The House Supervisor is responsible for oversight and coordination of patient placement (admissions, internal transfers, facility to facility transfers, elective, emergent, ER, OR, and direct) in accordance with SCHS clinical standards and Joint Commission requirements, state regulations, and EMTALA and COBRA guidelines, ensuring patients meet requirements for acute care. Collaborates with physicians and department nursing leadership in order to centrally coordinate bed management, patient flow, and staff/ resource allocation with the goal of facilitating quality patient care in the most appropriate environment. Acts as liaison between physicians, patient care departments and patient registration. This position does not directly manage any other caregivers.
(May perform additional duties of similar complexity within SCHS as required or assigned)
IN ADDITION TO ABOVE, DUTIES MAY ALSO INCLUDE:
Personal Protective Equipment: