Chief Nursing Officer


Develops department goals, objectives, standards of performance, policies, and procedures; organizes the department in accordance with administrative guidelines in order to provide specified nursing services to meet the legal, organizational, and medical staff guidelines, works with administration in evaluating proposed procedural changes as they relate to patient care; has the authority and responsibility for establishing, directing the implementation and ensures compliance with Standards of Nursing Practice.

Qualifications Minimum:

Current RN licensure appropriate to state regulations (unrestricted) required. Current BLS certification Bachelor’s degree in nursing five or more years of experience in an inpatient hospital setting two or more years of recent (within the last five years) nursing management experience, including responsibilities such as 24-hour accountability, FTE management; policy, procedure and budgetary oversight; and conduction of disciplinary action.


Master’s degree in nursing or related field OR a written plan to obtain such qualifications approved by the Corporate CNO and the hospital CEO, unless a higher degree is required by the state CRRNOR must attain when meets requirements

Indianapolis Rehabilitation Hospital is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled
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