Filled with light and echoing the natural beauty of Montana, the St. Vincent Healthcare Frontier Cancer Center offers the latest treatments combined with the highest levels of dedication to comprehensive, compassionate care. Our innovative, patient-focused approach is surpassed only by our depth of knowledge and breadth of expertise. Our four Oncologists and our Radiation Oncologist have decades of experience diagnosing and treating a wide variety of cancers and blood disorders, ranging from the most common to the most complex. We have full comprehensive services of Medical Oncology, Infusion services, Radiation Oncology, Imaging, Lab, and Oncology Research.
Care Site Description
St. Vincent Healthcare is part of SCL Health System, a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization.
Interested in making a difference? Then check us out. Our rich heritage and mission, and our focus on health care delivery that values person-centered care, excellence and accountability are a winning combination as we bring health – and hope – to our patients.
Billings, Mont. (est. 1898)
Largest tertiary care hospital and Level II Trauma Center in Montana serving patients in eastern and south-central Mont. and northern Wyo.
2,100 associates, 529 medical staff
286 beds (201 are staffed)
Services & Expertise
Comprehensive Regional Services
St. Vincent Healthcare is an award-winning hospital providing person-centered care. We are People Healing People throughout the communities that we serve, especially the poor and vulnerable.
In this position, the Ambulatory Clinic Manager will demonstrate the SVH core values at all times. Under the direction of the Frontier COO, they will oversee the daily clinical operations of the department; patient advocacy/safety and satisfaction, regulatory compliance, core measures, staff scheduling, and patient/bed flow activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Serves as a clinical resource person to staff by assisting with decision-making, assessment, treatment and documentation of care
Participates in collaborative patient care with providers on a daily basis. Works with other members of the multidisciplinary healthcare team and the patient/family to assist in the development , updating and/or reinforcement of the patient’s plan of care
Performs staffing daily assignments to ensure a comprehensive skill mix and acuity level and ensures productivity goals are met
Assists with human resource activities such as interviewing, hiring, coaching, mentoring, disciplining and evaluating staff
Communicates effectively and appropriately at all times
Provides input in the preparation of annual budgets for capital equipment, personnel, supplies, and other departmental costs.
Assists in payroll processes as directed by the Frontier COO
Assists in orientation and evaluation of new hires
Serves as a mentor and role model for staff and students in the areas of quality care, service and professionalism
In coordination with the Frontier COO assists in planning and actively participates in; unit/department meetings, staff development, leadership development, educational events and needs assessments of the staff
Quality Improvement and Regulatory Compliance
Measures effectiveness of processes utilized to improve patient flow, and patient, staff, and physician satisfaction in collaboration with manager
Works with the Frontier COO to help plan, educate and reinforce continuous process improvement initiatives in the department
Investigates unusual occurrences and documents in Mosiaq
Facilitates completion of performance audits in an appropriate timeframe including but not limited to;
Core Measures, Joint Commission Indicators, and National Patient Safety Goals
Participates in the review of unit processes, policies and procedures in collaboration with appropriate councils to insure best practices and regulatory standards
Works collaboratively with physicians and ancillary services to coordinate care and ensure best practice initiatives
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Current Montana RN licensure
Minimum of two years clinical nursing experience in a related specialty area preferred
Current BLS certification and other certifications per department requirements
Ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically within a multi-functional team
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Ability to successfully function in a fast paced, service oriented environment
Demonstrate experience with computers and associated software programs such as but not limited to the Microsoft Office Suite
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization that operates eight hospitals, four safety net clinics, one children’s mental health center and more than 190 ambulatory service centers in three states – Colorado, Kansas and Montana. The health system includes 15,000 full-time associates and more than 500 employed providers.