Assistant Vice President Health System Emergency Departments

 

An exciting new opportunity just opened for a Regional Director Emergency Nursing Operations with a prestigious hospital in Coastal Delaware. This ED Nurse Leader will join a large healthcare system that is growing by the day and directing the operations of the health system's three EDs

The Magnet hospital prides itself on its continued dedication to advancement of the profession of nursing enhancing the overall health status of the community and introducing innovative technologies.This non-profit 650-bed hospital recently announced its plans to open a brand new hospital and this Regional Director would play a crucial role in the new ED's development from start to finish. Along with the new hospital's 20 beds, the regional  Director will run the 45-bed ED at the Main Campus and 10 beds at the health system's stand-alone ED.

Reporting to the Chief Nursing Officer, the Regional Nurse Director of Emergency Services will be responsible for daily operations, quality assurance, hospital compliance, and performance improvement initiatives. The  Regional ED Nurse Director ensures ethical practice and provides overall responsibility for the functioning of the unit. This leader will also help grow the department, educate leadership and staff, and implement departmental procedures. The Emergency Department regional Nursing Director helps set high nursing standards while promoting a collaborative work environment. 

This hospital is located in an exciting area just off the Delaware coast and is not far from Philadelphia or Baltimore.This town boasts a great school district and is a perfect place to raise a family. There are also many attractions, such as their beautiful beaches, unique shops, and exquisite dinning.

This hospital offers a competitive base salary, an array of benefits, and a great place to work. This is great opportunity to join one of the best healthcare systems in the region.

 
 
$131,2120-$176,111 
Job posted 32 days ago








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