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Application Deadline: 03/04/2014
The Perinatal Quality Collaborative of North Carolina (PQCNC) is leading transformations in the delivery of value based perinatal healthcare in North Carolina and nationally. PQCNC is a statewide organization which includes 55 hospitals with delivery services, family representatives, perinatal medical and nursing providers, payer groups and state leaders united in their determination to make North Carolina the best place to be born. PQCNC conducts statewide quality improvement initiatives that focus on spreading best practice, partnerships with families and patients, and resource optimization. PQCNC is administratively based at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
PQCNC is seeking an enthusiastic and determined perinatal nursing leader to serve as PQCNC’s Clinical Initiative Manager. This position will be a School of Medicine Faculty Appointment. The Initiative Manager will need to be a Registered Nurse with perinatal clinical experience (maternal, labor and delivery, newborn or neonatal critical care) within the past 3 years. Experience in nursing leadership in coordinating perinatal clinical care at the unit, clinic, hospital or system level is desirable. The Initiative Manager will use professional expertise and communication skills to assist in the development, organization, and execution of statewide quality improvement projects that include from 10-50 centers. The Initiative Manager will work in coordination with Lead Clinical Physicians for maternal and newborn projects, the PQCNC core team and individual initiative Expert Teams.
If you seek an opportunity to be on the forefront of transformations in perinatal healthcare delivery which will impact thousands of moms, babies and their families, contact us.
Registered Nurse with perinatal clinical experience (maternal, labor and delivery, newborn or neonatal critical care) within the past 3 years.
Qualification and Experience:
Experience in nursing leadership in coordinating perinatal clinical care at the unit, clinic, hospital or system level is desirable.
Department Contact Name: Martin McCaffrey, MD
Department Contact Telephone or Email: email@example.com
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