RN Clinical Supervisor- Dermatology

  • Skagit Regional Health
  • Mount Vernon, WA 98274
  • Feb 08, 2020
Nursing

Job Description

Supervises clinical staff in departments to assure optimal patient care is provided and regulatory compliance is maintained.

Qualifications

specific to specialty area(s). Promotes flow of patients and information across departments and the organization. Collaborates with Practice Managers, Clinical Educator and Leads. Serves as professional role model for all departmental staff. Supervises clinical staff to assure they function within and up to the limits of scope of practice as allowed by licensure/certification. Serves as a Electronic Health Record super user. Hires, trains, evaluates and disciplines, including termination, of Medical Assistants, LPNs, and RNs in collaboration with Practice Manager, Director, Clinical Educator and Human Resources. Coordinates clinical staff scheduling to ensure optimal coverage; approves or denies leave requests. Maintains Kronos timesheets and completes the bi-weekly sign off according to defined deadlines. Assists MAs to complete assigned clinical competencies. Provides real time or just in time training and clinical guidance as needed. Assesses clinical workflows; identifies and implements best practices that promote standardization throughout the organization. Participates in departmental LEAN projects, compliance audits and quality monitors. Provides direct patient care on a limited and emergent basis only to ensure safe and efficient patient care. Collaborates with Providers on activities and projects related to direct patient care and participates in provider department meetings. Provides timely feedback to Practice Managers, Directors, Clinical Educator and Leads regarding staff performance and departmental concerns. Involves them in discussions and planning prior to implementing changes. Collaborates with Clinical Educator, Quality Coordinator and Chief Nursing Executive to ensure DNV compliance and readiness. Oversees management of department medication stocks and monitors compliance with medication administration. Collaborates with community health organizations and health care providers across the organization. Responds to Emergency Code calls. Complies with all SRH/SRC policies and procedures. Performs other duties as assigned or requested. EducationGraduate of an accredited RN program; BSN preferred. Experience/TrainingPrevious supervisory experience; two years experience in an ambulatory clinical setting preferred. License/CertificationCurrent Washington State RN license and American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. Other QualificationsAbility to work independently with small and large groups of professionals; ability to problem solve, set priorities, plan and schedule workload to meet deadlines. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; strong organizational skills; clinical proficiency. Competent in the use of technology including Microsoft Office and an electronic health record.

Schedule

Variable