This growing community hospital in Orange County is actively interviewing for a Nursing Manager Labor and Delivery to take oversight of this busy high-risk Birthing department. You'll join a strong and talented leadership team, and you'll lead a dedicated staff of Labor & Delivery RNs and caregivers in this technologically advanced hospital.
This community hospital in Orange County has a history of superior patient outcomes, a full range of offered services, and a family atmosphere. Providers, nurses, staff, and administrators have developed an outstanding reputation in the community for setting a high bar in terms of quality and value. The Nursing Manager of Labor and Delivery will play an integral role in continuing and improving the hospital's mission of compassionate care.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Obstetrics, Women's, and Children's Services, the Labor & Delivery Nursing Manager will serve as clinical and administrative lead for a dedicated team. Reporting to this Manager is and L&D Asst. Nurse Manager and two RNC-OB Charge Nurses who will support policy development, quality improvement, and execution of unit directives. Furthermore, the Labor and Delivery Manager will serve as a mentor and champion for OBGYN and RNC-OB Registered Nurses, Postpartum Nurses, Midwives, and support staff.
The Labor and Delivery Nursing Manager will oversee an amazing and family oriented department, which offers a wide array of services to the community. Seeing over 2000 births annually, the Obstetrics / Women's Services department offers 20 LDRP rooms, where mothers and babies get to experience the calm and stability of their own space. Additionally, this department has 3 Labor Triage Rooms, two dedicated Women's Services Operating Rooms, and 12 Postpartum Rooms.
The Nursing Manager will play a crucial role in developing and maintaining clinical and operational excellence for not only the Women's Services department, but also the hospital. Clinically, the Labor Delivery Nursing Manager will serve the staff and unit as a source of expertise, mentorship, and performance improvement. From an administration standpoint, you'll develop and maintain the departmental budget, and you'll serve as the expert on compliance and regulatory readiness for these multiple units.
One of the most iconic regions of California, the Orange County has something for everyone. The Labor and Delivery Nursing Manager will discover that anything they want is just a short drive away. A bit west, and your toes are dipped in the sun-warmed sand of the Pacific Ocean. A short drive north, and you'll find the heart of Los Angeles, with all the lights, cameras, and action that make it so irresistible for so many. No matter where the Administrator decides to play, they'll find some of the Southern California's best schools, an amazing quality of life, and a slower pace all around the area.
The Nurse Manager of Labor and Delivery will have a large support network within the hospital and ambulatory clinic, from executive leadership to front-line nursing staff. You'll have a large responsibility of the quality and efficiency of the facility's operations and mission, but that's exactly how you like it. You'll also be supported by a generous benefits package and a competitive compensation.