Texas Health

  • Clinical Director, Surgery

    ID
    2018-4592
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Category
    Management
    Regular Work Hours
    Salaried
    Location
    US-TX-Southlake
  • Overview

    Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake is a hospital where employees want to work, physicians want to practice medicine and patients receive exceptional health care. We are passionate about operational and service excellence. Do you have what it takes to part of the Texas Health Southlake Team? Recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare and as one of The Best Companies to Work for in Texas, Texas Health Southlake has an exciting opportunity.  We are looking for an Experienced Surgical Director to add to our leadership team.

    Responsibilities

    Texas Health Southlake is seeking a dynamic Surgical Director to join our award winning surgery department. Texas Health Southlake is one of the top 10% in State and top in Nation and/or Region for Overall Hospital Care and Overall Surgical Care along with other Medical Excellence and Patient Safety awards.

    Reporting directly to the CNO the Director of Surgical Services is responsible for the development and implementation of strategies to grow surgical volume by developing new programs, assures the provision of high quality care and safety for surgical patients and their families. This includes staff recruitment and retention, physician relations, physician satisfaction and maintaining designated budgetary parameters. 

    The Director of Surgical Services will oversee 6 ORs, one Pain Suite, and Sterile Processing.

    Qualifications

    Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, BSN required.

    Minimum of 5 years of leadership experience

    Current State of Texas RN licensure and BLS from the American Heart Association

    Preferred certification in Perioperative Nursing CNOR

    Masters Degree preferred



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