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Title Wellness Director
Categories Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse
Salary 40,000 to 50,000
Location York, NE
Job Information

Director of Health & Wellness

We are seeking a Superhero Director of Health and Wellness for an Assisted living and Memory care community in York, NE! Are you a RN or LPN seeking a position where you can empower your team and grow a positive culture while still building lasting relationships with residents and families? Would you love to join a community that has a fun, warm, energetic presence with exceptional customer service?

Are you excited at the thought of growing your career with a national organization that has a mission to purposefully brighten and enrich the lives of their residents while recognizing success starts with their employees? We want to hear from you.

You will function as a Director of Health and Wellness for a Continuing Care Retirement Community with responsibility over the Assisted Living and Memory Care Community. You will direct staff, ensure regulatory compliance, and be responsible for management of clinical budget. We guarantee this position provides an exciting opportunity for nurses who are flexible, high-energy, compassionate, and looking for new challenges in a supportive environment. We cannot wait for you to apply.

Benefits:

  • Grow and develop your career with an organization across 27 states with over 170 communities
  • Hard-working, Fun-loving culture
  • Empowering, tenured leadership team
  • Recognition Awards
  • Tuition reimbursement opportunities
  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Vacation and personal/sick days
  • Employee Retirement savings
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program

Responsibilities:

  • Directly oversee the delivery of care to Assisted Living residents to ensure that emotional, physical, psychological and safety needs are met through all program services and activities
  • Coordinate, along with the Executive Director, family/resident care conferences and serve as a direct liaison between residents, families, and staff
  • Work with residents, families and other staff to ensure that residents are at appropriate levels of care
  • Manage labor costs, supplies and other line items in clinical budget
  • Monitor documentation systems to ensure that all regulatory timeframes for review of assessments and service plans are met and that resident needs are met
  • Write and review residents’ assessments/evaluations and care-plans with appropriate staff
  • Assess/evaluate potential residents for Assisted Living level of care. This may involve assessing/evaluating potential residents in their home or another healthcare setting; must be able to drive to location and perform assessment/evaluation professionally and timely
  • Schedule and conduct new resident orientation for all Assisted Living Residents
  • Provide, plan, schedule and monitor staff training programs and in-services for the Assisted Living staff including statutory or regulatory required training. Attend all required training, in-service, and staff meetings
  • Manage and coordinate the work of all nursing and other assisted living staff, communicating pertinent resident health and safety information. This includes overseeing and/or completing staff schedules monthly and daily assignments
  • Strive to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices
  • Ensure compliance with all state regulatory requirements including mandatory reporting to State. Ensure that all concern and incident reports are completed, filed and that follow-up is conducted appropriately
  • Assist and/or perform in mock surveys
  • Require 24/7 on-call clinical support

Qualifications

  • Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse OR Licensed Practical Nurse in Nebraska
  • Education: Associate’s Degree with one to two years related experience or training. Bachelor’s Degree- preferred; Minimum LPN/LVN license.
  • Experience with Assisted Living/Personal Care/Memory Care
  • Experience in managing associates; scheduling; communicating with families, residents and outside providers
  • CPR certification
  • HRIS; clinical documentation systems
  • Able to manage multiple high level tasks such as scheduling staff; scheduling care conferences and maintaining communication with staff and families in a professional, positive manner
  • Maintain CEU and other state requirements for position as applicable

Qualified Nurse Leaders please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Nurse Manager Cardiac Cath Lab Services
Categories Nurse Manager
Salary Very Competitive
Location Lafayette, IN
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Cardiac Cath Lab Nurse Manager

We are seeking a Cath Lab Nurse Manager for our community hospital in the Lafayette, IN area.

JOB SUMMARY

Manages the coordination of activities on the nursing unit with responsibility for results including costs, methods and staffing for 24-hour nursing operations on a nursing unit (s).  Responsible for operational performance, quality, service environment and regulatory compliance.  Receives assignments in the form of objectives and determines how to use resources to meet schedules and goals.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Demonstrate compassion, respect and caring while working within the scope of Registered Nurse practice to provide individualized, safe and efficient care to patients with an interdisciplinary team and provide assistance to families and visitors.
  2. Responsible for 24-hour day-to-day operations of unit: supervision of personnel; staff performance and patient outcomes; staff procurement and retention; regulatory compliance; and patient care. Evaluate work performance and conduct annual performance assessments.  Delegate and coordinate responsibility for completion of departmental projects, tasks, and activities.
  3. Assist with the implementation of strategic initiatives for the department and identifies, assesses, and responds to issues and problems which affect ability to meet goals/objectives.
  4. Manage staffing levels required to provide optimum patient care within the limits of available resources.
  5. Assure quality of care by aligning assigned unit (s) with the hospital and nursing division’s philosophies and standards of care; carry out adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and to other governing agency regulations; measure health outcomes against standards; make or recommend adjustments.
  6. Deliver financial results for area (s) of accountability.
  7. Maintain a collaborative and cooperative working relationship with other departments and divisions; facilitating operational, quality, performance and change initiative implementation.
  8. May perform patient care duties.
  9. Develop and support clinical excellence, environment of care
  10. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION:

  • Bachelors or Masters of Science degree from an accredited school of nursing is required upon hire.

EXPERIENCE/TRAINING:

  • Minimum of two years of leadership experience required.
  • Minimum of 5 years of related experience is required.
  • Work experience which demonstrates progressive leadership responsibility i.e. in Charge Nurse or supervisory role.
  • Demonstrate competence in area of expertise.
  • Financial and budgetary knowledge and experience.

