Under limited direction and with/through subordinate personnel, assumes management responsibility for a designated group of clinics/clinical services. Responsible for patient care accountability, plans, implements and evaluates processes related to performance improvement, staffing effectiveness, fiscal management, staff competence and customer service outcomes within designated clinics/clinical services and in collaboration with senior leadership and subordinate staff. Ensures that regulatory requirements/standards are communicated, implemented and monitored. Collaborates with other members of the healthcare team to plan, implement and evaluate activities related to department/service, hospital and DMC objectives. Provides support to clinical and business operations, identifies the need for policy development and/or revision and defines policy in collaboration with higher-level management input and department/service goals and objectives. Oversees the development and/or revision of department/service procedures/protocols; secure approvals as necessary. Collaborates with other managers/directors of ambulatory services to achieve consistencies within ambulatory clinical operations. Creates a culture of service and continuous improvement. Develops, monitors and revises processes. Creates a culture of shared decision-making. Provides input into the development and revision of organizational design and/or monitors the quality and quantity of overall workflow. Initiates or recommends personnel actions such as hires, fires and disciplines for all area(s) assigned. Completes performance appraisals. Develops and assesses performance of daily, monthly and/or yearly goals and measures for assigned area(s). As requested, assists in developing and monitoring budget for designated area(s). Monitors activities for and ensures compliance with laws, government regulations, Joint Commission requirements and DMC policies. As directed, implements external and internal audit recommendations. Ensures hospital departments achieve objectives for diversity of their suppliers.
1. Bachelors degree in Nursing, or the equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Masters degree in Nursing or Healthcare Administration preferred. 2. Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Michigan. 3. Three years of progressive Nursing experience, preferably in an ambulatory or pediatric setting.
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