Become the new Director Perinatal Services at a California facility, supporting a growing department with more than 3,000 annual births
- The Director Perinatal Services is responsible for labor & delivery, post partum, ante-partum and ante-natal testing
- Focus on staff engagement, patient experience and stabilizing the workforce through initial observation and assessment of the department
- Master’s required
- Must have recent hands-on, clinical experience in a large-size hospital
- California Hospital Medical Center operates a 26-bed, fully equipped Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- The organization is committed to serving the needs of all expecting mothers by providing a wide range of services including midwifery, water birth, multilingual Maternity Tours, lactation support services and the Welcome Baby Program, which conducts at-home visits to help families learn to care for their newborn at home
- Located in the heart of Downtown LA, California Hospital Medical Center is a 318-bed non-profit hospital that has been providing the residents of Los Angeles with quality, compassionate care for over 130 years
- With the busiest private Trauma Center in Los Angeles County and the 13th largest center for births in California, the facility offers a unique balance of leading technology and quality care delivered by more than 450 physicians and 1,700 employees
- Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis in southern California, with the Pacific Ocean to its West and the San Gabriel Mountains to its East.
- With its year-round Mediterranean climate, Los Angeles is the perfect place to get outside and be active - the city offers hiking trails for every level of hiker, exciting mountain biking trails, and miles of beaches offering robust waves and hidden coves.
- The city boasts thriving restaurant and bar scenes with world-famous restaurants owned by iconic chefs like Wolfgang Puck, and speakeasy-themed bars with secret entrances and passwords.
- Sunset Boulevard alone sets corporate skyscrapers next to artsy villages, with cultural marketplaces just a few miles from upscale shopping.