Roles and Responsibilities
Job Purpose: To determines goals, aims, objectives and policies of the Nursing Services, recruit nurses, maintain the discipline and rosters.
Participates in the adherence to the philosophy of’ the hospital in general and those specific to the Nursing service.
Determines goals, aims, objectives and policies of the Nursing Services. Implements hospital policies and rules through various nursing units. Decides and recommends personnel and material requirement for running
Setting of Various Nursing departments of the hospital.
Interviews and recruitment of Nursing staff.
Check the discipline among the staff.
Planning of requirement, replacement and deployment of nursing staff in the hospital.
Ensures to maintain the efficient care and nursing quality indicator.
Makes regular hospital rounds with NS/MS of the hospitals.
Looks after the welfare of the patients, their relatives and the Nursing staff.
Check for all duty roster, with plan of leave of nursing staff.
Ensures constant counseling and guidance to the nursing staff.
Enforces implementation of the hospital rules, regulations and policies.
Participates in hospital and intra-hospital meetings and conferences.
Evaluates /Performance Appraisal the confidential staff reports and recommends for promotion or higher studies.
(Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, managed by Narayana Health is a 242 bedded, NABH accredited hospital. This State-of-the-Art Tertiary care Superspeciality Hospital in collaboration with ‘Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board’, caters to patients across more than 20 different specialities with a special focus on Cardiology & Cardio-Vascular Surgery, Medical & Surgical Gastroenterology, Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Renal Sciences, Medical, Radiation & Surgical Oncology (Cancer) and Critical Care Medicine, thus providing the affordable quality care that Narayana Health stands for to the people of Jammu & Kashmir)
UG:B.Sc in Nursing
Narayana Health is headquartered in Bengaluru, India, and operates a network of hospitals across the country, with a particularly strong presence in the southern state of Karnataka and eastern India, as well as an emerging presence in northern, western and central India. Our first facility was established in Bengaluru with approximately 225 operational beds and we have since grown to 21 Hospitals + 1 Cayman Islands and 6 heart centres, 19 primary care facilities across India and an international hospital in the Cayman Islands. The group now features over 5,859 operational beds through a combination of greenfield projects and acquisitions. We believe that the "Narayana Health" brand is strongly associated with our mission to deliver high-quality, affordable healthcare services to the broader population by leveraging our economies of scale, skilled doctors, and an efficient business model.
In aggregate, our centres provide advanced levels of care in over 30 specialties, including Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery, Cancer Care, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Nephrology and Urology, and Gastroenterology.