Organization: Harborview Medical Center
Category: Nurse Management
Location: Seattle, WA
Date Job Posted: April 17, 2020
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Harborview Medical Center, UW Medicine Has an Outstanding Opportunity; Assistant Nurse Manager- 2WC- Madison, Infectious Diseases Clinics
This position is part of the team at Harborview Medical Center’s 2 West Clinics, which encompasses the Madison, Allergy, Infectious Diseases, and Hansen’s Disease Clinics. This role leads 2WC’s clinical team in a high-volume clinic serving vulnerable populations targeting those with HIV, allergies, Hansen’s Disease (leprosy), or other infectious diseases. Also, this role functions as a competent Registered Nurse to provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services throughout the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation.
The ANM (RN3) oversees day-to-day clinical activities, supervises clinical staff (RN2, LPN, MA staff), and provides direction to and coordination of the work of other clinical and support staff. The ANM helps in the planning and implementation of desired changes to improve the delivery of patient care and development of clinical support staff. Additionally, the ANM helps develop, guide and oversee Quality Improvement initiatives in conjunction with administrative and physician leadership.
Please apply via www.uw.edu/jobs to req. # 177435.
The assistant nurse manager position requires a BSN degree, a current license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Washington, experience in high acuity areas AND two years of professional nursing experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
About Harborview Medical Center, UW Medicine
Harborview Medical Center is a comprehensive healthcare facility dedicated to providing specialized care for a broad spectrum of patients from throughout the Pacific Northwest, including the most vulnerable residents of King County. As the only designated Level I adult and pediatric trauma and verified burn center in the state of Washington, Harborview serves as the regional trauma and burn referral center for Alaska, Montana and Idaho and the disaster preparedness and disaster control hospital for Seattle and King County. The UW Medicine physicians, staff and other healthcare professionals based at Harborview provide exemplary patient care in leading-edge centers of emphasis, including emergency medicine, trauma and burn care; neurosciences, ophthalmology, vascular surgery, HIV/AIDS and rehabilitation medicine. Patients given priority for care include the non-English speaking poor; the uninsured or underinsured, victims of domestic violence or sexual assault; people incarcerated in King County's jails; people with mental illness or substance abuse problems, particularly those treated involuntarily; people with sexually transmitted diseases; and those who require specialized emergency, trauma or burn care. Harborview recognizes that delivering quality healthcare is enhanced by a strong commitment to teaching, community service and research. Harborview fulfills its educational mission through the support of undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate and continuing education programs of the health professions of the University of Washington and other educational institutions, as well as programs relating to patient education. Harborview Medical Center is owned by King County, governed by a county-appointed board of trustees and managed under contract by the University of Washington. The medical center plans and coordinates with Public Health Seattle and King County, other County agencies, community providers, and area hospitals, to provide programs and services.