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Critical Care Nurse Supervisor

An excellent opportunity for a Critical Care Nurse Supervisor is now available with a top health system in New York. This full-service acute care hospital is ready to enhance the intensive care unit with a motivated nurse leader.


For over 100 years, this progressive organization has been providing high quality healthcare to the Finger Lakes region community members. The Critical Care Nurse Supervisor will join a patient-centered facility dedicated to providing an exceptional experience for both patients and their families. As a member of a large health system, this hospital is committed to delivering compassionate care with emphasis on education and professional development.


The Critical Care Nurse Supervisor will work within a 15-bed intensive care unit equipped with advanced technology and modern medical devices. Reporting to the ICU Nurse Manager, the Critical Care Nurse Supervisor will supervise and coordinate nursing care while assisting with monitoring departmental performance.


In collaboration with an interdisciplinary team of doctors, registered nurses, respiratory therapists, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and social workers, the Critical Care Nurse Supervisor will work in a state-of-the-art unit to care for patients with severe and life-threatening illnesses and injuries. Common conditions seen within the critical care unit CCU include trauma, organ failure, sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome ARDS.


The next Critical Care Nurse Supervisor will work in a hospital conveniently located in a beautiful region of New York surrounded by lake views and natural landscapes. Known for trout fishing and wineries, this city is popular among both New Yorkers and tourists looking for a fantastic weekend get-away.


With an opportunity to grow and advance professionally, the Critical Care Nurse Supervisor will be offered a competitive salary, PTO and a full suite of benefits.




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