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Nursing Director of Surgical Services

A leading acute care hospital system in the¬ IL/MO region is searching for an experienced and dynamic Nursing Director of Surgical Services to join its award-winning team. This facility is dedicated to providing patient-centered care and to utilizing the latest technologies in the healthcare field.¬ 


The Nursing Director of Surgical Services will become a part of this 300+ bed hospital that is a leader in providing advanced medical services in a variety of specialties, including state-of-the-art surgery. This not-for-profit hospital is well-known in the region for providing outstanding patient care and also a supportive culture for employees. The facility is continuously growing and developing their service lines, adding technology and innovation in order to successfully serve the health needs of the surrounding communities. This is a great place to join if you are looking to develop your career as a nursing leader.¬ 


The Nursing Director of Surgical Services will have complete oversight of the Perioperative service line and will be responsible for supervising staff, managing budgets, overseeing daily operations, implementing new strategic goals and objectives, utilizing evidence-based practices, and maintaining all quality metrics. The Nursing Director of Surgical Services will play a crucial role in the success of the departments and will act as a mentor to other staff members. The ideal candidate should have a strong leadership background in surgical services and a friendly disposition.¬ 


The hospital is located in a high-quality area that offers many different family-friendly activities to enjoy all year-round. Residents of this region have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of water-related activities, sporting events, concerts, and fine dining.¬ 


This progressive health system plans to move fast to bring an enthusiast Nursing Director of Surgical Services on board and will offer a generous compensation package and full benefits.


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