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RN Lead Perioperative Nurse FT Colorado Urologic SC Superior

Job ID: 32754 Date posted: 07/22/2022 Location: Superior, Colorado Facility: USPI
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Colorado Urology, a United Urology Group affiliate, is the region’s premier urology practice with more than 20 urologists and a team of Advanced Practice Providers serving patients at 11 medical offices throughout Boulder, Castle Rock, and the Denver metropolitan area. Colorado Urology provides a comprehensive array of urologic services to patients. The integrated approach to urologic care provides patients with access to experienced specialists, a comprehensive support team of healthcare professionals, innovative diagnostic tools, and highly advanced treatments and therapies.

Colorado Urology offers competitive salary and benefits packages with a great working environment. To view a full list of our benefits, please visit

We are seeking an outstanding Full-Time Lead Perioperative Nurse for our Surgery Center located in Superior, CO. The Registered Nurse will provide clinical coverage for ASC, local procedures, IV sedation, assisting physicians by circulating in ASC Surgical cases and/or Pre-Op / PACU. Excellent working environment, great staff, competitive salary, and free parking offered. Plus, you DO NOT have to work nights, weekends, holidays or take call.


The RN Team Leader is responsible for the designated ambulatory surgical facility; maintaining the center according to all federal, state, and accreditation requirements as well as corporate protocols and standards.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Management
    • Ensures that the Ambulatory Surgical Center schedules are utilized to their maximum capacity and established ratios are maintained for staffing patterns.
    • Maintains compliance with the nursing policies and procedures to assure that everyone adheres to the high standards of patient care expected.
    • Participates in hiring qualified team members serving as a catalyst and mentor for motivating productivity, innovation, high employee morale and commitment to the organization.
    • Sets clear and specific expectations/objectives for team members and the department.
    • Recognizes and provides coaching, counseling, and discipline as appropriate.
    • Responsible for the execution of Ambulatory Surgical Centers Quality Assurance initiatives.
    • Assures that all supplies, equipment, physical space and other resources are properly managed and maintained.
    • Functions as an advocate/liaison for patients, families, physicians, and other staff members.
    • Facilitates staff education and Leadership Group activities (ie. QI/QA, Safety/OHSA, Policy and Procedure Review, Mandatory In-Services, and Orientation).
    • As part of your positions requirements, you are expected to travel to other sites within a reasonable geographic region.
    • Perform other administrative and clinical duties as assigned by manager.
  • Clinical
    • Coordinates and directs all paperwork and medical records for surgical patients, including consents and other required releases, informed consent, etc.
    • Directs patient intake and discharge. Ensure patient is given full details of the procedure to be performed. At discharge, provides the patient with full written discharge orders according to Summit Ambulatory Surgery Centers designated protocols.
    • Hand instruments and supplies to surgeons and surgeons' assistants, hold retractors and cut sutures, and perform other tasks as directed by surgeon during operation.
    • Prepare patients for surgery, including positioning patients on the operating table and covering them with sterile surgical drapes to prevent exposure.
    • Monitor and continually assess operating room conditions, including patient and surgical team needs.
    • Monitor, record and report symptoms and changes in patients' conditions.
    • Maintains all medical equipment, verifying that routine and periodic maintenance procedures are performed and logged for all corporate locations.
    • Perform other clinical and office duties as assigned by manager.
  • Strategic Planning
    • Responsible for the development and implementation of departmental policies, budgets and strategic plans.
    • Responsible for the designated ambulatory surgical facility; maintaining the center according to all federal, state and accreditation requirements as well as corporate protocols and standards.

Salary Range: $43-$47




Required Skills:


  • Bachelors Degree in Nursing or lesser degree and commensurate experience.
  • 2-4 years experience managing nursing staff, preferably with experience in an Ambulatory Care setting.
  • Current Registered Nurse licensure in the state of Colorado.
  • Current ACLS and BLS required.

United Urology Group complies with federal, state, and/or local laws regarding mandatory vaccination of its workforce.  If you are offered this position and must be vaccinated under any applicable law, you will be required to show proof of full vaccination or obtain an approval of a religious or medical exemption prior to your start date. 

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