Lexington Health Network

  • Postacute Unit Manager

    Job Locations US-IL-Elmhurst
    Job ID
    2018-4014
    Category
    Clinical - Leadership
    Address
    420 West Butterfield Road
    Work Type
    Full Time
    Work Schedule
    Days
  • Overview

    Teamwork is what we’re all about at Lexington Health Care, working together to achieve positive patient outcomes. We realize that when you collaborate, great things are possible; for your patients, and for your career. Lexington proudly employs more than 2,500 employees allowing us to provide an immeasurable value to the communities we serve. So much of who we are comes from being an organization dedicated to the highest attainable quality of care available today. In an industry filled with rapid change and growth, our commitment to family values will never change. As a family owned organization, we have always maintained a unique perspective. Our reputation as a leading health care employer is unmatched. Come see for yourself why it’s so fulfilling to be a part of Lexington!



    Responsibilities

    • The
    • Post-Acute Unit Manager is responsible for ensuring the patients are cared for within the Post-Acute areas of the facility, and has full accountability for the clinical outcomes associated with delivering this care.
    • The Post-Acute Unit Manager participates in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation aspects of care provided for each patient and collaborates with other members of the interdisciplinary team in providing quality care.
    • The Post-Acute Unit Manager ensures that desired outcomes have been achieved through various monitoring systems.

    Qualifications

    • RN in the State of Illinois.
    • Recent experience with acute, post-acute, and rehab. Care.
    • Knowledge and understanding of the Nursing Process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation.
    • Training in rehab. nursing and the rehabilitation process preferred.
    • Excellent written and verbal skills.
    • Desirable Skills:
    • supervision and leadership, critical thinking, time management, communication, and the ability to develop interpersonal relationships with patients and their families.
    • Must be able to read, speak and understand the English language.

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