LICENSE/CERTIFICATION:

  • Current Registered Nurse licensure in the state in which nurse will be practicing.
  • Certification in clinical area and membership in related professional organization preferred.
  • Current BLS (Basic Life Support) certification required at date of hire.
  • ACLS may be required.

OTHER SKILLS:

  • Strong problem solving, decision making and time management skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Proficient in use of computer including MS Office applications.
  • Ability to manage complex operations and diverse personnel.
  • Ability to effectively collaborate with interdisciplinary teams.

Qualified Nurse Manager Candidates please forward a copy of your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Nurse Manager Operations
Categories Registered Nurse
Location Gurnee, IL
Job Information

Nurse Manager of Clinical Operations

Are you excited at the thought of growing your career with a national organization that has a mission to purposefully brighten and enrich the lives of their team while recognizing success starts with their employees? We want to hear from you.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

It’s an exciting time to join a wonderful team as it continues to grow! This position will partner with the Clinical Quality Team to leverage the Company’s brand to provide A Higher Standard of Care through Clinical Quality Support. The Manager of Clinical Operations will support franchise-owned agencies in a variety of ways and contribute to the advancement of key clinical quality initiatives including Joint Commission accreditation, training, and compliance.

This position will be based in the Franchise Support Center in Gurnee, IL

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Execute and oversee the clinical quality platform
  • Provide on-site and video conferencing clinical site visits to franchisees and their teams providing clinical operational support, promoting quality care and strategizing on agency growth
  • Act as the subject matter expert/resource on clinical programs and systems
  • Resource for state and federal regulations (HIPAA, OSHA, etc)
  • Resource for Joint Commission standards and support
  • Resource for professional practice standards
  • Develop and maintain clinical policies, procedures and forms
  • Coordinate clinical education opportunities, webinars, and training
  • Contribute to interdepartmental efforts (technology, operations, marketing, etc).

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • BSN required; MSN or MPH desirable
  • Active unencumbered RN license in at least one state with 5-10 years recent clinical and management/supervisory and training experience;
  • Outcome oriented; team player;
  • Able to work in fast paced environment with minimal supervision;
  • Ability to teach and train on processes and procedures;
  • Strong communication, training and compliance skills;
  • Ability to travel up to 50%;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products;
  • Must be able to work productively in an environment with high levels of interruption;
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills;

Desirable:

Experience with Private Duty Home Care, Medicare Home Health, Joint Commission Accreditation, Electronic Health Records, and Multi-state/Multi-Site location management.

CORE VALUES:
Candidate must have demonstrated alignment and experience in successfully living the Core Values:

  • Be Open and Positive: Approachable, Fun, Unflappable, Kind, Empathetic
  • Serve with Passion: Help First, Confident Yet Humble, For the Greater Good, Make a Real Difference
  • Do the Right Thing: Honest, Ethical, Tell the Truth
  • Do What You Say: On Time, Finish What You Start, Accountable, Take Responsibility
  • Make it Great: Continuous Improvement, Exceed Expectations, Bring Out the Best in Others, Detail Oriented

BENEFITS:

  • Competitive base salary and potential for performance bonus
  • 401(k) program with company match
  • Comprehensive health insurance plans (medical, dental, vision)
  • Company paid basic life and accidental death and dismemberment up to $250,000

Voluntary benefits:

  • Short- and long-term disability, basic life insurance, accident insurance, long-term care insurance,
  • Flexible spending accounts and dependent flexible spending
  • Identity theft coverage and pet insurance
  • Health club reimbursement
  • Paid time off and 9 company paid holidays
  • Attend and support our annual franchisee and branch leadership conferences
  • Career growth opportunities and ongoing training

Qualified Nurses please email your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title PACU Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

PACU Nurse

We are seeking an experienced PACU Nurse for our community hospital in San Antonio, TX.

**Relocation assistance is available.  Also this position is bonus eligible**

Summary:

  • This role provides direct clinical patient care in PACU
  • The role will assume responsibility for assessing, planning, implementing direct clinical care to assigned patients on a per shift basis, and unit level
  • The role is responsible for supervision of staff to which appropriate care is delegated
  • The role is accountable to support CNO to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate nursing care, competency of clinical staff, and appropriate resource management related to patient care

Qualifications & Education:

Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing or an Academic Degree in Nursing (Associates, Bachelors or Masters Degree).

Requirements:

  • Experience working in PACU
  • Strong assessment skills
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Able to be flexible in work hours and work assignments

Certifications:

Must be currently Texas licensed, certified or registered to practice profession as required by law, regulation in state of practice or policy.  PACU experience is a must.

Relocation assistance is available

Qualified PACU Nurses please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365.

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Title Respiratory Therapist
Categories Respiratory Therapist
Salary very competitive
Location Denver, CO
Job Information

Respiratory Therapist

We are seeking several Respiratory Therapist for our community hospital in Denver, CO. NICU/PICU Level 4 experience A MUST!

We provide the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. We are proud to serve our community with experienced physicians who offer a wide range of medical services for patients of all ages.

Position Summary:

  • The RRT will provide services, timely and efficiently, at appropriate levels to all patients and in all settings served by the department
  • The RRT will perform tasks and duties as outlined in the Respiratory Care Departments Policy and Procedure Manual and will maintain clinical competencies through participation in educational and orientation programs
  • The RRT should also be able to provide advanced clinical expertise and education to departmental staff members and other members of the healthcare team.

