Clinical Coordinator, Intensive Care Unit
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At Johnston-Willis we've been delivering top quality healthcare to Greater Richmond and the Tri-Cities area for more than 100 years. Our 292-bed hospital offers a full range of healthcare services, with specialties in cancer care—through the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute—as well as inpatient rehabilitation (with all private rooms), our ER is a state-authorized level III trauma center and neuroscience, including our first-in-Richmond Gamma Knife Center.
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Johnston-Willis Hospital
14 Bed Unit
Provides continuous 24/7 monitoring of patients who are critically ill with life-threatening injury or diseases.
Registered Nurses on this unit will utilize their skills in advanced heart monitors, ventilators for breaking assistance, feeding tubes and catheters.
With an experienced and stable leadership team, RNs have the opportunity to learn, grow, and advance either in the unit, in other Johnston-Willis specialty areas, or across HCA hospitals.
The Clinical Coordinator of the Intensive Care Unit will report directly to the Manager and Director. The Clinical Coordinator will:
- Be responsible for clinical management of the unit.
- Function as a role model providing leadership for the unit.
- Assist in staff personnel management.
- Assure satisfaction of customers (patient, visitors, physicians and staff)
- Actively participate in Quality Management activities.
- Maintain effective communications.
- Participate in policy and standard development.
- Assist in assuring cost effective unit operations.
- Assure appropriate documentation.
- Demonstrate an awareness of self learning needs.
- Assure compliance with professional, regulatory, governmental and organizational standards
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