Phoenixville Hospital has retained Tyler & Company for an exciting search for a Director, Cath Lab, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
The Organization: Phoenixville Hospital is a 137-bed acute care facility with clinical partnerships with the University of Pennsylvania Health System, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), The Philadelphia Hand Center, the Moore Eye Institute and Abington Memorial Hospital. The hospital provides comprehensive medical services through more than 27,000 emergency room visits, 8,200 inpatient admissions and more than 700 community outreach programs annually. A full range of services and programs are offered, including an award winning cardiovascular program, fully accredited cancer center, comprehensive women’s health services, the area’s largest Robotic Surgery Center, Level II CHOP NICU and the Breast Health Center at Phoenixville.
Cath Lab: In 2012, Phoenixville Hospital added a cutting-edge biplane interventional catheterization lab to the two existing labs, increasing the number of patients treated and the complexity of the procedures. The volume of cath lab procedures has steadily increased each year with 3,000 procedures completed in FY 2012 and an expected 3,600 procedures anticipated for FY 2013.
The Candidate: The successful candidate will be an accomplished, proven cath lab director with a demonstrated history of successfully leading and implementing cardiac cath programs in a high-volume, competitive hospital or health system. He/She will possess a minimum of three to five years experience managing a clinical cath lab in a facility of similar size, or assisting the direction of a larger cath lab. A BSN from an accredited institution is required, as is a current RN license and certification in a clinical area or nursing administration. A Master of Science degree in Nursing is preferred.
The Community: As one of Greater Philadelphia’s Classic Towns, Phoenixville offers historic homes, artists’ galleries, fine dining and wonderful shops for visitors and residents to enjoy.
Please email resume to Amy Rose, email@example.com .
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