We are seeking candidates for a Director of Perioperative opportunity with, a 75+ bed hospital client located just over an hour from Tucson in SE AZ.
Pay Scale: $83,574--$112,132--$134,555
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Director of Perioperative Services Summary/Description:
The director is responsible for integrating their department's services (Pre-op, Post-op, Inpatient Surgery, Outpatient Surgery, PACU, Sterile Processing, Special Procedures, Scheduling, Pain Clinic) with the hospital’s primary functions.
The director coordinates and integrates services within their department(s) and with other departments. The director develops and implements policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of services.
The director recommends enough qualified and competent persons to provide care/service and assures the qualifications and competence of those staff members meet the needs of patient care and non-patient care services. The director coordinates the resources for orientation, in-service training, and continuing education of all persons in their department(s).
The director continuously assesses and improves their department's performance and maintains appropriate quality control programs. The director recommends space and other resources needed by the department and participates in selecting outside resources needed by their department(s). The director is an available resource for the patients, staff, physicians, and administration.
FTE’s-- 45-50 (OR, Pre/Post, Specials, Sterile Processing)
OR’s--8 (4 Hospital, 4 outpatient)
Surgeries: General Surgery, Podiatry, Lots of Ortho, Plastics--around 2,600 cases a year all together
Complies with legal, hospital and departmental policies, procedures, and position requirements.
Bachelor’s degree required; Masters preferred. RN license required.
At least 3 years of OR management experience in a hospital setting.
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