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Director T3, Surgical/Transplant Unit

Reading Hospital
Reading, PA

Reading Hospital, part of Tower Health, is seeking a Director for T3, a 30-bed private room surgical/transplant Unit located in the Reading HealthPlex, a new tower which opened at Reading Hospital in October of 2016, which combines state-of-the-art technology and world-class design.

Key Opportunities, the Director will:

    • Lead and manage day to day operations for the unit with responsibility for approximately 50 FTEs.
    • Report to the Senior Director Surgical Division and work closely with the Medical Director, in a dyad partnership to provide exemplary services.
    • Facilitate the growth and expansion of the transplant program.
    • Continue to support the model of care, Relationship Based Care, and engage the team in shared governance.

THE ORGANIZATION at a Glance

Reading Hospital, the flagship hospital of Tower Health, is a 714-bed Magnet recognized organization. The Hospital is home to many top-tier specialty care centers, including Reading HealthPlex, McGlinn Cancer Institute, Miller Regional Heart Center, the Emergency Department, Level I Trauma Center and Beginnings Maternity Center, which houses the region's only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Reading Hospital is listed as one of America's 100 Best Hospitals for three consecutive years, received a 5-Star Rating from CMS, and was awarded an “A” by Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. For more information, visit towerhealth.org.

Education and Experience Criteria

    • Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, one of which must be in Nursing.
    • Licensed Registered Nurse in PA or eligible for licensure.
    • Progressive unit-based leadership experience required, transplant experience highly preferred.
    • Clinical specialty or Administrative certification.
    • Ability to support a culture of Magnet.

PROCEDURE FOR CANDIDACY

Please send nominations or contact a member of the KBA team for more information:

Peggy Loughery - 610-709-6434
Erinn Riley - 610-810-1515

Senior Director Emergency Services and Observation

Reading Hospital
Reading, PA

Reading Hospital, part of Tower Health, is seeking a Senior Director of Emergency Services and Observation to lead the service line. Home to the largest Emergency Department in Pennsylvania, there are 95 licensed bays and more than 135,000 patient visits annually. The Senior Director will report directly to the SVP/CNO. Total FTEs are approximately 350. The Senior Director will work in a dyad partnership with the ED Medical Director. The team is seeking a strong visible leader who is transparent and supports the department’s shared governance structure.

Reading Hospital in West Reading, PA, is the flagship hospital for Tower Health.

  • 714-bed Magnet Recognized hospital featuring
  • PA’s busiest Emergency Department and a Level I Trauma Center & Lantern Award Winner
  • Beginnings Maternity Center, which houses the region's only Level III NICU
  • Reading Hospital HealthPlex, one of the most sophisticated surgical centers and inpatient facilities in the region.
  • Pediatric Emergency Department, opened 2019, offers specialized treatment and services.
  • Certified Chest Pain Center offers immediate cardiac evaluation of patients presenting with chest pain.
  • The only Joint Commission-certified Advanced Primary Stroke Center in Berks County.
  • America's 100 Best Hospitals for three consecutive years
  • 5-Star Rating for quality from CMS in 2019
  • Awarded four consecutive ‘A’ grades from  Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade.

Education and Experience Criteria

  • Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, one of which must be in Nursing.
  • Licensed Registered Nurse in PA or eligible for licensure.
  • Minimum 5 years progressive leadership experience in Emergency Services.
  • Clinical specialty or Administrative certification.
  • A collaborative leader able to establish strong interpersonal relationships with physicians and colleagues.
  • Ability to support a professional practice culture, refine competencies in nursing practice, and support a culture of Magnet.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead change, engage nursing leaders and staff and advance patient experience, quality and safety.

To learn more about this exciting opportunity for yourself or a colleague, please contact:

Erinn Riley, Search Associate - 610-810-1515

Peggy Loughery, MSN, RN, Vice President Search Services - 610-709-6434

Jane Fitzsimmons, MSN, RN, Executive Vice President, Search Services

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