A nursing manager is an integral part of any medical team and arguably without one, it can be quite hard to run a care home. That’s why you want to make sure that there’s one present at each point of the day and can make services such as ours so valuable. That’s why our team at HLTH Resourcing have created this blog post; so that you know what to do when you find you find yourself without one on short notice.
Why Are Nursing Managers Important?
Strong management is a must in any industry, including nursing. However, in this role, it especially pays to ensure that you have a strong one as it’s through a nursing manager that a team of nurses is distributed to each patient. This means that the care home in question can run seamlessly as there is someone poised in control to problem solve when any queries pop up and evenly distribute tasks to other nurses.
How Do I Find a Nursing Manager If Mine Walks Out?
As a nursing manager is an important feature of a medical office, you may feel yourself starting to panic if you look around and suddenly find yourself without one. At HLTH Resourcing, we run an online service that allows you to put in a request for an out of work nursing manager if you have a position that becomes vacant. With us, you’ll be sure to receive an experienced nursing manager who is ready to dive into and perform within a new environment.
Are Nursing Managers Required By the CQC?
A common FAQ that we receive is that are nursing managers required by the CQC? The CQC (Care Quality Commission) is a body that appoints nursing managers into medical offices and care homes to act on their behalf. Often, they are required to run the day to day on the behalf of such bodies, ensuring that the level of care offered in homes is to standard.
For more information on how to find a nursing manager if you suddenly are left without one, contact our team at HLTH Resourcing today.