SHIFTS:

Full Time Nights (rotating weekends)

Full Time Days (rotating weekends)

NICU/PICU Level 4 experience HIGHLY PREFERRED

Licensure/Certification/Registration:

Current licensure in the State of Colorado as a Registered Respiratory Therapist.

Registration – National Board for Respiratory Care

BLS, ACLS, PALS, ART and NRP upon hire

No CRT only RRT will be accepted, NO EXCEPTIONS

Education:

Graduate of an Accredited Respiratory Therapy Program

Experience:

Min 2 yrs experience in acute care preferred.

NICU/PICU Level 4 experience HIGHLY PREFERRED

Special Qualifications:

Ability to communicate effectively with patients, families, physicians, and other health care team members. Ability to work with others within a team to ensure quality patient

Additional Information:

MUST experience in high risk delivery, using ventilators in a PICU

MUST have experience with Trachs and Vents

Must be proactively communicative and passionate with patients

MUST have NICU/PICU Level 4 experience

Facility has an ECMO team

Great opportunity to grow

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Title Medical Tech
Categories Medical Staff
Salary very competitive
Location Granite City, IL
Job Information

Medical Tech (MT/MLT)

We are seeking a certified Medical Tech (MT/MLT)) to help manage our busy laboratory in Granite City, IL.  Our team is committed to making sure that the lab is meeting all turnaround deadlines and following testing protocols exactly, and we expect our new hire to have the same goals in mind. The ideal candidate for his position will be flexible when it comes to accommodating emergency testing needs and committed to maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction.

Summary:

MT/MLT

Day/Evening/Night shifts are currently open

Associates/ or Bachelor’s  Degree in Biological Science (Microbiology and Molecular Cell Sciences or related field) with one year internship-  at least one year of experience as a MLT/MT- BLS and ASCP

Medical Technologist (MT/MLT) responsibilities and duties:

  • Perform laboratory testing and log testing results appropriately, according to established lab protocol
  • Make decisions on specimen validity within a reasonable amount of time of receiving each specimen
  • Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair any issues with the equipment used in the laboratory
  • Present clients with recollection protocols in the event that a sample is rejected
  • Verify that all test results match the specimens that were submitted and also ensure that all tests are marked and organized appropriately

Medical Tech qualifications and skills:

  • Associates Degree in Medical Lab Technician
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology
  • Valid ASCP certification required
  • Must possess a strong eye for detail

Full-time day shift Hematology/Blood Bank position, full-time MT/MLT positions on PM shift working as a generalist

Open to new graduates who have a copy of their degree (in medical technology) and proof of training in a Med Tech Program (hospital residency)- BLS- Eligible to get ASCP certification

Qualified MT Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Perioperative Nurse Director
Categories Nurse Director
Salary Very Competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

 Perioperative Nurse Director

We are offering what we believe is a wonderful Nursing Opportunity for strong Perioperative Nurse Leader who has demonstrated strong acute care management skills in the Perioperative Service Line.

POSITION SUMMARY:

In collaboration with VP Chief Operating Officer/Nursing Executive, strategically plans, organizes, directs and controls the development of the hospital’s goals and objectives related to Patient Care Services policies, programs and other related issues. Establishes and implements standards and processes required to sustain an effective quality driven patient care delivery structure and support system for our customers. Responsible for the general management and administration of the Patient Care Services function for a single site, while maintaining an integrated hospital system. You will have expanded responsibility over nursing services including but not limited to clinical and support department responsibilities. Works closely with the VP Chief Operating Officer/Nursing Officer on special projects related to clinical services and quality initiatives.

POSITION COMPETENCIES:

All competencies identified in this document are essential to the satisfactory performance of the position by any/all incumbents, with reasonable accommodation, if necessary.

1. Integrates, supports, and fulfills the ministry values. Understand, interprets, models and applies the values of the hospital. Clearly and consistently communicates values to staff, managers, and all others. Respects others for their individual differences. Demonstrates the ability to align patient care services vision with the organizational vision, mission and values.

2. To provide leadership for the department and serve as leadership model. In partnership with operational leadership, serves as the clinical leader for the hospital. Develop and plan for nursing leadership team and leadership roles; mentor nursing skills. Monitor performance management, recruitment and retention activities.
Effectively manages change and fosters innovation; promotes and models teamwork within Patient Care Services. Engages and inspires people. Promotes name recognition and market image for the services provided both within and outside the hospital. Demonstrates current knowledge about national and local issues affecting health care delivery and the discipline. Creates a work environment that exemplifies Magnet characteristics and culture .Promotes positive performance management of all direct reports as measured by achieving organizational goals for staff satisfaction and through direct leadership observation.

3. Promotes excellence in customer service.  Creates a culture of excellence and transparency Maintains focus ensuring high quality and safe patient care. Understands models of Care Delivery, needs of patients and technology used in various environments. Initiates and fosters continuous improvement and innovation within Patient Care Services; ensure strategic allocation of resources by establishing appropriate financial balance between customer need, market forces and organizational values to guarantee financial viability of the hospital. Establish environment to initiate innovative clinical care delivery systems according to best practices.

4. Demonstrates an active Commitment to organizational Improvement and performance. Promotes the development and implementation of strategies for quality, cost-effective care; foster development of customers easy access and communication; and development of strategies, partnerships and plans to maintain and continuously improve levels of customer service. Holds self and associates accountable for performance and is results oriented. Actively participates in organization quality initiatives and clinical outcomes as measured by performance monitoring, initiating action plans to address areas not meeting established benchmark goals. Develop regulatory compliance, organizational preparedness, and performance improvement for staff satisfaction that meets patient and physician satisfaction.

