Director of Critical Care Services




Full Time

Day Shift


Bachelor's Degree
Certification Required or Eligible
RN Required or Eligible
5 years of experience required


Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital is seeking a Director of Critical Care to join our team!


Job Summary: The Nursing Director of the department/unit reflects the mission, vision, and values of Riverside Health System adheres to the organization's Code of Ethics and Corporate Compliance Program, and complies with all relevant policies, procedures, guidelines and all other regulatory and accreditation standards. Participates in the development of a strategic vision for Nursing; develops, implements, and promotes strategies for patient care delivery and hospital operations. Collaborates with the interdisciplinary team to advance quality strategies, ensure a professional work environment, facilitate timeliness of services, and enhance the overall patient experience. Oversees the development of clinical and financial systems and nursing systems resources. Oversees the development and implementation of capacity expansion plans. Models effective leadership behaviors to achieve organizational outcomes. This position is responsible for critical care and emergency services. 

Shore Memorial Hospital is located in Onancock, Virginia on the beautiful Eastern Shore! Onancock is a rural area with beaches and wildlife to include the 9,000 acre Chincoteague wildlife refuge. This brand new, state of the art facility is a 52-bed hospital with private rooms, a Surgical Suite with three operating rooms, a ten bed Intensive Care Unit, and an advanced Emergency Department with all private treatment rooms. The hospital has expanded the outpatient services to include a diagnostic center with advanced imaging services including MRI and CT scanner, on-campus Cancer Care Center and a freestanding medical office building housing our specialty physician offices. The Virginia Delmarva Peninsula is nestled between the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean and offers that rare treasure - peace. Northampton County has the distinction of being one of the earliest settlements in our nation's history and this rural County retains its pastoral beauty and leisurely pace to this day. With its numerous saltwater bays, marshes and creeks, the county is one of the few unspoiled coastal areas on the Eastern Seaboard. Our ICU is 6 beds and our ED includes 13 rooms and 2 triage rooms. Typical case volume for the ED is 1,500 to 1,700 cases per month. 

Education: Graduate of a school of registered nursing is required. Bachelor's Degree required or must be able to obtain within 5 years.


Certifications: Current and valid licensure as a RN with eligibility in Virginia is required. CEN is preferred. BLS, ACLS, and PALS are required. 


Experience: 5 years of progressive healthcare leadership (Charge Nurse Manager, Supervisor, Director) is required.