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Neonatal Program Coord RN - Sign On Bonus

Medical City McKinney
Mckinney, Texas
Closing date
May 20, 2022

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Registered Nurse (RN)
Neonatal ICU (NICU)
Position Type
Full Time
Work Setting
Private Practice
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SHIFT: No Weekends
SCHEDULE: Full-time

We are currently offering a SIGN ON BONUS OF UP TO $5,000 for eligible candidates!
Neonatal Program Coordinator RN Unit: NICU / Neonatal Intensive Care Work Schedule: FT - No Weekends Medical City McKinney is a growing 260-bed hospital that is proud of our history of serving the health care needs of the residents of McKinney and our surrounding communities for more than 90 years. Change and innovation have marked our commitment to our growing community's needs. We are proud to offer:
- Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance Plans

- Paid Time Off

- Short Term & Long Term Disability

- Tuition Reimbursement

- 401K

- Student Loan Forgiveness

- Employee Assistance Program

- Employee Recognition Programs

- Discounted tickets at many local attractions

- Discounts to various retail stores and more….
The program coordinator creates, develops and implements specialized clinical practice in the specific area of neonatology. Serves as a clinical resource person in the NICU, and serves as a liason throughout the facility and in the community regarding services provided for this unique patient population. Build collaborative relationships with other Neonatal Program Coordinators of designated facilities within the Perinatal Care Region.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Level III NICU clinical experience
  • A registered nurse who has successfully completed and is current in NRP
  • Has the authority and responsibility to monitor the provision of neonatal patient care services from admission, stabilization, and through discharge
  • Oversight of the NICU Quality Assurance and Process Improvement (QAPI) intiatives
  • Collaborate with Neonatal Medical Director in areas to include, but not limited to: developing and/or revising policies, procedure and guidelines, and the QAPI program
  • Collaborate with NICU Nurse Educator and NICU Manager in assuring staff competency, education and training for the neonatal patient population served
  • Chairs the neonatal QAPI multidisciplinary meeting; presents monthly statistics and quality improvements
  • Responsible for implementation and maintenance of Hospital Level of Care Designations for Neonatal Care as per Texas state law
  • Develops collaborative relationships with other NPM's of designated facilities within the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council's Perinatal Committee
  • Ensures ongoing family-centered care practices
  • Data mining to ensure quality in perinatal program
  • Development of grand rounds to facilitate family-centered care
  • Develop education and outrach programs
  • Provide age appropriate care to all patient populations for which program coordinator is responsible and trained for and demonstrates communication skills appropriate for age

Hospital & Departmental Policies/Procedures
  • Adheres to hospital and department dress code
  • Refers to appropriate policies and procedures in daily job performance. Seeks interpretation as needed of all policies from Department Supervisor
  • Accepts and supports administration decisions
  • Complies with requirements of all regulatory agencies
  • Demonstrates an understanding of, and adherence to, the principles of patient privacy and security of protected health information
  • Adheres to all policies and procedures

Measures of Effectiveness
  • As observed by Director and others
  • Review of documentation
  • Patient care and/or department service is delivered in a safe, competent, and efficient manner as determined by outcomes, quality monitors, and other internal and external processes
  • Conduct and interpersonal relationships contribute positively to the delivery of quality of care and services, and to orderly operation of the department and the facility
  • Skills are maintained and enhanced through consultation with interdisciplinary team members, participation in planning activities, and attendance at in-service and continuing education programs
  • Completes mandatory education
  • Follows established guidelines for compliance with perinatal levels of care designation
  • Maintain designation for facility through evidence of a high quality program
  • Regulary attends and participates in the facility and system Perinatal committee meetings

  • Texas State RN license or compact license accepted
  • Minimum of 3 years clinical experience working in Level III NICU
  • NRP, BLS, and STABLE required


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