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Trauma Program Manager

Rochester Regional Health

This is a Full-time position in Rochester, NY posted August 1, 2021.

The Trauma Program Manager (TPM) is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining a cost-effective system of care for trauma patients and their families throughout the continuum of care.

The TPM works both independently and in collaboration with the trauma program medical director and other members of the health care team and the management staff.

The TPM is self-directed and self-motivating, plans and conducts work with minimal direction, and reports the progress of work to the director of nursing.

Associate’s Degree in Nursing is required, Bachelor’s degree in Nursing is preferred Currently licensed as registered nurse in New York Currently certified in TNCC, CALS, CATN or ATCN Three (3) years clinical experience in trauma/emergency care Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships Ability to accept and implement change Ability to problem solving make decisions Possession of critical thinking, analytical, teaching/coaching and research skills

Development, implementation and evaluation of systems and programs directed toward the provision of quality services for trauma patients from a multidisciplinary perspective throughout the continuum of care.

Works in close collaboration with the Trauma Medical Director.

Complies with the Standards of Employee Conduct, as noted in Policy and Procedure No.

– 19,and hospital safety standards.

The basic job duties an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation include:

Clinical Activities:
Coordinates with physicians, nurses and other hospital staff to evaluate and address specific patient care issues.

Provides and documents trauma patient care to include all components of the nursing process and in accordance with written clinical and administrative procedures.

Assesses the need for policies, procedures, protocols, supplies and equipment relating to the care of trauma patients in coordination with the Trauma Medical Director, hospital administration and clinicians.

Identifies the need for and coordinates the development and implementation of clinical pathways for trauma patient populations incorporating members from the multidisciplinary team.

Develops policies and procedures based on current literature, input from clinicians and other sources, such as information from patient care evaluations.

Serves as a resource from clinical practice.

Research Activities: Involvement in research selection, analysis, and distribution of findings and facilitating protocol design for accurate data collection, feedback and analysis.

Educational Responsibilities : Develops, coordinates and implements orientation, nursing education and in-service programs related to care and management of trauma patients in conjunction with the Department of Education and Training.

Directs community trauma education and prevention programs by developing, implementing and evaluating programs for targeted populations in the city and surrounding communities related to injury prevention, as well as other topics identified through a needs assessment for the community.

Participates in mandatory educational activities and in educational activities appropriate to professional goals.

Participates in case review.

Performance Improvement Activities: Assists the Trauma Medical Director and hospital administration in the development, implementation and evaluation of a quality plan that is multidisciplinary and focused on patient outcomes.

Serves as the coordinator of the identification, investigation, reporting and follow-up of incidents and quality issues throughout the program, while maintaining confidentiality.

Administrative Responsibilities: Represents the Trauma Program on various hospital and community committees to enhance and foster optimal trauma care management.

Manages, as appropriate, the operational, personnel and financial aspects of the Trauma Program.

Supervises adherence to hospital policies and procedures and standards through observation, medical record review, staff feedbacks and other appropriate sources.

Supervises the Trauma Services staff.

Trauma Registry:
Supervises the collecting, coding, scoring and developing of processes for validation of data entered into the registry.

Designs the registry to facilitate performance improvement activities, trend reports and research, while protecting confidentiality.

Consultant Liaison: Serves as internal resource for staff in all departments to network in order to provide high-quality trauma patient care.

– Registered Nurse
– New York State Education Department (NYSED) Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.

Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS : S
– Sedentary Work
– Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time.

Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.