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Regional Quality Assurance Nurse
Title:Regional Quality Assurance Nurse
Address:3000 N 91st Ave
Facility Name:Fairmont of Northville


Integro Asset Management is a management company that specializes in the areas of skilled nursing, assisted living, and memory care in senior living communities located in various states located across the US. Integro’s goal is provides a serene setting and compassionate care to our senior living and memory care residents. At Integro we are dedicated to Enhancing Quality of Life.

We are looking for an experienced Quality Assurance Nurse to serves as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team overseeing all quality related activities across the health care setting. This will be a remote position that will require travel.

General Purpose

The Regional Quality Assurance Nurse serves as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team overseeing all quality related activities across the communities. The Regional Quality Assurance Nurse is primarily responsible for providing leadership, support, and direction to multiple healthcare communities.  The Regional Nurse oversees all clinical operations of the facilities in their region, ensures that company policies and procedures are carried out and that regulatory compliance standards are being met. The Regional Nurse ensures optimal utilization of resources and compliance with the operating standards of various health care governing and accrediting bodies. The position of Regional Nurse is as much a support role, as it is a leadership role. Regional Nurses work alongside the management teams at each facility to develop and implement processes, identify and resolve issues. The qualifications of a Regional Nurse generally include:




  • Bachelors in Nursing
  • A minimum of five (5) years’ experience as a Professional Nurse and maintains a current state license as a Registered Nurse (RN)
  • At least 5 years nursing management experience in assisted living, skilled nursing or long-term care environments
  • Proficiency in computer skills, Microsoft Office (Windows, Outlook, Excel) with the ability to learn new applications
  • Able to travel within a geographic area or on assignments
  • Demonstration of competence in assessment skills and know how to recognize and implement the standards that protect brand integrity through all services
  • knowledge of local, state, and federal regulatory compliance standards and medical practices within the scope of long-term care.
  • Minimum five (5) years experience in the Performance Improvement discipline in a long term care facility with a successful track record and demonstrated progressive management. (preferred)


  • Works with nursing leadership across facilities to ensure regular clinical competency verification of nursing staff
  • Conducts Root Cause Analyses for clinical adverse events and near miss events; develops action plans to reduce risk of recurrence; follows the progress of these action plans
  • Identifies areas of potential risk and develops systems within the organization to minimize risk of adverse events or negative quality outcomes
  • Conduct annual and complaint survey preparation
  • Performs other duties as requested by leadership team
  • Quality monitoring of services, training, regulatory compliance and implementation of resident care policies, forms and systems
  • Coordinates the development and integration of a "dashboard" for clinical outcomes, critical interventions, cost, utilization, satisfaction, etc.
  • Continuously assesses the organization's compliance with external regulatory bodies
  • Performs all other duties as requested by leadership


Members of our team Enjoy:

  • Working with a highly engaged staff
  • Healthy staffing levels
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Career growth
  • Competitive compensation


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