Dear Ms. Grasso, I just wanted to take a minute to commend you and your staff. My mother, Gilberte H., has been in and out of Port Rehab since November 2018. It does help when I am there and witness the care and compassion extended to her in her time of need. I wish I could think of the names of all the staff there who I feel have not only done their job well, but went over and above, but I will mention the few names that stand out to me. Cara has been especially patient and kind with Mom. Paul makes her smile and laugh, and the one who really prompted me to even think to write this letter is David. I believe he’s an LPN; he administers her medications. He treats her with incredible compassion, gentleness, and kindness and allows her the dignity she deserves. I don’t want to leave out all the Occupational and Physical Therapists who work with Mom. They are all exceptionally professional and wonderful. Thank you for caring enough to have a facility which seems to encourage care for those who are in dire need of compassion. Sincerely, Elaine P.

Port Healthcare Center

Nurse Manager

Location: Framingham, MA - Oak Knoll Healthcare Center

Category: Nursing

Nurse Manager – Full Time

Primary Responsibilities:
• 24/7 Responsibility, accountability, and authority of the clinical management of Sub-Acute unit to the extent of scope of practice and facility chain-of-command.
• Monitors for compliance of all regulatory requirements. Assists IDT in relaying regulatory changes to nursing/nursing aide staff, continuing to monitor for adherence to such requirements on an ongoing basis.
• Directs, evaluates and monitors all resident care on the unit.
• Directs and oversees nurses, CNAs, and charge nurse. Reports any concerns regarding staff who may be directly or indirectly involved with resident care on unit to appropriate departmental director.
• Develops and maintains a professional relationship with interdisciplinary team, including facility physicians, nurse practitioners, and physicians assistants
• Problem solve issues with unit staff, residents, families, physicians, practitioners.
• Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Problem-solve, provide feedback, submit audit findings & discuss as team.
• Ensures quality care is delivered to all patients and monitors clinical personnel job-specific efficiency. 

• Must be a Licensed Nurse in the state of Massachusetts (RN preferred)
• Minimum of three (3) years recent clinical experience preferably in Medical-Surgical, Gerontological or Rehabilitative Nursing.
• Current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support in accordance with the American Heart Association or American Red Cross standards required.
• Minimum of one (1) year experience as a charge nurse.
• Ability to work in fast paced and high acuity unit.
• Flexible to change & outstanding customer service skills.

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