If where you work matters to you, this hospital will be the right place for your career to blossom! A wonderful career opportunity for Nurse Coordinator for Wound Care Ostomy Clinic is now available with a prestigious non profit hospital in beautiful and coastal city Western Washington!
The Wound Care and Ostomy Clinic Nurse Coordinator will work for one of the largest Catholic health care systems in the United State that is devoted to a ministry of healing and hope. Serving through a network of almost 50 acute-care hospitals, 410 outpatient facilities, 37 long-term care facilities, and numerous home health offices and hospice programs in ten states, the organization draws on a rich and compassionate history of care extending beyond 140 years.
The Nurse Coordinator for Wound Care Ostomy Clinic will coordinate an interdisciplinary team approach in the care of patients at the hospital with altered skin integrity and alteration in elimination. The Wound Care and Ostomy Clinic Supervisor will provide assessment, development, and implementation of the plan of care, evaluating the effectiveness of that care, directing emergency interventions as needed, and collaborating with physicians, team members, and others to optimally manage patient care in the interest of the patient, acting as a patient advocate when necessary.
The Nurse Coordinator for Wound Ostomy Clinic will be responsible for the daily activities of patient flow to provide for the smooth operation of the unit. The Wound Care Ostomy Nurse Supervisor will oversee the clinical and medical plans of care of the department's patient population in order to ensure that patients and families receive an optimum level of care.
Reporting to the Director of Clinical Operations, the Wound Ostomy Clinic Nurse Coordinator will be accountable for problem resolution, orienting, and mentoring of department personnel. The ideal candidate for the Wound Care Clinic Nurse Coordinator will have supervisory or leadership capacity and demonstrated expertise in patient care management, and successful completion of area specific training program with WOCN certification.
The healthcare system aims to be transformational, both in ministry and operations as it adheres to and exceeds national performance benchmarks. By working together, it has become one of the strongest and most respected networks of not-for-profit community hospitals in the country. Its culture and operating model are focused solely on how it can create a superior patient care experience supported by operational and service excellence. Join the team now!