Supervisor Administrative House
Company: Hospital Corporation of America
Location: Edmond, Oklahoma
Posted: November 10, 2017
Reference ID: 25901-27764
Administrative House Supervisor
Full Time Day Position
Under limited administrative direction, provides clinical resources to patient care units .
• Provides and directs clinical resources for patient care units based on Bed Management priorities and at the discretion of the Clinical Coordinator.
• Provides transfer and admissions assessments for patients moving from one level of care to another. Facilitates discharge of patients that are ready to depart.
• Assists in the assessment of clinical situations and performing the transfer of critical patients to Critical Care units when necessary.
• Assists in procedures for patients with complex health problems. Assists families and patient care teams during health crisis situations.
• As delegated, assists in resolving family/patient complaints and addressing improvements in behavior of staff, residents or physicians.
• Performs administrative duties as assigned. Provides nursing leadership in emergency situations and/or patient code situations until relieved by another qualified or designated leader.
• Performs other duties as assigned
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
Experience: Three (3) years experience as a supervisor or charge nurse. Or may substitute a Master's Degree in Nursing for one (1) year of the required experience.
Certifications/Registrations Required: Possession of a valid Oklahoma license as a Registered Nurse. ACLS and PALS.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Knowledge of nursing theory, standards of nursing care, practices, techniques and procedures.
• Knowledge of hospital organization, nursing administration, personnel management, local policies and procedures and regulations of accreditation agencies.
• Knowledge of principles and methods of supervision.
• Skill in administering effective nursing care and other advanced nursing care.
• Ability to provide leadership in challenging and/or unfamiliar circumstances.
• Good communication skills, both written and verbal.
• Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with medical staff.