Are you an experienced Nurse Manager of Intensive Care Unit ICU seeking for new challenges and excitement in your career? Can you picture yourself living and working in the coastal and beautiful San Francisco's peninsula in Northern California surrounded by waterfront destinations, mountain retreats and wine countries? If so, this could the perfect career opportunity for you!
The Nurse Manager of Critical Care Unit CCU will join a reputable 400 plus bed Medical Center that is not-for-profit, faith based and provides a full range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and diagnostic services to communities in the area.
The Manager of Intensive Care Unit ICU will be part of an organization where keeping the communities healthy has been the mission of the hospital ever since the hospital was founded over a century ago. Today, the Medical Center is one of the region's leading not-for-profit hospitals.
The Nurse Manager of Intensive Care Unit ICU will work under the direction of the Critical Care Nursing Director to provide, delegate, and coordinate nursing care provided for the ICU at the hospital. The Critical Care Unit CCU Nurse Manager provides supervisory direction for the development and evaluation of all nursing personnel, while maintaining operational aspects of the patient care unit in collaboration with support services.
The Intensive Care Unit ICU Clinical Nurse Manager will contribute to nursing and the hospital through support of philosophy and objectives, educational and research efforts. The Nurse Manager of Critical Care Unit CCU will be the front line supervisor for assigning, building and directing teams to provide care to the patients assigned.
The Nurse Manager of Intensive Care Unit ICU will collaborate with the nursing staff to meet the National Patient Safety Goals and Core Measure Initiatives especially those specific to Critical Care. The Nurse Manager of Critical Care Unit CCU will be proactive in identifying needs of staff and resolves issues to improve patient care and supports nursing leadership directives and initiatives.
The hospital offers full acute care services include behavioral medicine, cardiac and vascular care, intensive and general medical care, oncology, orthopedic care, rehabilitation, specialized and general surgery, and women’s and children’s services. As a major community hospital, the hospital plays an important role in training physicians, nurses and other medical professionals and they are an