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ER, ED Emergency Department Director (Director of Emergency Services) Experienced RN Director actively seeking a new career opportunity in California or Arkansas. Active Candidate CV …

ER, ED Emergency Department Director (Director of Emergency Services) Experienced RN Director actively seeking a new career opportunity in California or Arkansas. Active Candidate CV
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  • 1. Resume CV Candidate ER Director seeking California or ArkansasResume CV of Candidate 874521 ER Director with extensive management experience in EmergencyCare, Trauma, Pediatrics, And Critical Care. Seeking new opportunity in California.Director of Emergency Services October 2005 – PresentCompany Confidential, TNLarge non-profit hospital system.36 ER beds (including 10 bed Fast Track) and an 8 bed Clinical Decision Unit. 60,000 visits this year with an increasedvolume over the past 6 yrs of 44%. EMR is Cerner – the ER is entirely paperless including CPOE/EMAR. 182 FTE’s  Reduced boarding hours to < 2 hrs daily – Chair throughput team  EMTALA and Transfer Laws- understanding of legal and regulatory requirements  Marketed “30 minute to be seen by provider” – real time dashboard  Implemented 5-level triage  TAT’s < 180 min.  LWBS < .8 from 10%  Fast Track TAT time < 90 min- average 40 pts daily  Certified Chest Pain Center- Level III  AMI certified  STEMI – Door to Balloon time: 2006 >102 min 2011 = 71.5 min.  EMS education partner for Cardiac and Stroke  RN Turnover < 11.2 % No agency or travelers > 5 years  Initiated RN/EDT Team – 4:1 Ratio  Customer Satisfaction: highest in system 92% Benchmarking HCAPS (89%)  Balanced Budget < 3% OT  Directs and implements changes to meet CMS goalsCharge Nurse/ ER Educator April 2003 – September 2005Large Regional Hospital, CAWorked as a dayshift Charge Nurse and Educator for a 12 Bed ER. Collaborated with leadership to develop andeducation program with emphasis on CMS, EMTALA and safety/risk management issues. We were also very involved inoutreach programs with the Hispanic population- especially the pediatric age group. ENA State Representative.Emergency Department Manager April 2000- March 03Community Hospital, CAResponsible for the budget and daily operations – 60,000 visits a year with a 28 bed ER. During this period two hospitalsmerged and started the renovation/building/funding plan for the Level I Trauma/Burn Center. Implemented Externprogram in the ER and a paramedic extern program. Experience with joint commission survey, ENA outreach programs andskylife. Served as ENA President for regional area. Completely staffed – no registry and travelers by end of tenure.
  • 2. Supplemental RN Positions January 2000 – April 2000Nurse Manager, Emergency Department October 1988 – January 2000Sierra Kings District Hospital – Reedley, CA  Developed community outreach program – found funding for the helipad  95210 rural health clinic – wrote and received a grant to open this clinic on the hospital grounds for underserved referrals  Designed and opened the workman’s compensation clinic  Worked as a liaison between Reedley and the Fresno hospitals for higher level of care transports- including the t- PA for STEMI and Stroke  Collected the initial data for Genentech for the TIMI 1 studies  Shots for Kids programEDUCATIONBachelor of Science in NursingUnion University- Jackson, TNAssociate of Science in NursingCollege of the Sequoias, Visalia, CAApplication pending for Master’s program – NP CERTIFICATIONS CEN 1988- present ACLS – Advanced Cardiac Life Support PALS – Pediatric Advanced Life Support ENPC – Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course TNCC – Trauma Nurse Core Course BLS – Basic Life Support NRP – Neonatal Resuscitation LICENSURE State – Tennessee State – CaliforniaPlease send me more information on this candidatePosted in :intitle, :inurl, AR, Arkansas, ARKANSAS AR Resume, CALIFORNIA CA, Director Resumes, ERDirector Resume, ER Resume, Healthcare Resumes, Hospital Medicine, inpatient, Intelli-Source, intitle, inurl,Los Angeles, Nurse Executive, Nurse Manager, Nursing Executive, Nursing Management CV, NursingManagement Resume, Registered Nurse RN, Resume, san diego, santa barbara, sonoma county, urgent care