Nursing & EMS
Campbell County Health
Working in conjunction with the AdministrativeDirector of Nursing, Nurse
Director the clinical supervisor assesses, plans, implements, evaluates
and collaborates with other departments to ensure excellence in resident
and family care reflective of CCH mission, vision and values. Assists
in the planning, direction, organization and leadership of departmental
services for all neighborhoods. The clinical supervisor practices within
the framework of the Wyoming Nurse Practice Act and American Nurses Association
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES
- Oversees and participates in the nursing process, and documentation thereof,
monitors correct staff documentation through appropriate use of EMR, EMARand
- Monitors/Reviews LTC medical record for accuracy and nursing documentation.
- Ensures staff accountability in implementing the nursing process (assessment,
implementation and updating plan of care, performing interventions, providing
resident and family education and evaluation of outcomes.)
- Shares in the responsibility of unit staffing and monitors delivery of
resident care through consistent rounding.
- Collaborates in development of departmental goals and objectives by using
current PI projects as models.
- Participates in development of departmental policies and procedures and
monitors compliance with standards of clinical practice.
- Rounds on all residents in collaboration with manager to ensure that service
expectations are met and quality care is provided.
- Provides oversight of day-to-day processes and expectations (e.g. report
and handoffs, dashboard indicators, care planning, patient safety initiatives,
physician rounding) and reports to manager as needed.
- Models and coaches Excellence Every Day
- Assists with the hiring, training, and evaluation of employees as delegated.
- Assists in the maintenance of fiscal compliance.
- Evaluates new procedures and equipment for the department in conjunction
with the education staff in the facility
- Collaborates and assists with the implementation for departmental training
including orientation, competency assessment, mentoring, coaching and
evaluation. Collaborates with physicians and other health care members
in communicating the plan of care and anticipated outcomes for the resident.
- Facilitates resident/family teaching, including physical, psychosocial
and spiritual needs.
- Models and fosters customer service excellence through the consistent use
of Excellence Every Day principles such as AIDET.
- Adheres to CCH policies and procedures.
- Complies with the organizations Corporate Compliance Program including,
but not limited to, the Code of Conduct, laws and regulations, and hospital
policies and procedures.
- Must be free from governmental sanctions involving health care and/or financial
- Delegate tasks appropriately to other staff.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, Geriatric certification
Licensure: Current Wyoming Nursing license.
Must have current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR or
American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR within 60 days of employment.
Experience: 3 years experience in LTC or previous experience in related
clinical area with supervisory responsibility.