Grandville Director of Nursing (DON) (RN)
Company: Mission Point Healthcare Services
Posted on: November 25, 2022
MISSION POINT HEALTHCARE SERVICES Delivering Excellence. Every
Life. Every Moment. Every Day. Are YOU an enthusiastic Registered
Nurse Leader with a desire to work for a compassionate company in
your community? Become a difference maker with Mission Point, a
growing company that invests in their employees. Clinical
Excellence: The retention of professional nursing staff is a major
focus of Mission Point Health Care Services (MPHS). The development
of our Clinical Excellence Program for staff nurses is one approach
to meet this goal. The Clinical Excellence Program provides the
team an avenue to continue professional development, cadetships,
recognition, advancement, and career opportunity. MPHS focuses on
delivering care in a professional and competent manner,
demonstrating a holistic approach to care which enhances practice
and relates to patient, family, peers and community members in a
competent cooperative manner.
MPHS utilizes our Core Values in promoting and defining
MPHS utilizes evidence based professional practice, knowledge and
skills, interpersonal relationships, commitment to patient
perception of quality of care and leadership qualities.
The Department of Nursing provides support in several ways to aid
the nurse in career advancement. What we offer: Leadership Bonus
A positive employee culture
Excellent Resident to staff ratios
401K with employer match
A variety of affordable benefit options
Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay
Employee Assistance Services What you do: The Director of Nursing
(DON) assumes authority, responsibility, and accountability for the
delivery of nursing services in the facility to enable each
resident to attain or maintain the highest practical physical,
mental, and psychosocial well-being. The DON is: Responsible for
ensuring proper Policies, Procedures, and Protocols for care are in
place to include the entire nursing process (assessment, plan,
implementation, and follow up) for use of antibiotics in the care
of the residents. The role of the DON includes adequate education
and monitoring to ensure the process is implemented, communication,
evidence-based standards of practice vs perceptions, and
expectations of staff in their respective roles.
Develops, maintains, and implements nursing policies and procedures
that conform to current standards of nursing practice, facility
philosophy, and operational policies while maintaining compliance
with state and federal laws and regulations.
Communicates and interprets policies and procedures to nursing
staff, and monitors staff practices and implementation.
Responsible for ensuring proper Policies, Procedures, and Protocols
for care are in place to include the entire nursing process
(assessment, plan, implementation, and follow up) for use of
antibiotics in the care of the residents. The role of the DON
includes adequate education and monitoring to ensure the process is
implemented, communication, evidence-based standards of practice vs
perceptions, and expectations of staff in their respective
Participates in all admission decisions and may visit prospective
residents before admission to assess overall health status.
Ensures delivery of compassionate quality care and nursing
supervision as evidenced by adequate services and staff coverage on
unit, absence of odors, general cleanliness, prevention of pressure
wounds, and apparent maintenance of optimal resident functions.
Demonstrates knowledge of and application of Key Clinical Quality
Indicators, and proactively monitors and implements systems to
achieve and/or surpass company thresholds.
Exercises overall supervision of resident assessments and care
plans. Assures resident care conferences are conducted and more.
What you need: Must possess a current Michigan license as a
Registered Nurse and have graduated from an accredited school of
Two years of professional nursing experience in the long-term care
setting is required, and a minimum of three years' experience in
nursing administration or a comparable management position. (Must
possess and demonstrate a high degree of leadership, organizational
ability, and communication skills.)
Knowledge of long-term care management, policies, budgeting,
personnel management, and census development is required. Who we
are: Mission Point is a full-service healthcare organization with
special focus on Long Term care and Short-term Nursing &
Rehabilitation. Founded in 2012 and with 30 facilities across
Michigan and Nevada, Mission Points goal is to provide the highest
level of quality of care in a compassionate and safe environment.
Mission Point helps its residents live a healthy, happy, and
productive lifestyle. Mission Point Healthcare Services considers
the health and safety of its residents, team members, and our
communities as its highest priority. Effective 12/04/2021 Mission
Point Healthcare Services will require all team members to be
COVID-19 vaccinated subject to limited exemptions based on medical
conditions, sincerely held religious beliefs, or applicable state
laws and regulations. #MPNL
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