Coordinates, directs, supervises and implements those services and policies affecting both residents and associates.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Plan, organize, implement, evaluate and direct HLTC communities and activities, in accordance with current rules, regulations and guidelines that govern long-term care communities.
Assist Administrators with developing, implementing, maintaining and periodically updating written procedural guidelines that govern the day-to-day functions of the nursing communities.
Serve as a liaison with governmental agencies, consultants, residents, families, etc…
Evaluate and make recommendations regarding consultant/contract services provided to the nursing communities.
Assist with developing and implementation of marketing/communication plans for the nursing communities.
Develop and implement ongoing census development guidelines.
Assist with planning, organizing, implementing, evaluation, and directing a managed care program.
Serve as an interim nursing facility administrator, as needed.
Assist with developing, implementing, and maintaining an ongoing quality assurance program for nursing communities.
Participate in nursing community surveys (inspections) made by authorized government agencies.
Perform administrative duties such as completing reports, evaluations, studies etc. as necessary.
Responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an effective customer service and associate relations programs.
Provide compliance/grievance reports to the Administrator and/or Vice President, Post Acute Care Services as required or as may be necessary.
Assist the Risk Manager/Corporate Compliance Officer in developing and implementing safety standards for nursing communities.
Assist with preparing the nursing communities annual operating budgets.
Education: Must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution of higher learning; successful completion of routine accounting courses preferred.
Licensure: Must be licensed in the State of Georgia as a licensed nursing home administrator (LNFA).
Experience: A minimum of three years of experience in the capacity of an Administrator, Executive Director or Assistant Administrator in a licensed health care or senior living community.
Skills: Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills required. Must have working knowledge of needs of retirement population.
Internal Number: 269501066
About Hamilton Long Term Care
Hamilton Long-term Care (HLTC) is an affiliate of Hamilton Health Care Services located in Dalton, GA. HLTC consists of four local nursing centers located on the campus of Hamilton Medical Center.
Each Hamilton Long Term Care facility focuses on a specific care specialty, but our nursing teams all share a single purpose: to serve with compassion, our residents and their families. Our nurses enjoy a caring culture where associates are valued and recognized.
• Regency Park Health and Rehabilitation specializes in short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. Most residents at Regency Park have the goal of returning to their homes once rehabilitation is complete.
• Quinton Memorial Health and Rehabilitation specializes in caring for patients who are experiencing medically complex situations. Patients may require extensive post-surgical care, rehabilitation, or other long-term care.
• Ridgewood Manor Health and Rehabilitation and
• Wood Dale Health and Rehabilitation specialize in caring for those with dementia-related conditions in addition to long-term care. Residents who have a greater-than-normal need for assistance in making decisions for themselves, or keeping themselves safe, are best served at these facilities.