Nurse Manager Surgical Services
Grafton, West Virginia
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Working at Mon Health
Grafton City Hospital is a rural hospital with vision, diversity, stability, and a future. A strong contributor to the county’s economic status as it is the one of the largest employers in Taylor County at GCH, we have one simple mission: We are committed to the promotion of wellness and to the provision of comprehensive healthcare to our community with respect to all people. Grafton is located in the heart of northern West Virginia. Nestled inside of Taylor County, Grafton, the county seat, is centrally located less 30 miles from Morgantown, Bridgeport and Fairmont, WV. Our 100 plus dedicated and caring employees are encouraged to employ their talents and abilities to solve any challenge faced by our patients and the surrounding community.
While many hospitals, especially rural hospitals, are closing because of ever declining reimbursement for the services they provide, Grafton City Hospital continues get stronger by operating more efficiently and providing excellent healthcare to our community.
Under the direct supervision of the Director Acute Care Nursing Services, performs managerial function for Surgical Services Department. Has overall responsibility for coordination of all nursing unit functions for Surgical Services. Is responsible and accountable for ensuring the provision of high-quality nursing care on the OR unit following established policies and procedures. Supervises the administration of nursing care necessary for the department to operate efficiently and effectively.
- Responsible for the direct and indirect total nursing care of the patient, using nursing processes collaboratively with other health care providers. Participates in quality improvement, unit operations, policy formation and staff development. Promotes and provides education for the patient, family, peers and community. Anticipates and acts to maintain a safe environment for the patient and others.
- Maintains a courteous and professional manner in dealing with patients, visors, medical staff, fellow employees, and students.
- Implements clinical and technical aspects of care in accordance with existing hospital policies and procedures.
- Uses nursing processes throughout the patient stay to meet physical and psychosocial needs and participates with the patient, family in ethical issues/concerns.
- Fosters effective relationships interdepartmentally; coordinates the needs of nursing with those of supporting departments and assists in solving problems relative to the welfare of patient and staff.
- Demonstrates understanding of and participates in unit-bases, interdepartmental, and Hospital quality assesses/improvement programs.
- Interviews and assesses patient and/or family to obtain required information; using professional judgement to determine plan of patient care to meet patient needs.
- In emergency situations, i.e. Code Blue, makes accurate assessments and decisions, ensuring intervention is prompt and appropriate.
- Demonstrates understanding of and adheres to Department’s and Hospital Infection Control policies.
- Demonstrates compliance with existing standard and policies.
- Continually evaluates current nursing practice and patient care delivery models to improve the quality and efficiency of patient care.
- Follows all policy relative to maintenance of privacy, safety protocols, complaint resolution, respectful workplace, etc.
- Graduate of an accredited school of nursing (AND or BSN).
- One year experience in critical care experience
- One-year experience in an Operating Room/PACU experience
- Demonstrated knowledge of general theory and practice.
- Ability to work and deal effectively with others.
- Ability to work with minimal supervision and adapt to each provider.
- Exp using EHR
- Demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining interpersonal relationship with co-workers.
- Ability to remain calm in stressful situations.
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS
- Current RN License from the WV Board of Nursing.
- BLS certification or obtained within 6 months of employment
- PALS certification or obtained within 6 months of employment
- ACLS certification or obtained within 6 months of employment
- Certification in perioperative Nursing (CNOR) preferred
- CRNFA, CNOR preferred
Location: Grafton City Hospital · Operating Room
Schedule: Full Time, Days
Our compensation and benefits are designed to help you and your family stay healthy and thrive in and beyond work.
Paid Time Off
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