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Everest Rehabilitation Hospital Keller is located in beautiful Keller, Texas that is a joint venture between Texas Health Resource and Kindred Healthcare. It is a 36-bed rehabilitation hospital serve patients recovering from strokes and other long-term illnesses or injuries and feature specialized clinical programs.
Provides leadership and oversight of a comprehensive, efficient and integrated organization wide Continuous Quality Performance Improvement program.
Measures and assesses performance through collection, analyses, and trending of data.
Focuses on processes and systems to improve performance.
Directs, facilitates, and reports on all aspects of services relating to risk management, patient safety and employee health.
Investigates factors contributing to adverse outcomes in order to improve processes and systems. Encourages reporting on risk reduction strategies in an atmosphere which minimizes blame or retaliation. Fosters environment to reduce unanticipated adverse events and/or outcomes.
Registered Nurse with current licensure in the State of Texas.
Certification preferred by APIC (American Practitioners of Infection Control), and NAHCQ (National Association of Health Care Quality).
BSN or BS/BA required. Two years of experience in an acute hospital or rehabilitation setting required. Previous supervisory experience preferred.
Current Basic Life Support/CPR Card.
Demonstrated ability to plan, coordinate, and evaluate PI activities, effective oral and written communication skills and proficiency in basic computer skills required.
Working knowledge of staff development and the educational process, quality improvement, infection control/employee healthy, and safety/risk management standards.
Job : Compliance/Quality/Risk Primary Location : TX-Keller-CHC PR & MSA TRH of KELLER Organization : 6810 - CHC PR & MSA TRH of KELLER Shift : Day