Chief CRNA - Portland Oregon - Oregon Anesthesiology Group - $50K sign on bonus!

ID: 2023 - 4 (23921581)
Location: Portland, OR 97205 - US
Practice Type: Group
Salary: Competitive
Duration: Full Time
Contact: Maureen Briscoe    Call: 503-299-9906
Posted: 04/18/2024

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Expert Anesthesiology. Smart Care. That's OAG. Since our formation in 1989, we have grown steadily to become one of the country’s largest physician owned anesthesia practices. OAG provides expert anesthesia services at over 30 sites serving a variety of hospitals, surgical centers, and clinics throughout Portland, Oregon. With over 200 employed clinicians, OAG is uniquely positioned to provide a well-managed, growth environment for you to expand your career.

OAG is an equal opportunity employer supporting an inclusive culture that promotes and values diversity. OAG's mission is to provide value to our patients, partners, and community through the delivery of safe, innovative, and efficient patient care of the highest quality. We hire to these values: Service, Excellence, Professionalism, Integrity, and Partnership. These are the values that drive us and make OAG a great place to work.

We are seeking a Chief CRNA for a key leadership role:
  • $50K sign on bonus
  • Guaranteed pay for half time administrative hours
  • Willing to negotiate partial clinical hours
The Chief CRNA will be responsible for overseeing the nurse anesthesia workforce, including the day-to-day operational management in collaboration with site medical leadership and Chief Operating Officer (COO). Strategically, the Chief CRNA will have a pivotal role shaping programs to integrate a medical supervision care team model across multiple sites. Collaborates with OAG physician leadership to develop, integrate and communicate organizational policies for clinical CRNA responsibilities. Works closely with OAG physician leadership to analyze and evaluate activities to assure quality patient care.

Essential Functions:
Contributes to planning goals and objectives for all nurse anesthetists and assists Site Chairs and in coordination of CRNA activities and programs.
Co-manages and approves work schedules, on-call arrangements, and emergency schedule changes for CRNAs in cooperation with the OAG COO and affiliated anesthesiology staff while adhering to OAG policy and guidelines.

In consultation with OAG physician leadership, establishes, maintains, implements, and monitors clinical and performance standards of CRNAs. Consults with OAG physician leadership regarding maintenance of equipment and supplies needed for effective patient care.
Works closely with OAG's Clinical Quality Director to develop and maintain CRNA quality improvement programs which align to OAG and hospital programs.

Actively participates in identifying recruitment strategies and assists in the selection and recruitment of CRNA candidates.
In collaboration with COO, develops a robust orientation and mentorship programs to support the integration of care team models. Identifies current and future educational needs and develops plans to implement.

Works with Site Chairs to coordinate in-service educational activities. Cultivates a culture of patient safety. Communicates and supports organizational philosophy, mission, and values among OAG CRNAs. Facilitates any CRNA staff meetings.

Completes annual performance evaluations in collaboration with site leadership. Participates in the performance management of the CRNA workforce, with the support of the COO and HR Director.

In collaboration with site leadership, supports regulatory and accreditation activities as defined by the health system, including The Joint Commission, CMS or DNV.

Oregon boasts the ideal lifestyle with most of our work sites an hour west of the majestic Cascade Mountains and less than two hours east of the beautiful Pacific Ocean beaches. Living in Oregon presents you an opportunity for a wide range of activities for both professional and personal pursuit.



This CRNA job opening last updated on 04/18/2024. Contact the employer using the Apply Online button or the information on this posting and mention you saw this job posting on CRNAJobSite.com.

Experience/Licensure Requirements:
Essential:
Minimum of 7 years clinical experience as a CRNA
Outstanding communication skills
Demonstrated skills in building relationships and highly functioning teams
Must hold a current state license as a registered nurse in the state of Oregon (Washington eligible) and comply with any applicable state statutory or regulatory requirements concerning advanced practice registered nursing.

Preferred:
Previous experience in a supervisory or leadership role

Educational Requirements:
Is a graduate of a nurse anesthesia educational program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs or its predecessor. Must maintain a current ACLS and PALS certification. Must be certified/recertified by the National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA).


Oregon Anesthesiology Group Profile

Expert Anesthesiology. Smart Care. That's OAG. Since our formation in 1989, we have grown steadily to become one of the country’s largest physician owned anesthesia practices. OAG provides expert anesthesia services at over 30 sites serving a variety of hospitals, surgical centers, and clinics. With over 200 employed clinicians, OAG is uniquely positioned to provide a well-managed, growth environment for you to expand your career.OAG is an equal opportunity employer supporting an inclusive culture that promotes and values diversity. OAG's mission is to provide value to our patients, partners, and community through the delivery of safe, innovative, and efficient patient care of the highest quality.We hire to these values: Service, Excellence, Professionalism, Integrity, and Partnershi...

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