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Location: Lewes, Delaware
Internal Number: 7250
Summary:This position is responsible for the direct and indirect nursing care of the unit patient. This position requires knowledge of departmental and hospital policies relevant to the delivery of nursing care. Interpretive skills, frequent interactive and consultive associations are inherent in this position.
1 to 2 years critical care nursing experience preferred or 2 years nursing experience on a step down or intermediate care unit.
RN, Graduate of a School of Nursing.
Bachelors degree preferred.
Ability to perform CPR. Current ACLS and BLS certification.
CSU- ALS Certification -strongly recommended
Responsibilities:Facilitates, implements, and evaluates the Patient Plan of Care and outcomes. Collaborates with the health care team to promote positive patient outcomes. Is seen as a patient advocate. Timely implementation of nursing interventions. Technical Skills: demonstrates appropriate clinical skills and technical competence in providing patient care. Critical Thinking: demonstrates appropriate clinical judgment. Assesses, analyzes and communicates patient information in a timely manner. Documentation: Accurately and promptly documents all patient assessments, interventions , responses and provider communication. Assess patient safety risk factors and identifies those patients requiring specific safety interventions including skin integrity, fall risk & appropriate use of restraints. Followsmedication safety policy.Promptly initiates appropriate interventions for safetyneeds. Completes SafetyTracking Tools as required. Delegation and supervision: supervises assigned staff, delegates appropriately, takes responsibility for all care provided to patients assigned. Reports all performance issues of team members to ensure all patients receive appropriate care and attention. Educational needs of patient: Assesses educational needs of patient and family, provides appropriate written and verbal instructions.Documents assessment and education provided. Provider orders: Performsongoing review, initiation and implementation of patient orders in a timely manner every shift. Prioritization: prioritizes responsibilities and issues, taking into account urgency, patient needs, and seeks appropriate resources. Problem solves independently. Multitasks efficiently and demonstrates effective time management skills. Professional Accountability: Independently seeks out other clinical experiences to enhance knowledge base.
Actively assists others and accepts additional duties or assignments. Timely completion of assigned education and annual competencies.Actively engaged in unit basedcouncils and performance improvement. Recognizes unit needs and works to help facilitate solutions.
Credentials:Essential:* ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support* BLS - Basic Life Saving certification* NIH - Stroke Certification
Competencies and skills:Essential:* Clear Communication Skills Both Written And Verbal* Knowledge Of Basic Computer Programs * Able To Keep Confidential Information Regarding Patients, Team Members* Able To Withstand Crisis Situations* Has Skills To Provides Customer Service To Patients, Team Members And Visitors
Education:Essential:* RN Diploma/RN Graduate Program
Location: Hospital-Main Campus
Shift : 12 hour
Work Status: Full Time
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