Chief Nursing Officer, Vice President, Nursing/Patient Care Services
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) and Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services provides strategic, operational, and leadership direction for nursing/nursing practice across the enterprise, ensuring excellence in clinical outcomes, employee engagement and the optimal patient experience while focusing on patient care and care delivery design. Responsible for supporting the leadership team in developing objectives that are tied to strategic priorities and drawing results throughout the organization, providing a focus on strong financial results, improving and sustaining performance that is data driven, building a strong service and results oriented culture, and helping the organization focus on safety and clinical results. Also plays a central role with helping to create and implement strategic and tactical plans to grow clinical practice areas and market share.
Departments and areas of functional accountability include: Inpatient Nursing including Surgical, Medical and Burn Critical Care, Medical/Surgical, Maternal Child (OB/NICU/PICU/Pediatrics); Knapp Rehab Center; Psych Service Line including Critical Care and General Psych, ECT, Acute Psych Unit and Psych Outpatient Clinics; Adult and Pediatric Emergency Services, Sexual Assault Center, Emergency Preparedness, and Urgent Care; Emergency Medical Services; Oncology Service Line including Radiation Oncology, Infusion Clinic; Heart and Vascular Service Line including Cardiac Cath Lab; Ortho/Neuro Service Line including Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic; Stroke, Burn, Trauma Certification/Verification Programs; Patient Experience and Interpreter Services; Community Connections Care Ring including Home Health, Family Health, Hospice and Palliative Care, Care Plus, Jail Health, Transition Care, and Flu/Wellness; Inpatient and Outpatient Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies; Employee Health; Infection Prevention; Kidney/Transplant Program/Service Line; Medical Nutrition Services; Nursing Clinical Education; Patient Care Business Operations including Float Pool and Centralized Staffing Office; Executive Leader for Redleaf Center.
Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing
Possession of valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Minnesota
Master’s degree in Nursing, Hospital Administration, Business Administration, or other health-related profession. Doctorate preferred.
Ten (10) years of related leadership experience within a healthcare organization including executive-level experience managing nursing functions
Knowledge of current healthcare systems and ability to align organizational goals and outcomes in accordance with them
Ability to drive change in alignment with the mission, vision, and values or organization
Ability to quickly and easily adapt to the culture and norms of an organization and be accountable for organizational information
Experience leading and collaborating with multiple levels of management
Ability to positively and accurately represent the organization and its values to the community (i.e., regulatory bodies, suppliers, government officials)
Proven to have dynamic and empowering leadership skills and possesses a positive attitude that will instill a vision for excellence
Passion for patient care and ability to use passion as a driver for positive change
Demonstrated ability to forecast healthcare trends and appropriately implement projection
Strategy minded; able to focus on the big picture
Internal Number: 200947
About Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc.
Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc. (HHS) is an integrated system of care that includes Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC), a nationally recognized Level I Adult & Pediatric Trauma Center and acute care hospital, as well as a clinic system with primary care clinics located in Minneapolis and across Hennepin County. HCMC is a safety net hospital providing care to low-income, the uninsured and vulnerable populations, as well as commercial patients, from across Minnesota.