Georgia Regents Medical Center announces an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to serve as the next Chief Nursing Officer. The position will also serve as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs in the Georgia Regents University College of Nursing.
Georgia Regents Medical Center is an academic health center located in beautiful Augusta, GA.
The Chief Nursing Officer (CNO)/Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, College of Nursing position reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer, Steven M. Scott, MPH, FACHE, and will be a critical component of GRMC’s executive team. David S. Hefner also serves as Chief Executive Officer of this dynamic team of professionals. Other members of the executive team include:
Direct Reports include:
The Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) has the primary accountability and responsibility for leading the practice of nursing, the development of nursing services, and the evaluation and implementation of clinical programs and services in collaboration and partnership with the medical staff and other management. The Chief Nursing Officer provides leadership and direction for all aspects of nursing, particularly efficient and cost-effective operations, service excellence, patient safety, and quality initiatives. He/she provides strategic leadership and operational guidance for nursing across the Medical Center and Health System. The CNO leads quality, safety and innovative initiatives in partnership with the Vice President and Chief Medical Officer.
This position also serves as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs in the Georgia Regents University College of Nursing and in this capacity, reports to the Dean.
For a complete description and/or to submit a nomination or CV, please contact:
Mrs. Carolyn H. Burns, PHR
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