We're hiring for an Assistant Patient Care Manager for the Neurology ICU as a full time night shift for the University of Chicago Medicine, Hyde Park, IL.
The Assistant Patient Care Manager (APCM) will be responsible and accountable for over-seeing the operations and patient flow of a designated Care Center on her/his respective shift. Duties include completing daily or shift specific quality audits and Managing for Daily Improvement (MDI) boards, facilitating daily huddles with staff, and directing delivery of quality, patient-centered care in a financially responsible manner. This is in collaboration with and under the supervision of the Patient Care Manager (PCM). In the absence of the PCM, the APCM assumes responsibility for the unit. The APCM supports the PCM with 24/7 coverage of the unit. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are needed to maintain an open network of communication among staff members, care center and sector leadership, and other health care professionals and departments. Specialty certifications preferred.
Bring your career to the next level as an Assistant Patient Care Manager with our Neurology ICU Team in a hospital that is thriving; from patient satisfaction to employee engagement, we are at the Forefront of Medicine. Take advantage of all University of Chicago Medicine has to offer and discover how you can be a part of this pursuit of excellence by contacting email@example.com.
•Graduate of an NLN accredited School of Nursing. •Minimum of 5-7 years of ICU nursing experience, Neuro ICU experience preferred. •Bachelor of Science in Nursing or higher required; Master’s Degree preferred. •Current Illinois RN license. •Ability to effectively communicate. •Critical Care experience required. •Nursing management/Charge nurse experience preferred.
UCM nurses truly work at the Forefront of Medicine -- providing the best and most advanced care available. Here, collaboration is the key to high-quality patient care and our nurses work side-by-side with internationally recognized physicians, scientists, and other healthcare professionals.