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Shasta Regional Medical Center is a 226-bed acute care facility serving Northern California. The hospital offers a comprehensive range of services. Shasta Regional Medical Center is one of the nation’s 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals recognized by Watson Health and holds an ‘A’ Grade from Leapfrog Group, the nation's premier advocate of transparency in health care. The hospital is Joint Commission Certified for Stroke, Hip/Knee and Diabetes. They are a Five Star recipient for treatment of heart failure, respiratory failure and is named among the top 5% in the nation for patient safety. Shasta Regional Medical Center delivers patient-centered healthcare with compassion, dignity and respect for every patient and their family. For more information, visit www.shastaregional.com.
The Clinical Supervisor supports administrative responsibility for the department service functions and works collaboratively with the unit Director and/or Manager. In the absence of the unit Director and/or Manager, the Clinical Supervisor may assume the administrative scope of the unit assigned. Develops and implements departmental plans, including performance improvement activities and compliance with current federal and/or state regulations. The Clinical Supervisor prepares, conducts and/or oversees department(s) orientation and training of personnel. Communicates with staff, physicians, and administration both written and verbally. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible and accountable for the quality of staff and functions during their shift. Assists the Department Director in the daily operation of the unit, directing, supervising, and evaluating personnel, ensuring the proper use of time, equipment, and staff. Ensure the efficient functions of the department. Performs direct patient care, only as needed, within the scope practice. Continually assess care and direct staff to make immediate changes in the plan of care.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, TRAINING
1. Current and valid state RN License
2. Current BLS (AHA) upon hire and maintain current.
3. Current ACLS (AHA) 30 days upon of hire and maintain current for ER, ICU and Telemetry.
4. Bachelor Degree in Nursing (BSN) preferred. RN-C within 2 years of hire preferred.
5. PALS within 30 days of hire for units that admit pediatric patients
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