Quality/Regulatory Professionals neededfor Covenant Health, the region’s largest premier health care provider and recognized in 2016 and 2017 by Forbes magazine as being named among “America’s Best Employers” in Knoxville, Tennessee, has exciting opportunities for experienced, highly motivated quality, regulatory and risk leaders. They will be responsible for the planning, organizing, management and evaluation of operations of quality, care management, infection prevention, and regulatory compliance of assigned facilities. Responsible for the coordination of care for all patients through the continuum of care in assigned facilities. Fluent in quality improvement principles and regulatory requirements.
These positions report to the System Director and the CNO/CAO of the facility assigned.
Qualifications and Minimum Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and a minimum of five (5) years’ experience with at least three (3) years in a hospital setting; Experience and/or education in quality improvement, risk management or related field preferred.
Internal Number: 2840625
About Covenant Health
Covenant Health is a comprehensive, community-owned health system dedicated to improving the health of the people it serves. Established in 1996 by the consolidation of Fort Sanders Health System in Knoxville, Tennessee, and MMC HealthCare System in Oak Ridge, Covenant Health is governed by a voluntary board of directors made up of community leaders and medical professionals. More than 11,000 people are employed by Covenant Health and its member organizations. Working together with nearly 1,500 affiliated physicians, these healthcare professionals deliver quality care to thousands of patients throughout East Tennessee.
Covenant Health includes nine acute care hospitals in East Tennessee: Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center and Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville, Fort Loudoun Medical Center in Lenoir City, LeConte Medical Center in Sevierville, Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System in Morristown, Roane Medical Center in Harriman, Claiborne Medical Center in Tazewell and Cumberland Medical Center in Crossville.
It also includes Peninsula Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in East Tennessee’s Blount County. Member organizations also includ...e the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center, Thompson Cancer Survival Center, Peninsula (a division of Parkwest Medical Center), Fortress Corporation, Fort Sanders West Diagnostic Center, Nanny’s, Fort Sanders Health and Fitness Center, Covenant Medical Group, and Covenant HomeCare and Hospice. Covenant Health also operates the Fort Sanders Nursing Department, a baccalaureate nursing education program at Tennessee Wesleyan College, in Athens, Tennessee.
Philanthropic affiliates include Fort Sanders Foundation and the Thompson Cancer Survival Center Foundation in Knoxville, Methodist Medical Center Foundation in Oak Ridge, the Dr. Robert F. Thomas Foundation in Sevierville, and Morristown-Hamblen Foundation in Morristown. Funds raised by the foundations provide services, equipment and other resources for excellence in patient care.