The VP of Ambulatory Nursing is responsible for providing leadership, direction and administration of activities relating to patient care, nursing practice, nursing education and clinical development in the adult ambulatory clinics within Davidson County. Responsible for leading, supporting, and modeling a culture focused on employee engagement, quality, patient safety that is fiscal responsible and provides an extraordinary patient experience.
As Vice President of Ambulatory Nursing, the chosen candidate will help to grow the quality of care for the entire service line while raising the bar and continuing to advance the many world class initiatives already in place. They will oversee the ambulatory nursing strategy and day-to-day operations of all ambulatory inpatient and outpatient patient encounters across the continuum of care.
Achieves Clinical and Operational excellence through strategizing and leading process improvements.
Collaborates with teams for implementation of programs, policies and procedures.
Establishes and enhances a culture of evidence-based practice in clinical and management initiatives.
Promotes consistent and positive patient interactions with the goal of providing exceptional patient service.
Builds strong and collaborative relationships.
Communicates effectively with all levels of interaction.
Assures adherence of nursing services to program expectations, State, Federal, and local licensure or regulatory requirements, and to accreditation standards at all sites.
Create an organizational culture (both within and across departments) that provides a safe, satisfying and enriching environment for employees and provides a qualified, competent staff to meet patient needs.
Develop goals and objectives for the department based on interpretation of institutional policy and goals
Establish and articulate a philosophy of ambulatory nursing consistent with the educational, research, and patient care missions of the University's Medical Center.
Review, establish, and revise policies, procedures, and standards related to all aspects of ambulatory nursing practice. Interpret policies and objectives to nursing staff, patient, and community groups.
Together with senior medical and administrative staff, participate in the establishment of the mission, strategic plan, budgets, resource allocation, operational plans, and policies for the Medical Center and Clinics.
Conduct studies and establish procedures to study the effectiveness of nursing practice in relation to its objectives and cost.
Make recommendations, as necessary, concerning means of reducing operational costs, increasing revenues based on knowledge of market trends, operating procedures and reimbursement matters.
Design, implement, evaluate and market programs to maximize clinical outcomes, functional status, patient/customer satisfaction and reimbursement.
Define and achieve financial targets in support of business goals of the institution.
Prepare an annual operating budget for Ambulatory Nursing Services, including direct labor, material and supplies, services, equipment maintenance and replacement.
Present and justify a proposed budget (operating and capital expenditure) to a management review committee.
Use patient/customer satisfaction data to improve systems, processes and outcomes.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Master’s Degree required. If nursing degree is BSN, Master’s can be a non-nursing degree.
10+ years of senior nursing leadership experience in the ambulatory setting is required.
Ambulatory Nursing experience a plus.
Registered Nurse required.
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