Asbury Communities has retained LeaderStat Premier to assist them in identifying a dynamic Director of Nursing to lead their 169-bed skilled nursing center located within the Asbury Place Maryville Life Plan Community campus near Knoxville, Tennessee. At Asbury Place Maryville deep roots, heritage, and character are evident and the campus is physically and programmatically designed to support aging well. Residents are the heart of Asbury Place Maryville, and that notion has stayed true since the first residents were served in 1956. They strive to create a welcoming community where social connection and intellectual and spiritual engagement are the norm. Every resident is a partner, and they play an essential role in planning, creating, and shaping our culture and campus. Asbury Communities is nationally recognized as one of the largest and most successful not-for-profit CCRC organizations in the United States – an organization committed to redefining aging services for approximately 4,000 seniors in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
A few highlights of the community:
Asbury Communities flagship campus with beautiful views of the majestic Smoky Mountains and within driving distance of cities and attractions such as Knoxville, TN, Pidgeon Forge, TN, Gatlinburg, TN, and Asheville, NC, among others.
4 Star Quality Rated
CARF and Eagle Accredited
Full services of a Life Plan Community (CCRC) campus
Responsibilities of the Director of Nursing Include:
Plans, organizes, and directs the overall clinical operations of the skilled nursing department to provide comprehensive holistic care for residents in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations
Develops and implements nursing service objectives, policies, and procedures to maintain quality nursing care and compliance with federal, state, and local regulations
Determines staffing levels and procedures, and monitors to ensure quality care and services
Directs, oversees, and evaluates all nursing personnel
Oversees all nursing documentation including review of resident care plans to ensure compliance in all areas.
Evaluates processes by which care plan goals and approaches are integrated with care given to residents by nursing staff, and to ensure that community meets regulatory agency requirements and nursing department standards.
Director of Nursing Qualifications:
Five (5) years progressive nursing experience including management level in health care setting preferably long-term care.
BSN required, MSN Preferred
Certification in Gerontology preferred
Tennessee/Compact State Registered Nurse (RN) license current and in good standing required.
If you or someone you know would be interested in hearing more about this incredible leadership role, please reach out to Lee Hanna 740-602-8712 or Lhanna@Leaderstat.com.
LeaderStat specializes in interim management, executive recruiting and consulting for healthcare, post-acute and senior care organizations. We offer an extensive network of experienced professionals who are available for interim and permanent leadership positions nationwide.