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Dialysis Facility Administrator at U.S. Renal Care

Dialysis Facility Administrator

U.S. Renal Care Hickory Hills, IL (On Site) Full-Time


How you will change lives

As a Dialysis Facility Administrator (FA) at US Renal Care, you will directly impact the quality of care our patients receive by being responsible for the overall daily management and operation of the clinic. You will report to the first line regional operational management (Area Director, Regional Director, or VP Operations, depending on the region).



What you'll be doing

Operational Excellence. You will keep the clinic running smoothly by planning patient and staff scheduling to maintain effective staffing levels, ensure all staff meet required qualifications, and implement processes to improve patient health and minimize missed treatments or hospitalizations. You will ensure the clinic remains in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations and maintains all required certifications, implementing Corrective Action Plans as necessary and maintaining/submitting all clinic records, as required. You will meet all clinic financial targets, including budget, labor costs, supply costs, and expenditures.

Safety & Quality. You will ensure the highest quality care and achieve goals for corporate quality targets and patient outcomes by leading and promoting the quality management program, including education, staff involvement, QAPI meetings, and quality improvement committees. You will make sure patient needs are met by responding to inquires or complaints, ensuring the highest customer care. You will review and take action on any incident report, as required, and report at the monthly QAPI meeting. You will ensure a safe and sanitary environment, making sure all equipment is maintained, an appropriate inventory of supplies is available, and assisting with any tasks related to maintenance and cleaning of equipment and supplies.

Leadership. You will demonstrate effective leadership for clinic staff by promoting teamwork, communicating effectively, being accountable, and enabling high-performing teams. You will closely collaborate with the Medical Director and physicians and maintain positive relationships with area hospitals, agencies, vendors, and the community. You will be responsible for assuming (or designating a qualified Registered Nurse to assume) the Charge Nurse's and Registered Supervising Nurse responsibilities, as needed. You may also fulfil the responsibilities of facility CEO, as delegated by the Governing Body.

Recommended Skills

  • Certified Nurse Practitioner
  • Communication
  • Corrective And Preventive Action (Capa)
  • Customer Service
  • Dialysis
  • Finance
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