MetroWest Medical Center is the largest community health care system between Worcester and Boston. MetroWest Medical Center is committed to providing high quality, comprehensive care, at a location close to home. The 307-bed regional healthcare system includes Framingham Union Hospital, Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick and the MetroWest Wellness Center. MetroWest Medical Center has been named to the 2019 America s 100 Best Hospitals List by Healthgrades.
Under general supervision, exercises judgment within established guidelines to provide the administrative support needed to coordinate and direct the activities necessary to provide quality services to patients of all ages. Provides guidance and makes decisions on issues concerning budget constraints, appropriate placement of patient admissions and staffing resources, legal matters, crisis intervention, and continuing education. Ensures quality and safe delivery of care to patients in the following age groups: All ages; Neonate; Infancy; Toddler; Preschool; School age; Adolescent; Adult; Geriatric.
Understands own role in the Hospital and unit based Performance Improvement Program.
Adheres to Hospital and unit safety plan and is responsible for incident reporting and follow-up.
Follows Hospital policies and procedures and supports staff in adjustments to policy changes.
Education & Certifications:
BLS (American Heart Association) required upon hire and ACLS certification.
Participates in committee activities of the Department of Nursing Services and assumes responsibilities incurred.
Maintains attendance at mandatory programs.
The level of knowledge equivalent to that ordinarily acquired through a Bachelor's Degree in nursing.
Current licensure as a registered nurse in Massachusetts.
Minimum of three years critical care experience preferred.
Primary Location: Natick, Massachusetts
Facility: MetroWest Leonard Morse Hospital
Job Type: PT2N
Shift Type: Rotate
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