Quick Leonard Kieffer has been retained to conduct the search to identify The Chief Nursing Officer for Illinois Valley Community Hospital.
The chief nursing officer provides leadership and management within all nursing functions and activities of Illinois Valley Community Hospital. He or she will act as a leader in performance improvement, service excellence, quality, and compliance functions. Reporting to the chief executive officer, the chief nursing officer supervises Women’s Health, Hospice, Pharmacy, Social Services, Education, and Perioperative Services, as well as the directors of Med/Surg and Critical Care, nursing supervisors, and scheduling analysts.
IVCH includes an acute care medical center, as well as Illinois Valley Hospice, an adult day care center, and a Durable Medical Equipment company. Overall, the hospital has 44 active physicians (22 employed; six with dual privileges), 13 mid-level providers, and 42 allied health providers. Its service area includes portions of LaSalle, Bureau, and Putnam Counties, which together have a population of approximately 153,200.
Nominations or expressions of interest should be directed to Lindsey Hochman of Quick Leonard Kieffer by phone (312-876-9800) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The appropriate candidate for this position will possess a graduate degree from an accredited nursing program; a master’s degree in nursing or related field, or enrolled in a master’s program, with a minimum of five years of progressive experience in a supervisory role in nursing.
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