We are seeking candidates for a Director of Women’s Health for a 140-bed hospital located only an hour drive from three of Ohio's major metros: Cincinnati, Dayton, and Columbus.
We have similar opportunities in Iowa and Montana.
REPORTS TO : Chief Nursing Officer
$80,000.00 to $110,000.00
Bachelors in nursing
Labor and Delivery , OB,Women's Health or Maternal Child experience
Registered Nurse License in the State of Ohio or eligibility
Master’s in nursing
3 years of leadership experience
5 plus years as an RN in OB, Maternal Child, L&D or Women’s health
Director of OB Services is responsible for the delivery of patient care that promotes safety and well-being of all patients in the Mother Baby Care Department on a twenty-four-hour basis. Plans, directs, coordinates, and evaluates the overall clinical nursing practice and administrative activities, including fiscal, material, and human resource management. Participates in the development and implementation of hospital policies and procedures. Maintains open communication with all staff and physicians to promote improvement in performance. This position requires a sound knowledge of obstetrical, newborn, and gynecological nursing practice and exceptional leadership abilities.
Multiple offers to choose from, which includes PPO to include HSA, FSA, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Supplemental Life, Short-term, Long-term, PTO, 401K, Perk spot (discount program), Purchasing power, Voluntary Benefit (legal, critical illness, Accident Insurance, Permanent Life insurance, Hospital Indemnity, Auto Home Ins., Identity theft, and Pet insurance.
“Red Carpet” Relocation package
Multi-facetted wellness program
Employee Assistance Program
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
Clinical Ladder Program
Scholarship Of Hope
Tuition Advancement Payback Plan
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Integrates the department(s) and its services into the organization’s primary mission.
Coordinates and integrates services within the department(s) and with other departments.
Develops and implements policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of services.
Recommends enough qualified and competent persons to provide care.
Determines the qualifications and competence of department personnel who provide care services and who are not licensed independent practitioners.
Continuously assesses and improves the department’s performance.
Maintains appropriate quality control programs.
Provides for orientation in-service education training, and continuing education of all persons in the department(s).
Recommends space and other resources needed by the department(s).
Makes daily patient rounds or delegates to assess the status of the patient and the quality of care delivered.
Ensures that department maintains compliance with all accreditation standards.
Works with staff to achieve 100% execution of Foundational Five.
Regularly accompanies physicians on rounds to answer questions and resolve problems/issues.
Evaluates or delegates a sample of patient medical records to evaluate staff compliance with assessment/reassessment, nursing diagnosis, interventions, and evaluation of the following aspect of care:
PAID TIME OFF