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LNHA- Nursing Home Administrator

Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA)
Centers Health Care is looking to hire a Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA) for a skilled nursing Facility located in Rochester, NY.
Centers Health Care offers the Following:
Generous compensation package
Ongoing training and development
Strong regional and corporate support
Career advancement opportunities
DUTIES:
Supervises all clinical and administrative functions in the facility
Development and implementation of a facility management system
Administration, management, supervision, and coordination of all departments to ensure quality care
Financial management of a healthcare facility
Monitor and maintain facility's compliance with all pertinent State and Federal regulations
Oversight of the facility quality assurance process
Ensure that individual rights and opportunity for choice exist for all residents
REQUIREMENTS:
Must have a current New York State LNHA Certification
Experience in performance management and effective leadership
Proven leadership & management skills
Strong verbal & written communication skills
Must maintain confidentiality regarding resident & CFSC proprietary information
Ability to relate professionally & work cooperatively with residents & staff at all levels
ABOUT US:
Centers Health Care is a fully integrated post-acute care continuum offering rehabilitation and skilled nursing services in more than 45 locations covering five states. In addition, we provide special services including inpatient and home dialysis, ventilator care, and care for those with Alzheimer's. The Centers Health Care family offers Urgent Care, Managed Care, Adult Day Health Care, and Assisted Living services, as well as every level of Home Care. Centers is well known for our commitment to our employees, offering outstanding ongoing training and development, career advancement opportunities, competitive pay rates, generous compensation packages and more.
CentersHealthCare.com
Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F/D/V


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