Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC) is an independent, 166-bed, acute care hospital, located in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Just 60 miles east of Pittsburgh, PA, this community-owned hospital has earned high marks in physician satisfaction and engagement, and the medical center places a high priority on the patient experience.
Nearly every specialty of medicine and surgery is represented on the active medical staff, with a mix of employed and private physicians. With more than 150 medical staff and 350 total RNs, the Indiana Regional team is dedicated to serving the patients and community with integrity, teamwork, compassion, and excellence. In 2015, the organization opened the Centennial Building, a new 40,000 square foot expansion inclusive of six new operating rooms, a new endoscopy room and new 15-bed post-anesthesia care unit. In addition to the expansion, this project has renovated 45,000 square feet of the existing facility and included numerous structural and patient services upgrades.
IRMC has many regional partners, including their partnership with the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, located next door to the main hospital, which provides access to world class cancer care. IRMC is also a proud participant in the Pennsylvania Healthcare Quality Alliance, which aims to collaboratively work together to improve the quality of health care for the people of Pennsylvania. IRMC has been recognized in several specialty areas for excellent quality care, specifically as a Blue Distinction Center for Maternity Care by Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and certification in Joint Replacement Surgery from the Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality.
Reporting to the CEO, the CNO will provide leadership in the delivery of excellent patient care and in the achievement of system initiatives in alignment with the Mission, Vision, and Values of the organization. This leader will be responsible for ensuring that nursing policies, procedures and standards describe and guide how evidence-based nursing care is delivered. As a member of the senior leadership team, s/he will participate in decisions impacting the system in strategic and operational performance.
- Current licensure, or eligibility to obtain licensure, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- A minimum of five years of clinical experience and senior nursing leadership experience is required.
- Master’s degree required.
- Professional written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrated leadership abilities and emotional maturity.
- Ability to perform in a rapidly changing and high intensity environment.
- Timely and dependable, with superior problem resolution skills.