Quail Surgical and Pain Management Center in Reno, Nevada, offers an opportunity to join a team of dedicated and highly competent staff as the Director of Nursing. Nearly 80% of our full and part time staff have 10-21 years of service. Reno, in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and near the Lake Tahoe Basin, is a desirable home for outdoor enthusiasts. If you have experience as a Director or manager of the surgical team, this could be your next career opportunity.
Advantages of joining our team:
Excellent quality outcomes
AAAHC accredited since 1999
Very high patient satisfaction scores
Partnered with Universal Health Systems/Northern Nevada Medical Center
Highly engaged physician partners
No state income tax
Commitment to employee engagement and well being
Relocation assistance available
The Director of Nursing, responsible to the Administrator, is accountable and responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the clinical operations of the Surgery Center. The Director of Nursing assures quality care, safety and compliance with governing regulatory agencies. The Director of Nursing establishes a professional and respectful relationship with staff, physicians, and regulatory agencies, and coordinates activities, as appropriate, with the Administrator, Medical Director, Business Office Manager, and Clinical Review Committee.
Current licensure in the State of Nevada as a registered nurse; BSN required, Master's preferred.
Managerial/Supervisory competence and three (3) years management/supervisory experience in an ambulatory surgery center or a hospital surgery department.
Minimum of 2 years of OR experience required.
ACLS certification within six months of hire.
Current BLS/CPR certification.
Internal Number: 6630
About Quail Surgical & Pain Management Center
Quail Surgical and Pain Management Center in Reno, Nevada, is an outpatient surgical center dedicated to providing high-quality patient care. Established by a group of community physicians, the goals of the founding physicians have not changed since they were established in 1999. These goals focus on:
Streamlining the delivery of medical care so it is patient-centered to provide the highest quality services.
Making the outpatient surgery experience less anxiety producing.
Utilizing the most cost-effective measures for the patient and the healthcare delivery system so we can provide safe and affordable quality care.
Providing an environment which is aesthetically pleasing for the patient, physician and employee that promotes patient friendliness.
Reducing the risk of infection for our patients by always adhering to the most current safety standards in the industry.