LTAC Assistant Administrator Nursing

A well respected health care center in Upstate New York is looking for an LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing in their Long Term Care facility. This is a great opportunity to join one of the region's leading medical centers.

This 200 bed facility is part of a larger, growing health network in Western New York. Known for clinical excellence in a number of areas, this hospital system prides itself on delivering the highest levels of patient care and attention to individuals at all stages of life. Dedicated to serving the surrounding communities' senior population to ensure they remain healthy, active, and independent for as long as possible.

The LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing reports to the Nursing Home Administrator within the facility. This position is supported by two Nurse Managers. The LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing is responsible for the day to day functions and operations within the facility. The LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing will serve on a number of different committees and will assist in determining the staffing needs within the facility. The LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing will collaborate with the nursing department's Performance Improvement Committee to ensure the continued success of the Nursing Home. The LTAC Assistant Administrator does not necessarily need their NYS administrator license, however the position requires a RN certification.

This Long Term Care facility is located in a small, idyllic town in Upstate New York with a beautiful, mountainous setting. This quaint, close-knit community has a number of safe neighborhoods to choose from with low costs of living.

The LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing will be offered an excellent compensation package that is very competitive for this region. The LTAC Assistant Administrator of Nursing will also have the potential for both relocation assistance as well as sign-on bonus.

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