Nurse Manager - Urology
Req #: 44111
Job Category: Management & Supervisory
Shift: Day shift
Department: PR-Center Urologic Specialties - 1530
In collaboration with appropriate administrative and clinical personnel, the Nurse Manager Urology works to provide management and supervision of staff in the Urologist's office. Additionally through collaborative means, participates in the coordination of clinical practice activities in the office through the development and implementation of educational and orientation programs and clinical problem solving. Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the patient. Works in partnership with other staff members and physicians to proactively identify and provide for patient needs in accordance with LBH customer service standards and expectations along with TJC standards and expectations. The Nurse Manager will maintain daily functions of the Ambulatory Surgery Center for the Center for Urologic Specialties, Supervise RNs and MAs, and work closely with the Medical Director of Ambulatory Services to ensure all policies and procedures are up-to-date and followed.
The Division of Urology provides comprehensive urologic care, including surgical and non-surgical treatment of urinary tract tumors, stone disease, urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction. State-of-the-art techniques and resources are used in the diagnosis and management of urologic problems. Several of our physicians are experts in laparoscopic approaches to urologic surgery. Cryotherapy is available, as is the latest technology for treating prostate cancer. Biannual prostate screening is provided to the community free of charge.
Requirements: Basic professional knowledge equivalent to a Bachelor's degree, BSN required, working knowledge of theory and practice within a specialized field, at least 3 years of RN Urology experience, team-lead or supervisory experience preferred, basic phlebotomy (blood draw) skills, formal training or education in Urodynamics, Maryland Registered Nurse License, American Heart Association CPR Certification, medical equipment, ability to problem solve, critical thinking, ability to training and cultivate talent, Microsoft Office Suite, basic computer skills, Cerner, Healthstream, IDX, standard office equipment, medical terminology, Nursing Process skills based on MD Nurse Practice Act, critical thinking skills.