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Our Nursing Supervisors in UH Seidman Cancer Center (SCC) will collaborate with the acute care nursing supervisor in order to facilitate movement of patients to appropriate and alternate levels of care as needed.
- Takes physician orders and completes admission assessments and other admission activities or discharges in times of unusually high activity.
- Maximizes patient throughput by working with the SCC nursing divisions, surgical areas and ED to adequately plan for admissions and discharges.
- In conjunction with the acute care nursing supervisor, coordinates adequate staffing within SCC.
- Promotes a positive patient experience by assisting staff with complex family situations, conducting leadership rounds and follow-up phone calls. Functions as resource and educator for SCC staff.
- Assists with chemo administration within other areas of the hospital.
- Manages patient flow and manages routine clinical operations through procurement of resources necessary to provide patient care. Works collaboratively with the charge nurse to ensure each area is staffed appropriately.
- Assumes the role of leadership in the absence of SCC inpatient leader.
- Conducts evening SCC staffing huddle and determines SCC staffing in conjunction with Acute Care Supervisor.
- Insuring provision of care, restraint utilization, safety and regulatory standards.
- Attends all codes (blue, white, violent and assist where necessary) within SCC.
- Providing administrative, operational and clinical support to patient care areas and administration.
- Assists leadership with driving change within SCC as it relates to quality initiatives and new processes.
- Responsible for maintaining the environment of care and attending to the needs of the clinical staff through visibility / presence in the clinical areas, coaching, and assisting in the completion of patient care activities.
- Responsible for addressing staff concerns, leading through change and helping to create a conducive and positive work environment.
- Assists with staff education.
- Serves as the lead for disaster management in the absence of leadership management. Ability to deliver service recovery to patients and family members to ensure a positive experience.
This is a part time (20hrs/week) working weekends only Day/Evening shift.
- 5yrs clinical nursing experience required, oncology experience strongly preferred
- Graduate of an accredited nursing program, BSN preferred
- RN licensure in the State of Ohio required
- BLS, ACLS required within first 6 months of hire
- Chemotherapy privileged strongly preferred
Associated topics: bsn, care, care unit, ccu, intensive care unit, maternal, mhb, neonatal, nurse clinical, surgical
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