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  • Middleburg Heights, OH
  • Southwest General Health Ctr
  • 3E - Medical/Surgical Unit
  • FULL-TIME , Nights , 6:00pm - 4:00am
  • Nursing
  • Req #: 15744
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Southwest General Health Center is a 352-bed community hospital located in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. One of the last standing community hospitals in Northeast Ohio, we partner with University Hospitals and other local community organizations to provide a full range of services to all who need us. We are certified as a Level III Trauma Center and a Primary Stroke Center, and have been serving our community for over 100 years! 

Why work at SWGHC? In addition to the outstanding culture, we offer great benefits, no rotating shifts, free parking and are close to the turnpike and I71. Come join our team! #loveajobthatlovesyouback



3E is a 32 bed medical/surgical unit that has a variety of older adult patients, with a wide range of needs from ambulatory to complete care. Acuity of patients is generally moderate. They welcome new grads to their unit, and it is a great place to solidify nursing skills. No call or rotating shifts.


Responsible for assisting with the oversight of daily operations of the assigned Clinical Department. The Assistant Clinical Manager is responsible for the development and coordination of activities that promote clinically effective and efficient patient care. Plans, organizes and directs patient care activities as delegated by the Clinical Manager. Collaborates with the clinical manager in maintaining the operational aspects of the patient units, and participates in and uses independent judgment in the hiring, supervising, training, performance management, and evaluation of staff. Consults and collaborates with other health care team members to provide safe appropriate patient care. Ensures a culture of accountability. Demonstrates the ability to problem solve. 

Assistant Clinical Managers demonstrate effective problem solving/decision making abilities. They demonstrate the ability to plan and prioritize with excellent time management skills. Performing with initiative and innovation, knowledge of practice requirements for RN and LPN as mandated by the Nurse Practice Act is essential.


Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current licensure by Ohio State Board of Nursing. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Required length of experience:
Three (3) years of clinical experience in an acute care setting with one (1) year successful experience in a leadership position strongly preferred.

Required licensure, certification, and/or registry:
Current license by the Ohio State Board of Nursing. 
CPR, BLS & ACLS required.  

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