There is only one hospital in all of Chicago solely dedicated to caring for children with chronic illness and disabilities as well as those suffering from abuse/trauma. That hospital is La Rabida. Serving as a model for family centered care, our progressive facility is a very special place where triumphs occur… odds are overcome… and many children excel beyond hope!
La Rabida offers this exceptional opportunity to the Quality Nurse Coordinator who assists in the implementation of performance and patient safety improvement activities. As a vital member of our Patient Care Administration team, the Quality Nurse Coordinator will identify opportunities for improvement by reviewing safety learning notifications, charts, process and systems. Duties include analyzing data/trends, developing improvement plans participating in committees and collaborating with multi hospital departments.
To qualify, you must be an Illinois-licensed Registered Nurse (RN) with:
BSN in Nursing required
Minimum 3 years nursing practice experience
At least 3 years experience in Quality
NAHQ Certification preferred
Knowledge of performance improvement concepts as well as state/federal regulations and JCAHO requirements
In return for your commitment and expertise, La Rabida offers attractive compensation and many excellent benefits! Plus, you’ll appreciate the beauty of our convenient location on the shores of Lake Michigan, just minutes from downtown! For immediate consideration, please apply online at:
LA RABIDA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Please see job description.
Internal Number: 97864
About La Rabida Children's Hospital
Today, La Rabida serves approximately 7,500 children annually who require primary and specialty care to address complex and challenging medical conditions. Services and programs include treatment for chronic illnesses such asthma, diabetes, and sickle cell disease, and developmental disabilities through both inpatient and outpatient care. In addition, La Rabida specializes in the treatment of children who have been abused, neglected or experienced trauma.