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CNO - Interim for Acute Care Hospital
Reporting to the assigned hospital CEO and CHC's Senior Vice President for Clinical Services, the Chief Nursing Officer is a key member of the management team. The CNO is responsible for overseeing all patient care nursing departments including budgeting, regulatory compliance, customer satisfaction and quality care programs; is responsible and accountable for the hospital’s plans for nursing services and administration including new services, financials and metrics; maintains standards of nursing practices and the highest quality and safety of patient care and ensures the professional development of the nursing team; ensures multidisciplinary quality improvement programs; establishes positive working relationships with physicians, staff, and the community. The CNO is responsible for promoting the overall quality of nursing care while operating under the ANA Standards of Practice. In conjunction with the professional staff the CNO plans, coordinates, manages, and evaluates clinical programs and services of the facility promoting a team approach to the delivery of patient care provided by the facility. The CNO will interact regularly with the Board and physician community.
Candidates for an interim CNO role must thrive in a rural environment, excel at developing and maintaining relationships, and have a passion about quality patient care. Face-to-face interaction with patients, physicians, the community, the board, and the staff is critically important; thus the CNO will need to travel to the assignment - typically for two weeks at a time.
Must have valid driver’s license and safe driving record.
• Bachelor’s degree in Nursing
• Preferred candidates will also possess a graduate level degree, preferably a Masters Degree in Nursing
• Current RN licensure required - compact license and/or ability to acquire an RN license in the state assigned without delay or difficulty
Minimum of five years progressive management experience and three years management experience in a senior nursing leadership role.
A patient care executive with at least 5 years experience in a rural hospital or non-urban healthcare system is preferred. Executives with acute care hospital chief nursing officer or director of nursing or patient care experience are preferred. Leadership experience at a for-profit facility is preferred.
From $3000 weekly up plus reimbursement of travel and business expenses.
CHC pays employer portion of social security taxes and withholds income tax.
Community Hospital Corporation (CHC), a not-for-profit corporation, was created in 1996 to preserve the not-for-profit status of community-based health care organizations. Our mission is to guide, support and enhance the mission of community hospitals and healthcare providers.
CHC strives to help community-based health care organizations deliver on their mission, remain a community asset, and improve operations and quality of care through partnership and shared vision.
CHC owns, leases or manages acute care hospitals in Texas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, and Louisiana. We have consulted with, or are currently consulting with hospitals and LTACHs in 26 states.
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