Assistant Nurse Manager Medical Unit

A new and exciting opportunity for an Assistant Nurse Manager Med Surg has become available at an award-winning community hospital in the Queens area of New York.

This community hospital has one of the busiest ER s in the area and is particularly well regarded for their Heart and Stroke Programs. They are also consistently praised for their dedication to the local community, with many outreach and charitable programs that make a real difference for the people in the region.

The Assistant Nurse Manager Medical Surgical will oversee a large unit that is mostly medical patients, including vent patients. The clinical cases being treated on this floor range from pneumonia to diabetes to oncology. This floor also treats hospice patients that need hospitalization as well as Alzheimer s patients. The patients will range in age from 18 to well over 90, so the nurses here are specially trained to treat a variety of illnesses, ages, acuity and complexity. As a result, the Assistant Nurse Manager of Medical Surgical could have a background in general Medical Surgical, Oncology, Telemetry or Step Down.

This position is an ideal opportunity for a strong med surg nurse to step into leadership or a strong charge nurse to take the next step into management. This position will support the Manager of the unit by supervising staff, acting as a clinical resource and acting in the managers place in her absence. The shift is flexible, but some evenings/nights are expected.

This Assistant Nurse Manager Medical Surgical position is located in Queens, in a community that offers a suburban-town feel but also many amenities including a variety of dining and shopping options and lots of recreational activities. This city is close by, but this area is more affordable and much closer to the beach!

This position offers a competitive salary with full benefits, relocation funds and tuition reimbursement. This is a wonderful opportunity for a nurse to expand their experience and make a real impact on patients through leadership.

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