Assistant Director of Nursing
- Atlantic Beach, FL, United States
- Skilled Nursing
- Updated at
- 2024-02-20 17:00:34
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We are seeking an Assistant Director of Nursing whose primary responsibility is clinical and managerial leadership of our state of the art Skilled Nursing neighborhood, the Derfer Healthcare Pavilion. Accountable for quality care in both Long Term Care and Short Term Rehab, implemented in compliance with legal mandates and under the guidelines of the policies and procedures of Fleet Landing for the Health Center.
- Participate in the developing, maintaining, and updating of written policies and procedures that govern the day-to-day functions of the Health Center.
- Assist the Director in planning the nursing services portion of the Resident’s discharge plan as necessary
- Attend CQI committee meetings of Fleet Landing as required.
- Responsible for insuring the RAI process is followed and assessments are completed with accuracy and timeliness.
- Assist the Infection Control Committee to identify, evaluate and classify Category I & II tasks.
- Delegate to the Staff Nurse the administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability necessary to perform their assigned duties.
- Make daily rounds of the Unit to ensure that all nursing staff is performing their work assignments in accordance with acceptable nursing standards. Report findings to the Director.
- Review complaints and grievances made or filed by staff. Make appropriate reports to the Director as required or as may be necessary.
- Monitor medication passes and treatment schedules to assure medications are being administered as ordered and treatments are provided as scheduled.
- Review medication records for completeness of information, accuracy in the transcription of physician orders, and adherence to stop order policies.
- Admit, transfer and discharge Residents as necessary.
- Develop, implement, and maintain an effective orientation program that orients the new staff member to your unit, its policies and procedures, and to his/her job position and duties.
- Provide leadership training that includes the administrative and supervisory principles essential for your Staff Nurse.