Patient Care Director - RN - Emergency Department - Days
- Full Time
|Extraordinary Emergency Care: Patient Care Directors Make It Possible
Patient Care Director – RN - Emergency Department - Days
At NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital, Emergency Department (ED) nurses are the face of hope and healing when every moment counts. For over 40,000 patients each year, we provide skilled care – and caring. As the only full-service 24-hour community Trauma Center south of 14th Street, it’s a fast-paced yet team oriented setting, where nurses form strong bonds with patients and one another. And now, we’re inviting you to join our growing team as a leader.
From high-tech intervention to community outreach, our nurse leaders identify challenges and rapidly arrange multidisciplinary care for a culturally diverse patient population. Lead a team, whose patient and employee satisfaction scores continue to rank amongst the highest within the NYP family. Now, you can help Make It Possible.
Manage all aspects of emergency care delivery at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Lower Manhattan Hospital. Mentor, supervise and evaluate the team to reach their full potential and inspire their continued professional growth. Develop and manage budgets. Regularly assess unit operations and identify process improvement to enhance the patient experience. Excel as a change agent, advancing initiatives focused on enhancing quality and performance throughout the unit
Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
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