Floyd Medical Center
Floyd Medical Center, Turner McCall Boulevard, Rome, GA, United States
Job Description The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for implementing the nursing process based on knowledge and experience in providing care for patients. The functions of a Registered Nurse are to collect patient health data, analyze the data, identify expected outcomes individualized to the patient, develop a plan of care that prescribes interventions to attain the expected outcomes, implement the interventions identified in the plan of care, and evaluate the patient's progress toward attainment of the outcomes, especially as related to discharge planning and education. This individual effectively interacts with the family and other interdisciplinary team members to maximize efforts and resources needed to ensure quality patient care based on established clinical nursing practice standards. He/she works cooperatively with the medical staff and other hospital personnel who support the plan of care for addressing the multicultural and age appropriate care of adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. The Registered Nurse addresses the patient/family biological, emotional, developmental, psychosocial and educational needs while serving as a clinical resource to physicians, other personnel and management. This individual supports the organizational vision and mission. A professional nurse is able to independently perform job functions, contribute to the provision of quality nursing care through performance improvement activities, and is responsible for self-development.
Applicants for this position will be considered up to 60 days. After 60 days applicants will need to reapply.
Requirements Qualifications: A. Education 1. Graduate of an accredited School of Registered Professional Nurses B. Licensure 1. Current registration to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Georgia 2. BCLS certification required annually Location Floyd Medical Center - Main Campus Department Position Type PRN (as needed)
Anne Arundel Medical Center
Annapolis, MD, United States
Staff Nurse – Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Contributes to the provision of high-quality, cost-effective healthcare as a provider of direct and indirect patient care and by effective of the health care team. Functions as a competent member of the health care team.
Clinical Decision Making/Judgment
Demonstrates clinical nursing knowledge and skill in the specialization of the unit.
Demonstrates the ability to apply the nursing process effectively in the care of culturally diverse patients and families. Demonstrates the ability to utilize all applicable laws, policies, standards, guidelines and evidence-based practice in the provision of patient/family care.
Organizes and reprioritizes patient care activities based on subtle and overt and/or environmental changes.
Consistently and thoroughly assesses patients to collect data and identify learning needs according to established standards and policies.
Utilizes a systematic, continuous and complete analysis of assessment data to develop individualized problem lists for assigned patients.
Develops and individualizes a plan of care for each patient in accordance with established standards, appropriate prioritization of problems/needs, and mutually agreed upon goals.
Efficiently implements the patient's plan of care in accordance with applicable standards, policies, procedures and guidelines.
Demonstrates proficiency in medication administration, pain management and other unit or initiative specific skills.
Continuously evaluates the effectiveness of the plan(s) of care, making revisions and recommendations based on analysis of patient responses to interventions.
Nurse-Patient Family Relationships
Demonstrates the ability to assess the patient's/family's learning needs, readiness to learn, learning style, and presence of barriers to learning.
Demonstrates the ability to develop, implement and evaluate teaching plans for patient populations in unit specialty in accordance with applicable standards.
Demonstrates the ability to apply knowledge of growth and development across the life span to the care of patients.
Provides direct patient care to patients and families in a culturally, developmentally and ethically appropriate manner.
Plans of care address the physical, psychosocial, spiritual and learning needs of the patient/family.
Participates in QI, CPI and risk management activities at the unit, department or organizational level.
Demonstrates the ability to effectively perform and improve all processes in order to achieve excellence with regard to AAMC 's quality standards and benchmarks.
Supports the use of evidence based guidelines and organizational policies and procedures to promote safe patient care and a safe practice environment.
Participates in unit shared governance according to departmental standards.
Participates in the education and orientation of new staff.
Delegates patient care activities as appropriate; evaluates delegated activities for expected patient care outcomes.
Employs real time computer documentation when completing patient record.
Required Minimum Experience/Qualifications : Current licensure as a registered nurse by the Maryland Board of Nursing. Adherence to the credentialing requirements of AAMC as stated in the nursing bylaws.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
If serving as a bilingual/multilingual interpreter, certification in Medical Interpretation is required to perform the duties of a qualified interpreter.
Very heavy work: Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Preferred – Bachelors Nursing
Required – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Required – Registered Nurse
Westchester Medical Center
Suffern, NY, United States
GOOD SAMARITAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
The Case Manager (RN) is responsible for implementing and supervising the day-to-day operations of the Case Management programs at Bon Secours Charity Health System. This position manages activities necessary to ensure appropriate utilization of the Hospital and its resources while maintaining optimal standards of patient care.
· Oversees the patient assessment process within the Case Management department to identify pertinent/potential patient problems.
· Addresses needs of the patients through direct interaction with the staff, physicians, patient's, and families including screening/reviewing of the patient's medical records.
· Determines appropriateness of admission and severity of illness compared to pre-established criteria standards utilized by all third party payors.
· Monitors the collaboration with multidisciplinary care management team regarding the individualization of the patient care plan in order to promote efficient use of hospital resources, facilitate timely discharges, and promote quality care.
· Oversees the collection of clinical data, based on predetermined quality and outcome indicators developed by the medical staff, case management director and administration.
· Provides orientation/mentoring to staff, completes scheduling, and evaluations within the Case Management department.
· Performs other related duties for the Case Management department.
QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:
Experience: Minimum of three year's hospital case management experience
Education: A Bachelor's of Science in Nursing, preferred
Licenses / Certifications: Current licensure in the State of New York as a Registered Nurse
· Understanding of Medicare/Medicaid criteria and insurance regulations and reimbursement.
Ucla Medical Center
Westwood, Los Angeles, CA, United States
ANII Assistant Nurse Manager Pediatrics/Hem-Onc
May function under general supervision of the Manager or may function independently when in charge of the specialty area, Pediatrics- Hematology/Oncology 3F. Management responsibilities include the continued development and utilization of knowledge and skills for the management of the patient care unit and nursing personnel for the delivery of patient care. Clinical responsibilities include direct and continuous response for patient care as delegated. Leadership responsibilities provide leadership and direction; functioning as a resource person, working with others to achieve goals of patient care unit. Direction of the education and teaching efforts at the unit level as directed by the Manager
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, BSN or MSN required and current RN license for the state of California. Knowledge of principles and practices of patient care in the Pediatrics, Hematology/Oncology. Develop principles of sound fiscal management. Ability to lead. Make sound clinical judgments related to patient care and to personnel administering that care. Ability to counsel and teach competent in speaking English clearly. 3 years or greater of Pediatric Inpatient Hematology/Oncology experienced required Charge Nurse and Preceptorship experience preferred Pediatric Chemo certification required.