At Orange Park Medical Center, we are committed to quality care and a heightened focus on extraordinary service. Founded in 1974, Orange Park Medical Center has grown from a small community hospital to a top healthcare provider in northeast Florida. We are a full-service, acute-care hospital with 317 inpatient beds located in the heart of Orange Park, providing medical care to Clay County and surrounding communities. The hospital has 170 private rooms. There are nine labor, delivery and recovery room suites for new mothers and a seven-bed, Level-2 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) for premature babies and those born with special needs. There is also a 24-bed psychiatric unit, 20-bed inpatient rehabilitation unit and 20 ICU beds.
We are searching for a new Nurse Manager of NICU, who under the leadership of the Director, is responsible for planning, organizing, staffing and directing functions to ensure the effective operation of the Unit. He/she functions in cooperation with the leadership team in developing plans and, policies and procedures, to efficiently meet the objective of providing quality care at Orange Park Medical Center and assumes the role as a leader in planning, directing and managing the unit and staff to assure quality service on a 24 hour basis.
The Clinical Nurse Manager is responsible for meeting Joint Commission standards, complying with all state and federal regulations, complying with corporate and hospital policy and procedures, managing supplies and equipment, promoting teamwork with physicians and all health care providers, promoting internal and external customer satisfaction, and for appropriate resource management and will also assume responsibility for education and competency process for all staff members.
The successful candidate for the NICU Manager position will be someone with at least 3 years of direct clinical care in a Level 3 NICU and at 2 years of progressive leadership experience, supervisory level or higher. We are seeking a transformational leader that can assist us in taking our high functioning, Level 2 NICU to a Level 3 NICU. This candidate should be a hands on nurse that does not mind getting in the trenches with the staff, a unique problem solver that enjoys working closely with the staff to innovatively solve problems. A BSN degree is required, however, a MSN degree is preferred. This position will also incorporate teaching and education to the staff nurses in the NICU. There is a current building project under way that will afford the NICU 5 additional bed spaces. Orange Park Medical Center is a great community hospital that boasts a very high level of quality as well as compassionate care. The position will have 24/7 accountability for approximately 20 FTE’s and will also oversee the Transition Nursery.
Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Master's Degree preferred
Florida RN License
American Heart Association BLS Health Care Provider
Required Experience: 3 years of Clinical L&D experience and a proven track record of progressive Leadership experience
Internal Number: 01310-8646
About Orange Park Medical Center
The South Atlantic Division of HCA is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina. The 13 health system network features over 1,500 beds in facilities in Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. The facilities in the health system offer premier health care with a variety of services and specialty practices.
Grand Strand Regional Medical Center, Trident Health System, Summerville Medical Center, Colleton Medical Center, Memorial Hospital of Jacksonville, Orange Park Medical Center, Specialty Hospital of Jacksonville, Doctors Hospital, Coliseum Medical Center, Coliseum Northside, Fairview Park and Memorial Satilla, offer a full-range of diagnostic, therapeutic, emergency and surgical services. The South Atlantic Division integrates innovative, state-of-the-art technologies, such as CyberKnife, with fully developed departments specializing in oncology, orthopedics, cardiology, neuroscience, women’s health, gerontology, bariatric surgery and emergency room services.