Named by Truven Health Analytics TOP 15 Healthcare Systems in the U.S. and Fortune TOP Places to work in healthcare in the U.S.
- Faith Driven, Not-For Profit, Patient-Centric Culture
- Competitive Compensation
- Excellent Benefits
- Learning Hospital System, Kettering College
- Nine hospitals and 150 outpatient facilities
- Promote from within
Kettering Medical Center Operating Room
- IBM Watson Health™ 100 Top Hospitals
- National recognition for innovation in Orthopedic and Heart Care
- 21 state-of-the art operating suites
- General, Heart, Neuro, Orthopedic and Robotic surgery
- Level II trauma facility
Patient Care Operational responsibility for the Surgical Suites on a twenty-four hour a day basis. Utilizing the nursing process, the Clinical Operations Director (COD), is responsible for planning, implementation, and evaluation of perioperative nursing care to patients in all settings where nursing care is provided in collaboration with other health care providers.
The COD is accountable for his/her own professional development and practice within the scope of care defined by law.
Utilizing organizational resources, the COD is accountable for the provision of safe patient care, compliance with department strategic objectives, participation in performance and practice improvement activities. The delivery of evidence-based nursing care at Kettering Medical Center (KMC) reflects the philosophies, missions, vision and values of the organization and nursing department.
Education Requirements (more specifics may be listed in the following departmental criteria):
Knowledge and Abilities:
- Current CPR certification
- Has completed annual Corporate Integrity training
- Maintains competencies & skills of specialty area of practice, per unit education policies
- Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations and critical analysis skills as evidenced by previous experience
- Demonstrates ability to function under stress
An interdisciplinary working environment within patient care areas where possible exposure to infection (germs, bacteria, viruses, etc.) exists