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Position Summary: Job descriptionThe Clinical Director will oversee Woman's Services for Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Washington.Nurse manager, Nurse Educator, and Supervisors- 140 staff members2400 Deliveries per year9 LDR's , 2 OB Operating RoomsThe Clinical Director has administrative responsibility and accountability for the planning and direction of clinical, financial, and operational activities of a defined clinical unit/department The incumbent designs, facilitates and directs the delivery of care and service to customers including patients, staff, physicians, family members and community representatives. The Clinical Director is responsible for the interpretation and development of unit/department patient care standards, provisions of quality health services, resource allocation and fiscal management. The Clinical Director defines and monitors the standards of nursing practice, assures availability and appropriate utilization of needed human and material resources, supports collaboration within Patient Services and among other divisions and disciplines for desired patient outcomes, provides positive timely customer service, and participates in efforts to achieve organizational goals and objectives. This position requires extensive internal and external contacts with all levels of staff, management, physicians, vendors, and other professional colleagues.
Minimum Requirements: 8 years clinical experience and mastery of professional or technical role/function. 5 years progressive experience in managerial or supervisory capacity.
Education/Licenses/Certifications: Bachelor's degree in Nursing, or obtained within three years from the initial date of hire. Advanced Degree in Nursing (MSN, PhD, DNP, ARNP) preferred Current license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Washington.
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