responsible for encouraging new ideas and coordinating the evaluation of them, as well as the re-evaluation of existing programs and services so that continuous effectiveness can be maintained.
Ensures safe and efficient nursing care in cooperation with various Department Directors.
Assists departments in improving patient teaching and education.
Ensures maintenance of required records, reports and statistics for all departments for which responsible.
Responsible for management of patient complaints to ensure timely resolution.
Graduate from accredited school of nursing, Bachelor's in Nursing and Master's degree in Nursing or Healthcare Administration required.
Wisconsin RN licensed.
Previous experience in nursing management, minimum of 3 years.
Professional Affiliations: American Organization of Nurse Executives and Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives.
Preferred Qualifications: N/A
Our 100-bed St. Clare Hospital is a nationally recognized leader in rural health care in south-central Wisconsin. St. Clare offers acute care, as well as a wide range of other services including chemical dependency treatment, hemodialysis, radiation oncology and a free-standing hospice facility. Additional urgent care services are available at campus locations in the surrounding communities of Wisconsin Dells and Lake Delton.
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