A career opportunity with uncapped growth potential available for a Women and Infant Services Administrative Nurse Director is available at a world-class acute care health system in Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established Academic Medical Center and work with C-level executives to expand an already successful Women's and Children's Service Line. There are nearly 9,000 births annually at this Magnet Hospital.
The OB/GYN RN Service Line Director will work for a huge health system at one of its flagship hospitals. The system boasts high-quality nursing standards and unmatched patient satisfaction, along with a strong commitment to employee engagement. If you are looking for a chance to take your Healthcare Leadership skills to the next level, this is the next logical step for your career. The Administrative Nurse Director will have 14 Nurse Managers reporting to them.
The system provides unparalleled Women’s Services, including everything from Gynecology, Labor and Delivery, NICU, and Pediatrics. The ideal candidate will be experienced OB/ GYN service line development.
Women and Infant Services Administrative Nurse Director will report to the Vice President of Clinical Services and guidance of the Medical Director. The Administrative Service Line Director ensures service and programmatic development, physician integration, and resource utilization and control to support and enhance patient care and growth. This position is accountable for planning, organizing, and providing administrative direction and control of the OB-GYN Service Line and other departments as assigned. The Director is responsible for implementing and directing programs within the OB-GYN Service Line.
This Business Development OB/GYN Service Line Director will have continuous interaction with physicians, patients, payers, community agencies, and other clinicians and leaders to ensure an integrated OB/-GYN program initiative. The Director leads, markets, and promotes the service line throughout the regional community. The incumbent facilitates and evaluates current programs and develops new programs to ensure a world-class quality of care.
This role will have a high level of accountability. It will be in charge of hiring staff, maintaining quality standards, developing goals and objectives, implementing change, and growing the service line. The ideal candidate for this role will have previous experience in both L&D and Maternal Child Health, along with strong leadership skills.
This top-notch health system will move very quickly to bring a highly seasoned Maternity Nursing Executive on board. This role will offer a generous compensation package and a full array of benefits.