BWMC-Director of Nursing Practice
The Director of Nursing Practice and Outcomes is a Registered Nurse who is vested with responsibility for ensuring safe, effective and appropriate patient care throughout the nursing division.
The Director of Nursing Practie and Outcomes serves as a link between the hospital’s vision and the clinical departments and staff.
The Director of Nursing Practice and Outcomes is a visionary leader focused on improving outcomes; models constructive behaviors, facilitates change and problem solving; coaches employees in performance enhancement; and teaches skills and techniques need to achieving excellence.
This position has direct access to support service resources essential to nursing and patient care, and maintains line authority over divisional managers, nursing supervisors, and nursing management support staff, as assigned.
The position may provide hospital administrative coverage in the absence of administration at a higher level.
On paper, UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center looks like many of the other suburban hospitals you'll find across America. We have 288 beds (in FY18). We're home to 2,200 employees and 700 physicians. We are a member of the prestigious University of Maryland Medical System.
In addition, our medical center is home to many Centers of Excellence, offering expert outpatient health care. These centers include the Aiello Breast Center, Pascal Women's Center, Center for Advanced Fetal Care, Tate Cancer Center, The Vascular Center, Joint Replacement Center, Spine and Neuroscience Center, Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, UM Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology, Surgery Center, and Cardiology.