Assistant Nurse Manager Acute Dialysis Sign On Bonus
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Internal Number: 2009174
Your Role :
The Assistant Nurse Manager, Acute Dialysis Unit, is a direct supervisory leadership role and a key member of the Nursing leadership team. Your role will be under the guidance and direction of the Nurse Manager and leads a cohort of approximately 18 staff members and actively participates in overall management of the unit, development of clinical practice, and provision of patient care with accountabilities for implementation and outcomes for people leadership, quality, service, compliance, finance, throughout and scheduling.
SIgn On Bonus for eligible candidates - to be eligible you must not have been at Vanderbilt in the past two years - $10,000
The primary focus of the Assistant Nurse Manager is to ensure the unit's optimal performance by engaging in effective problem solving for staff, patients and families and to develop/lead the assigned cohort. This important role will provide feedback and coaching to staff members, recognizing them for their contributions while fostering a high-performance culture.
Unit Summary :
The environment on our unit is supportive, with many opportunities for continuous learning and professional growth while caring for patients with varied acuity and diagnoses.
We provide supportive therapies for Adult and Pediatric patients who are being treated for many diagnoses, requiring continuous and intermittent hemodialysis procedures as well as therapeutic apheresis, including therapeutic plasmapheresis, leukapheresis, LDL apheresis, therapeutic red cell exchanges, and platelet depletions. Our patients are unique because of their vast diagnoses and varied treatments.
The acute Dialysis Unit has eight beds and provide bedside treatments in VUAH and VCH. Our patient ratio is 1:1 or 2:1
One of the perks of working on the Dialysis unit is the collaboration within our multi-disciplinary team. Together our team of nurses, providers, management, case managers, and social workers provide each patient the treatment they require.
Our nurses are successful because they have supportive peers who believe in teamwork, continuous learning and applying critical care knowledge during treatments.
We orient new nurses to our unit by providing a progressive orientation that is structured to meet the needs of the learner based on their previous experiences.
Full-time, days requires 2 12-hour shifts and 2 8-hour shifts including 1 Saturday shift per month
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