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Centura Health - Colorado

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Requisition Number: 58338
City:
Physical Location: CRA-CASTLE ROCK ADVENTIST HOSPITAL
Department Name: LAH CASTLE ROCK EMER ROOM
Status: Full Time
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Hours per Pay Period: 80
Shift: Days
Required Education: Masters Degree
Required Experience: 5 years
Grade: OOO
Certificate/Licensure: Colorado RN License
Contact Information: Hilary Narayan
HilaryNarayan@Centura.Org

Position Description
Position Summary
Provide leadership and accountability in the daily operations of assigned departments. Responsible for developing and maintaining physician relations, empowering clinical care givers through solicitation of input, and implementation of actions to improve delivery of patient care. Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and evaluating the provision of services in the assigned departments. Participates in and/or supervises the delivery of patient care, as necessary, and has the responsibility for establishing standards of nursing practice for the service. Assures achievement of department goals and takes an active role in achievement of hospital goals. Assures adherence to hospital policies and standards set forth by accreditation and regulatory agencies.

Minimum Education Requirements
Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master's Degree in health care or business related field OR a Master's Degree in Nursing (MSN)
Minimum Experience Requirements
5 years of clinical experience in an emergency and/or critical care department environment.
2 years management experience
License/Certifications
Current Colorado Nursing License required for RN National Certification, preferred

Castle Rock Adventist Hospital is part of Centura Health, a faith-based hospital system sponsored by Adventist Health System and Catholic Health Initiatives. The hospital is currently under construction and is scheduled to be open for in-patient care August 1, 2013.

In addition to our mission below, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital (CRAH) is committed to providing a complete wellness model of health care to our community, using sustainability modalities in construction and operations, and working to reduce health care costs to our community.

Mission: We extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and nurturing the health of the people in our communities.
Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus, opened on September 7, 2011, and consists of a emergency room, out-patient imaging facilities and laboratory services.

Castle Rock Adventist Hospital will consist of a 50-bed acute care hospital with 60-beds shelled for future growth. The Hospital will have a separate central plant and will be approximately 212,000 square feet. The hospital will be four stories with an intensive care unit, medical/surgical unit, women’s unit, and a full complement of hospital services including a pharmacy, laboratory, three operating rooms, two dedicated cesarean-section operating suites, nuclear medicine, women’s imaging center, and a combination cardiology/interventional radiology suite. Additional growth on the hospital campus includes a 60,000‐square‐foot medical office building and extensive site development.

Our Sponsors: The sponsors of Centura Health provide a unique and significant contribution to the development of culture at Centura Health. Adventist Health System (AHS) is part of a tradition that began in 1866, when the Seventh Day Adventist Church opened its first healthcare center in Battle Creek, Michigan. Around the world, the church operates more than 500 healthcare facilities dedicated to helping people achieve physical, mental and spiritual wholeness. AHS, which was established in 1973, expanded to include the four Adventist hospitals in the Denver area in 2001. AHS currently operates 38 hospitals within nine states, totaling more than 6,000 licensed beds. Similarly, Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) was formed to advance and strengthen the Catholic health ministry in the 21st century. CHI is a national not-for-profit healthcare organization comprised of over 100 hospitals, long-term care, assisted and independent living and residential facilities. Centura Health is governed by a truly equal religious-lay partnership.

Together, these two sponsoring organizations have entered into a Joint Operating Agreement, with Centura Health as the management company to shepherd the growth and development of the partnership organization as a whole. This is the only organization of this type of joint partnership with these sponsors in the nation which makes for an extremely unique experience for patients, families, associates (employees), physicians of faith based care built on a strong mission and core values that are hardwired into the organization.
Each day, the Centura Health family embarks on sacred work. Centura Health celebrates the value of each person’s life and considers it a worthy cause to lift the burdens of others by lovingly offering care to people regardless of who they are, what they believe, where they're from or from which faith they derive. Centura Health seeks to combine finely honed medical skills with a compassionate touch to care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit. In this manner, Centura Health strives to live the mission and carry on the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.

Centura Health 2020: The future of health care is changing and as Colorado’s largest health care provider, Centura Health is prepared to take a leading role in making sure that change is for the better . Centura Health 2020 is a strategic plan for approaching health care from the patient’s perspective. We do this by seeking opportunities to place Centura at the forefront of patient safety and service. The three pillars of our ten year strategic plan include Strengthening Our Foundation; Creating Systems of Care; and Moving Upstream.

Strengthening our foundation means providing our associates and physicians with the proper tools to reach their full potential and care for our patients. These tools include the use of advanced medical technology, tapping into the largest network of support in the state and further defining and developing specialized services lines throughout the system that our patients and associates can utilize at any time. While we have always looked to technology to improve the care we provide, over the next few years we will focus on providing the latest in certified electronic health record (EHR) technologies. This will improve the quality and coordination of care, and reduce medical errors. We will also continue to fund technological improvements by strengthening our operating performance.

With a network of care that serves more communities and people in Colorado than any other health care provider, we view ourselves less as individual facilities and more as a network of care that works together. Centura Health 2020 aligns us operationally to evolve from centers of care to a complete system of care. This unifying effort makes us a leader in fixing the fragmented health care model that is now prevalent across the country. By seamlessly sharing resources we can do what we do best – care for our communities. Patients who look to their local hospital for care will know that they can access the entire Centura Health system of care when they need it.

There is nothing more compassionate, more effective, and more rewarding than to be part of a team that supports wellness rather than just treats illness. By “moving upstream” we can help our patients and residents learn to make smarter choices about their health, wherever they live. By promoting wellness and preventative care, and providing the education and support they need, together we get patients and residents to think differently about health care and Centura.

Centura Health 2020 provides the resources that allows us to focus on improving the health of the people in the communities we serve, including making quality care and more accessible to rural areas through initiatives such as telemedicine. We work with our physicians to view health care from the patient’s perspective. We believe that the primary care physician is the “team leader” when it comes to delivering health care, and by listening, understanding and anticipating patients’ needs and then deliver on them, we will support our physicians in providing the best possible care.

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