OP: I agree with those that state your resume needs to reflect only one position. Also ANMs of clinical units are clinical entry-level managers. We are not Staff RNs, but we work the floors and can be pulled into the count as well as cover breaks. And so, you may be considered under qualified clinically for an ANM position in the hospital setting on a clinical floor since you have not worked as a RN in the hospital setting.
By the way, most department managers and directors within a hospital setting on the clinical side are typically those who grew up as RNs within the hospital setting. The politics (yep, it is a real thing) are not supportive of nurse managers without bedside acute care work experience in the hospital setting. However, breaking into management within the hospital setting is still possible.
You may want to consider positions that are for nurse managers (or ANMs), who are not managing direct patient care departments. Specifically, departments such as QA, Case Management, Risk, Clinical Education, Staffing, etc.. I know of some former SNF directors and managers who received their break as managers within the hospital setting going this route. I know of one who is now an executive after being a director of Case Management for two facilities for several years. Good luck!