‍Interventional Cardiology Nurse Manager, Aurora Sheboygan

Interventional Cardiology Nurse Manager, Aurora Sheboygan

Title: Interventional Cardiology Nurse Manager (Cath Lab, EP, Stress/Echo, Cardiac Rehab) Site: Aurora Medical Center Sheboygan County  

Address: 3400 Union Avenue  

Schedule: Full Time Days  

Relocation: Relocation Assistance Provided as Needed


Our 113-bed acute care medical center with 44 specialties, is home to a collaborative and supportive  team of 529 providers and 320 professional nurses. This new and state-of-the-art community hospital a  wide range of medical specialties in a culturally affirming and compassionate way to help all people live  well. We are nationally recognized for excellence from Newsweek as World’s Best Hospital  2021, Healthgrades as 2021 Outstanding Patient Experience and awarded 5 stars by CMS for Overall  Hospitality Quality.


As the Nurse manager of the Cardiac Cath Lab, you will also have an expanded role managing related  subspecialties and starting initiatives. You will collaborate with the Patient Command Center and  coordinate staffing for the facilitation of safe and efficient patient throughput and global distribution of  staffing resources. You will oversee operational efficiency and utilization of labor resources of the  assigned shift in collaboration with unit-based charge nurses to ensure HPPD and LCE targets are met.

Major Responsibilities:

Oversees operational efficiency and utilization of labor resources of the assigned shift in collaboration  with unit-based charge nurses to ensure HPPD and LCE targets are met.

▪ Participates in daily safety and capacity huddles.

▪ Make staffing recommendations and assignments at identified levels of competency as  determined by state law, hospital policy, and regulatory agencies for the provision of safe and  high-quality patient care.

▪ Solicits feedback on customer needs by performing ongoing assessments and rounding and  shares findings offering suggestions for improvement. Customers include patients, visitors,  physicians, and staff.

▪ Works with teams to develop, implement and track results of quality improvement activities  contributing to overall quality of care, KRA goals and regulatory requirements.

▪ Understands departmental productivity measures and uses monitoring, data reports,  technology, and assessment tools to assess the effectiveness of work hour and labor cost  efficiency.

▪ Gathers, records, and responds to staffing needs according to fluctuations in staffing and census  updating Advocate Works schedule as needed.

▪ Provides correspondence with outside agencies for the management of agency resources as  needed

Maintains Ongoing Operations During the Absence of Administrative Personnel.

▪ Initiates and responds to hospital wide emergency situations following FEMA guidelines for  Emergency Management, mobilizing appropriate resources and personnel in a timely manner  participating as a member of the incident command team.

▪ Addresses problems and conflicts which arise between patients, families and healthcare  providers and provides appropriate support and service recovery.

▪ Facilitates the process of drug/alcohol testing for cause according to hospital policy. ▪ Communicates significant concerns to the appropriate personnel including the administrator on  call and executive leadership.

▪ Evaluates patient conditions as requested and helps staff problem solve clinical issues serving as  a coach for chain of command in the absence of the nursing unit leadership.

▪ Ensures compliance to all regulatory/safety standards, follows HIPAA guidelines, interacts with  the media regarding newsworthy incidents that involve the hospital.

Supports Team Member Engagement

▪ Provides input to Managers on learning and development needs of team members on assigned  shifts, mentoring of new staff, and mentoring and identification of future leaders. ▪ Identifies and delegates work experience opportunities appropriately to develop skills in various  areas.

▪ Promotes recognition of associates and celebrates accomplishments within and across teams. ▪ Identifies and purses opportunities for own self-improvement and leadership development  including participation in hospital committees and projects and attending internal and external  conferences.

▪ Participates in departmental meetings and contributes to associate engagement and culture of  safety improvements.

▪ Encourages idea generation and implementation.

▪ Role models a positive and inquisitive attitude.

▪ Embraces challenges and suggests new and improved methods regarding clinical operations of  the hospital.  

Patient Satisfaction

▪ Addresses problems and conflicts which arise between patients, families and healthcare  providers.

▪ Responds to patient and family needs in times of stress or crisis.

▪ Ensures compliance to all regulatory/safety standards to provide optimal environment for the  customer.

▪ Responds to and resolves patient, customer, and team member complaints in a timely fashion ▪ Solicits feedback on customer needs by performing ongoing assessments/interviews of internal  and external customers.

▪ Reviews customer satisfaction survey results: set targets for improvement and implement  appropriate action plans.

▪ Holds team members accountable for customer service standards.



▪ Nurse, Registered (RN)

Education/Experience Required:

▪ BS/BSN preferred. • 3 years experience in nursing. • 1 year clinical leadership experience or  charge nurse experience.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required:

▪ Strong clinical skills Problem solving & analytical ability. Exceptional communication skills. High  level of customer service skills. Utilization of critical thinking in timely decision making

▪ Current RN license in the State of Wisconsin. CPR Certification

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

▪ Resiliency and flexibility to deal with a changing environment. Ability to work collaboratively  with internal/external customers. Ability to demonstrate a commitment to patient safety,  patient care and outcomes. Ability to prioritize independently and respond to multiple  simultaneous requests. Ability to work in a challenging environment with established time  constraints and in demanding situations. May be exposed to hazardous material and body  substances.

▪ Ability to lift to thirty-five pounds without assistance. For patient lifts of over thirty-five pounds,  or when patient is unable to assist with the lift, patient handling equipment is expected to be  used, with at least one other associate, when available. Unique patient lifting/movement  situations will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.


Advocate Aurora Health is committed to diversity and inclusion every single day and in everything we  do. Diversity lives in the differences, great and small, that matter to us and make each of us unique – from our age and the color of our skin to our abilities and the things we believe in. We know that  empowering our differences inspires creativity that leads to innovative solutions – for our team

members, consumers, and communities. And because health care is built upon relationships, it’s  important for the people we serve to be able to trust us to meet their unique needs.

By cultivating an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion, we create a welcoming environment  where our patients can heal, our team members can thrive, and our business can grow. As a team  member, working in a diverse setting allows you the chance to grow in ways that will broaden your  perspective to deliver the best possible patient care.‍

Interested candidates, don't hesitate to get in touch with Rukiya Caldwell (AHC Talent Acquisition) directly at: Rukiya.Caldwell@aah.org