NYU Langone Hospital–Brooklyn, formerly NYU Langone Lutheran Medical Center has undergone a dramatic transformation since becoming fully integrated into the NYU Langone system. Previously a community hospital, NYU Langone Hospital–Brooklyn is now part of a world class integrated academic medical center. Focused on providing superior care and the most advanced treatments, from the most advanced cardiac, stroke, and trauma treatment to medical and surgical interventions, NYU Langone Hospital Brooklyn leads the system in many areas of quality and safety and complex care previously delivered only at the main campus, is now routine at the Brooklyn site. The talented leadership team which leads the site is comprised of individuals who were trained at and/or have experience at other top ten academic medical centers.
The Vice President, Nursing & Patient Care Services for NYU Langone Hospital–Brooklyn will be responsible for daily operational oversight of all nursing care and activities at the Brooklyn site and for leading a wide range of strategic initiatives and innovations for the department of nursing and related clinical areas where the practice of nursing occurs. The successful candidate for this exceptional nursing leadership position will be a member of a hospital and patient care services executive team charged with achievement of excellent patient outcomes and creating a highly sought-after practice environment for nurses, nursing staff and interdisciplinary colleagues.
This position is of vital importance to the Hospital and the successful candidate will join an exceptional leadership team making significant and dramatic contributions to the health of its community and the success of the Health System every day. The successful candidate will be responsible for a broad and deep portfolio of leadership and operational activities.
Master’s Degree in Nursing required, doctoral preferred
Registered Nurse with minimum ten years nursing leadership experience which includes prior experience in senior nurse leadership position; previous experience in Magnet hospital highly desirable.
Prior experience with nursing staff who are governed by a collective bargaining agreement is highly preferred.
Excellent communication and demonstrated positive relationship building skills.
A highly collaborative style with a deep commitment to quality outcomes, innovation and developing the next generation of nursing leadership. Demonstrated track record of working collaboratively to build successful clinical programs with leadership.