5. Develops others, communicates effectively Ultimately responsible for interviewing, hiring, directing, counseling, developing, and appraising Patient Care Services personnel. Delegates authority and responsibility. Ensures responsibilities, authorities, and accountability of all subordinates are defined and understood. Shares information in timely, effective manner.

6. Stewards resources, takes risks and collaborates with others
Sets and meets financial targets without compromising quality, employee morale or customer satisfaction, while continuing to demonstrate cost containment results. Develops creative solutions. Builds supportive relationships and teams. Obtains results in complex, political situations. Models effective relationships and processes within a management structure; establishes collaborative relationships with key constituencies, both internal and external

7. To provide a safe, functional, supportive and effective environment for all patients, staff members and other individuals utilizing hospital facilities. Follows all emergency and safety policies and procedures of the hospital.

Qualified Perioperative Nurse Directors please forward your resume for review to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Wellness Director
Categories Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse
Location Walla Walla, WA
Job Information

Director of Health & Wellness

We are seeking a Director of Health & Wellness for our community Assisted Living Facility in Walla Walla, WA. The Director will have 25 direct reports and will be on-call.

Job Summary:

Directs the Health and Wellness Program. Ensures that Senior Lifestyle standards and state requirements for resident care are met. Directs staff, ensures regulatory compliance and is responsible for management of clinical budget. This position reports to the Executive Director with DDHW oversight.

Essential Functions:

  • Directly oversee the delivery of care to Assisted Living residents to ensure that emotional, physical, psychological and safety needs are met through all program services and activities.
  • Coordinate, along with the Executive Director, family/resident care conferences and serve as a direct liaison between residents, families, and staff. Work with residents, families and other staff to ensure that residents are at appropriate levels of care.
  • Manage labor costs, supplies and other line items in clinical budget.
  • Monitor documentation systems to ensure that all regulatory timeframes for review of assessments and service plans are met and that resident needs are met. Write and review residents’ assessments/evaluations and care-plans with appropriate staff.
  • Assess/evaluate potential residents for Assisted Living level of care. This may involve assessing/evaluating potential residents in their home or another healthcare setting; must be able to drive to location and perform assessment/evaluation professionally and timely. Schedule and conduct new resident orientation for all Assisted Living Residents.
  • Provide, plan, schedule and monitor staff training programs and in-services for the Assisted Living staff including statutory or regulatory required training. Attend all required training, in-service, and staff meetings.
  • Manage and coordinate the work of all nursing and other assisted living staff, communicating pertinent resident health and safety information. This includes overseeing and/or completing staff schedules monthly and daily assignments.
  • Strive to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
  • Ensure compliance with all state regulatory requirements including mandatory reporting to State. Ensure that all concern and incident reports are completed, filed and that follow-up is conducted appropriately.
  • Assist and/or perform in mock surveys.
  • Maintain a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers while adhering to all policies, standards and procedures of Company.
  • Require 24/7 on-call clinical support.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Level of Formal Education: Associate’s Degree with one to two years related experience or training. Bachelor’s Degree- preferred. Minimum LPN/LVN license.

Area of Study: Nursing

Years of Experience: Mid-level (3-5 years) preferred

Type of Experience: Experience in managing associates; scheduling; communicating with families, residents and outside providers

Special Certifications: LPN/LVN or RN license required; CPR certification required

Language Skills: English

Technical Competencies: Computer literacy. Experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Internet Explorer

Skills and Ability:

Information Systems: HRIS; clinical documentation systems

Personal Attributes: Positive; Able to manage multiple high level tasks such as scheduling staff; scheduling care conferences and maintaining communication with staff and families in a professional, positive manner.

Other/Preferred: Must maintain CEU and other state requirements for the position, as applicable.

Qualified Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Pediatric Nurse Manager
Categories Nurse Manager
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

Pediatric Nurse Manager

We are seeking an experienced Pediatric Nurse Manager for our Pediatric community Residence in South Suburbs of Chicago, IL. We are searching for a Day and Night shift Peds Nurse Manager.

We are a Pediatrics Nursing Residence in the South Suburb of Chicago, IL. We are searching for an experienced Pediatric Nurse Manager that is knowledgeable with PICU or NICU along with knowing vents, trachs and g-tubes and such. The Pediatric Nurse Manager will oversee the Nursing Staff within the Residence and assist as needed should a code situation arise. The Nurse Manager will help lead, educate, and build a fast growing; result oriented Pediatrics Residence in Chicago, IL.

Must have some experience in PICU or NICU to qualify for the position! You must also be familiar with trachs, vents and g-tubes as well.

Qualified Pediatric Nurse Managers please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Director Case Management
Categories Nurse Director
Location Miami, FL
Job Information

Nurse Director of Case Management

We are seeking an experience and dedicated Nurse Director of Case Management for our community hospital in the Miami, Florida area.

