The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Manager are a Registered Nurse who works collaboratively with the Director of Maternal and Child Health at Centinela Hospital Medical Center (CHMC).
Assumes 24 hour administrative, clinical and educational responsibility for the management of NICU staff at CHMC.
Supervises, assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the delivery of patient care in the NICU department.
Develops and implements policies and procedures, clinical orientation, mentoring, consultation including performance improvement activities.
Submit, evaluate and disseminate required data as well as compliance with state and national standards for NICU care.
Communicates with staff, physicians and administration both written and verbally.
The NICU Manager assumes house supervisory responsibilities as assigned, including responding to codes throughout the hospital, assessing and charting, and following through with appropriate documentation.
NICU Clinical Manager Qualifications:
Current and valid CA Registered Nurse license.
Master‘s in Nursing (MSN) required or Bachelor’s in Nursing (BSN) combined with a Master’s in a healthcare related field.
Minimum of three (3) years RN clinical experience in a NICU level III or IV required.
Minimum of (1) one year supervisory experience in an acute care setting is required.
CCRN (Neonatal) or RNC-NIC certification required.
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Internal Number: NICU1
About Centinela Hospital Medical Center - member of Prime Healthcare
Centinela Hospital Medical Center (CHMC) has served the residents of Inglewood and surrounding areas since 1924. In 1960, the hospital began construction of a new 60-bed addition. Throughout the late 1960’s and 1970’s, it continued to expand to 369 beds. Centinela Hospital is consistently at the forefront in providing innovative and integrated healthcare. In 2007, the hospital was purchased by Prime Healthcare Services. CHMC is now a 369-bed acute care hospital offering comprehensive, quality healthcare in a convenient, compassionate and cost effective manner. The hospital offers an emergency department, orthopedic care, advanced cardiac services, peripheral artery disease treatment and OB/GYN services in a caring and conducive environment. CHMC is actively involved in improving the health of the community with programs designed to meet the needs of those that it serves.
CHMC has been awarded full accreditation from the Joint Commission – the nation’s leading healthcare rating organization – and earned their coveted Gold Seal of Approval™, further establishing our goal to provide excellent health care and safety.