Magnet-designated teaching hospital with Level III NICU excited to add new Director of Women’s Services
- The Director of Women’s Services will lead the strategy, delivery, and evolution of the service line which includes labor & delivery, recovery, midwifery, postpartum care, obstetrics, Level IV Maternal Child, and a 30 bed Level III NICU located at the Clements University Hospital campus, a key member of the UT Southwestern (UTSW) Medical Center family.
- This team performs approximately 2,100 deliveries per year and has developed a reputation for serving high needs patients in the community.
- We are seeking a strategic and growth minded leader who can build strong partnerships with physicians, staff, and key stakeholders to move forward organizational priorities with an intentional focus on building a culture of collaboration, innovation and continuous improvement.
- The ideal leader will possess a service line leadership experience and understanding of a complex academic medical center environment.
- Must bring 7+ years of progressive nursing leadership experience; Women’s Services experience preferred.
- BSN, Master’s degree, and active nursing license required.
- Clements University Hospital is 751 bed hospital affiliated with UTSW which was recently ranked the “No. 1 Best Hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth” by U.S. News & World Report.
- UTSW University Hospitals are nationally recognized for the quality of patient care that its faculty provides at Clements University Hospital, University Hospital, Parkland Health & Hospital System, Children’s Medical Center, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Zale Lipshy Pavilion and other affiliated hospitals and community clinics.
- Children’s Medical Center is the primary pediatric teaching hospital for UT Southwestern, and UT Southwestern pediatric faculty comprise the hospital’s medical staff. Children’s has more than 50 pediatric specialty programs, and it is the only pediatric hospital in the Southwest with a designated Level I trauma center.
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