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The Administrative Nursing Supervisor (ANS) has the responsibility for directing and coordinating patient placement and nurse staffing throughout Community Hospital Long Beach. The House Supervisor directs and when necessary, triages admissions and transfers and makes the final decision regarding clinical unit for patient assignment. The position responds to all customer requests to include patients, families, physicians, and staff in both a collaborative and direct way. Unusual and unplanned patient and staff problems are referred to the ANS for resolution and if necessary referral to executive management and/or Risk Management. Significant events are evaluated by debriefing involved customers and staff, evaluating data, identifying immediate interventions, and consulting with Director or Executive Nurse on call as needed. The ANS responds on the behalf of executive nursing and/or executive management in their absence. The incumbent responds to all hospital emergency codes. During Code Triages, acts as the Incident Commander until relieved by assigned nurse administrator or hospital administrator. The ANS initiates emergency policies and procedures involving Emergency Department saturation and either no patient beds or no nurse staff to accommodate patient admissions within the medical center.
- A current California RN license is required.
- A Bachelor's of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) is preferred.
- 3+ years of active nursing practice in an area of similar clinical expertise preferred.
- Prior nursing leadership experience is preferred.
- Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (CPR & AED), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) are required.