Executive Director

Farmington, NM 87401

Employment Type: Direct Job Category: Medical Management Job Number: 46295

 

Title: Executive Director, LNFA

The ED will be responsible for directing the overall operation of the facility in accordance with applicable local, state and federal regulations. You will direct and ensure the implementation of written policies and procedures that reflect the goals and objectives of the facility and administrative team. In addition, you will make routine rounds throughout the facility guaranteeing from a first-hand observation that an optimum level of patient care is provided, the environment is being maintained in a safe and sanitary fashion systems are in place and that employees are appropriately attired and receiving appropriate supervision. All centered on the patient, our integrated network of healthcare services includes transitional care, rehabilitation, chronic care, home health services, hospice and pharmacy. We are a well-established organization with over 25 locations to date.

 

Qualifications:

A current and valid state Nursing Home Administrator license is required.

Thorough knowledge of applicable state/federal regulations regarding nursing home operations is necessary.

A BS/BA degree, or equivalent experience in healthcare administration is preferred.

Minimum of three years supervisory experience, in a long-term care setting.

Ability to effectively communicate, direct, and, at times, delegate tasks.

Ability to read, write, and speak the English language. Essential Functions:

Assure facility compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations.

 

Responsibilities:

Oversee the recruitment, selection, and training of competent department supervisors and other ancillary staff.

Meet with Department Supervisors on a weekly basis to review interdepartmental issues, expense control, labor control, and any other pertinent patient and/or environmental issues as appropriate or necessary.

Develop, establish and maintain patient census at optimal levels.

Assure compliance with the Patients' Bill of Rights. Assist in preparation of annual operating budget.

Achieve at least budgeted earnings expectations.

Represent the facility in dealings with outside agencies, including governmental agencies and third party vendors, or provide an authorized representative of the facility when unable to attend such meetings.

Authorize the purchase of major equipment or routine supplies as authorized

We are an Equal opportunity employer; We offer an excellent benefit plan to include 401K with match, CEU reimbursement, vacation, sick, holidays, medical, dental, and supplemental insurance Plans as well as a Highly competitive compensation package

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