The average salary of a(n) Ambulatory Surgery Director in Louisville, Kentucky is $152,706.
Directs, administers, and coordinates activities related to administrative and patient care functions of an ambulatory surgery center. Typically requires a bachelor's degree in Nursing plus five years of clinical nursing experience in an operating room or ambulatory surgery center. Directs, administers, and coordinates nursing staff activities within the ambulatory surgery center to include pre-op, operating room, recovery room, and recovery care as well as laboratory, x-ray, pharmacy and other services to ensure that appropriate administrative and clinical practices and services are provided. Establishes and maintains liaison with nursing staff and medical and administrative staffs to ensure effective coordination of efforts for optimal patient care. Directs the evaluation and coordination of educational and professional growth activities such as nursing learning experience, continuing education, and other programs to ensure consistency with established objectives. Provides training on new procedures, equipment, and regulatory requirements. Responsible for planning, development, and implementation of effective clinical operations, including development of strategic plans, work processes, staffing plans, operating budgets, resource allocation, and logistical planning to deliver effective patient care and meet profit contribution targets. Manages and coordinates subordinate staff. Establishes schedules, work assignments, and allocation of manpower, space, and equipment to ensure effective patient care. Works with ambulatory surgery center physicians to maintain and improve support services. Coordinates activities of various units to provide designated services with minimum delay and optimum efficiency and accuracy. Conducts staff meetings for dissemination of pertinent information. Trains and evaluates performance of supervisory personnel and reviews performance reports prepared on staff. Develops and manages the department budget. Directs the compilation and preparation of operational and financial reports identifying progress, adverse trends, and outcomes. Reviews ambulatory surgery facility fees and evaluates cost of procedures. Recommends fiscal requirements for the ambulatory surgery center. Ensures that appropriate levels of supplies and materials are available. Less
Directs, administers, and coordinates activities related to administrative and patient care functions of an ambulatory surgery center. Typically requires a bachelor's degree in Nursing plus five years of clinical nursing experience in an operating room or ambulatory surgery center. Directs,... More