Responsible for the overall coordination and clinical efficiency of the Division at direction of Division Chief Oversight of OR scheduling Oversight of Cath lab / pre-procedure unit scheduling which includes review and adjustment of schedules as needed Review of clinic processes/ room allocation for efficient outpatient enterprise Oversight of clinic scheduling within the division including tracking and review of all new patient appointments and triage Primary point of contact for our Division for our office, operating room, Cath lab, pre-procedure and post-procedure units, clinic, and outreach locations. Clinical support – provide clinical support of surgeons and APPs in the division including patient phone calls, follow up from clinics, communication with outside physicians and oversee clinical support by clinic and Division nursing staff. This position will work closely with the Nurse Manager to ensure that clinical operations have coverage on a daily basis. Division administration Support of division faculty in various needs to improve clinical function/productivity Assist Division Chief with Division conference schedule, Morbidity and Mortality Conferences, and faculty and staff meetings Represent division at multiple meetings across the Hospital and health system Visiting Professor organization Program Development, Quality and Process Improvement and oversight of Outreach Clinics Collaborates with physicians, nurses, and other health team members in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards of practice, and standards of patient care, which effect vascular surgery patient outcomes. Evaluates outcomes of patient clinical management protocols and nursing care. Provides direct feedback to nurse managers in the system regarding clinical aspects of nursing evaluations. Develops effective nursing staff educational programs relevant to the needs of the vascular surgery unit. Serves as the clinical expert for staff. Identifies and evaluates quality improvement project initiatives with the Chief of Vascular Surgery and Hospital service line leaders Development and Administration of Programs of Excellence PAD/Limb Preservation program and VMCPAD Clinical Pathways Aortic Center of Excellence Dialysis access program Division and service line QA meetings including agenda and review of data ECU Project CORE (Creating Optimal Referral Experiences) Epic E-Consults Epic Enhanced referrals Identifies quality and research initiatives related to the vascular surgery patient population. Works with peers to develop quality and research projects for Vascular Surgery and the Cardiovascular service line Works with Division Chief / Vascular Service line director and Vidant Hospital data abstractors to maintain adequate and accurate internal clinical database as well the Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI) database (in conjunction with Vidant Medical Center VQI Lead Physician) Outreach Primary point of contact for outreach sites, work with Chief of Vascular to determine new outreach sites and development. Has oversight of sites and provides ongoing support and oversight of all clinical operations. Review of schedules (clinic and vascular lab) at satellite locations. Marketing and growth of current outreach sites as well as monitoring for productivity CLINICALSUPPORTPOSITION – NOTSUBJECT TO STATEHUMANRESOURCESACT. The ECU Brody School of Medicine is affiliated with Vidant Medical Center. Vidant Medical Center is the flagship hospital for Vidant Health and serves as the teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
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Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full time basis.
Graduation from state-accredited school of registered nursing and two years of nursing experience, with at least one year in the assigned specialty area. Must have a current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina by the North Carolina Board of Nursing. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 400255
Organizational Unit Overview:
The Brody School of Department at East Carolina University (ECU) is composed of 18 departments which function to: 1) provide health care for the citizens of eastern North Carolina; 2) educate primary care physicians to meet the health care needs of eastern North Carolina; and 3) make medical education available to minority and disadvantaged people. The Department of Cardiovascular Sciences (herein referred to as Cardiovascular Sciences or CVS) is the university's newest department, and is a primary contributor to the School's mission of medical education, patient care, research, and community service. Playing an important role in the Brody School of Department's academic group practice, the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences consists of the Department Chairman, two Medical Directors of Clinical Services, four leadership core units (Department Administrator, CVS Operations Committee/Section Chiefs, Nurse Administrator, and Vice Chairman and Director of Research), and seven clinical and educational divisions. The primary roles of education (students, residents, fellows and continuing medical education), clinical services (Structural Heart Disease, Electrophysiology & Arrhythmias, Heart Failure, Primary and Secondary Prevention, and Vascular Diseases), research (clinical and basic bench research in cardiovascular clinical care, clinical trials to develop new treatments for cardiovascular disease, educational programs for local, regional, and national health care providers, and wellness and prevention programs), academic affairs/faculty development, and administration (business and clinical support services) are led by the Department Chairman and CVS Operations Committee. (Please reference organizational chart). The clinical sections represented in Cardiovascular Diseases include: Structural Heart Disease, Electrophysiology & Arrhythmias, Heart Failure, Primary and Secondary Prevention, and Vascular Diseases. There are currently 37 MD and PhD faculty members, 15 Fellows, and 16 Physician Extenders and Cardiovascular Sciences Technicians. A clinical, administrative, and research support staff numbering nearly 100 CSS and SPA employees provides support to the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences' faculty and learner groups. Subspecialty fellows (fully trained internists receiving training in a clinical subspecialty within Cardiovascular Sciences and Internal Department) currently number fifteen. The majority of the department's educational, clinical and research activities take place within the context of the East Carolina University Brody School of Department and the University Health Systems of Eastern North Carolina-Pitt County. The central component of the medical center will be the new East Carolina Heart Institute (ECHI). Designed to be a world-class cardiovascular destination offering state-of-the-art medical technology, education, and research in one location, the East Carolina Heart Institute is composed of three main partners Vidant Medical Center, East Carolina University, and private practice practitioners. The Institute is committed to superior patient care, collaborative research, and continuous training and education. The East Carolina Heart Institute is the umbrella name for the two facilities that make up the Institute
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