Asante Ashland Community Hospital, located in Ashland, Oregon, is a 49-bed community hospital that features a birthing center, surgery center, diagnostic imaging, a laboratory, respiratory testing and surgery. Outpatient services include internal medicine, home health and hospice care, wound care, and hyperbaric medicine. Founded in 1907, the hospital has grown and evolved to meet the changing needs of the community and the changing demands of healthcare. One thing that has remained constant, however, is our commitment to our mission of improving the health of our patients and of the community we serve. Our mission is simple: "Asante exists to provide quality healthcare services in a compassionate manner, valued by the communities we serve."
At Asante we believe that we are defined by our values – the traits that guide us as we serve patients and the community:
Excellence - Respect - Honesty - Service – Teamwork
The House Supervisor is responsible for general patient care given to hospitalized and emergency room patients. In this role, the House Supervisor acts as a role model and consultant for clinical and hospital staff and is administratively responsible for all hospital operations when administrative team is not on active duty.
Education: BSN or Masters Degree in related field is preferred.
Experience: 2-3 years clinical experience, majority of which should be in specific unit is required. Hospital supervisory/administrative experience is preferred.
Certification/Licensure: Registered Nurse (RN) licensed by Oregon State Board of Nursing; Basic Life Support (BLS) certified by American Heart Association (AHA); Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certified from American Heart Association is required.
Unit Specific Certification/Licensure: Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certified from American Heart Association within 4 months of hire; Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) certified by American Heart Association (AHA) within 4 months of hire is required.
Ability to work in a team environment; speak, read, write legibly, follow verbal or written instructions, perform basic math; collect, maintain and analyze data; knowledge of state and federal regulations; knowledge of best practices related to patient centered care in the healthcare industry; demonstrated facilitation, coordination and leadership skills; manage time and determine priorities; plan, organize and prioritize; provide constructive feedback and coaching to staff; computer proficient (including word processing, data base, spreadsheet, email, and Meditech); knowledge of accreditation standards; mentor and lead change while maintaining a patient centered care focus, ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints is required. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.