|Manager, Enterostomal Therapy & Wound Care|
Cross Site - Centenary and Ajax & Pickering - Temporary Full Time (Approximately 1 year)
The best at what we do. Rouge Valley Health System is an innovative leader committed to delivering the best patient/family experience in its two hospital sites—Rouge Valley Centenary, in Scarborough and Rouge Valley Ajax and Pickering, in Ajax. Focused on improving the health of our community, we are committed to learning, innovation and providing the best patient care experience for our patients and their families. Join our team as we meet the needs of our growing communities.
Rouge Valley is gaining a reputation in the health care industry for our innovative and sustained approach to the enterprise‐wide deployment of Lean thinking as the fundamental philosophy underpinning our transformation efforts. As part of our new Strategic Plan‐on‐a‐Page and commitment to continuous improvement, the Hospital will provide all of its staff and physicians with the knowledge, tools, and support required to lead the industry in defining and delivering the best healthcare experience. Rouge Valley is committed to the deployment of Lean thinking as the fundamental philosophy underpinning our transformation efforts.
Rouge Valley Health System’s Surgical Program is committed to delivering the highest standard in patient safety. Our healthcare professionals are highly-skilled and committed to delivering on our commitment to quality patient care. Our mission is to provide excellent care, close to home for our patients. Our surgical program offers a wide-range of surgical specialties.
Hospital-wide leadership in enterostomal therapy, wound care and pressure ulcer prevention is provided by the surgical program through Manager, Enterostomal Therapy and Wound Care.
We are seeking a dedicated professional with progressive healthcare experience to provide leadership, management and clinical support related in the above areas of specialization.
Reporting to the Program Director of Surgery, this role is accountable for providing specialized patient care teaching and consulting in the diagnosis and treatment of persons with an ostomy or complex wound. The position also leads the hospital-wide pressure ulcer prevention program, coordinates/manages the use of special surfaces and negative pressure dressings, and manages the associated budget.
The manager is also expected to support and implement evidence-based practices and continuing process improvement to meet unit, program and organizational goals. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a can-do attitude and the motivation to drive results by efficiently using resources and inspiring others.