Palomar Health is looking for a Director Wound Care to provide administrative leadership and oversight responsibility of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Inpatient and Outpatient clinics. This position will report to the VP of Continuum Care with the support of 2 Supervisors at each site and 9 direct reports total 23 FTEs.
The Director will play an active role in developing a high performing team, establishing goals and demonstrating best practices, modeling behavior standards, and ensuring a high level of productivity in the department. This role is integral in maintaining strong positive relations with hospital team members, medical staff, patients and the communities we serve.
Palomar Health offers competitive salary and comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, tuition reimbursement, 457 retirement plan, and 401(a) pension plan.
Come join us in delivering on our vision to be the health system of choice for patients, physicians, and employees, recognized nationally for the highest quality of clinical care and access to comprehensive services!
Minimum Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or related field; Master’s Degree within 3 years from date of hire. Minimum Experience: 5 years wound care or related experience; 3 years most recent leadership experience; experience leading hospital service lines. Required License: Current CA RN license Required Certification: American Heart Association recognized BLS - Heartsaver
Internal Number: 27542
About Palomar Health
The centerpiece of your health care system is Palomar Medical Center Escondido, accredited by The Joint Commission and named one of America's Top 250 Hospitals by healthgrades. The 740,000-foot 11-story hospital facility opened in 2012. The medical center features 288 private single-patient rooms, 44 emergency and trauma rooms and 11 operating rooms. The 56-acre campus will expand in phases - up to double its current size - to meet the developing needs of North San Diego County's growing community. As one of the country’s largest hospital construction projects and the first new North County San Diego hospital in 30 years, the new campus has already captured the attention of health care professionals worldwide for its use of nature, light and space -- all designed to speed healing. Among the natural features is our 1.5-acre green roof that sits atop the second floor, lush with drought-resistant vegetation with a beautiful view for south-facing patients