Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
Legacy Health is a regional six-hospital health system, including a new state-of-the-art children’s hospital, offering a full range of primary and tertiary care services for both adults and children at sites throughout the Portland metropolitan and southwest Washington areas. We provide an integrated network of healthcare services, including acute and critical care, inpatient and outpatient treatment, a regional medical laboratory service, a research facility, community health education and other components of a complete health system. Legacy Health is known for its commitment to quality patient and family-centered care and team-oriented work environment.
It's not just a great place to work, it's also a great place to live. So why would you want to work for Legacy? When you consider everything we have to offer, the question becomes, "Why wouldn't you?"
We have an exciting opportunity for a Nurse Manager to lead our Short Stay, Pre-Admission, PACU and Bloodless Surgery Program at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center. Reporting to the Director of Surgical & Interventional Services, this position provides leadership to Short Stay, Pre-Admission, PACU and the Bloodless Surgery Program ensuring overall staffing effectiveness system wide.
We are seeking an experienced leader who has critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to develop effective relationships with staff, other departments, leadership and physicians.
Qualified candidates will have:
Our nursing staff cares for a diverse patient population in a urban hospital setting. Legacy Health is committed to diversity, inclusion and cultural competency.
Competitive compensation and benefits package include relocation assistance!
If you would like to join a progressive, quality-focused organization, then apply online at www.legacyhealth.org/jobs, and refer to job number 14-0545 or contact Barbara Becker at 503-415-5740, firstname.lastname@example.org. AA/EOE/Vets/Disability
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