Tower Health

Clinical Nurse Manager Women's Services

Job Locations US-PA-Phoenixville
Requisition ID
Phoenixville Hospital
Day shift - with rotation if needed
Labor and Delivery
Category (Portal Searching)
Nursing/Patient Care
# of Openings


The Women's Services Manager is accountable and responsible for the effective delivery of competent, compassionate, and efficient patient care in Labor and Delivery, Post-Partum, Nursery and NICU. This includes overall direction of clinical, human resources, and financial management.

The Clinical Manager demonstrates competencies in all areas of women's services and is a role model for expert nursing practice. 


This position has twenty-four/seven accountability for all clinical and operation services provided.  Management responsibilities are comprehensive in the areas of leadership, critical thinking, interpersonal skills, communications, group process, service excellence, use of personal resources, control of patient and staff environment and budgeting. Involvement is expected in educational endeavors for staff and self, as well as research applicable to patient care. Management responsibilities actively involve staffing a variety of functions that develop professional accountability and improve performance. The Clinical Manager works collaboratively with all hospital leadership to assure success of the unit. The Clinical Manager accepts ownership of own work and with reporting responsibility for the quality of care provided and care outcomes to the Chief Nursing Officer.  


Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Must have a valid license to practice professional nursing in PA.  BSN required. MSN or masters in related field preferred. Specialty certification in obstetrics preferred. Minimum of five years acute care maternal/child experience, including two years of management or supervisory experience. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Current BLS, NRP , ACLS  and AWOHNN Fetal Monitoring Course .


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