Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute is one of the region’s largest orthopedic and sports medicine practices, providing comprehensive care for more than 250,000 patients each year. This August, the institute will open Florida’s first dedicated orthopedic hospital, featuring 75 private inpatient rooms, 10 operating suites with four virtually connected suites that can be used to train surgeons around the world, and a state-of-the-art research and innovation center with a 10-station bio skills lab and 3D printer. In March, a new medical pavilion opened adjacent to the hospital and houses outpatient clinics, an imaging suite, physical therapy spaces and the largest orthopedic ambulatory surgery center in Florida. Expertise, technology and services come together under one roof and cover the whole spectrum of care — from prevention and diagnostics to therapeutic and surgical treatment options to physical therapy, rehabilitation and performance health. The institute also holds official medical roles with multiple professional, college and high school athletic teams as well as well-known sporting events and venues.
Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute is part of the Orlando Health system of care, which includes 24 award-winning hospitals and ERs, 9 specialty institutes, 14 urgent care centers, 100+ primary care practices and more than 60 outpatient facilities that span Florida’s east to west coasts and beyond. Collectively, we honor our 100-year legacy by providing care for more than 142,000 inpatient and 3.9 million outpatient visits each year.
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The Administrative Supervisor facilitates timely and safe patient flow and provides off-shift management and operational oversight of the Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Hospital on the downtown complex. They are responsible to ensure the provision of safe, quality patient care. This position will work collaboratively with our team of world-class orthopedic specialists and multidisciplinary teams, delivering high quality care to serve our community. Designed to capitalize on efficiency of service with fully integrated care, the institute not only offers a platform that provides a premier patient experience, but a team member experience that encourages excellence, well-being and career development. With all of the pieces in place – a nationally ranked orthopedic residency program, top quality providers, the busiest trauma program in the state, and a premier, high-tech orthopedic facility - we have set the stage to attract and retain the best talent in the industry. Now all we need is you. Join a winning culture that will be Your Best Place to Work! Click here to learn more about Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute.
Location: 62 Columbia Street, Orlando, FL 32806
- Serves as a clinical resource agent to nursing units and allied health departments for problem solving, within a given shift.
- Ensures safe and timely patient flow throughout the facility and coordinates intrasystem transfers.
- Participates in clinical observation and assessment for patients as needed to determine appropriate level of care/patient placement.
- Provides oversight of staffing resources in coordination with department leadership and the corporate staffing office.
- Ensures a visible and collegial leadership presence throughout the facility and shift.
- Serves as a first responder for all emergency code events and house alerts.
- Completes documentation per shift for patient census, events and flow outcomes, proficiently operating databases, bed management programs, and the electronic health record.
- Serves as a leadership resource for Orlando Health policy, procedure, legal and risk issues, and compliance with regulatory standards and accrediting agencies.
- Responds/resolves team member, patient, family member, and provider concern and provides follow-up with appropriate individuals.
- Provides support, education, coaching, and mentoring to team members.
- Assists personnel and families in all circumstances that surround death of a patient, facilitating arrangements for autopsies, organ/tissue donation and/or verification of referrals to the Medical Examiner.
- Serves as the central intake for patient matters concerning the American Disability Act, language and/or cultural issues; facilitating assistance as needed within the facility.
- Manages human resource related functions; not limited to interviewing, onboarding, evaluating personnel, reinforcing expectations with standards for care and /or conduct and issuing corrective actions.
- Provides crisis management support and coordinates follow-up actions with the Administrator -on-Call (AOC).
- Serves as the Incident Commander for all HICS events until the hospital administrator arrives on the scene.
- Maintains reasonably regular, punctual attendance consistent with Orlando Health policies, the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards.
- Maintains compliance with all Orlando Health policies and procedures.
Other Related Functions
Communication and Relationship Building
- Effective Communication: proficient in oral, written, and interpersonal skills.
- Relationship Management: demonstrates collaborative and collegial relationship skills, engages staff in decision making and exhibits effective conflict resolution skills.
- Influencing Behaviors: inspires desired behaviors, manages undesired behaviors and promotes decisions that are patient centered.
- Diversity: values diversity and establishes a work environment that is culturally competent.
- Community Relationships: represents the organization as a resource to non-health care constituents within the community.
Knowledge of the Healthcare Environment
- Clinical Practice Knowledge: demonstrates knowledge of current nursing practice, roles and functions of team members, patient care policies and procedures, and state and federal standards.
- Evidence Based Practice and Patient Care Outcomes: Uses data and other sources of evidence to inform decision making and to interpret outcome measures.
- Patient Safety & Team Member Safety: Supports a Zero Harm Environment and a Just Culture; responding and acting on safety recommendations
- Performance Improvement: participates in Gemba board reviews and process improvement work; internalizing one’s role in achieving optimal outcomes for the patient and organization.
- Risk Management: ensures compliance with required standards and facilitate timely reporting of liability issues.
- Foundational Thinking Skills: demonstrates reflective practice and an understanding that all leadership begins from within; applying critical analysis to organizational issues after a review of the evidence.
- Systems Thinking: uses knowledge of classic and contemporary systems thinking in problem solving and decision making.
- Change Management: utilizes change management concept and adapts leadership style to situation need.
- Personal and Professional Accountability: acts as a role model for standards of professional practice (clinical, educational and leadership) for colleagues and constituents.
- Ethics & Advocacy: upholds ethical principles and corporate compliance standards and involves team members in decisions that affect their practice.
- Human Resource Management: promotes a healthful work environment and ensures compliance with legal and regulatory guidelines.
- Resource Management: ensures appropriate utilization of supplies and materials and staffing resources.
- Information and Technology: proficiently uses technology and databases to support improvement of clinical, safety and fiscal performance.
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred.
- Current professional license as a registered nurse in the State of Florida. National Certification in specialty area within 2 years.
- Maintains current BLS and ACLS.
- Two (2) years of experience as a registered nurse in the acute care setting.
- ICU and/or ED Experience preferred.
- Previous leadership or Administrative Supervisor experience preferred.