Sinai Health has a bold vision and strategy for the future: To create Canada's leading integrated health system pushing the boundaries to realize the best health and care from healthy beginnings to healthy aging for people with complex health needs. A key enabler of this vision is Sinai Health’s People Plan – which provides an explicit commitment to our people about our commitment to creating a workplace culture and environment that is safe, caring, equitable, compassionate and accountable in order to ultimately provide optimal care to patients and their family caregivers.
To support us on our journey, Sinai Health is looking for an experienced and dedicated Nursing Unit Administrator to support our Labour & Delivery, Women’s & Infants’ Health department at our Mount Sinai Hospital Campus.
Over 7000 babies are born annually at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Frances Bloomberg Centre for Women’s and Infants’ Health. We are internationally recognized for excellence in high-risk maternal, fetal and neonatal care. We have opportunities to work with world renowned physicians, clinical leaders and researchers in delivering transformative care. We are also recognized as a Top GTA Employer and the only Canadian hospital to achieve Magnet® recognition, a prestigious, international credential that measures nursing excellence and patient care.
Opened only four years ago, our Labour & Delivery unit is state of the art, providing a warm and supportive atmosphere for women and their families during labour, birth and recovery. As the NUA you will work closely with obstetricians, maternal fetal medicine specialists, fellows, residents, family doctors, midwives and dedicated anaesthetists. As a collaborative member of the nursing leadership team, you are responsible for the administrative operations, clinical practice, human resources and financial management of Labour & Delivery. Your leadership is consistent with Magnet® principles and values. Care is provided to both low risk and high risk women in a Labour, Delivery and Recovery (LDR) model. Both elective and urgent Cesarean Sections are completed in the labour and delivery operative procedure rooms and are managed by the NUA. The NUA is supported by a medical lead, Administrative Coordinator, Clinical Coordinators, Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Clinical Educator.