St. Mary’s Hospital is Southern Arizona’s longest continuously operating hospital (founded in 1880) and one of Tucson’s and the Region’s Medical Centers. Key services include Back & Spine, Behavioral Health, Brain & Neuro, Breast, Cancer Care, Diabetes Care, Diagnostics, Digestive Disorders, Elder Care, Emergency, Heart Care, Imaging Services, Laboratory, Orthopedics, Rehabilitation Services, Respiratory, Sleep Center, Stroke, Surgery, Urology, Vascular Care, Weight Loss Surgery, Women's Health, and Wound Care.
St. Mary’s is recognized as a destination hospital for the most modern and minimally-invasive heart and vascular surgery, advanced stroke care, unique and personalized cancer treatment, and emergency care. Home of the Carondelet Heart & Vascular Institute and The Breast Center, St. Mary’s Hospital offers every patient individualized care, personal attention by compassionate caregivers, and the finest team of physicians and surgeons available in the region.
State of the Art Cardiovascular care
Comprehensive Breast Health Services
Catheterization labs and hybrid operating suites
Electrophysiology (EP) program
Joint Commission-certified Primary Stroke Center
Designated Cardiac Arrest Center
Society of Chest Pain Centers’ Accredited Chest Pain Center
American Diabetes Association-certified Diabetes Care Center
All-private bed, state-of-the-art Emergency Center
Wound Healing Center with hyperbaric oxygen therapy
Dedicated inpatient care for complex wounds
Specialized Orthopedic Surgery
Surgical weight loss
Diabetes care & community education
Rehabilitation (inpatient and outpatient)
Gastroenterology Lab (GI lab) for those with digestive disease issues
St. Mary’s has been awarded numerous national honors for patient care. Other significant awards and accomplishments include:
Midas+ Platinum Quality Award (2011, 2012).
American Heart Association’s Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award for Stroke (2012, 2013)
Individualized care, personal attention by compassionate caregivers and a dedicated, expert team of doctors and surgeons.
Recognized as a destination hospital for advanced and minimally invasive heart and vascular surgery, stroke care, unique and personalized cancer treatment, and emergency care.
Comprehensive programs of care in cardiology, orthopedics, diabetes, stroke, wounds, emergency medicine, and physical rehabilitation.
A wide range of services, including diabetes care and community education; inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, on-site gastroenterology lab (GI lab) for those with digestive disease issues; dialysis and infusion therapy; palliative care, sleep center and more.
If you’re looking for excellent service, compassionate care and a wide spectrum of diagnostic and treatment options, St. Mary’s is here for you. We’re a vital medical center with a legacy to honor and a future to embrace. And we want to be your first choice in health care.
The Chief Nursing Officer provides strategic leadership as the senior executive position responsible for all nursing and other designated patient care functions and services within the hospital organization. The role assumes responsibility for assessing, planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing practice on a facility level. The role assumes 24/7 responsibility and has accountability to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate nursing care, competency of clinical staff, and appropriate resource management related to patient care. The Chief Nursing Officer represents nursing concerns on the governing board and at medical staff leadership meetings.
Collaborate with human resources and other team members to select, onboard, orient, and provide coaching for direct reports.
Effectively communicate with all internal and external constituents, including staff, colleagues, and physicians.
Create and communicate a compelling shared vision.
Develop effective strategies for addressing organizational priorities.
Create an environment that recognizes and values diversity.
Develop processes to incorporate cultural beliefs into care.
Understand and articulate patient care standards reflected in federal and state regulation, TJC, the state Nurse Practice Act, and organizational policies and procedures.
Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of organizational revenue, expense performance, and capital planning.
Manage fiscal, human and material resources in a cost-effective manner.
At least five years of progressive management experience in a facility environment as an Associate Chief Nursing Officer or Nursing Director of multiple, complex nursing departments.
Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills.
Proven leadership ability and facility operational expertise.
An academic degree in nursing is required, and a Master’s degree in Nursing or related field (Health Administration, Business, Public Health, or Management) is strongly preferred.
Active and current registered nurse license in the state of residence/practice is required.
Current CENP or NEA certification preferred
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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