HOUSE SUPERVISORGREAT PLAINS HEALTH HR
The House Supervisor is required to demonstrate independence, leadership and critical thinking skills while supporting the philosophy and goals of Great Plains Health. A significant portion of time is spent in problem solving by focusing on the house wide coordination of resources with patient flow, and responding to emergent care situations. The House Supervisor represents hospital administration in their absence.
R· Graduate of nursing program. BSN/BA required.
R· Current NE RN license or compact state license. BLS, ACLS, either PALS, ENPC or PEARS. Completion of CPI training required.
R· Serves as liaison between nursing staff, medical staff and other hospital departments.
R· Coordinates with other nursing management and hospital administration to provide for nursing care on an 24x7 basis.
R· Manages daily situations/problems encountered on the assigned shift and reports actions and recommendations to the Department Director(s).
R· Procures supplies and equipment in the absence of other departments.
R· Promotes and monitors regulatory agency standards and customer service expectations for the practice of all aspects of patient care during worked hours.
R· Rounds on all patient care units to ascertain condition of patients, evaluate staffing needs and provide support to caregivers.
R· Maintains patient rights and hospital policies, procedures and standards.
R· Coordinates with Organ Procurement Organization/s, care givers and families to facilitate organ donation opportunities.
R· Collaborates with nursing department directors to ensure that staffing and assignments on each individual unit is carried out to the wishes of the Department Director(s) and when necessary provides updates and reviews in the performance of individual staff members to Department Director(s).
R· Collaborates with employee health, infection control, and other departments and in their absence perform tasks and duties per facility policy per these departments direction