Full Time or Part Time RN's & LPN's opportunity-
Sign on Bonus and Referral Bonus
Under the direction of the RN Nursing supervisor, Unit manager, DNS or ADNS the register nurse delivers efficient and effective nursing care while achieving positive clinical outcomes and patient family satisfaction. He/she operates within the scope of practice defines by the state nurse practice act and delegates aspects of patient care to LPN’s and C.N.A.’s consistent with their scope of practice. The RN manages patient care by performing nursing assessments and collaborating with the nursing team and other disciplines, patients and families to develop effective plans of care.
Collects, validates, synthesizes and records objective and subjective data
Prioritizes data collection based on patient needs
Analyzes all data
Identifies actual or potential problems or needs based on data analysis
Establishes realistic and measureable short and long term goals for the identified health problems and needs
Develops individualized interventions to achieve goals
Determines timelines within the care plan
Conducts a systematic and ongoing evaluation of patient outcomes
Reviews and revises plan of care as indicated
Performs nursing functions and provides care within scope of practice
Coordinates and delegates care as appropriate
Verifies that medical orders arte accurately transcribed
Administers medications and performs treatments per physician orders
Communicates and documents interventions and patient response
Delegates care responsibilities to staff considering
Complexity of care
Competency of staff
States practice act
Supervises staff to ensure that delegated tasks and interventions are implemented appropriately and per policy
Evaluates and adjusts the plan of care to achieve patient goals and immunize hospitalizations
Actively participates in Utilization Management or interdisciplinary Care Management Meeting to facilitate appropriate discharge planning
Communicates team’s recommendations for discharge to the attending physician, patient and family
Prepares patient family for discharge including patient and family education
Communicates patient information with assigned staff during and between shifts
Participates in shift to shift communication between incoming and outgoing nursing staff
Performs drug count when beginning and ending shift and whenever necessary
Collaborates with physicians in rounds and examination of patients as needed
Collaborates and coordinates with other departments to provide timely effective care consistent with individual’s needs, choices and preferences
Contributes to an environment that is respectful, team orientated and responsive to the concerns of staff, patients and families
Enhances nursing practice by attending all mandated in service programs and outside professional education programs
Assists with the orientation of newly hired nursing staff
Promotes a culture of safety to ensure a healthy practice and living environment
Maintains confidentiality and protects sensitive protected health information at all times
Stays and works beyond scheduled shift if needed to meet state strafing requirement and or needs of patients
Performs other duties as requested.
SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Graduate of an approved school of nursing is requires
Must be currently licensed by the State Board of Nursing
Experience is preferred
This position requires that the employee is able to read, write, speak and understand the spoken English language to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients and visitors at the work site when responding to their medical and physical needs.
Current physical assessment skills and comprehensive knowledge of nursing principles required, including the ability to recognize and identify symptoms and manage emergency situations.
Knowledge of medications their proper dosage and expected results.
Ability to coordinate delegate and supervise nursing functions, problem solve and make decisions as necessary.
Ability to create a patient centered environment.
Ability of communicate in English both orally and in writing.
Basic knowledge of computer use.
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