SCL Health St Marys Medical Center - Chief Nursing Officer Resume Example

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Layla Ross
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Professional Summary
I strive to
be a leader grounded in the message of the Good News, bringing affection
to those with whom I work, hope for our enduring spirit and efforts, confidence in our decisions
and abilities, and action to get our work done extremely well.
I endeavor
to build my leadership foundation from being continually present in the
bedrock of the front line of patient care.
I remain
aware that forgiveness, not revenge, is a great teacher of growth and  progress
for my teammates and myself.
I know that
good planning calms me and prepares me to meet and achieve the responsibilities of my
leadership role. 
I take risks in my work,
knowing that risk brings both courage and fear, that will strengthen my
faith in my leadership abilities and my execution to achieve both personal and organizational goals.
 
 
 
Skills
  • Highly collaborative nursing executive who works with nursing leaders, nursing front line associates and patient care partners to  establish integrated, multidisciplinary foundations focusing on person-centered care that improves the patient experience, betters the health of our communities, and reduces the cost of care.
  • Strategic planner and operational leader with proven track record of implementing consistent tactics and tools for our nursing and care teams to achieve nursing excellence and patient outcome goals.
  • Highly visual nursing leader who acknowledges, honors and communicates to patient care teams that truly valuable advances in patient care come from our front line leaders and staff.
  • Leadership partner who builds and values patient care cultures of trust and "collective mindfulness," in order to progress the establishment of High Reliability Organizations.

    Innovative leader successful at working with other leaders and teams to build first-rate workforces, by instilling pride, high standards and determination in nursing and the patient care providers, to  consistently deliver excellent service, quality and safety.  
  • Prudent nursing executive highly experienced in balancing professional and staff labor forces, quality and service, with fiscal targets and stewardship responsibilities for sustainability.  
Experience
Chief Nursing Officer/VP of Patient Services, 01/2012 to Present
SCL Health St. Mary's Medical Center Grand Junction, CO
Administrative and clinical responsibility for nursing and patient care services of an acute care tertiary medical center. Leadership accountability for patient care departments, quality, patient safety, patient experience, clinical regulatory compliance, medical staff office, nursing financial stewardship, priority setting and strategic planning for nursing and patient care. Highly visible clinical leader to the front line nursing staff, physicians, patients and their families.
350-bed acute care regional medical center serving western Colorado, eastern Utah, southern Wyoming and northern New Mexico 2,000 employees, including 700 nurses 400 active physicians, both employed and private practice. Trauma II hospital with Flight Program, Neurosurgery, Oncology, Women/Children's Services, Level III NICU, Inpatient Rehabilitation Services, Bariatric Program, Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Services.  
Chief Nursing Executive, 01/2007 to 12/2011
Community Health Systems: Deaconess Medical Center and Community Hospital Spokane , WA
Administrative and clinical responsibility for nursing and patient care services.  Leadership accountability for patient care quality, safety and service, clinical regulatory compliance, case management, staff and physician satisfaction, fiscal stewardship and nursing productivity standards, policy, priority and strategic planning for nursing and patient care services. 
388-bed acute and tertiary care medical center IP and OP hub of a growing integrated delivery system with 2 hospitals, 250-member multi-specialty physician group, 10 urgent care clinics, 20-member cardiology group, home healthcare, and 12 regional clinic sites, including 800 nurses and 650 physicians, both employed and private-practice.   Trauma II hospital with, Neurosurgery, Oncology, Women/Children's Services, Level III NICU, Inpatient Rehabilitation Services, Bariatric Program, Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Services.
Vice President of Patient Care and Clinical Services/CNO, 04/2005 to 12/2006
Kaiser Permanente: San Jose Medical Center San Jose, CA
Administrative and clinical responsibility for patient care services
of an 325 acute care medical center and outpatient clinic with 3000 employees, 850 nurses, and 550 physicians serving over 425,000 Kaiser Permanente members. Principle leadership responsibility for patient care quality, safety and service, and staff and physician satisfaction, financial stewardship and compliance for fiscal targets of patient care departments, policy development, priority setting and strategic planning for the nursing and patient care agenda.
Vice President of Patient Care Services/CNO, 07/2003 to 04/2005
Salinas Valley Memorial Health Care System Salinas, CA
Administrative and clinical responsibilities for nursing and patient care services of a 266 bed acute care medical center, with 2000 employees, 700 nurses and 275 physicians. Responsible for leading the patient care team's execution of quality improvement, excellence in patient-centered care, patient, staff and physician satisfaction, financial stewardship, policy development, and patient care strategic planning.
Vice President for Patient Care and Clinical Services/CNO, 10/2000 to 07/2003
St. James Medical Center, SCL Health Butte, MT
Administrative and clinical responsibility for a 168 bed acute care hospital with 1200 employees, 205 nurses and 100 physician staff serving a large geographic rural area. Leadership responsibility for quality, case management, patient experience, fiscal stewardship, compliance, regulatory and physician relations of nursing and ancillary departments.
Director of Women and Childrens' Serivces, 01/1996 to 10/2000
Community Medical Center Missoula, MT
Clinical Staff Nurse, 01/1994 to 07/1995
University of California San Francisco Medical Center San Francisco, CA
Relief Public Health Clinic and Field Supervisor, 01/1991 to 12/1993
Alameda County Public Health Department Oakland, CA
Clinical Nurse V Supervisor, 11/1985 to 06/1991
San Joaquin General Hospital French Camp , CA
Education
Master of Science: Administrative Medicine and Population Health, Jun 2000 University of Wisconsin, School of Medicine - Madison , WI
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Jun 1985 Montana State University - Bozeman , MT
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology, Jun 1974 Univesity of Montana - Missoula, MT
Graduate Studies in Philosophy and Religion, University of Montana - Missoula, MT

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