This Nurse Manager role will plan, manage, coordinate, and evaluate patient care activities of the Same Day Surgery staff at Lakes Hospital in Wyoming, MN. This includes resource management, quality, regulatory requirements, educational opportunities, and financial management duties. This role serves as a leader and role model and maintains clinical competency of staff.
Our Same Day Surgerynursing staffprovides quality and compassionate care for patients before and after same-day surgery/procedure as well as surgeries that occur before and during admissionto the hospital. We provide emotional & educationalsupport and coaching with preoperative phone calls, during their stay with us and post-operative follow up phone calls. Because our department has a rapid turnover of short-term patients, our staff must have good assessment skills, the desire to work as a team and the ability to adapt to changing situations.
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The Nurse Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of assigned area(s) to ensure support of the mission, goals, and objectives of assigned area(s) and Fairview Health Services
Develops and/or provides input into budget for assigned area(s) according to established procedures.
Ensures that a process for collecting, monitoring and reporting quality data exists for assigned area.
Investigates and responds appropriately to all complaints and takes effective, corrective action when necessary.
Utilizes the nursing process in problem solving,
Serves as a role model for staff.
Manages change using a planned, orderly approach.
Demonstrates ability to implement problem-solving mechanisms in both routine and emergency situations.
Delegates appropriate tasks to staff.
Ensures implementation and development of standards of practice in patient care that reflect valid research findings.
Evaluates, develops and revises clinical systems to assure regulatory compliance
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or related field. If bachelors is not in nursing then must have a Master's degree in nursing.
3 years clinical nursing experience
1 year of nursing leadership experience
Minnesota RN license
Preferred Advanced Degree in nursing or related field
Other forms of supervisory or management experience
Keywords: Surgical Admitting and Recovery, SAU, PACU, Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, Anesthesia, OR, Surgery, Nurse Manager, Leader, Leadership
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