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Director Nursing Services

Company: advocate aurora health
Location: Oak Lawn
Posted on: September 23, 2022

Job Description:

Major Responsibilities:Coordination and administration of all operational aspects to provide effective quality care for patients.Development and implementation of strategic plans than integrate the goals of Advocate Health Care and Advocate Christ Medical Center's Mission, Values, Philosophy, and Strategic Plan(s).Development and ongoing maintenance of collaborative relationships with department managers/directors, physicians, system-wide contacts and related external contacts in order to meet hospital/system objectives.Development and implementation of policies, procedures, and standards which follow quality management, DNV, IDPH, CDC, OSHA, and other external guidelines.Responsible for professional and personal growth and development.Leads division in customer and associate satisfaction initiatives to achieve steady improvement in scoring levels. -Licensure:Nurse, Registered (RN)Education/Experience Required:Master's degree in health care related field. Advanced degree in Business Administration, Hospital Administration or a health care related field5 years in healthcare management or project management.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required:Demonstrated management skills, including ability to work well with others, team building and conflict resolution skills, effective communication and presentation skills.Ability to work across all lines of management and staff to promote good relationships among departments. Strong knowledge of healthcare finance.Current RN licensure in the State of Illinois. -

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