• ED PATIENT FLOW MANAGER

    Location US-NJ-Camden
    Job ID
    42439
    Category
    Management
    Shift
    3
    Type
    Full Time
    Department Name
    Emergency
  • Short Description

    The ED Flow Manager’s primary responsibility will be to facilitate flow through the ED. He/she will delegate care to the ED care teams and assign patients, ensuring that workload is balanced and delegates tasks appropriately, employing resources as needed to assure quality and efficient care.  

     

    Ensures the delivery of patient care through the coordination of customer services and the

    leadership and management of the Emergency Department and Clinical Decision Unit at the direction of the Clinical Director.

     

    This position assists the Clinical Director in coordinating interdepartmental and ancillary

    activities to ensure quality, cost-effective patient care.

     

    Assists the Clinical Director in leading the patient care team to meet the needs of the

    customers and to achieve departmental objectives.

     

    Assumes responsibility and accountability for the direction and implementation of patient care services within the Emergency Department and Clinical Decision Unit at the direction of the Clinical Director and in their absence.

    Special Requirements

    Scheduled Days / Hours: varies w/ weekends/holidays; 

     

    Education:

    Graduate from an NLN accredited school of nursing.  

     

    Bachelor’s in Nursing or active pursuit preferred.

    Experience:

    A minimum of 2 years of clinical nursing experience in an Emergency Department, with 1 year of demonstrated leadership abilities.  

     

    Required License/Certifications/ Registration:

    NJ-RN: Current New Jersey license as a Registered Nurse

     

    BLS certification, ACLS, PALS, ATCN/TNCC, CEN or CPEN

     

    Other Qualifications:

    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.

     

     

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