Sentara Obici Hospital located in Suffolk, VA is hiring a RN Stroke Program Coordinator.
The Stroke Program Coordinator is responsible for overall hospital stroke program management in collaboration with the Stroke Medical Director. The Stroke Program Coordinator provides professional, clinical nursing, and technical knowledge, skills, and expertise required for the provision and continuity of comprehensive neurological and stroke patient care. The Stroke Program Coordinator will ensure the assessment, management, implementation, and evaluation of interventions set forth by accrediting agencies for disease specific program certifications and CMS. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations of the organization¿s philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.
3 years RN nursing experience, stroke experience highly preferred
3 years Clinical Data Analytics
3 years Clinical Process Improvement
3 years Nursing Education
Additional Salary Information: Salary determined by level of experience
This position is offering a $15,000 SIGN ON BONUS
Internal Number: 149252BR
About Sentara Healthcare
Sentara Healthcare celebrates more than 130 years in pursuit of its mission – "we improve health every day." Named to IBM Watson Health's 2018 "Top 15 Health Systems," Sentara is an integrated, not-for-profit system of 12 hospitals in Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina, including a Level I trauma center, the Sentara Heart Hospital and the Sentara Healthcare Cardiovascular Research Institute, the Sentara Brock Cancer Center and the accredited Sentara Cancer Network, two orthopedic hospitals, and the Sentara Neurosciences Institute. The Sentara family also includes four medical groups, Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance and ground medical transport, home care and hospice, ambulatory outpatient campuses, advanced imaging and diagnostic centers, a clinically integrated network, the Sentara College of Health Sciences and the Optima Health Plan and Virginia Premier Health Plan serving 858,000 members in Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. With nearly 30,000 employees and ranked one of Forbes "America's Best Employers" in 2018, Sentara is strategically focused on clinical quality and safety, innovation and creating an extraordinary health care experience for our patients and members.