Phoenixville Hospital is a 151-bed facility that provides comprehensive medical services through approximately 25,000 emergency room visits, 8,200 inpatient admissions and more than 500 community outreach programs annually. In addition, our Regional Rehab Center ranked in the Top 10 percent of 781 inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
Serving Southeastern Pennsylvania, we offer a full range of services and programs, including an award-winning Heart Center, fully-accredited Penn Cancer Network cancer center, comprehensive women's health services, the area's largest Robotic Surgery Center and the NAPBC Accredited Breast Health Center at Phoenixville. We also own and operate three outpatient surgery centers. We have clinical partnerships with the University of Pennsylvania Health System, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, The Philadelphia Hand Center, Moore Eye Institute, and Abington Memorial Hospital.
We believe in the power of people to create great care.
We work hard every day to be a place of healing, caring, and connection for patients and loved ones in the community we call home. Phoenixville Hospital also works diligently to create an atmosphere for our associates that offers collaboration, robust learning resources, and many opportunities to grow and develop. Now, as part of Tower Health, your potential with us is greater than ever.
The Charge Nurse shall be responsible for planning, supervising, and evaluating the nursing care of essential functions of patients and for correlating the nursing process, the medical plan of care, and policies. Under general supervision, renders professional nursing care of patients of all ages through the use of the Nursing process and the promotion, maintenance, and teaching of health. Supervises the provision of nursing care rendered to patients by RN' LPN' ORT' and CST' and ancillary personnel, assigning and reviewing work. Provides instruction on various techniques. Assist nurse manager in areas delegated. Provided peri-operative care to all age groups. Assist in departmental budgets and staffing. Establishes an effective day to day operational schedule with the OR, PACU, CS, and Anesthesia staff to provide efficient flow and completion of surgery schedule. Represents the department in all aspects of customer service.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Certifications / Licenses: Must have a valid license to practice professional nursing Current Basic Cardiac Life Support certification or obtain within 6 months of hire Current Advanced Life Support or obtain within 6 months of hire Experience: Minimum of three years Operating Room experience, preferably in an Ambulatory Surgery Center Preferred: CNOR certification