Cardiopulmonary Supervisor at Thompson Peak Full Time Days
August 1, 2018
Job Summary Under the direction of the CV Director-Cardiopulmonary or System Director-Cardiopulmonary in the lack there of, the Respiratory Supervisor coordinates and executes the activities of staff within the CV Respiratory Therapy Department or staff assigned to special teams/programs. The Supervisor is responsible for assessing, planning, coordinating, supervising, and evaluating all aspects relating to patient care. The Supervisor determines what skill level of staff member is needed to maintain unit or program needs, utilizing evidence based information. The Supervisor assumes responsibility and accountability for incorporating the pillars of excellence (Finance, Delivery, Quality, Patient/Employee Experience, Safety, and Growth) into their job performance. The Supervisor is able to function independently and may on occasion provide direct patient care according to the needs of the unit or program. The Supervisor shall assist the Director-Cardiopulmonary/System Director Cardiopulmonary in executing HonorHealth's vision, mission and values, exceeding the expectations of all customers/stake holders associated with the CV Respiratory Department.
Responsible charges accurately documented in electronic medical record.
Responsible for maintaining staffing levels which meet or exceed WHOUPS goals
Responsible for accurately maintaining a supply par level for all equipment assigned to the Respiratory department
Responsible for composing and managing the department schedule to meet all obligations, productivity levels and program requirements
Conducts huddles in review of department operations, patient care, and communication requirements
Maintain appropriate supply and equipment levels to provide optimum patient care, composing requisition requests as per guidelines
Supporting Sepsis Alert Team staff as required to meet bundle compliance and program obligations
Supporting Vascular Access Team staff as necessary to complete required duties
Will be a resource in all modalities of Respiratory Therapy and designated programs
Stay informed and up-to-date on all new and evolving policy, procedures and processes
Share best practices, equipment, staffing, supplies and processes to promote consistency, collaboration and standardization
Maintain and update DMS Huddle Board/Problem Solving Board
Maintain and update departments/employees required licensure, competencies and certifications
Conducts purposeful rounding throughout the facility on both patients and staff resulting in real time problem solving and developing trusting relationships
Round daily with Sepsis Alert Team to discuss SEP-1 Bundle Compliance
Provide informative and effective employee evaluations and reviews
Works with the Director to increase Department Employee Engagement
Will act as department advocate in assigned committees or organizational programs
Update and maintain risk event reporting
Works with Director to promote departmental safety
Collaborate with system educators in developing accurate competencies for all staff
Assess, plan, implement, and evaluate safety initiatives
Provide innovative ideas for enhanced efficiencies, and service line opportunities
Collaborate with staff to effectively implement ideas, suggestions for improvement and growth opportunities as brought forth by the department ACT team Performs other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 2018-11539
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