Nursing Director of Critical Care

Subspecialty: Cardiology ICU

Posted: 9/8/2020

Company: Munson Medical Center - ABOUT MUNSON MEDICAL CENTER
Munson Medical Center is the regional referral center for 24 counties in northern Michigan. Our 442-bed hospital has earned a national reputation for top quality care, including repeated recognition as a Magnet hospital for nursing excellence. Our 400 physicians and 4,000+ employees support 76 specialties, including a robust Regional Cancer Network, a Level II 42-bed Trauma Center, a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and an open heart surgery program.

Based in Traverse City, Mich., Munson Medical Center serves 540,000 people in a spectacular, four-season recreational region on the freshwater shoreline of Lake Michigan. Traverse City is well known as one of America’s “must see” vacation destinations for fine arts, farm-to-table food, local craft beer and wine, outdoor adventures, and miles of pristine freshwater shoreline.

Location: Traverse City, MI

Description: Nursing Director of Critical Care
A Critical Leadership Role in Healthcare
Are you a strong operational nursing leader with a passion for building relationships? Do you want to work for a nationally-recognized healthcare system in a beautiful vacation destination? Then this may be the perfect opportunity for you. Munson Medical Center is looking for a nursing director of critical care for our A2, A3, ICU, and B2 units.

About these units:
• A2 is our 30-bed acuity adaptable Cardiothoracic ICU and step-down unit
• A3 is our 30-bed acuity adaptable Coronary Care and Cardiac Interventional unit
• Our ICU has 20 private rooms and houses diverse population of medical and surgical patients
• B2 is our 10 private-bed unit that specialize in trauma and post-surgical patients

To learn more about these units from one of our nurses, click here.

The Nursing Director of Critical Care will:
• Provide strategic leadership for assigned service lines and direction to the nursing staff in developing and implementing standards of nursing practice that meet the philosophy and goals of the hospital.
• Provide leadership in establishing a culture of safety.
• Oversee patient care, nursing practice, safety and quality in accordance with organizational policies, evidence-based practice, and standards of professional nursing practice in their assigned areas.
• Promote a professional practice environment and develops and maintains collegial and collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders across the institution.
• Integrate the strategic plan and execution of MMC’s goals and objectives through effective collaboration, quality, key performance indicators, patient relationships, team member communication and engagement.

Position type: Full-time

• A master’s degree in nursing, business administration, hospital administration or a related field is required. If the masters is non-nursing, the candidate must have a BSN. Candidates currently enrolled in a master’s program will be considered; the degree must be complete within 18 months of accepting the role.
• Three or more years of experience in a management/leadership position.
• Registered Nursing License in Michigan.
• Knowledge of scope of practice for all job descriptions of clinical staff in reporting departments.
• Demonstrated understanding of health care finance, statistics and data management is required.

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