Clinical Manager - Eye Center & Endoscopy Unit
Bachelor's Degree Required
Nestled between the ocean and the
mountains, Santa Barbara, California offers breathtaking vistas, beautiful
flowers, an abundance of Spanish colonial architecture and a mild,
- "Mediterranean" climate. Once you come home to Santa Barbara, it's hard
to imagine living anywhere else. Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital offers an
outstanding compensation and benefits package, which includes relocation
assistance, rental assistance, and pension plan. Make the move that will change
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital is
currently seeking a Clinical Manager for our Eye Center and Endoscopy Unit.
Cottage Endoscopy is a fast paced unit with a focus on patient and staff
satisfaction through teamwork, shared governance and a commitment to quality.
Gastrointestinal, Pulmonary and Cardiac procedures are done in the department
and throughout the hospital.
The nursing team works closely with
the Endoscopist, Pulmonologist and Cardiologist. The ASGE (America
Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy) recognizes Cottage Health; Santa Barbara
Cottage Hospital for Promoting Quality in Endoscopy.
The Eye Center has an average
census of 300 patients per month. Surgical procedures include cataract and
retinal procedures, as well as laser assisted surgery, refractive vision
correction, posterior capsulotomy, pan retinal photocoagulation, iridotomy and
trabeculotomy procedures. The Eye Center supports a multidisciplinary approach
to patient care and provides an environment of learning and professional growth
for staff development.
The Clinical Manager is the first
line manager responsible for the 24-hour functioning of the patient care unit
and services. The Clinical Manager translates the organizational/system's
mission and vision into operating through the design and provision of a
quality, integrated service at a reasonable cost While primarily responsible
for the operational quality, effectiveness and efficiency of the hospital's
service, the Clinical Manager demonstrates an awareness of additional internal
and external forces impacting care and resources at the point-of-service as
well as across the care continuum. A commitment to clinical excellence is
displayed through participation in and support of consistent implementation of
clinical standards of care and practice and through professional development
activities for self and service staff.
BSN, BLS, ACLS, PALS and California RN
licensure required. Master of Science in Nursing or Master degree in a
related field preferred. Recent clinical experience and progressive
supervisory responsibility also required.