Work Schedule: Nights/ 7pm-7am, Every other weekend and holiday rotation
Work Type: Part-Time working 36 hours per week with Full-time benefits eligibility
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Summary: The Staff RN assists patients to move rapidly, uneventfully, safely, and as effectively as possible through their episode of care. The Staff RN prescribes delegates, supervises and provides patient care, plans for education, collaborates on plan for discharge and provides for patient safety and quality. Demonstrates competencies defined (*) in the Staff RN responsibilities in providing age-appropriate care to patients from the age of birth through 21 years, and select adult patients.
Responsibilities: *1. Uses nursing process, evidence based practice and unit specific competencies to: a. Complete the admission assessment. b. Document a plan of care including patient outcome parameters and nursing orders. c. Delegate patient care. d. Evaluate patient care and patient’s response/progress. e. Reassess patients and revise plan of care as appropriate. f. Supervise patient care. g. Plan discharge. h. Plan, provide, delegate, and evaluate patient/family education. i. Collaborate effectively with all health care disciplines to facilitate patient outcomes. * 2. Communicates patient care needs/expectations/priorities to assigned Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), Patient Care Assistants (PCAs), unit coordinators, and allied health personnel. * 3. Effectively relates and interacts with patient, families, and health care team. *4. Effectively manages patient care through one or more of the following: a. Prescribing, delegating and coordinating care for patients. b. Care conferences c. Clinical rounds d. Charge nurse responsibilities
Other coordination activities f. Organizing and prioritizing care g. Managing prescribed physician orders. 5. Maintains professional standards by setting professional goals and participating in activities to meet goals.
Adheres to unit/department budgetary standards. a. Performs daily staffing, scheduling within budget parameters. 7. Participates in unit maintenance activities: a. Pyxis and charge data collection. b. Infection control activities c. Point –of-care testing d. e-Chart education e. Safety and Quality activities 8. Participates in Patient Care Services and Hospital activities in one or more of the following: a. Policy/procedure review and revision. b. Helping Hand review and revision. c. Committee attendance and participation
Patient/family advocacy. e. Shared governance. 9. Participates in educational activities in one or more of the following: a. Peer review b. Serves as a preceptor/clinical resource c. Orientation and continuing education d. Clinical competency assessment e. Planning and presenting classes. 10. Accepts and supports change in a positive manner. 11. Participates in research, patient safety and quality improvement activities. 12. Practices professional nursing in accordance with the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses.
Other information: KNOWLEDGE , SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED Licensure: Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Ohio. 2. Current CPR certification. Must be willing to obtain and maintain NRP and PALS certification as determined by your manager. 3. BSN; Associate degree with commitment to obtain BSN within 5 years of hire. 4. PALS: within one year of hire for PACU RNs MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Typing on computer Constantly (67-100%) Using phone Frequently (34-66%) Sitting Frequently (34-66%) Standing Occasionally (0-33%) Lifting Occasionally (0-33%) Walking Frequently (34-66%) Must be able to independently lift up to 35 lbs. Must be able to move or reposition patients of any weight or size with the assistance of another person(s) and/or equipment. The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.
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About Nationwide Children's Hospital
At Nationwide Children’s, we recognize that our work is far too important for us not to be the very best at it. And we’re nationally recognized for doing so.
We have been ranked again in the U.S.News & World Report’s “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals,” and number 4 in pediatric cancer. We were the first freestanding pediatric hospital in Ohio to achieve ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® status, designating us as a hospital that provides world-class patient care and innovation in nursing practice. The Research Institute is ranked in the top 10 for National Institutes of Health funding among free-standing children's hospitals.
To ensure we keep with our mission, we are setting a path for our future. We partner with the Department of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine to train the next generation of pediatricians, pediatric specialists and scientists.
We are The Children's Hospital, seeing more than 1 million patients annually. We are one of the country’s largest not-for-profit freestanding pediatric health care networks. Our nearly 12,000 hospital staff and 1,000 medical staff have been providing the best possible care since 1892.
And we got here by re...membering one thing:
When your child needs a hospital, everything matters.
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