Women’s Services Manager job opening located in California.
More than 3,000 babies are born each year at the hospital, making their maternity unit one of the busiest in their region. They offer a family-centered approach and are there 24/7 to provide patients with the care they deserve. They have a Perinatal Center that offers comprehensive services to diagnose and treat women using advanced diagnostic and imaging technologies by board certified perinatologist, specially trained nurses and experts. Their Laborist Program offers high-quality, around-the-clock obstetric care for both mother and baby and the first of its kind program to be offered in the San Fernando Valley. Maternity Unit includes a Labor & Delivery Room, and a Postpartum Room. Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is 32-bed Level III and is one of the largest units of its kind in the San Fernando Valley. The NICU unit also has 2 isolation pressure negative rooms for their most vulnerable patients.
Under the direction of the Director of Women’s Services, the Women’s Services Manager is accountable for a variety of tasks that lead to positive patient and physician experiences in the most cost-effective manner, while serving as a role model for respect. The Women’s Services Manager will have direct oversight of Labor & Delivery, Postpartum, Antepartum and Perinatal Clinic. Supervise a total of about 110 FTE’s with 6 postpartum supervisor and 6 L&D Supervisors, unit secretaries, ob techs and RNs. The L&D unit has about 200 deliveries/month including high risk deliveries.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of Three (3) years L&D clinical experience and Three to Five (2-5) years of management experience preferred. Must have a lead by example type leadership, a vision for growing department and supportive management style to maintain the highest department engagement in hospital!
Competitive Salary Range!
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