, New Hampshire


SHIFT: Days (rotating weekends)
SCHEDULE: Full-time

Do you want to be a part of a family and not just another employee? Are you looking for a work environment where diversity and inclusion thrive? Submit your application today and find out what it truly means to be a part of a team.  We are seeking a Clinical Coordinator for our Progressive Care Unit to help provide our patients with high quality, efficient care. We are an amazing team working hard to support each other and are seeking a phenomenal addition like you who feels patient care is as meaningful as we do.  


Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) is a leading healthcare provider with over 31.2 million patient encounters a year at locations in 21 states including the UK. We care about our community! HCA has been continually named one of Ethisphere’s most ethical company’s in the world since 2010. In 2018, HCA spent an estimated $3.3 billion in cost for the delivery of charitable care, uninsured discounts, and other uncompensated expenses. 


Parkland Medical Center is an 86-bed, Level III Trauma hospital in Derry, NH with a comprehensive range of medical services.  Through our partnerships with Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and the New England Heart & Vascular Institute (NEHVI), Parkland Medical Center brings specialized medicine by highly skilled physicians, innovative approaches to treatment and advanced technology to our communities. Parkland’s Urgent Care at Salem, conveniently located in Salem, NH, offers treatment for minor injuries and illnesses. Parkland is proud to provide all the care you need close to home.


Progressive Care Unit (PCU)

  • 12 bed unit; dedicated to close patient monitoring that requires skilled assessment and intervention tools for potential deteriorating conditions.
  • Types of patients: hemodynamically stable or predictably unstable patient not requiring mechanical ventilation. This includes providing physical, emotional, spiritual and cultural support to the patient.
  • Procedures Performed: revascularization, carotid endarterectomy, diabetic ulcer, renal failure, DVT and intermediate surgical intervention
  • Teamwork heavily focused to promote better patient experience & high quality of care
  • Fast paced and collaborative
  • A supportive and passionate culture motivated on fostering educational opportunities and specialty certification
  • Leaders on PCU have a passion for supporting nurses in reaching their professional goals, excellent practice, and collegial relationships

Position Summary:  Clinical Coordinator, Progressive Care Unit (PCU)


The Clinical Coordinator oversees, provides and ensures the quality of care for hemodynamically stable patients.  This includes providing physical, emotional, spiritual and cultural support to the patient.


Essential Functions include but are not limited to:

  • Manages departmental personnel through direction provided by the director; assists staff to achieve their full potential as members of an effective team through innovative management practices

  • Ensures that staff have proper orientation and documented competencies to provide a competent level of nursing care for all patients

  • Assists in hiring qualified personnel according to Parkland’s mission, vision and values; unit goals, scope of services and fiscal resources; based on the individual’s’ qualification, skill and experience

  • Manages all direct and indirect nursing care given to patients within the department to ensure optimal patient care

  • Responsible for the identification, interpretation, implementation and evaluation of the unit’s standards of nursing care

  • Demonstrates management skills including the ability to plan and organize staffing and direct and control daily activities in the department

  • Proactively assists physicians and healthcare providers as needed

  • Identifies and responds to patient dissatisfaction regarding their experience; develops a plan of action or quality control program for any identified trends; assists the director in the continual assessment and improvement of the department’s performance and abilities

  • Facilitates effective communication by meeting regularly with employees to report news and respond to questions; serves as a resource for staff to clarify and facilitate policies and procedures

  • Consistently keeps director informed of current and potential problems within the department

  • Promotes and monitors department safety; compiles statistical information as directed, ensures the department maintains required safety and regulatory documentation

  • Contributes to low incidence of patient, employee and visitor injury; identifies trends and plans a course of action to be initiated

  • Care policies are current; staff is involved in the development and formulation of departmental policies and procedures; all requested reports are completed on time; opportunities and efforts to enhance patient safety are documented with a plan of action and outcomes assessed

  • Serves as a professional role model; shares knowledge and lends assistance to others; assists in problem solving and in the implementation of new policies and procedures as requested

  • Demonstrates flexibility in scheduling when needs arise; resolves conflict in a constructive manner

  • Organizes or contributes to department in-services and other education

  • Service as interim director as needed
  • Demonstrates the unit-specific skills required for assigned role and service area

  • Maintains required competencies based on high-risk/low-volume/problem-prone areas

  • Promotes internal and external customer satisfaction

  • Builds and promotes a culture of service excellence and continuous improvement

  • Works as scheduled and is compliant with Attendance and Tardiness Policy


 CLICK HERE   to hear from our Parkland employees on why they love their nursing teams!



  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree preferred
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program (up to $5,250/calendar year)
  • Student Loan Repayment Program
  • 2-3 Years of Nursing experience in an acute care setting
  • NH RN license or valid RN Compact State License
  • BLS
  • ACLS within 6 months of hire
  • CPI within 3 months of hire
  • dysrhythmia training prior to ACLS
  • HCA will pay for certification renewals once employed 

At HCA, you have options. You can choose from a variety of benefits to create a customizable plan. You have the ability to enroll in several medical coverage plans including vision and dental. You can even select additional al la carte benefits to meet all your needs. Enroll in our Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), 401k, flex spending accounts for medial and childcare needs, and participate in our tuition reimbursement and our Student Loan Repayment Program.


CLICK HERE  to learn more about HCA’s Comprehensive Benefits Package. 

Intrigued? We’d love to hear from you!

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, New Hampshire

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