Job Summary:

The Director of Case Management will direct and facilitate all processes that relate to the management and utilization of clinical resources including case management, social work services and home care planning. Responsibilities include participation in the negotiation process of managed care contracting; develops systems to effectively manage managed care contracts within the organization; provides services that meet medical, administrative, legal, ethical, and regulatory and hospital requirements; develops, monitors and maintains data collection systems to be used by senior management for hospital strategic planning. The position also requires the ability to function in a highly collaborative manner with the Controller and COO in developing and implementing strategic plans for successful managed care contracting; with the VP Quality in facilitating the data collection process leading to outcomes management; and to have a high level interface with nursing administration in coordinating the overall case management program.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Practices autonomous, evidence-based care in a collaborative environment
  • Provides culturally sensitive care for all patients specific to the population served
  • Coordinates all care with regard to the wholeness of the patient while providing individualized care
  • Assure medical necessity, appropriate level of care/services, and timely interventions are established for all patients
  • Provide leadership and direction for the department under the guidance of the CFO
  • Oversee financial management of the department
  • Manage department personnel
  • Establish and maintain effective communication
  • Direct the performance improvement activities of the department
  • Maintain a safe department work environment
  • Plan, organize and administer work in the Case Management Department by establishing services, policies and procedures in accordance with hospital policies and standard practices of professional organizations within budget and productivity standards to ensure that continuous, accurate, timely and cost effective services are provided.
  • Interpret organizational and departmental policies for staff, analyze and resolve conflicts and initiate plans to motivate staff and achieve work goals.
  • Assure that all staff is properly trained in and oriented to the work environment and have the necessary equipment and supplies to perform their job to attain high quality results and a cohesive work environment. Ensures staff is competent in use of equipment and/or supplies.
  • Hires staff, completes annual performance evaluations and coaches staff to improve work performance and provide high quality service.
  • Attend appropriate hospital committee meetings, conducts monthly departmental meetings, in-services as needed.
  • The position also requires the ability to function in a highly collaborative manner with the Controller and COO in developing and implementing strategic plans for successful managed care contracting; with the VP Quality in facilitating the data collection process leading to outcomes management; and to have a high level interface with nursing administration in coordinating the overall case management program.

Qualifications:

  • Required: Bachelor’s Degree;  Registered Nurse with an active license to practice in the state of Florida
  • Preferred: Master’s Degree; Certification in Case Management a plus

Experience:

  • Minimum five to seven years case management experience
  • Three years or more of progressive Leadership experience

Qualified Nurse Directors please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Nurse Director
Categories Registered Nurse
Salary very competitive
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

 Nurse Director Telemetry Services

**Relocation Assistance is Available**

We are seeking an experienced Nurse Director of Telemetry Services for our community hospital in San Antonio, TX area.

Job Summary:

This role provides leadership and support to the senior executive position (CNO) responsible for all nursing and other designated patient care functions/services within the hospital organization.

The role will assume responsibility for assisting in assessing, planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing practice for a busy 28 Bed Telemetry (ADC is 25) unit. Direct Reports are shift supervisors. The unit has all private rooms. Nurse to Patient ration is 1-5. Role assumes 24/7 responsibility of Director’s assigned areas.

The role is accountable to support CNO to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate nursing care, competency of clinical staff, and appropriate resource management related to patient care.

Qualifications:

  • Active and current registered nurse license in the state of residence/practice.
  • Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Proven leadership ability and hospital operational ability.
  • Ability to serve as role model and advocate for the professional discipline of nursing

Education:

Academic degree in Nursing. ADN candidates must be currently working on their BSN to qualify.

Preferred: Bachelors or Masters Degree

Required: 3 years of progressive Management experience in a hospital environment as a Manager or full time permanent Charge Nurse.

Qualified Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365.

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Title Behavioral Health Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Salary Very Competitive
Location Fort Wayne, IN
Job Information

Behavioral Health Nurse

We are seeking experienced Behavioral Health Nurse to work with our community hospital in Fort Wayne, IN.  If you are a  Nurse that prides yourself in serving the the mentally ill then this is an excellent opportunity for you. We have both full time and part time shifts available 7:00pm to 7:30am.

OPPORTUNITY:

The Registered Nurse will support the Utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care in our Long-Term Care Facility. Will performs focused interview to identify specific needs. Assess signs and symptoms indicating physiologic and psychological changes in the patient’s condition. Collects, analyzes, and interprets data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses.

Responsibilities:

  • Documents the patient’s plan of care using identified nursing diagnoses, expected patient outcomes, and selected nursing interventions.
  • Identifies and prioritizes actions based upon patient care requirements.
  • Monitors consistency between patient plan of care and actions of medical staff.
  • Performs interventions according to identified priorities, plan of care, and the facility policies and patient outcome standard.
  • Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic patient environment.
  • Initiates and evaluates patient and/or family education
  • Revises the plan of care according to evaluation, changes in medical plan of care, and effective/ineffective nursing interventions.
  • Document’s patient’s response to nursing and other interventions.
  • Uses clinical judgment in evaluation activities to meet patient care needs of an assigned floor/unit including establishing priorities.
  • Monitors safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
  • Participates in activities to facilitate good interpersonal communications with the chosen facility.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduate of an Accredited Nursing Program with a minimum of an Associate of Science in Nursing or an Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing
  • Registered Nurse License in the State of Wisconsin and BLS Health Care Provider
  • Prefer a minimum of medical-surgical experience however New Grads are welcomed

Qualified Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information

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Title Vascular Technician
Categories Medical Staff
Location Sarasota, FL
Job Information

Vascular Technician

We are seeking a certified Vascular Technician for our beautiful community hospital in the Sarasota, FL. area.

Job Summary & Requirements:

  • Perform a wide variety of ultrasound procedures. Calculate, measure, and document appropriate values on the tests performed for review and interpretation by the physicians
  • Current RVT certification and American Heart Association BLS requires. You must have 2-3 years of vascular experience to qualify

Qualified certified Vascular Technicians please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Registered Nurse
Categories Nurse
Salary very competitive
Location Fort Wayne, IN
Job Information

Medical – Surgical/Telemetry Registered Nurse (RN)

We are seeking a Med-Surg/Tele Nurse with at least one (2) years experience for our wonderful community hospital in Fort Wayne, IN area.  The Registered Nurse will deliver proper care to patients by utilizing the nursing process and nursing standards of practice.  The nurse maintains competency and applies scientific knowledge utilizing evidence based practice necessary to meet patient needs. Demonstrates progression of professional development and is supportive of the hospital’s mission, vision and values.

