Southern California Established Vascular & Interventional Group (100+ employees) is looking for a Chief Nursing Officer to lead 25+ Surgical Staff in a 12,000+ sq ft 4 Operating Room Outpatient Surgery Center with state of the art equipment (Fixed Cath lab, C-arms, & Surgical Suite).
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Benefits : Great Work-Life Balance (No weekends, nights or hospital work), Comprehensive Health & Dental Benefits, 401k, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Relocation & CME Reimbursements along with performance bonuses & upward mobility within our organization.
The CNO / Administrator is responsible for planning, leading and directing day-to-day surgical operations. Provides interventional physicians with the resources required to meet patient needs and meet the financial objectives of the group practice.
Position Responsibilities :
1. Clinical Services : Promotes that the surgical programs and clinical services are in compliance with the respective components of regulatory body and accrediting body standards. Work in conjunction with the Medical Director in the evaluation and development of existing and new surgical services at the facility.
2. Personnel Administration: Review employee performance as evaluated by their respective managers, ensuring that reviews occur as scheduled or at least annually for each employee. Develop employee productivity analysis and assure efficiency of staff levels through increases or reductions in the work force as necessitated by changes in surgical case volume. Implements a program of job based orientation, training, and on going evaluation for all employees.
3. Quality Improvement: Develop, evaluate and promote implementation of a continuous quality improvement program. Administer the infection control program and medical staff review of the quality improvement program.
4. Medical Staff Relationships: Process the credentialing of practitioners of the facility. Collaborate with the Medical Director in the review and revision of the Medical Staff Bylaws and Rules and Regulations on a biannual basis.
To learn more about our company, watch our video at www.vascularhealth.com/careers.
Education: Bachelor's degree in nursing required. Master's degree or higher in healthcare preferred. Current unrestricted California RN license.
Experience: Minimum three years of experience in the administration of an ambulatory surgery center.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits : Great Work-Life Balance (No weekends, nights or hospital work), Comprehensive Health & Dental Benefits, 401k, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Relocation & CME Reimbursements along with performance bonuses & upward mobility within our organization.
Vascular Health is a large multi-specialty group practice with 15+ providers and 100+ employees driven by a common mission : To help build an Amputation Free Kern County where people Walk Faster, Stronger, & Live Longer.
As Kern County's leading provider of comprehensive cardiovascular treatments, Vascular Health works hard to acquire, retain, and grow leading talent in our industry. We underst...and that people are the driver for our continued success and we have designed our culture to foster growth, reward performance, and support the lives of people that come in and out of our offices every day.
To find out more about our career opportunities, please visit our careers page : www.vascularhealth.com/careers.