Nurse Manager Outpatient Surgery Center
Department: Surgery Center
Categories: Nursing, Professional
Shift: 6:30 AM-3:30 PM
Do you love being a Registered Nurse who cares about providing positive outcomes for your patients? Would you like to work in a culture of caring people, caring for people? Then, we want to talk to you.
Why Lee Health:
• Hiring incentive for relocation, if eligible
• Low cost, comprehensive Benefits package, including retirement match
• Expense paid on-site interview
• Our Nurses are excellent communicators, strong team players, and awesome care givers. We measure success in the smiles on our patient’s faces as they work to become the best they can be.
Now is the best time to join our caring, compassionate team at Lee Health. Not only will you get to work for one of the largest non-profit Health System’s in the USA receiving no direct tax support, but you will also be a part of a team of Caring People. Inspiring Health.
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Manages a defined area of organized patient care services: Lee Memorial Hospital Outpatient Surgery Center. The Manager actively participates in organizational leadership functions and collaborations with other organizational leaders and medical staff in designing and providing patient care and services. Managers allocate available resources to promote safe// efficient// effective and compassionate nursing care// provide input into executive level decisions and keep staff informed of executive level activities. Managers provide direction to patient care staff to promote quality patient care// nursing services and a culture of safety on a continuous basis. The Manager is responsible for ensuring consistent nursing standards guide the provision of nursing care. He/she serves on the Nursing Leadership Council to provide clinical perspectives to issues// as well as// serves as a staff and patient and family advocate. Responsible for directing and coordinating patient care// within their defined area of responsibility// through established standards subscribed by the American Nurses Association and in accordance with the Florida Nurse Practice Act.
|Degree/Diploma Obtained||Program of Study||Required/|
|Minimum Years Required||Area of Experience||Required/|
|3 Years||Nursing Leadership||Required||and|
State of Florida Licensure Requirements
|Registered Nurse License||Required|