GIRMC Cath Lab Manager

  • Grand Island Regional Medical Center
  • Grand Island, NE
  • Interventional Radiology
  • Leadership
  • Day shift
  • Full-time
  • Onsite Only
  • Req #: 30549
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Provides leadership and supervision of daily operations for Interventional Radiology and Cardiology units. Ensures the delivery of quality, patient-centered care in a manner reflective of the Bryan Health – GIRMC mission, vision, values and beliefs. Possesses managerial and clinical skills appropriate to the scope of responsibility. Manages the cost center’s fiscal, material and human resources, emphasizing staff retention strategies. Participates in department, division and organization-wide initiatives focusing on regulatory compliance and performance improvement. Maintains 24/7 accountability for assigned unit(s). 

Supervises Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and/or other support staff in the delivery of patient care as described in Nebraska Statute 38.




1. *Commits to the mission, vision, beliefs and consistently demonstrates our core values.

2. *Develops and initiates service/program activities congruent with organizational goals.

3. *Promotes interdisciplinary and/or interdepartmental collaboration to optimize efficient and effective patient- centered care delivery.

4. *Develops, implements and analyzes adherence to organizational and service/unit specific standards of care and policies and procedures.

5. *Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, coaching, mentoring, retaining and evaluating of staff.

6. *Empowers staff to actively participate in service/unit and overall nursing practice committees/councils and to operationalize the hospital vision, beliefs and patient-centered principles; mentors staff in quality performance efforts and fosters a culture based on continuous improvement.

7. *Incorporates age-specific and cultural considerations in the delivery of patient care; ensures a patient care environment that is safe, clean, clutter-free and customer-focused.

8. *Develops and manages a capital, operational and human resource budget based on strategic service/ unit priorities, best practices and organizational standards; analyzes and resolves variances.

9. *Recruits and manages staff to demonstrate behaviors consistent with Bryan beliefs and Bryan Core Values; acts as chief retention officer for area of responsibility.

10. Ensures staff members receive an orientation and ongoing educational development based upon organization and service/unit requirements and individualized employee needs/expectations.

11. Recommends prioritized annual competency requirements based on the needs and scope of the service/unit and identified job performance expectations.

12. *Conducts timely staff performance appraisals ensuring staff competence while emphasizing staff retention strategies through coaching and individual development.

13. *Ensures ongoing compliance with accrediting and regulatory standards.

14. *Promotes evidence-based practice; interprets patient, physician, staff and other customer satisfaction results and drives improvement; evaluates occurrences, patient, physician and staff concerns and seeks resolution utilizing supportive organization procedures/methods.

15. *Timely, objectively and constructively coaches staff as appropriate when practice and/or safety issues are observed or reported; ensures appropriate corrective actions are completed for staff when there is a failure to meet job performance expectations.

16. *Monitors the charge and billing system; implements needed changes.

17. *Oversees department device and equipment inventory items.

18. *Evaluates new products, makes product recommendations and coordinates product in-services for staff and physicians.



Current Registered Nurse licensure from the State of Nebraska or approved compact state of residence as defined by the Nebraska Nurse Practice Act OR current Radiologic Technologist licensure from State of Nebraska OR Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) certification required.  Associates degree in nursing or relevant allied health field required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Minimum of two (2) years invasive cardiac experience required. Prior supervisory or management experience preferred.



Basic Life Support (CPR) certification required. Bryan Health recognizes American Heart Association (for healthcare professionals), American Red Cross (for healthcare professionals) and the Military Training Network.



Per Department Manager’s Discretion:

ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support

ECCO - Essentials of Critical Care Orientation

ENPC - Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course

NRP - Neonatal Resuscitation Program

PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support

STABLE - Sugar & Safe Care, Temperature, Airway, Blood Pressure, Lab Work, Emotional Support

TNCC or ATCN- Trauma Nursing Core Course/Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses



(DOT) – Characterized as medium work requiring exertion of 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or a greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.


Requires ability to move between facilities, patient rooms and medical center departments in order to meet patient and family contact needs.



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