HCA, Hospital Corporation of America RN Needed! Night Shift - Great M/S Unit! in Salem VA, Virginia
_RN Night Shift - M/S Unit! BONUS!!_ Med/Surg = $10k sign-on for minimum 2 years experience! New RN = $5k sign-on withmininimum 6 months experience! New Grads = $500 NCLEX bonus!
SPECIFIC ELEMENTS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Under the direction of a Nursing Clinical Coordinator or Department Director: Accountable and Responsible for Clinical Judgment Demonstrates accountability for essential clinical knowledge to positively affect patient outcomes within the scope of nursing practice while assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating care. Demonstrates strong and accurate clinical judgment and competent or expert nursing skills while following established policies including those related to confidentiality (written, verbal, electronic and digital). Documents effectively, succinctly, and timely according to organizational policy. Incorporates time management and prioritizes for efficiency and productivity. Follows LGMC process for dispensing of medications and narcotic control and employs clinical judgment related to medication administration. Delegates only those tasks for which she or he believes the other health team member has the knowledge and skill to perform, taking into consideration training, cultural competence, experience, and facility/agency policies and procedures. Follows The Five Rights Of Delegation: Right task Right circumstances Right person Right directions and communication Right supervision and evaluation Adheres to hospital and unit policies. Other duties as assigned. Duty to Self and Others through Clinical Inquiry Professionally resolves or seeks assistance for clinical problems and conflict. Timely collaborates with the healthcare team to report critical information or change in condition. Questions and evaluates practice and evidence through research utilization and experiential learning. Completes annual educational requirements and other specified learning activities on time. Committed to Caring Practices Demonstrates professional caring practices through sensitivity, respect, engagement, and assessing for patient and family satisfaction. Creates a safe and therapeutic atmosphere for patients, co-workers, other departments and customers. Promotes comfort and prevents suffering through presence and attentiveness. Demonstrates timely pain assessment and reassessment. Coaches other members of the team for professional growth and to meet the patient’s needs. Promotes a culture of safety. Advocates for the Patient Works on behalf of others representing the concerns of the patient/family/community, including participation in Multidisciplinary Rounds and hourly rounds. Adheres to quality standards such as National Patient Safety standards and infection prevention. Appropriately teaches patients and families beginning with admission and continuing throughout hospitalization until the last interaction where instructions for home and/or the next provider are accurately provided. Advances the Role of the Professional Nurse through Learning Following Synergy Professional Practice Model maintains and grows competency in response to the needs of patients and the organization as demonstrated by activities such as professional organizational membership or certification. Proficient oral and written skills. Collaborates within the Healthcare Environment Demonstrates and promotes hospital and nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and Core Values. Communicates professionally with other team members and colleagues by following approved methods of communication as applicable (I Care, Scripting, SBAR, Huddles, and Bedside Reporting) Collaborates with patients, families, and the healthcare team to coordinate care for an effective and current plan of care. Contributes to the Healthcare Environment with Systems’ Thinking Adheres to and promotes the regulations that safeguard the care including but not limited to: Basic Life Support (BLS), National Patient Safety Goals, American Nurses Association Code of Ethics, Standards of Care, Safe Patient Handling, and the Joint Commission Guidelines. Attends staff meetings and engages in hospital affairs such as Shared Governance as demonstrated through attendance, input, innovative ideas, and volunteering to serve on unit based or hospital councils. Knowledge and application of the cultural foundations including Professional Practice Model. Demonstrates quality systems thinking through gaining and maintaining knowledge of the quality indicators including the nursing sensitive indicators. Promotes a work environment that is free from harassment and violence. A professional role model within the community when representing the organization. References: ANA Code of Ethics ANA Standards of Professional Nursing Practice Curley, M. (1998). Patient-nurse synergy: Optimizing patients’ outcomes. American Journal of Critical Care, 7(1), 64-72_Required_: · Graduate of an accredited school of nursing /For Registered Nurses hired on or after July 1, 2012: BSN or enrollment in BSN program required within first two years of employment and completion of BSN within five years of employment./ · Registered Nurse License issued by the Department of Health Professions, Commonwealth of Virginia *Licensure / Credentials:* · BLS Certification
Title: RN Needed! Night Shift - Great M/S Unit!
Location: Virginia-Salem VA-Lewis-Gale Medical Center
Requisition ID: 00005-16189