Chief Nursing Officer - Big Rapids and Reed City Hospitals
Summary Reporting to the Regional Market Leader/President, the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) is a key member of the Executive Leadership team who actively partners with the Chief Operating Officer (COO) to organize, direct, evaluate and integrate the delivery of patient care and clinical services. In collaboration with the System Leadership, the CNO has authority and accountability for delivery of services by assigned departments including support of community strategies designed to integrate interventions across the healthcare continuum. Through collaboration with clinical, system and physician leadership strives for seamlessness and efficiency in delivering care. Key activities include best practice delivery, program planning, operational analysis, financial analysis, problem resolution, personnel management, and process improvement. Serves as the lead for their regional site for all nursing practice and coordinates strategy with other regional leaders.
Master's Degree in Nursing. If Master’s degree is not in Nursing, must possess a BSN with a Master’s in related field Required
3 years of relevant experience Leadership Required
Previous experience in nursing administration Required
Experience managing large, cross functional teams and/or projects, as well as influencing leaders and key stakeholders.
Registered Nurse (RN) Required
Internal Number: 1
About Spectrum Health
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit, award winning, integrated health system based in West Michigan. Our organization includes a medical center, regional community hospitals, a dedicated children's hospital, a multispecialty medical group and a nationally recognized health plan, Priority Health. We invest in our people by supporting a dynamic, high-performing workplace. Our collaborative approach to patient care includes a commitment to provide an exceptional experience for patients and their families. Spectrum Health supports successful career growth in an innovative environment.