Mount Sinai Medical Center is committed to providing outstanding care and easy access to emergency medicine.
In any emergency, seconds count. The expert staff of emergency physicians, nurses and technicians treats patients of all ages with everything from minor illnesses to major injuries. The department is backed by a full array of on-call specialists, including neurologists, interventional cardiologists and surgeons.
- Directs nursing service activities for the Emergency Department. Ensures the highest level of clinical quality, customer service and cost effectiveness.
- Establishes the annual operating goals and objectives for the assigned unit based on the Medical Center's needs and challenges. Makes sure the nursing unit efforts are aligned with the Medical Director and Top Management goals and objectives.
- Participates in / and or leads cross functional teams and is willing to make rapid and sound changes for the Medical Center to be a National and International leader in clinical outcomes.
- Plans, organizes and directs activities of the assigned unit through the management of the team leaders and supervisors.
- Prepares the unit annual operating and capital expense budget for the assigned unit. Works in conjunction with nursing administration to identify upcoming expenses. Anticipates and implements the purchase and / or replacement of equipment using input from staff and physicians.
- Maintains budgetary / fiscal practices within provisions. Periodically monitors budget expenses, identifies variances and reports as appropriate. Implements alternate solutions for the nursing unit to comply with budget.
Organizes the establishment of new programs and / or the re-modeling of existing programs to achieve the unit and Medical Center goals.
- Ensures all processes and procedures provide for consistent, timely, high quality and cost effective clinical results.
- Provides leadership in complex and / or stressful situations, counsels staff and / or physicians based on factual and objective information. Ensures timely and appropriate actions for resolution.
Registered Nurse (RN) with an active State of Florida License. BLS, ACLS required. PALS or ENPC. Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Master's Degree and national certification in specialty preferred. At least 3 years of nursing leadership experience in the Emergency Department (ED / ER).