Provides supervision and leadership to the patient care units. Specific functions include: collaborates and supports manager with staff evaluations, patient flow, staff and family education, serves as patient/guest service ambassador and assists with problem solving on tour of duty. Additionally, coordinates staffing and nursing assignments for current and oncoming shift. Participates in hourly rounding and ensures compliance of same. Ensures that services are provided within the philosophy and objectives as well as the policies and procedures of the hospital and Baptist Health South Florida.
Bachelors of Science in Nursing, BSN. RNs hired prior to 2/2012 are not required to have a BSN to continue in their non-leadership role as an RN. RNs hired after 2/2012 with an Associates Degree have 3 years to complete the BSN. Active and unrestricted Florida RN license required. BLS for healthcare providers required. ACLS, PALS, or NRP as required by unit assignment within 6 months of promotion or hire. Certification in area of specialty within 2 years of signing, promotion or hire.
Minimum Required Experience: 3 Years
Internal Number: 112063
About Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health
Baptist Hospital of Miami, a part of Baptist Health South Florida, has been providing comprehensive cancer care for more than 30 years. Our staff works with patients in a variety of settings, including specialized cancer care centers for inpatient and outpatient treatments. In 2016 we welcomed the newest weapon in the fight against cancer, the world-class Miami Cancer Institute (MCI) and proton therapy center on the Baptist Hospital campus. As part of our continued growth at Baptist Hospital and Miami Cancer Institute, we will be opening a new 200+ bed tower at Baptist Hospital of Miami. This new bed tower will include a new oncology and blood marrow transplant unit. The outpatient and inpatient transplant programs at Baptist Hospital of Miami and Miami Cancer Institute are an important part of our mission to provide sophisticated, high-quality cancer care to patients here in our region and also those coming from the Caribbean, Latin America and beyond.