Trauma Medical Program Director
Company: Cynet Systems Inc
Location: New York
Posted on: February 25, 2021
Trauma Medical Program Director - CSI-IS-095- Richmond, VA Job
Title: Trauma Medical Program Director
Job Location: Richmond, VA
Job Type: Full Time / Perm / Direct Hire
"United States Citizens and those authorized to work in the US for
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The Trauma Program Director (TPD), under the direction of the Chief
Operating Officer, is responsible for managing the trauma program
with the Trauma Medical Director (TMD).
The TPD, in collaboration with the TMD, is responsible for assuring
all Trauma Center verification standards are met as required by the
Virginia Department of Health and the Office of Emergency
The TPD is responsible for the complete operational function,
program assessment, planning, organizing, implementation,
performance improvement, education, and marketing
This position will function as a role model in the use of the
nursing process and develops, introduces, and evaluates new
approaches to trauma nursing practice.
In addition, to complete operational responsibilities, the TPD is
responsible for compliance and maintaining the standards of care of
the trauma patient as set by state, federal, regulatory, and
The TPD position requires high-level communication skills in both
oral and written form, frequent interaction with physicians and
senior administration is necessary and required.
The position requires excellent interpersonal communication skills
with an emphasis on problem solving and negotiation.
Typical duties and responsibilities:
The duties and responsibilities listed herein are not intended to
be all-inclusive but rather to indicate the primary emphasis of the
job and establish the parameters for the necessary skill, effort,
responsibility, and working conditions that make up the job.
Oversight of all aspects of the Trauma Programs.
Demonstrates twenty-four-hour responsibility and accountability for
nursing practice and quality of care to assist the Trauma Medical
Director (TMD) in accomplishing the overall mission and goals of
the trauma program.
Collaborates with nursing management and staff nurses in defining,
guiding, and evaluating nursing practice in the provision of trauma
care; including the creation of policies and procedures related to
Prepares trauma program reports for facility administration,
Quality Council, Quality Management, other internal requesters, and
external agencies as needed.
Maintains credentials and CME files for trauma surgeons and
emergency physicians participating in the trauma program.
Manages physician contracts and billing related to on-call trauma
services and medical directors.
Assures staffing and productivity standards are met or exceeded
while creating and maintaining an ongoing competency-based,
operational training program for the professional clinical
Serves as a nursing consultant to other members of the
multidisciplinary team and to community agencies.
Assumes responsibility of acquiring and evaluating new knowledge
and skills in the area of trauma nursing.
Collaborates with others in local, regional, state, and national
trauma systems in performance improvement activities, benchmarking,
and trauma education.
Acts as a resource to patients and families on both an inpatient
and outpatient basis.
Assesses and evaluates all aspects of the care rendered to the
trauma patient and assures continual readiness for inspection of
the trauma program.
Oversees trauma Performance Improvement (PI) activities and works
in collaboration with Quality Management to assure integration of
trauma service PI activities into organizational mission and
Monitors the Trauma Team's availability, rules, responsibilities,
Collaborates with other members of the hospital health team in
order to facilitate a multidisciplinary quality assurance review of
the care of the trauma patient.
Organizes and leads the Trauma Services Committee.
Assists in the development and maintenance of the trauma registry
as well as ensure timely and accurate entries into the Virginia
State Trauma Registry as required by the Code of Virginia.
Analyzes registry data on the trauma patient population to identify
trends for strategic planning and performance improvement.
Coordinates trauma education concerning all phases of trauma care,
including prevention and rehabilitation.
Collaborates with the facility's Education Department in planning,
providing, and evaluating trauma-nursing education.
Nursing Degree (RN) from an accredited program required.
BSN and/or Bachelor Degree in related field preferred.
Emergency (CEN) or Critical Care Nursing (CCRN) preferred.
BLS, ACLS, PALS certified.
Instructor in TNCC, ATCN, or CATN preferred.
Minimum of 3 years of clinical experience in a trauma center
Minimum of 5 years of nursing experience in an ED, ICU, or Critical
Current management and leadership experience preferred. Published
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Today's Date:--Wed Nov 25 2020 Cynet Systems is an Equal
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mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available
to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color,
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seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a
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