Career reflects clinical ability as well as management expertise that include the following:
- Directing nursing activities in a for- profit organization with up to 500 FTE’s.
- Directing nursing activities in critical environments with up to 90 FTE’s.
- Development of multi-million dollar operating budgets up to $12 million.
- Developing strategic plans, procedure implementation and policy development.
- Maintaining a current knowledge of technical information, including changes in government regulations, medical technology, and infection control.
- Recruiting, training, scheduling, and supervising nursing, and support personnel, including classroom, bedside and organizational wide instruction.
- Establish and maintain satisfactory employee relations while maintaining acceptable work environment for effective quality nursing care.
- Performing oral and written evaluations of personnel and the nursing care they provide.
- Making independent decisions on advancement, terminations, and disciplinary actions as needed.
- Counseling and supporting employees in personal and professional matters.
- Providing positive representation of the organization within the facility and the community.
- Serving as liaison between patients, nursing staff, medical staff, and governmental agencies.
- Developed a variety of materials to educate nursing personnel and medical staff.
- Representing the patient, family, and nursing staff as a member of the Ethics Committee.