The Clinic Supervisor supervises and delivers high quality patient-focused health care services. The Clinical Supervisor, supervises assigned clinic personnel, assesses staffing needs, and ensures that patient dignity and privacy is maintained through the preservation of confidentiality of information and data. The Clinical Supervisor provides clinical expertise, maintains standards of nursing care, participates in continuous quality improvement studies, and assists in developing the departmental operating budget. The Clinical Supervisor ensures that physicians' orders are followed; ensures that patient conditions and progress are accurately reported; ensures that patient care is administered by all professional and non-professional personnel in the clinic according to organization and regulatory policies and guidelines. Other responsibilities include evaluating staff member performance, coordinating equipment maintenance, utilizing appropriate health care resources when needed, assessing staff member continuing education needs, delivering direct patient care, and observing departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Serves as preceptor for clinical staff.
+ Responsible for appointment and referral scheduling, chart management, providing information and instructions to patients, and coordinating patient flow.
+ Performs selected nursing duties, including documenting patient history, vital signs, immunizations and allergies.
+ Prepares, stocks and cleans exam room and maintains supplies and equipment for treatment. Administers prescribed medications/treatments, including IVs in accordance with nursing standards. May perform phlebotomy, EKGs, and assist with Flexsigmoidoscopies.
+ Observes, records and reports (to physician) patient's condition and reaction to drugs and/or treatments. Instructs patient/family regarding diagnostic procedures, medications, nutrition and health/wellness issues.
+ Observes and adheres to all departmental and hospital policies and procedures, and follows all safety, quality assurance, and infection control standards.
+ Assists in developing and recommending annual department operating and capital budgets and monitors the economical use and procurement of personnel, equipment, and supplies.
+ Ensures that periodic equipment maintenance is carried out in order to control hospital and department costs and ensure the conservation of all hospital resources.
+ Provides leadership and demonstrates critical thinking ability in all areas of responsibility, treats all co-workers with respect, strives to enhance co-worker performance through cooperation and effective communication, and demonstrates hospitality and courtesy in all interactions.
Must have a degree in nursing
2 years clinical experience as a licensed nurse or 2 years clinical management experience
Current unrestricted Louisiana license and BLS certification
Leadership and Management Capabilities; Good interpersonal/human relations skills; oral communication and listening skills required; problem solving and critical thinking skills