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Completes assessments as established by scope of practice and unit standards. Addresses physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual needs of patient and family throughout the continuum of care. Formulates, coordinates, and provides plan of care as established in unit standards including, patient and family education, family needs and discharge planning throughout hospitalization with members of the interdisciplinary team. Provides direct patient care including, treatments, medications, and diagnostic studies according to policy and procedure. Evaluates effectiveness of nursing interventions and revises plan of care based upon patient response to interventions. Initiates collaboration with physicians, ancillary personnel, and other interdisciplinary team members and acts to proactively resolve and facilitate patient needs. Problem solves, troubleshoots and takes corrective measures in the care and handling of equipment. Participates in unit-based decision-making regarding the utilization of evidence- based practice. Actively participates as a team member working toward team goals of the unit and organization and is accountable for unit and system specific metrics. Actively participates in patient quality and safety education programs and other activities designed to improve departmental and organizational quality and safety. Work is typically performed in a clinical environment. Accountable for satisfying all job specific obligations and complying with all organization policies and procedures. The specific statements in this profile are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job. Additional competencies and skills outlined in any department-specific orientation will be considered essential to the performance of the job related to that position.
Bush Pavillion 7 is a 26-bed Medical/Surgical Remote Telemetry and organ transplant unit that offers a challenging and professionally rewarding work environment. We over a diverse adult patient population on a variety of different services such as Transplant, General Surgery, ENT, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Gynecology and a host of different diagnoses on our Hospitalist Medicine services. BP7 nurses also provide peritoneal dialysis (PD) exchanges and support PD patients throughout the hospital.
Our current patient care delivery model is a modified primary nursing model delivered by a dedicated nursing staff consisting of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Nursing Assistants. The BP7 nursing team is also supported by an experienced staff of Unit Desk Clerks, Care Manager, Social Worker and a Pharmacist located on the unit. The nurse: patient ratio is 1:4 on day and evening shift and 1:5/6 on night shift. Staffing and patient assignments are reevaluated every 4 hours dependent on patient census and patient acuity.
BP7's leadership team is comprised of an Operations Manager, two Team Coordinators, Three Career Enhancement Program RNs, and a Clinical Nurse Educator. The members of BP7 nursing leadership team are dedicated to providing an environment of mutual respect and staff cohesiveness in providing quality and safe patient care.
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