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(Archived) Cardiovascular Service Line Director

Last Updated: 5/17/22

Job Description

The Cardiovascular Service Line Director is responsible for the overall administration of Cardiac Services within the hospital through the implementation of strategic plans. The Service Line Director is expected to provide oversight in all areas of the service line, including but not limited to the operations, financial management, and regulatory agencies and designated accrediting bodies, leadership development, patient satisfaction, strategic planning, and market share growth of the services in alignment with the mission, vision and values of the hospital

  • Cardiovascular Service Line Director directs the staff and programs of the Cardiac Cath labs, EP Lab, CCR, Chest Pain and Stroke Coordinators. The Cardiovascular Service Line Director will have matrix relationships with the cardiovascular nursing areas, ED, radiology, surgical services, cardiac rehab, and community outreach and will serve as point of contact for physicians as it relates to the service line
  • Guides the staff in the implementation of current clinical evidenced based practices and maintains the associated competencies
  • Directs staff regarding productivity and the cost-effective allocation of resources
  • Understands and enforces all hospital and personnel policies and procedures
  • Lead and/or serve on hospital committees, teams, and work groups as required
  • Oversees required cardiac and stroke registry programs
  • Performs other duties as assigned

PROVISION OF SERVICES

Demonstrates leadership in the provision of services through a collaborative process designed to integrate services/functions throughout the facility. Participates in and supports a process to measure, assess, and improve performance of management, clinical, and/or support services. Directs the daily operations and activities of the Cath Lab, EP Lab and CCR.

    1. Maintain accountability for overall processes affecting unit functioning by demonstrating improvement in at least one process or outcome annually with supportive documentation.
    2. Maintains regulatory compliance as related to The Joint Commission, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Board of Nursing.
Qualifications

EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE AND LICENSES/REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:

  1. Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing or American Registry of Radiology Technologist or Comparable Healthcare Field
  2. Current license or permit to practice in the state of Texas
  3. Masters required
  4. Appropriate clinical experience (such as Cath Lab, EP lab and Cardiology)
  5. Minimum 5 years Cardiovascular Experience in Hospital capacity is required

Company Details

Atlanta, Georgia, United States
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