Exceptional People. Extraordinary Environment.
St. Lukes-Roosevelt, with two locations on Manhattans West Side, is an academic affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Widely respected for our high quality care, we are also known for reaching out to the diverse communities we serve communities where many of our employees live. Our exceptional staff enjoys the family feel that comes from working with friends and neighbors, while benefiting from the tremendous support, stability and resources needed to help them grow and advance. Our success is also attributed to a strong leadership team that brings together outstanding clinical resources and reinforces our service traditions ensuring the highest quality of care for our patients. We are seeking the following nurse leader to join our team.
Manager Patient Care Services, Hematology/Oncology
Making a difference with a smart, team approach to cancer care.
Each year over 24,000 cancer survivors and nearly 6,000 new cancer patients rely on the care and the compassion they receive at Continuum Cancer Centers of New York. As one of the largest and most widely respected oncology programs in the country, we provide inpatient and outpatient services at Beth Israel Medical Center, St. Lukes and Roosevelt Hospitals and The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. We are currently seeking a Manager of Patient Care Services to join our outpatient Hematology/Oncology practice and Infusion Suite at Roosevelt Hospital, located in Manhattan, New York.
As the Manager, you will be accountable for the effective delivery of patient care by working closely with the multidisciplinary team including nurses, physicians and a full range of cancer supportive care specialists. We will look to you to provide leadership for dedicated staff providing state-of-art care. You will enjoy the benefit of seeing positive patient outcomes as well as seeing the growth and development of the nursing staff based on the standards you implement.
Specific responsibilities will include collaborating with leadership; leading and motivating staff; and overseeing processes and technology to deliver exceptional, quality care. You will also be involved in a variety of clinical and nursing activities including the development, implementation and oversight of standards of practice as well as QI initiatives.. This is a full time position with Monday-Friday hours of operation.
To qualify, you must possess a Masters Degree or be enrolled in a Masters program, current NYS RN licensure, and at least five years of clinical experience including progressive management experience/success. A background in hematology/oncology, including chemotherapy infusion experience, is essential as are strong leadership, organizational, and interpersonal skills. ONCC certification is preferred.
If youre interested in learning more about CCCNY, including our robust Cancer Research Program, our integrated approach to care, and our focus on patient outcomes, please feel free to visit our website at http://www.cancerteam.com/
We are an equal opportunity employer that supports diversity in the workplace