As Rhode Island's largest health system and private employer, Lifespan is dedicated to improving the way clinical care, medical research and education, and community services are delivered. Our flagship facility, Rhode Island Hospital, is seeking a Clinical Manager to join the team. This role is responsible for translating and supporting the goals, objectives, policies and procedures of the Infusion Clinic into action within the framework of Lifespan’s mission and vision. We will rely on you to maintain the standards of nursing practice and the Oncology Nursing Society through the delivery of patient care. This position has the delegated authority to make decisions in the areas of patient care delivery, human resource management and budgetary development and compliance.
Must be matriculated in a Master’s program within the first year of employment
Current licensure to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Rhode Island or in a state that participates in the Nurse Licensure Compact
Strong leadership skills
Minimum of five years of relevant clinical experience
Working at Lifespan
At Lifespan, we utilize a multidisciplinary team approach to medicine and provide the right blend of autonomy and collaboration. If you share our passion for providing the very best care in a supportive professional setting, join one of the nation’s Top 100 health systems. Consistently awarded Magnet® status in nursing care, Lifespan is committed to clinical excellence and devoted to our mission of delivering health with care. To learn more and apply, visit:
Lifespan is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, ethnicity, sexual preference or orientation, ancestry, genetics, gender identity or expression, disability, protected veteran or marital status. Lifespan is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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Inventing better care, day by day by discovery
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We’ll do whatever it takes to offer the best in care and empower the best in quality of life. And it’s an approach that works — whether it’s a patient who undergoes a new, life-saving procedure or a clinical researcher who finds promise in a new cancer treatment, exciting new medicine is happening at VCU Health.
We have it all:
An academic medical center
A Level I trauma center
One of only two NCI-designated cancer centers in Virginia
The region’s only full-service children’s hospital
More than 750 physicians in 200 specialties
With a community health center, dedicated research teams, facilities and valued partners in every field
Our medical teams are top notch. And we’re not too shy to boast of internationally known physicians, some recognized as the best in the country, top-ranked local specialists and all-around all-stars at every level. Together through our VCU Medi...cal Center, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU and VCU Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill we:
Served almost 112,000 people in our emergency departments
Admitted nearly 50,000 to our inpatient and observation beds
Took care of more than 640,000 in our outpatient clinics
Advanced the learning of more than 5,000 health science students across all disciplines
And here are just a few of our most recent accomplishments:
VCU Medical Center earned special recognition from The Joint Commission as a 2015 Top Performing Hospital on quality measures
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU was named Virginia’s first Level I pediatric trauma center by The American College of Surgeons
VCU Community Memorial Hospital was awarded the Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines-Stroke® program
Virginia Premier Health Plan’s Medicaid plan is accredited by the National Committee of Quality Assurance, a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality
VCU Medical Center received the 2014 AHA-McKesson Quest for Quality Prize, a distinction that goes to one standout U.S. hospital annually for leadership and innovation in quality improvement and safety
From our very first years to our most recent advancements, we are driven to learn more, dig deeper, teach passionately and never rest in order to be a true leader in discovering what’s possible in health and recovery.
We are a comprehensive system of care and a pioneer of health.