Requirements:

    Indian licensed Registered Nurse

•   Graduate from an accredited or approved School of Nursing

•   2  years of Tele/Med-Surg experience in an acute care setting

•   The RN must be knowledgeable of current nursing practices and current Basic Life Support is a must.

Qualified Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title PACU Nurse Manager
Categories Nurse Manager
Salary Very Competitive
Location Palm Springs, CA
Job Information

PACU/Pre-Op Nurse Manager

Sign on bonus!

We are seeking a Perioperative Nurse Manager for our community hospital in Palm Springs, California.

Hospital Summary

We are an acute-care hospital in Palm Springs, California, classified as a stroke receiving center and level 2 trauma facility with an innovative, patient centered and evidence-based Rehabilitation Services Department.  Our compassionate team provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services, including acute care rehabilitation, joint replacement & spinal surgery, neurosurgery, ICU, Telemetry, step-down care, skilled nursing, as well as outpatient therapy, hand and lymphedema clinics.

Position Overview:

  • The Perioperative Nurse Manager is responsible for the administration and supervision of nursing personnel in the Perioperative Services areas: (PACU), (Preop, including PAT); and is accountable to the Director of Surgical Services, for coordination of all nursing care given and related supporting services of the Department and personnel
  • The main function is that of leadership and promotion of cooperative staff effort
  • In the absence of the Director, the Nursing Manager assumes this responsibility and accountability
  • The Nursing Manager is responsible for the location and completion of assigned functions in the daily operation of the Perioperative Services units assigned to him/her.
  • She/He interprets hospital and departmental philosophy, objectives, policy and procedures
  • Access to all Patient Health Information for treatment purposes only

Department Specific Duties:

  • Evaluates the orientation of new employees
  • Conducts evaluations for new staff at the completion of the probationary period
  • Performs yearly performance evaluations
  • Evaluates students and allied health staff as needed
  • Participates in the disciplinary process as needed
  • Monitors staff compliance with policy and procedures
  • Interprets policy and procedures to staff members
  • Enforces compliance with policy and procedures
  • Communicates non-compliance to the Director of Surgical Services
  • Provides counseling and disciplinary measures to personnel
  • Monitors the department environmental daily and assures surveillance of safety, regulatory and infection prevention
  • Assures staff knowledge of regulatory requirements including fire and disaster safety
  • Reviews electrical safety and assures all equipment is maintained and inspected
  • Reports environmental problems to appropriate support departments
  • Encourages and atmosphere of responsiveness to physician needs and requests
  • Demonstrates commitment to continually improving service scores
  • Provides assistance to surgeons through case readiness and adequately prepared team members
  • Works to reduce OR turnover times
  • Analyzes quality, performance, and service scores, takes action and monitors for improvement
  • Assists Director in identifying goals and visionary planning
  • Attends leadership meetings and serves on hospital/departmental committees
  • Monitors budget compliance
  • Provides input into the preparation of the budget
  • Demonstrates cost reduction strategies
  • Assists with departmental statistical analysis

Qualifications:

  • Current RN licensure in the State of California
  • Current American Heart Association BLS Certification (maintain current at all times)
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Masters
  • 3 years clinical experience in Surgical Services
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills to communicate with people on all levels and able to maintain positive working relationships with patients, families, and co-workers inter- and intra-departmentally.
  • Possess active listening skills
  • Demonstrates knowledge of current nursing theory and practice
  • Compassionate, non-judgmental patient caregiver and advocate
  • Must be able to tolerate physically and mentally demanding work
  • Possesses audible acuity necessary for taking blood pressures and maintaining patient safety

Qualified Perioperative Nurse Managers please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Registered Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Location Fort Wayne, IN
Job Information

Resource Nurse

We are seeking a Resource Nurse for our community hospital in Ft. Wayne, IN area to work our 7:00pm to 7:30am shift. Are you a Registered Nurse looking to grow your career in the Resource Team? If so, we want to talk to you about our Float Pool position. We are willing to Cross train across all units which increases your pay as you are considered competent in each area ($5 + non-critical $7+critical an hour).

Responsibilities:

  • Coordination of a clinical patient population
  • Promote and maintain quality patient care
  • Lead nursing operations
  • Assist in guiding nursing staff and implement procedures, policies, practices and standards of the facility
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, leadership, and managerial skills

Qualifications:

  • Completion of a nursing program diploma or Associates Degree in Nursing from an accredited school of nursing.
  • Current Indiana State licensure as a Registered Nurse
  • BCLS at time of hire or within 90 days of hire/ cannot work independently until obtained
  • ACLS at time of hire or within 90 days of hire/cannot work independently until obtained

Benefits:

  • Sign on Bonus for eligible hires up to $7500
  • We love telling RN’s that healthcare costs from surgeries to visits are100% covered in any of the 7 hospitals within our network for you and your immediate family
  • Tuition and loan reimbursement opportunities
  • On call is time and a half

 

Qualified Nurses please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Physician
Categories Physician
Salary very competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

Physician

We have an exciting, can’t-miss opportunity for a Concierge Physician in Chicago! As the Concierge Physician, you will be treating members within this private members-only club. You will be leading your medical practice with the support of a talented team of clinical professionals. While you will be the sole Physician onsite, you will be supported and mentored by two highly reputable local physicians who sit on the medical board. One of the more lucrative benefits of this role is being credentialed and given full privileges by one of the nation’s most highly respected healthcare organizations. While you will be given autonomy to lead the medical practice, you will have the support of the company to supply you with a strong, ever-growing clientele base. In addition, you will be given the potential to expand your role in the organization as additional sites are added.

