Recruiting for an experienced NYS Licensed Administrator for their SNF (Skilled Nursing Facility) and TCU (Transitional Care Unit). Their campus is a 70-bed SNF, and 20-bed TCU. The individual reports to the Associate VP of Patient Services. The ideal candidate will possess the following key attributes:
Creative and supportive to staff
Possess a strong long term care and sub acute focus
Knowledgeable of all pertaining codes and regulations
Experienced within the implementation of standards and the formulation of monitoring systems
Currently licensed as a NYS Nursing Home Administrator
Graduate of an accredited institution with a minimum of BS/BA
Strong knowledge base in state and federal regulations and standards for nursing home
Must have demonstrated analytical and planning skills, a creative approach to problem solving, and be self-directed.
Must have strong interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to establish collaborative relationships
Develops and facilitates a model of collaborative professional practice.
Defines the departmentís scope of services and major aspects of care based upon the discreet resident population served.
Maintains the system and facilitates the process for developing, implementing and evaluating standards of care and standards of practice based on the discreet resident population, relevant professional standards, and current research.
Assures that patient care is delivered utilizing an appropriate model of care delivery for the resident population and that all care providers practice in roles as allowed by the State Practice Act and for which they have been educated and trained.
Successfully completes 48 CEU hours of education every two years to maintain NYS Nursing Home Administratorís license.
Active member of the SNF and TCU Interdisciplinary Care Team.
Ensures compliance with federal and NYS codes, rules and regulations regarding nursing homes.
Serves as a resource to those with line management responsibility in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of new programs. Conducts the necessary research for such program development utilizing current literature, site visits, and other appropriate resources.
Represents Nursing Administration on Medical Staff and hospital committees as appointed. Chairs such committees as requested.