Sinai Health System (SHS) is one the largest private safety net healthcare systems in Illinois. SHS includes Mount Sinai Hospital, Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Sinai Children's Hospital and 14 outpatient clinics.
The system employs approximately 4000 individuals and serves a geographic area of 1.5 million people on Chicago's West and Southwest sides.
Though community programs delivered by Sinai Community Institute and research conducted by epidemiologists at Sinai Urban Health Institute SHS has one of the broadest ranges of community services of any health system in the country and is on a trajectory to become the national model for urban healthcare.
We are building a new development enterprise and looking for creative, collaborative leaders who are passionate about using their skills and abilities to make a difference in the lives of those living is some of Chicago's most underserved communities. If you are looking for an opportunity to use your knowledge and experience to help shape Chicago's future and change individual lives, we would love to hear from you.
Visit www.sinai.org for more information about the organization.
Mount Sinai Hospitals Emergency Department is a Level I Trauma Center, Certified Chest Pain Center, Certified Stroke Center and EDAP (emergency department approved for pediatrics). We are a region XI Associate Hospital that receives and directs Chicago Fire Department ambulances. Our ED sees approximately 55,000 visits yearly and annually has over 2000 level I traumas. There are 23 main ED beds and 8 fast track beds in our department.
All of our Emergency Department Physicians are board certified and we value education and training for all of our staff in the ED. Our nurses are all ACLS and PALS trained and we have a high number of both TNS (trauma nurse specialist) and CEN (certified emergency nurse). Mt Sinai is a teaching hospital and the Emergency Department plays a role in teaching Emergency Residents, RN students, PA students and EMT's.
The Unit Director provides clinical and administrative leadership for a defined patient care area. The Unit Director is responsible and accountable for the 24-hour operation of the patient care area and serves as a role model for professional practice.
Master of Science required Minimum of 5 years related clinical nursing experience required. Minimum 5 years' experience in management required. Licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the state of Illinois ECRN, TNS, ACLS and PALS, APLS, or ENPC required