Job Details

Requisition Number 17-0270
Post Date 2/2/2017
Job Type Full-time
Title RN - Ambulatory
State WA
Description SHIFT: MONDAY - FRIDAY 12PM TO 8:30PM

Position Summary: The Registered Nurse utilizes the knowledge base of nursing education and experience in order to deliver nursing care using the nursing process according to hospital policies, procedures and protocols. The RN responds to life-threatening situations with appropriate nursing interventions. The RN organizes patient care delivery by prioritizing, delegating, delivering and evaluating on an ongoing basis.
Requirements SHIFT: MONDAY - FRIDAY 12PM TO 8:30PM

Position Qualifications:
1. Ability to meet minimum hospital hiring standards.
2. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
3. WA RN
4. BLS
5. ACLS within 3 months
6. PALS within 6 months

Essential Job Functions*:
1. Demonstrates knowledge, delivers and documents goal-directed care adapted to individual patient needs based on the nursing process, which includes assessment, reassessments, planning, implementation, and evaluation recognizing the patient’s age/cultural needs as a relevant factor and applying appropriate critical thinking and decision-making skills following dept. policy & procedure for all patients. Develops, implements, and updates care plans on assigned patients. Initiates, provides, and documents patient/family education relevant to diagnosis and seeks feedback to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching.
2. Contributes to a safe and healthy work environment by removing hazards, keeping unit/work area neat and orderly, and identifying/reporting potential patient/staff safety issues. Participates in organization-wide and department activities to help assure and improve patient comfort, safety, and care. Considers factors related to safety, effectiveness, cost, and impact on practice in the planning and delivery of nursing services. Manages and operates equipment safely and correctly (i.e. insures chargers are plugged in, defective equipment tagged). Maintains accurate and appropriate inventory and supplies (reorders).
3. Demonstrates knowledge of medications and IV fluids and their correct administration based on age of the patient and patient’s clinical condition.
4. Recognizes, reports, documents, and seeks appropriate intervention for signs of symptoms of complication or changes in status. Establishes and adjusts priorities based on patient acuity and changing clinical situations.
5. Maintains compliance with regulatory requirements, including all state, joint commission, and federal regulations in area of practice, including National Patient Safety Goals, Core Measures, and AORN standards.
6. Coordinates and supervises patient care. Delegates appropriately. Addresses the needs of the patient/family in a prompt and caring manner.
7. Documents thoroughly, following regulatory and hospital requirements, assuring timelines, accuracy and completeness. Consistently documents on each patient per policy and department expectations.
8. Accepts personal accountability for own professional development. Assumes the responsibility for clinical competency and professional development. Contributes to the professional development of peers / colleagues and others. Actively seeks knowledge and skills appropriate to the practice setting.
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