Chief Nursing Officer, Inpatient Rehab
Chester, NJ, USA | Select Medical
Industry:Healthcare - Hospitals
Job Description:58 people have viewed this job
The Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) is a senior member of the hospital leadership team, and actively participates in the oversight and establishment of best practices and standards for hospital clinical services. The CNO manages the nursing teams in order for us to provide the highest quality of care and service for the patients.The CNO coordinates nursing with other patient care and support functions to assure optimum delivery of health care.The CNO provides leadership and guidance in establishing standards for nursing and other clinical services under his/her jurisdiction.
Other requirements of the CNO role include:
- Steer progressive clinical excellence through staff development
- Shares responsibility for employee engagement, recruitment and retention
- Provide nursing care to patients with acute medical conditions
- Actively assign nursing personnel, serve as a resource person and consultant.
- Implement company standards of care, policies, and procedures
- Ensure all regulatory requirements are met
- Create and implement schedule for safe staffing
- Work collaboratively with hospital leadership and other departments in order to achieve the best patient outcomes
Requirements of the Chief Nursing Officer role include:
• BSN required. MSN or equivalent Masters in Healthcare or enrollment in a Masters program required.
• Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse required.
• Three to Five years of acute nursing experience required, three of these years in rehabilitation nursing preferred. One or more years experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity preferred.
• CRRN required when eligible.
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