This highly-regarded hospital is actively interviewing for a
Nursing Director to oversee clinical and administrative operations
for Critical Care Services. Join this East Texas Hospital, and help
lead delivery of outstanding Nursing Care.
Well known in the community for superior patient care and
quality, this 300+ bed medical center in Eastern Texas has been
recognized at the local, state, and federal levels for its
commitments to being best-in-class. The Critical Care Nursing
Director will join a hospital that offers a wide array of inpatient
and outpatient services to the region. Cardiovascular Services and
Neurosciences, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Wound Care and
Oncology – all are available at this outstanding medical center in
the beautiful lake and river lands of Eastern Texas.
This multi-specialty Critical Care / Intensive Care Department
has had an astounding track record of delivering the highest
quality, award winning care. The ICU Nursing Director will take
direct clinical and managerial control of three high-performing
units which see a broad range of patients and cases at this
certified trauma center. The Director will oversee a 16-bed CVICU,
which takes care of post-surgical and post-event patients, a 21-bed
mixed unit with neuro and orthopedic trauma critical care, and a
32-bed general critical care unit.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Inpatient Nursing,
the Critical Care Director will take responsibility for a complex
set of units and activities. Supporting you in this task are CCRN
Clinical Nurse Managers who oversee each of the three departments.
Also supporting the Director are a team of Supervisors and ICU
Charge Nurses who take more staff-level oversight, and who are
amazing patient care champions.
The Critical Care Nursing Director will play a crucial role in
the clinical and administrative operations of this unit, and of
this hospital. This person will get to actively participate in the
development and planning of the annual budget for this unit,
setting and maintaining target staffing levels, and keeping a close
eye on regulatory compliance for the Intensive Care Unit. This
non-profit healthcare system has a great reputation for supporting
the continuing education of its nurses, and this applies to roles
like the Critical Care Director.
The ideal ICU Director will also have a strong inclination
toward improving clinical performance and producing superior
patient outcomes. This Director will collaborate across disciplines
and departments to ensure that patient care is front and center.
The ICU Director will provide vision, leadership, and mentorship to
a strong staff of Critical Care Registered Nurses (CCRN) by
focusing on the continuum of care and optimizing patient flow.
The East Texas is well known for its beauty, peace, and quiet.
With thousands of acres of National and State Forests, an
affordable cost-of-living, fantastic schools, and tightknit
communities, it’s no surprise that people never want to leave. If
the Administrative Perioperative Nursing Director is an outdoorsy
type, you’ll will find hiking, biking, boating, and just about
everything else that can be done under the sun. For the city folks,
all the lights, sounds, and action of the Dallas – Fort Worth Area
are just a short drive away.
The ICU Critical Care Nursing Director will support and oversee
the operations of a high-acuity, busy unit. You will provide
leadership and guidance to a nursing staff that will make you
proud. You will take on many challenges for this medical center,
and you will be supported for your hard work. You will receive a
great benefits package, including generous PTO, retirement
matching, and annual performance based merit increases. You will
also receive a competitive compensation, and you will enjoy the
fact that you’re making such a huge difference in the lives of so