Pacific Coast Manor, located in Capitola, CA, provides both short-term rehabilitation and long-term care at the highest standards. We provide comprehensive skilled nursing care using state-of-the-art medical equipment and progressive treatment plans promoting quality care.
We have a separate, distinct unit in our facility with Neurological, Respiratory, Physical and Orthopedic based programs. Our therapy team is made up of physical, occupational, speech therapists and restorative nurse assistants. Each patient's rehabilitation program is designed to address the specific needs of the individual with treatment times varying from thirty minutes to three hours on a daily basis up to seven days per week.
We are looking for a dynamic Director of Nursing to join our team!
AHCA/NCAL Gold Excellence Quality Winner in 2015
5-Star Skilled Nursing Center, as rated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
2017 US News & World Report for “Best Nursing Homes in America."
99 Bed facility
Engaged Leadership team and supportive environment.
Excellent Survey outcomes - 0 deficiencies.
Strong camaraderie between Therapy and Nursing staff.
Solid processes & systems in place to support success.
High acuity, high velocity and very busy building.
KEY JOB DUTIES:
Achieve company and facility clinical indicators
Achieve facility goals for annual state survey ensure nursing programs are provided for the facility
Facilitate and sustain effective Interdisciplinary Team walking rounds per protocol
Promote clinical improvements through effective participation in the PPS care management process
Promote clinical improvements through Part B and other services (therapy)
Effectively manage nursing staff and nursing hours
Ensures that nursing documentation is timely, accurate, and complete
Timely and effectively integrate all identified company, regional initiatives or best practices into operations
Ensure that licensed staff completes clinical and medication administration competency skills
Coordinate care progams which enhance the quality of life for residents.
Two (2) years as a supervisor in a hospital, long-term care facility, or other related health care facility.
Two (2) to three (3) years' training experience in rehabilitative and restorative nursing practices.
Current, unencumbered, active RN license in California.
Must be licensed in accordance with state & federal laws.
Must be able to speak, read, and write the English clearly.