The Chief Nurse Executive (CNE) provides direction, leadership, planning, organization and general management for all aspects of patient care within Modesto Medical Center and Kaiser Foundation Hospital Manteca. The CNE ensures integration of services and compliance with long-range objectives and strategies, including the provision of excellent quality services and responsible fiscal management. This role provides strategic leadership as the patient care executive responsible for the professional practice of nursing and other designated patient care services.
The Chief Nurse Executive has oversight for the professional practice of nursing and the provision of nursing care in all licensed and surveyable areas of the medical centers. Oversight is defined as having responsibility for regulatory, quality, service, resources, nursing staff competency and evaluation of the overall delivery of patient care.
This role represents the professional practice of nursing and clinical provision of care as a member of the medical center executive leadership team, the medical executive committee and other medical staff committees.
The Chief Nurse Executive will role model and embed into practice the following:
The Kaiser Permanente Mission and Vision
The Kaiser Permanente Nursing Professional Practice Model
The Kaiser Permanente Nursing Vision
The Kaiser Permanente Cross Regional Nursing Strategic and Operational Plan
American Organization of Nurse Executives Nurse Executive Competencies
American Nurses Association’s Nursing Administration Scope and Standards of Practice
American Nurses Association’s Code of Ethics for Nurses
ANCC Magnet ® Framework: Transformational Leadership; Structural Empowerment; Exemplary Professional Practice; New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements; and Empirical Outcomes
ABOUT THE MEDICAL CENTERS
Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Manteca/Modesto consists of two hospital campuses located approximately 15 miles apart. Each campus offers services somewhat aligned with the demographics of their respective communities. We also have an ambulatory surgery unit in our medical office building in Stockton.
The smaller of the two campuses is Manteca (a 99 bed facility). Manteca has a six-bed ICU, 11-Bay ED, and 55 general acute care beds. The Modesto campus is the newer of our two hospitals and consists of 152 licensed beds and offers services such as Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Neonatal ICU, and Labor/Delivery services within the community.
These two campuses are part of the Central Valley Area where we provide the care to some 360,000 members and the communities through our network of Doctor’s Offices, two hospitals (including an off-site surge unit), and a plan hospital.
Builds consensus at all levels of the organization
Works collaboratively with labor partners and non-represented employees to achieve organizational goals and objectives
Participates in defined and established leadership meetings locally and regionally
Partners with the medical facility and regional leadership groups
Participates in medical staff activities and serves on selected medical facility committees
Maintains strong collaborative relationship with medical director and medical staff leadership and coordinates with medical group
Academic degree in nursing required (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree). Master’s degree in Nursing or related field required (Health Administration, Business, Public Health, or management)
National certification in nursing administration or advanced nursing administration required within three years for an incumbent Chief Nurse Executive assuming position, and within one year of a newly hired Chief Nurse Executive assuming position.
Seven to 10 years of progressive experience in clinical, management and leadership roles within hospital operations
Active and current registered nurse license in the state in which the medical center is located
Demonstrated skills to work in a labor environment
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 844872
About Kaiser Permanente
At approximately $60 billion in revenues, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals (KFHP/H) is America’s largest not-for-profit health maintenance organization. Named after Henry Kaiser, the company has grown from a 12-bed hospital into an integrated health delivery system serving 10 million members in 8 states and the District of Columbia. Kaiser Permanente operates in 8 regions covering Northern California, Southern California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Northwest (Oregon and Southwest Washington), Washington State and Mid-Atlantic States (Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia). Care to Kaiser Permanente health plan members is provided primarily through Kaiser owned and operated hospitals (39), medical clinics, and over 18,000 physicians who are partners or employees of the Permanente Medical Groups. There are some 186,000 employees nationwide. Kaiser Permanente is nationally and internationally recognized for providing innovative, high quality, coordinated, evidence based health care. A significant volume of services in several regions is also provided through contracted networks of community hospitals, physicians, and other providers.
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