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Nursing Director-Critical Care
Under minimal direction, oversee the provision of high-quality patient care in the ICU, CVICU, and CV Stepdown units. Implements, maintain, and ensure quality service, personnel management, and the allocation and management of resources to ensure the provision of consistent, high-quality patient care.
Minimum Education Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN), MSN preferred
Required Skills Certifications: Basic Life Support (BLS) Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Valid licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the State of Georgia
Essential Functions Manage the Nursing Unit’s operational excellence initiatives; ensure quality service is provided according to established hospital policies, procedures, and standards of conduct.
Communicate the hospital’s mission, vision and values, as well as departmental goals, to all staff.
Provide leadership and guidance to nursing staff as it relates to goal setting, problem-solving, resource management, and outcome achievement.
Define performance objectives and metrics for the department and assesses the level of competence of staff.
Review quality improvement and patient satisfaction data; ensure department goals are reflective of this data.
Facilitate a work environment that demonstrates a clear understanding and regard for the regulatory and hospital standards applicable to the provision of quality patient care.
Review, develop and implement nursing programs, processes, and procedures designed to ensure the provision of quality patient care, consistent with the mission of St. Francis Hospital.
Monitor and maintain compliance with all regulatory, accrediting agencies, and hospital policies for patient care services, to include environmental and personnel safety.
Manage the allocation of personnel resources and other finite resources with regards to budget responsibility and productivity measures.