RN Unit Manager
Company: St. Catherine of Siena
Posted on: June 10, 2021
RN Unit Manager
Good Samaritan Hospital is a 537- bed (including 100 nursing
home beds) teaching hospital and a member of Catholic Health. With
almost 900 physicians on staff, and a level II Trauma Center, we
care for well over 100,000 patients annually across the south shore
of Long Island. Our reputation for excellence is built on great
choices and empowered leadership, and fosters a team that is
focused on evidence based practice, continual learning and
exceptional quality of care.
The RN Unit Manager's primary responsibility is to oversee the
rendering of care, treatment, and services provided to
patients/residents within their assigned unit(s).
- Lead, educate and clinically assess for patients/residents and
- Assess plan, implement and ensure appropriate staffing and
allocating of nursing care related to patient resident acuity and
- Complete staff performance evaluations for staff. Oversee unit
receptionist to ensure that all medical records are maintained
according to state and federal guidelines.
- Currently NYS licensed Registered Professional Nurse
- Three years in clinical nursing and two years' experience in a
skilled nursing facility.
- Knowledge of safety and infection control policies.
At Catholic Health, your well-being comes first, with
comprehensive compensation and benefits; our offerings go beyond
the basics. In addition to multiple medical plans, life insurance,
generous paid time off and flexible spending accounts, we offer
substantial tuition reimbursement, an employer funded pension plan
and several savings plan options for your future. We are committed
to caring for Long Island. Be a part of our team of healthcare
Catholic Health is also proud to be voted one of Newsday's Top
Places to Work on Long Island in 2018 and 2019 and Modern
Healthcare's Best Place to work in both 2019 and 2020.
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