Perks of Concierge Practice:

  • Clients are excited to visit your office, remember they have opted to be proactive in their health journey
  • Innovative intake session with each client which will allow those with specific needs to receive care from onsite physical therapist, nutritionist and other highly-skilled clinical professionals
  • The autonomy of owning of practice however the stability of being a W-2 professional with company provided malpractice
  • Working within a high-end luxury private member club. Forefront of a medical practice blended with health spa and wellness center, the only one that will exist in the nation

What We Ask:

  • That you are a graduate of an accredited medical program
  • That you possess an Illinois license to practice medicine, or are eligible for Illinois license
  • That you have a minimum of five years practicing within Internal Medicine
  • That you have working experience within EMR systems
  • That you are excited to provide concierge physician services to an exclusive membership population

Schedule: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (Company will supply 24/7 call coverage)

Location: Chicago, IL (2000sf dedicated to the medical practice)

Qualified Physicians please forward your CV to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare. com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title ICU Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Salary very competitive
Location Fort Wayne, IN
Job Information

Burn Intensive Care Nurse (BICU) (Day & Night shifts available)

If you enjoy working in ICU we are searching for you.  We are seeking an experienced Intensive Care Nurse (ICU) to work our 1st shift position for our community hospital in Fort Wayne, IN.

 The Burn ICU Nurse must have at least 2 years experience in order to qualify for the position.

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Director and/or the Nurse Manager of the department and working under general supervision delivers comprehensive, high quality, individualized nursing care based upon knowledge and experience, the nursing process and leadership skills. Follows the guidelines of the established nursing standards as well as the hospital policies and procedures.

Qualifications:

Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of Indiana. Candidates with an Associate’s Degree will qualify.

Qualified BICU Nurse Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Nurse Educator
Categories Registered Nurse
Salary very competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

Pediatric Nurse Educator

**Position located in the South Suburb of Chicago, IL**

We are seeking an experienced Nurse Educator for our Pediatric community Residence in South Suburbs of Chicago, IL.

We are a Pediatrics Nursing Residence in the South Suburb of Chicago, IL. We are searching for an experienced Nurse Educator that is knowledgeable in PICU or NICU along and be familiar with vents, trachs and g-tubes. The Nurse Educator  will  oversee Nurse Education for all the Nursing Staff within the Residence. The Nurse Educator will help lead, educate, and build a fast growing; result oriented Pediatrics Residence in Chicago, IL.

Nurse Educator must have some experience in PICU or NICU to qualify for the position! You must also be familiar with trachs, vents and g-tubes as well.

Qualified Nurse Educators please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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Title Critical Care Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Location Sarasota, FL
Job Information

Critical Care  Nurse

We are seeking a Critical Care Nurse for our community hospital in the Sarasota, Florida area.

Our 312-bed regional health care system is the area’s most comprehensive health care provider. To ensure optimal patient outcomes and satisfaction, we have grown to reflect the needs of our growing community. Consistently recognized for excellence, we are proud of our accomplishments, and strive to excel in all that we do. Our recognition as one of the top 50 cardiovascular programs in the country, outstanding general surgeons, and joint replacement programs, truly reflect our vision to become “the health care provider of choice”. Our commitment to investing in the latest technology, services and talent are what drives our success and builds our future.

Requirements:

  • Critical Care Nursing experience
  • Must have an unrestricted FL or Compact Nursing License; graduated from an accredited US Nursing school
  • American Heart BLS

As part of or hospital this is an exciting opportunity to be part of the next evolution in our patient care. Imagine having an active role using your skills to help shape the future of our highly respected hospital. Your skills and talent will be rewarded with a great compensation and comprehensive benefits package: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Holiday & Vacation Pay, Tuition Reimbursement and much more!

Qualified Nurses please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Pediatrics Nurse Supervisor
Categories Registered Nurse
Salary Very Competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

Pediatric Nurse Supervisor

**Position is located in the South Suburb of Chicago, IL** Night Shift 7:00pm to 7:00am

We are seeking an experienced Pediatric Nurse Supervisor for a 13 week contract that could lead to a permanent position if it’s a good fit.

We are a Pediatrics Nursing Residence in the South Suburb of Chicago, IL.  We  are searching for an experienced Pediatric Nurse that is knowledgeable  with PICU or NICU along with knowing vents, trachs and g-tubes and such. The Pediatric Nurse will also oversee the LPN’s within the Residence and assist as needed on the floor should a code situation arise. The Nurse will help lead, educate, and build a fast growing; result oriented Pediatrics Residence in Chicago, IL.

Must have some experience in PICU or NICU to qualify for the position! You must also be familiar with trachs, vents and g-tubes as well.

Qualified Pediatric Nurses please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information

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Title Echo Tech
Categories Echo Tech
Salary very competitive
Location Sarasota, FL
Job Information

Echo Technician

We are searching for a full time Echo Technichian for the Radiology Department with our community hospital in the Sarasota, Florida area.

