Employment - Nursing Positions

Chief Nursing Officer-As an acute care hospital, licensed for 78 beds, we offer a unique opportunity for that special individual who can balance patient care, provider needs, and hospital requirements. With the highest patient satisfaction surveys in the County, a very low Nursing turnover rate, and high outcomes measures we are looking for someone to help us move to the next level. We are proud that our Nurses see their work as a calling, not a job. In fact, it has been noted by the President of the CMA that our positive organizational culture and high quality of patient care is a tribute to our Nurses. The successful CNO candidate will have the opportunity to work with Nursing staff located in our Birth Center, Emergency Room, Peri-Operative services, ICU, Wound Center, Med/Surg as well as other departments. You can be a part of this success story while living on California’s exquisite North Coast offering a wide spectrum of outdoor activities associated with our ocean and redwood forest environments, excellent schools, and a family centered community. Please contact our Recruitment Department at (707)825-4946 for more information. (Recruitment and placement firms use contact information below)
CNO Qualifications: Minimum 5 years working in an acute hospital setting
Current RN or NP License in California
Experience in nursing leadership at manager level or above
Prefer Masters level education
Ability to balance nursing, patient, provider and hospital needs
Ability to set direction for safe, effective patient care, positive provider relations, nursing recruitment and retention and allowing patients an exceptional experience
Understanding of current Federal and State regulatory environment
Expert verbal and written communications skills.

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Registered Nurse -pertains to all positions below:

The Registered Nurse is responsible for the assessment and reassessment of the patient, taking into consideration

the data collected by other members of the healthcare team. The Registered Nurse is responsible for the development

of the patient’s plan of care, to include preparation for the patient’s discharge, and required patient/family education.

Expectations are to be in compliance with actions permissible under the RN scope of service allowed by the California Nurse

Practice Act, Hospital policies and employee Code of Conduct, adherence to the professional values of Nursing, leadership 

of the Nursing patient care team, and collaboration with ancillary departments.

Must possess a current CA license and meet all specific department requirements. Possesses current ACLS and PALS certifications and/or obtain certifications within a 6 month period of hire.

ICU-part time and full time

ER RN-part time, full time and per diem

Home Health RN-The Home Health RN has basic public health nursing knowledge and maintains standards of care for the Home Health Service within the framework of the philosophy and objectives of the Home Health Service Department. This is accomplished by planning, directing and evaluating nursing activities during his/her scheduled hours. Under supervision, he/she provides a wide range of public health nursing services including health assessment, teaching, treatment and counseling in homes. Home visits are made for specific purposes in the homes of patients whose physician request services according to a Plan of Treatment. The Home Health RN is directly responsible for the nursing care administered to patients assigned to his/her care, managing assigned personnel and promoting collaboration among the disciplines. This position demands emotional stability conducive to dealing with a high stress level for 8-10 hours at a time associated with fast paced responsibilities, rapidly changing priorities, creative problem solving, emotional demands of patients and their families.

Birth Center RN

ICU-part time

ER RN-part time and full time

Endoscopy RN

Med-Surg RN- part time

LVN- Emergency Dept per Diem

Utilization Review Rn or LVN-


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