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Like other healthcare facilities, hospitals need to be strictly supervised by administrative staff 24/7 in order to uphold the highest healthcare standards. But healthcare administrators don’t work every single day. In their absence, house supervisors step up and take responsibility for the delivery of safe, top quality patient care.
Acting as a liaison between hospital staff and administration, house supervisors focus on customer satisfaction. In these managerial positions, qualified RNs supervise all hospital functions when regular administrators are absent. Typically, this includes night, weekend and holiday shifts.
In order to qualify for RN house supervisor jobs, candidates should have a BSN with significant clinical experience. Most facilities prefer candidates with prior experience in a leadership role. Although house supervisors are responsible for making administrative decisions, they still need to notify on-call administrators about serious situations that need attention. In this sense, house supervisors should be able to make quick decisions and know when to ask for help.
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