Intermountain Healthcare Pediatric RN Manager -Brain & Spine - Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah
Manages all operational aspects of the Shared Space Outpatient Clinics both at Primary Children's main campus and Riverton. Develops and oversees the budget for assigned departments, expands programs and services to improve the care delivered to patients, oversees the staff and ensures that the staff competencies, equipment and facility support the provision of extraordinary care. Partners with key stakeholders, including but not limited to, University of Utah physicians and staff and community providers to ensure that patients and families have a positive experience.
Executes day-to-day operational strategy. Uses resources effectively and assists with managing expenses to meet financial goals of the clinics. Participates in collaborative problem-solving among interdepartmental disciplines. Advocates for resources to promote efficient, effective, safe and compassionate care and service based on current best practice standards. Works in close collaboration with Department Director in the development, implementation and management of the annual capital/operating budget, strategic plans and organizational goals.
Ensures employee level performance and compliance with patient safety initiatives and all applicable internal and external standards (e.g. Joint Commission, OSHA, CMS, DOPL, and other applicable standards of care). Collaborates with other clinic managers and clinical experts to ensure consistency in care and diagnostic standards between Primary Children's facilities in areas of accountability. Takes a leadership role in quality improvement and other projects to improve patient care delivery as delegated by Department Director. Effectively uses professional and organizational best practices to ensure the delivery of quality care and service.
Takes a leadership role in implementing and modeling Intermountain Healthcare's mission, vision and values. Ensures the incorporation of the Healing Commitments, Healing Connections and Primary Children's Philosophy (The Child First and Always) in all aspects of care and service delivery. Provides input to and assists with implementation of department strategies to improve patient satisfaction.
Mentors, develops, and supports staff and leadership roles. Models and fosters a culture of professionalism and employee engagement in the department. Ensures competent and sufficient number of staff through recruitment, retention and development strategies to meet care and/or service needs. Responsible for performance management and evaluation of assigned department staff, utilizing Department Director and HR Consultant as needed. Supports professional educational opportunities. Utilizes participative management models and shared decision making to ensure staff input in department level decisions and department input into executive-level decisions. Keeps staff informed of executive level activities.
Partners with Department Director and physicians to achieve clinical, operational, and service goals as appropriate.
Communicates to staff and encourages participation in opportunities for community outreach activities (e.g. health fairs; middle and high school education). Manages, coordinates and supports student activities as appropriate. Supports staff participation in outside community organizations such as volunteer health promotion activities and advisory boards for health related organizations.
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution (degree will be verified).
Three years of leadership in ambulatory healthcare.
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Experience in managing budgets and financial aspects of healthcare departments.
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Experience in developing, writing and implementing strategic plans.
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Computer skills in working with spreadsheets, word processing, email and presentations.
Pediatric RN work experience
RN work experience with brain and spine areas
Hearing/Listening, Manual Dexterity, Seeing, Speaking, Standing.
Primary Childrens Outpatient Clinic
Salt Lake City
Scheduled Weekly Hours:
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