Job Summary:

Perform echocardiogram procedures, including TEE and Stress Echocardiograms.  Calculate, measure, and document appropriate values on the tests performed for review and interpretation by physicians.  Current ARDMS and AHA BLS certifications required.

Education: 

Associate Degree of post high school education deemed equivalent.  American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS), Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS)   Must meet any and all current Florida state requirements.

Qualified Echo Tech Candidates please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

 

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Title Cardiovascular Nurse
Categories Registered Nurse
Location Sarasota, FL
Job Information

Cardiovascular/Step-down Nurse – Night Shift!

We are seeking a Cardio/Step-down Nurse to work a night shift position with our community hospital in the Sarasota, Florida area.

Our 312-bed regional health care system is the area’s most comprehensive health care provider. To ensure optimal patient outcomes and satisfaction, we have grown to reflect the needs of our growing community. Consistently recognized for excellence, we are proud of our accomplishments, and strive to excel in all that we do. Our recognition as one of the top 50 cardiovascular programs in the country, outstanding general surgeons, and joint replacement programs, truly reflect our vision to become “the health care provider of choice”. Our commitment to investing in the latest technology, services and talent are what drives our success and builds our future.

Requirements:

  • Cardiovascular Nursing experience
  • Must have an unrestricted FL or Compact Nursing License; graduated from an accredited US Nursing school
  • American Heart BLS

As part of or hospital this is an exciting opportunity to be part of the next evolution in our patient care. Imagine having an active role using your skills to help shape the future of our highly respected hospital. Your skills and talent will be rewarded with a great compensation and comprehensive benefits package: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Holiday & Vacation Pay, Tuition Reimbursement and much more!

Qualified Nurses please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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Title Nurse Director Emergency Services
Categories Nurse Director
Salary Very Competitive
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

Administrative Nurse Director of Emergency Department

We are seeking an experienced Administrative Nurse Director of Emergency Department Services in our community hospital in San Antonio, TX area.

Relocation assistance is available for the hired Candidate.

POSITION SUMMARY:

In collaboration with VP Chief Operating Officer/Nursing Executive, strategically plans, organizes, directs and controls the development of our hospital Health’s goals and objectives related to Patient Care Services policies, programs and other related issues. Establishes and implements standards and processes required to sustain an effective quality driven patient care delivery structure and support system for our customers. Responsible for the general management and administration of the Patient Care Services function for a single site, while maintaining an integrated hospital system. Has expanded responsibility over nursing services including but not limited to clinical and support department responsibilities. Works closely with the VP Chief Operating Officer/Nursing Officer on special projects related to clinical services and quality initiatives.

POSITION COMPETENCIES:

All competencies identified in this document are essential to the satisfactory performance of the position by any/all incumbents, with reasonable accommodation, if necessary.

  1. Integrates, supports, and fulfills the ministry values of  the hospital.

Understand, interprets, models and applies the values of the hospital. Clearly and consistently communicates values to staff, managers, and all others. Respects others for their individual differences. Demonstrates the ability to align patient care services vision with the organizational vision, mission and values.

  1. To provide leadership for the department and serve as leadership model. In partnership with operational leadership, serves as the clinical leader for the hospital. Develop and plan for nursing leadership team and leadership roles; mentor nursing skills. Monitor performance management, recruitment and retention activities. Effectively manages change and fosters innovation; promotes and models teamwork within Patient Care Services. Engages and inspires people. Promotes name recognition and market image for the services provided both within and outside the hospital. Demonstrates current knowledge about national and local issues affecting health care delivery and the discipline. Creates a work environment that exemplifies Magnet characteristics and culture .Promotes positive performance management of all direct reports as measured by achieving organizational goals for staff satisfaction and through direct leadership observation.
  1. Promotes excellence in customer service. Creates a culture of excellence and transparency Maintains focus ensuring high quality and safe patient care. Understands models of Care Delivery, needs of patients and technology used in various environments. Initiates and fosters continuous improvement and innovation within Patient Care Services; ensure strategic allocation of resources by establishing appropriate financial balance between customer need, market forces and organizational values to guarantee financial viability of the hospital. Establish environment to initiate innovative clinical care delivery systems according to best practices.

 

  1. Demonstrates an active Commitment to organizational Improvement and performance. Promotes the development and implementation of strategies for quality, cost-effective care; foster development of customers easy access and communication; and development of strategies, partnerships and plans to maintain and continuously improve levels of customer service. Holds self and associates accountable for performance and is results oriented. Actively participates in organization quality initiatives and clinical outcomes as measured by performance monitoring, initiating action plans to address areas not meeting established benchmark goals. Develop regulatory compliance, organizational preparedness, and performance improvement for staff satisfaction that meets patient and physician satisfaction.

 

  1. Develops others, communicates effectively. Ultimately responsible for interviewing, hiring, directing, counseling, developing, and appraising Patient Care Services personnel. Delegates authority and responsibility. Ensures responsibilities, authorities, and accountability of all subordinates are defined and understood.  Shares information in timely, effective manner.

 

  1. Stewards resources, takes risks and collaborates with others

Sets and meets financial targets without compromising quality, employee morale or customer satisfaction, while continuing to demonstrate cost containment results. Develops creative solutions. Builds supportive relationships and teams. Obtains results in complex, political situations. Models effective relationships and processes within a management structure; establishes collaborative relationships with key constituencies, both internal and external

 

  1. To provide a safe, functional, supportive and effective environment for all patients, staff members and other individuals utilizing our facilities. Follows all emergency and safety policies and procedures.

Qualified ED  Nurse Directors please forward your resume to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com of call Eric at 773-494-9365 for more information.

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