Provides leadership to support the Patient Safety program
through collaboration with internal and external customers to
further the culture of safety.
Uses evidence-based patient safety methodology to
support, develop and implement initiatives across the
organization in conjunction with the Director of Patient
Ensures compliance with mandatory reporting to local, state,
federal and regulatory agencies as they relate to patient safety.
Reviews event reporting system and analyzes entries to
address patient safety concerns and identify trends actively
collaborates with involved teams and/or departments.
Interacts with internal and external customers across the
healthcare organization regarding patient safety culture/concerns
and observing for hazard risk reduction opportunities through
active rounding and other strategies.
Serves in a leadership role as an ambassador to patients and
family members through active rounding and service recovery.
Participates in state and federal regulatory surveys and survey
Assesses and documents compliance with Joint Commission
National Patient Safety Goals.
Serves as a Patient Safety representative both within and
external to the organization.
Assists with planning and executing Patient Safety department
Supports a Just Culture environment and non-punitive error
Completion of an accredited Nursing program, Bachelor’s Degree in
Current California RN license or ability to obtain prior to start
Current CPR/BLS certification by the American Heart Association
(BLS for the Healthcare Provider) or ability to obtain prior to
Minimum of two years professional level, or greater, healthcare
Excellent critical thinking, data analysis, team building and
leadership change management skills preferred
Demonstrates evidence of essential leadership, communication,
education, collaboration, and counseling skills
Previous experience with health IT systems and data reports
Previous experience with mobilizing community resources,
navigating patients through the healthcare continuum, and working
with disparate populations preferred
Ability to identify and implement appropriate patient
communication strategies and overcome accessibility barriers, as