Operating Room Nursing Director, Surgical Services

A leadership opportunity is presently available for a Nursing Director of Perioperative Services with an acute care hospital in Eastern Pennsylvania. The area features convenient access to several metropolitan cities including Philadelphia, Allentown, and Reading, but is positioned in a suburban community with a small town feel.

The Director of Surgical Services will join a 200+ bed, acute care hospital that’s served the health care needs of the surrounding community for decades. In addition to Surgical Services, this hospital features 24-Hour Emergency Services, Laboratory Testing, Critical Care Unit, and Pain Management Center. The hospital is a supported by system-wide hospital network and maintains financial stability and growth.

This Director of Perioperative Services will provide operational leadership within the surgical department of 8+ OR Suites and 2 Endoscopy Suites. The department performs a variety of procedures including general orthopedics, plastic surgeries and OBGYN procedures. 5,000+ inpatient and 5,000+ outpatient procedures are performed annually within this unit that includes a Nurse OR Manager, Charge Nurses and RN staff members.

The Nurse Director of Operating Room will provide training to department nursing staff and leadership, evaluate employee performance, and hire additional department nursing staff members as needed. The Operating Room Nurse Director will provide, submit and maintain the departmental budget and ensure high patient satisfaction and quality care. Reporting to the Surgical Services Executive, the Nurse Director of Surgical Services will also monitor supplies and equipment and authorize purchasing on behalf of the unit.

The Eastern Pennsylvania region offers an extremely high quality of life, with a variety of community festivals, golf courses, historical sights and beautiful communities to work and raise a family.

Employees of this healthcare facility are offered a competitive salary and are eligible for a full benefit package that includes paid time off and health insurance opportunities.

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