Hyperbaric Safety Supervisor - Full Time - DHMC
Davis Hospital and Medical Center is a 225-bed facility that opened in 1976 and has grown over the years to become a first class medical facility. By offering a broad range of healthcare services, advanced medical technology and a comfortable, convenient patient experience, Davis has become the hospital of choice for its community. The hospital’s highly skilled doctors and experienced nurses keep a relentless focus on quality and constantly maintain their commitment to patient well-being and satisfaction.
Some of our area of expertise include: Emergency Services, Cardiac Care, Women’s Health, Diagnostic Imaging, Rehabilitation Services, Surgical Services, and Behavioral Health.
Wound Care Supervisor
In addition to existing job duties, the Wound Care Supervisor will assist the department Director in the day-to-day general oversight of the Wound Care Department. The Supervisor is responsible for productive and safe operations of daily activities, monitoring and adjusting manpower based on volumes, and will be very well organized and able to successfully perform the major responsibilities and tasks of this position, demonstrating strong problem solving skills and result oriented processes. The Supervisor will defer to the department Director for decisions beyond his/her current proficiency level. The Supervisor will be required to multi-task and balance normal existing job duties with additional responsibilities specific to this position. Other duties as assigned.
- Maintains good working relationship with staff, physicians and direct supervisor.
- Ensures proper management of the department including hours of operation and other instructions.
- Works well with direct supervisor to ensure all aspects of the department are within the standards set by Administration and the IASIS Corporation.
- Completes all hospital assignments in a timely manner (i.e. - yearly PI projects).
- Reports monthly statistics to direct supervisor as requested.
- Ensures staff is properly educated and trained in all aspects of department needs and general operations, and is current on changes and updates concerning the department.
- Maintains a working environment that is appropriate for the care that each patient deserves.
- Ensures staff members treat all patients with respect and dignity, and are educating them properly.
- Consults with physicians to ascertain whether they are satisfied with the treatment and service their patients are receiving.
- Makes changes to curriculum, schedule and materials to keep up with Hospital and/or Physician recommendations, needs, and the most current information.
- Attends and participates all meetings/trainings required by the hospital and/or administration.
- Updates protocols per the direct supervisor’s direction.
- Keeps department personnel aware of changes in procedures.
- Maintain a schedule for adequate coverage of call and shifts.
- Leads coordination efforts for repairs of equipment.
- Coordinates with Engineers to enable repairs.
- Coordinates with Vendors to schedule preventive maintenance.
- Ordering special supplies with purchase requisition and PO numbers.
- Leads the interview process for hiring new staff.
- Conducts employee performance appraisals by established deadlines and follows the established process.
- Consults with the direct supervisor and takes a leading role in the employee counseling process.
- A minimum of 3 years prior experience in a Hyperbaric and/or Wound Care work setting.
- Prior supervisor experience strongly preferred.
- High School diploma or equivalent required.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Ability to multi-task and balance additionally assigned duties in addition to existing duties - Excellent organizational skills. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbal and written.
Steward Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran
"Davis Hospital & Medical Center is directly or indirectly owned by an entity that proudly includes physician owners, including certain members of the hospital's medical staff."