DescriptionSHIFT: Days (rotating weekends)
Clinical Nurse Coordinator-Registered Nurse (RN)
Medical Surgical-4th Floor
Full-Time Days FTE 0.9University Hospital and Medical Center Tamarac, FL
University Hospital and Medical Center is a 317-bed acute care hospital offering a wide range of surgical and medical services Since opening in 1974, we have distinguished ourselves as a leader in breakthroughs in orthopedic care as well as joint replacement. We continue to build on this tradition in our Orthopedic and Spine Institute. Our Center for Behavioral Health offers inpatient child, adolescent, adult and geriatric services while our outpatient services include a Partial hospitalization program (PHP), Intensive outpatient program (IOP) and a 24 hour behavioral health support hotline. They are also a certified Baker Act receiving facility. University is licensed by Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration and certified by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center. Our family-friendly ER provides expert, compassionate care for patients of all ages and special accommodations for seniors. Other specialty services include a wound care center as well as comprehensive diagnostic services accredited in multiple modalities including pediatric CT imaging by the American College of Radiology.
We continue a proud tradition of providing high quality personalized care in our local community. Explore possibilities to join our team where colleagues are valued and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect, and dignity.Benefits:
We offer you an excellent total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent benefit package and growth opportunities. We believe in our team and your ability to do excellent work with us. Your benefits include 401k, PTO medical, dental, flex spending, life, disability, tuition reimbursement, employee discount program, and employee stock purchase program. We would love to talk to you about this fantastic opportunity.
The Clinical Nurse Coordinator (CNC) ensures and delivers high quality, patient-centered care and coordination of all functions in the unit/department during the designated shift. In collaboration with other members of the management team, the CNC directs, monitors, and evaluates nursing care in accordance with established policies/procedures, serves as a resource person for staff, and models a commitment to the organization's vision/mission/values to support an unparalleled patient experience and clinical outcomes that contribute to overall departmental performance. As a Clinical Nurse Coordinator (CNC) in the Medical Surgical Unit, some of your responsibilities will be to:
- Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to coordinate, evaluate, customize, and deliver high quality, patient-centered care.
- Exercise judgement and provides direction regarding patient care assignments using established policies/procedures.
- Operationalize evidence-based practices to enhance patient safety and quality outcomes.
- Support the achievement of internal/external benchmarks, accreditations, and designations.
- Ensure compliance with all policies, procedures, and regulatory standards.
- Assist with staff scheduling.
- Manage all practical aspects of staff labor in accordance with patient care needs and established productivity guidelines.
- Support proper inventory control and assists with managing supplies and equipment.
- Represent the organization positively within the community; participates in company-supported community/patient events and in-services.
- Lead in a way that inspires commitment to the vision/mission/values of the organization.
- Support the efforts of the facility to improve engagement by operationalizing current nursing strategies, including employee rounding, hourly rounds, and other initiatives.
- Function as a resource person for staff members.
- Provide coaching, feedback, and training to improve performance and engagement.
- Provide recommendations related to interviewing, selecting, and training new staff.
- Recommend and implements courses of action, including training and development, conflict resolution, personnel policy compliance, completion of performance evaluations, and/or disciplinary actions to ensure a competitively superior organization.
- Resolve and/or channel employee grievances, disputes, or concerns according to appropriate procedures. Escalates issues as needed
- Support physician partnerships.
- Build trust and act with authenticity to cultivate a culture of integrity, inclusion, and mutual respect.
- Deliver information in a clear, concise, and compelling manner to effectively engage others and achieve desired results.
- Develop and strengthen collaborative relationships with both internal and external stakeholders to advance the care of our patients and the growth of HCA.
- Lead others to accomplish organizational goals and objectives, to provide meaningful coaching and mentoring to increase the capabilities of individuals and teams, and to drive employee engagement.
- Make timely, informed decisions that are in the best interest of our patients, employees, providers, community, and HCA.
- Identify opportunities for improvement and innovation, remove barriers and resistance, and enable desired behaviors.
- Commit to the success and financial wellbeing of HCA by challenging others to excel and by holding themselves and others accountable for achieving results.
- Demonstrate an uncompromising commitment to delivering exceptional care to create an unmatched value proposition for our patients.
- Use independent judgment and decision making in the execution of supervisory responsibilities, including when considering schedules, workload, and skill mix in assigning work; rewarding, counseling, or disciplining employees; leading and developing others; and directing employees within their responsibility.
- Licensed Registered Nurse in the state of Florida o or Recognized Compact Licensure (subject to Florida State Licensing Requirements, including/not limited to ongoing eligibility and duration provisions).
- American Red Cross or American Heart Association Advanced Life Support Course (ALS or ACLS) and certification.
- American Red Cross or American Heart Association Basic Life Support Course (BLS or BCLS) and certification.
- American Red Cross or American Heart Association Pediatric Life Support Course (PALS) and certification preferred.
- Two (2) year Associate Degree (ASN) required.
- Four (4) year Bachelor Degree (BSN) preferred.
- Minimum one (1) year of applicable experience required .
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