An incredible opportunity is now available for a Nurse Director of ICU and Emergency Services. Located in Southern California, an award-winning hospital is seeking a Nurse Director of Intensive Care and Emergency Services to join their staff.
The Nurse Director will be responsible for both, the Intensive Care Unit and the Emergency Department. In this position, the Nurse Director of ED and ICU will supervise, assess, plan, implement and evaluate the delivery of patient care. Reporting to the Chief Nursing Officer, the Nurse Director will be accountable to the CNO for maintenance of quality standards, staff competencies and unit specific metrics. This hospital is consistently decreasing patient ER wait time, LWOS metrics, and hospital acquired infections. The Nurse Director of ICU and ED will lead a staff that will supervise an eight bed ICU unit as well as the Emergency Department. Experienced Emergency Room Nurse Managers and Critical Care Nurse Managers will report and support the Nurse Director.
This Medical Center is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and received an award for one of the Top 100 Hospitals in the Nation. With 110 beds, this hospital was also recognized in the top 5% in the nation for Patient Safety in 2020. The Nurse Director of ICU and ED will be pleased to work for a not-for-profit organization that cares for pediatrics, adolescents, adults and older adult patients.
Located in Los Angeles, California, this hospital is in the perfect location for a Nurse Director who enjoys a quieter neighborhood. In close vicinity to the big city and Disneyland, this neighborhood is a great place to raise a family. The city and its surrounding area are known for its beautiful history, National Forests, and close locality to the California beaches. The sunny Climate in Southern California will allow for the ED and ICU Nurse Director to enjoy their new community while also enjoying the beautiful landscape of the Medical Center property.
The Nurse Director of Intensive Care and Emergency Services is expected to have experience in team management and in a clinical/acute care setting. The Nurse Director will assume 24-hour accountability and should assume 24-hour administrative responsibility for the management of all critical care nursing service functions.