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Discover a future full of possibilities this July 2018
Now Hiring a Patient Care Manager, Endoscopy Center
This Summer of 2018, Stanford Ambulatory Care will open the newly renovated Pavilion D of the Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center in Redwood City. Conveniently located just off Highway 101 at 450 Broadway Street with easy access, the Outpatient Center offers an environment that is commensurate with Stanford's quality of care, and the facility was built with a patient-centric approach to provide the highest level of personal service.
The Digestive Health Center will be one of those Ambulatory Clinics moving from the main campus to Redwood City. To provide accessibility to their patients needing minimally invasive procedures, a new state-of-the-art Endoscopy Center will also open this Summer. We are now recruiting for the Patient Care Manager to help plan and manage the opening for the Endoscopy Center.
The Patient Care Manager will have leadership and oversight of the opening and management for the new Endoscopy Center. The Endoscopy Center will have 9 procedure rooms and 18 Recover bays.
The Manager will be responsible for the management of the day-to-day operation of the new unit: will be accountable for the effective delivery of competent compassionate care; administrative and budget assurance/improvement; safety and risk management as well as unit policies, goals and objectives. Responsible for providing multi-disciplinary care to patients and dedicated to the improvement of patient outcomes in a high quality, cost-effective environment. She/He will manage and hire approximately 55 staff members including an Assistant Manager, Educator, Nurses, Techs and Coordinators.
Our ideal candidate will possess the following: A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (prefer Master’s Degree in related field); A minimum 3 years of strong progressive leadership experience (preferably in an OR, ASC or Endoscopy Unit); 3 years nursing experience in an Endoscopy, ASC or OR; Financial understanding of operations (revenue cycle) of a business; Experience in planning and opening of an Endoscopy, Ambulatory Surgery Center or Operating Room; Experience in regulatory and accreditation requirements; Experience in Quality & Process Improvement and/or Service Excellence; Knowledge of CMS and CDPH Certifications; Knowledge of Joint Commission Standards; Knowledge of CDC Infection Control Guidelines; Valid CA RN License and AHA Basic Life Support Certification; Prefer CGRN or CNOR Certification. Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as possession of any required licenses or certifications is qualifying.
As an organization with more than 300 facilities throughout the Bay Area, we are a team united by our culture of respect. Our C-I-CARE philosophy invites each employee to elevate the patient experience, because every interaction is a chance to make a positive impact in the lives of those around us. Of course, that same commitment extends to the way we work together. We prize open communication and... intensive collaboration as we strive to recognize every contribution. Because that’s how true innovation happens again and again.