ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISOR - HOSPITAL OPERATIONS - PRN
Categories: Professional, Allied Health Professionals
Department: University Hospitals
Full/Part Time/PRN: PRN
Experience and Education
Organizes hospital operations and systems delivering services in a manner that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements, demonstrating judgment and self-sufficiency in effective problem solving while serving as the administrative and operational resource
Oversee patient care flow while redirecting and allocating resources by determining necessary space, equipment, supplies and support systems to ensure effective functioning of unit/department & assisting Patient Access Services in coordinating patient placement.
Investigate patient/visitor concerns and implements appropriate courses of action, taking corrective action in situations requiring immediate intervention and optimizing service satisfaction of patients, families, physicians and staff.
Provide on-site management/leadership of crisis situations to prevent or minimize disruption of services. Function as on-site coordinator for internal/external disasters/inclement weather or other major events.
Collaborate with clinical and support staff to foster delivery of quality care, communicating issues identified by front line staff to appropriate administrative team and assisting staff in identifying clinical experts for specific patient population concerns.
Department seeks RN with House Supervisory experience or degreed Healthcare Administration candidate with five years of hospital operations experience. Hours for PRN position vary, 12 hour shifts, Days or Nights and weekends with possible holidays.
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