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The Patient Care Coordinator participates in performance improvement/research activities; maintains professional practice standards and clinical expertise; and demonstrates leadership skills. The PCC demonstrates core and unit specific competencies based on the patient population served.
The Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) contributes to the actualization of the vision, of the philosophy and the balanced performance measures of the discipline. He/she is committed to maintaining the standardsof the practice of nursing and is responsible for the coordination, implementation, delivery and evaluation of the care to the neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and/or geriatric patient. The Patient Care Coordinator, in collaboration with and under the direction of the Administrative Nurse Manager
participates in the coordination/implementation of fiscal, human and other resources needed to providepatient care services for a designated unit, location or patient population on a designated unit. Monitors performance of nursing personnel in maintaining MMC standards of practice of nursing. Coaches/provides feedback to nursing personnel as needed. Clinical title does not carry from unit to unit.

New York State License for Registered Professional Nurse and current registration or valid permit topractice in New York State as an R.N.
Certification preferred in specialty or efforts to achieve certification

BSN degree required and 5 years clinical experience, two of which must be in the specialty or related service; or combination of education and experience acceptable to Clinical Director of Nursing or designee.
Demonstrates clinical leadership, problem solving skills, competency and principles of Montefiore Excellence.
Computer literate.


Department: Emergency Department Bargaining Unit: NYSNA Campus: EINSTEIN  Employment Status: Regular Full-Time Address: 1825 Eastchester, Road BronxShift: Night Scheduled Hours: 7 PM-7:30 AM Req ID: 98485 


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