An awarded and established hospital in Northern California is actively interviewing for a Clinical Nurse Manager to oversee a bustling PreOp, PACU (Post Anesthesia Care Unit), and GI services line. Join one of the best hospitals in NorCal, and lead an experienced team of nurses in a busy service line.
This community medical center, as part of a larger non-profit healthcare system, sets the bar for patient satisfaction and quality execution in Northern California. Receiving high praise for the services it provides in Comprehensive Cancer Care and Rehabilitation, Stroke and Coronary Care, Antepartum Services, and patient satisfaction, the Clinical GI and PACU Manager will discover a fantastic opportunity to grow with an outstanding organization.
This community medical center is searching for an experienced paranesthesia nurse leader to oversee an 8 bed Pre-Operative area, as well as a 16-bed Post Anesthesia Care Unit. Supporting a 6 OR surgical unit that sees over 100 procedures weekly, the Clinical Nurse Manager of PACU will take oversight of an incredibly important part of the surgical process. You’ll also serve as the clinical leader for inpatient and outpatient Gastrointestinal (GI) procedures which take place in two specialty rooms.
Reporting to the Regional Director of Perioperative Services, the PreOp / PACU Clinical Manager will play a critical, on-the-ground role at this medical center. You’ll be supported by two experienced CPAN Charge Nurses who bring a lot of clinical and administrative know-how to the unit. Also reporting to you is an outstanding team of skilled RNs who are practiced in the full range of pari-anesthesia services.
This is an ideal role for an experienced GI or PACU RN who’s served as a Charge Nurse or Nursing Supervisor in Perioperative Services. This is because you’ll play a central and diverse role in the operations of the unit, serving as both a clinical and administrative leader. Clinically, the Nurse Manager will develop and execute education initiatives to ensure the staff is performing in alignment with best-practices and hospital guidelines. You’ll also pay close attention to performance and procedure metrics, to ensure that your department is running lean and clean.
Though you’ll also be expected to provide direct patient care, you’ll also take on some administrative duties such as staffing, overseeing the schedule, and serving as the departmental repository for quality and compliance data. Appropriate familiarity with a broad range of local, state, and federal compliance guidelines.
California’s Northern Coast is well known for its beauty, its peace, and quiet. With thousands of acres of National and State Forests, gorgeous coastal weather, and some of the finest country seafood around, there’s no wonder that people never want to leave. The outdoors person will find hiking, biking, boating, fishing, and just about everything else that can be done under the sun. When the Clinical PACU and GI Manager needs some time in the city, you’ll enjoy the twisty roads through quaint, small towns you your way south to Sonoma, Napa, or San Francisco.
The GI Clinical Nurse Manager will serve in a full-time role, and will take responsibility for a growing department that is as critical as it is complex. To help you meet that challenge, you will be supported by a generous benefits package and a competitive compensation.