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CRN ICU - Rapid City Hospital

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Monument Health

Georgetown, TX, US

25 days ago
full-time
bachelors degree

Job highlights

Qualification

Education - Completion of a nursing education program that is approved by a board of nursing. Certifications - Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification - American Heart Association (AHA); Registered Nurse (RN) - South Dakota Board of Nursing. Experience - 3+ years of Clinical Experience. Education - Bachelors degree in Nursing. Very Heavy work - exerting over 25 pounds of force constantly (67-100% of the time), and/or more than 50 pounds frequently (34-66% of the time), and/or more than 100 pounds of force occassionally (up to 33% of the time), and/or more than 100 pounds of force seldomly to move objects. Possible exposure to radiation and frequent exposure to contaminated needles and infectious body substances

Responsibility

The Clinical Resource Nurse must possess the crucial knowledge and expertise to function as a nursing resource for various departments and age types of patients under their care. Effective communication skills between medical staff, nursing staff, patients, families, and other departments are critical. Moreover, the Clinical Resource Nurse must strongly advocate for the principles of Patient and Family-Centered Care and be proficient in critical thinking to distinguish priority patient cases when necessary. Furthermore, providing top-notch customer service is incredibly vital for the Clinical Resource Nurse to ensure optimal patient outcomes. Provides guidance and support needed to meet patient care goals while building a positive work environment. Takes a leadership role in raising awareness about Patient and Family-Centered Care. Accommodates Hospital Coordinators and Physicians by aiding with the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients. Establishes nursing care for patients within the nursing process framework, comprising gathering relevant data and other information, identifying nursing diagnoses, needs, and issues, applying appropriate interventions based on nursing policies, standards, established protocols, or RN professional judgment, assessment of patient responses to interventions, and alteration of the care plan as needed. Works with the physician and healthcare team to coordinate post-hospital care requirements. Demonstrates adeptness and professionalism when handling unanticipated situations and emergencies. Remains watchful of potential problems and promptly contacts the appropriate individuals. Through directing and providing guidance to the healthcare team, the nursing care manager plays a key role in managing the delivery of nursing care services utilizing the nursing process and achieving positive patient outcomes. Provides education and training to nursing staff to ensure that they are knowledgeable and skilled in all aspects of patient care. Manages staffing levels effectively while maintaining productivity objectives and remaining within financial constraints. Adjusts workload distribution based on acuity to ensure patient safety and satisfaction. Delegates responsibilities competently and justly. Critical thinking is essential in ensuring effective coordination of medical and nursing interventions. The application of this cognitive skill allows healthcare providers to create care plans that support optimal clinical outcomes. Carries out regular rounds with patients and their families, ensuring their welfare and providing prompt solutions to their complaints. All other duties as assigned

Benefits

  • Starting Pay Rate Range
  • $34.20 - $42.75
  • Qualifying employees at Monument Health receive a package of benefits that includes competitive wages and a range of benefits such as health insurance and savings plans
  • Supportive work culture
  • Medical, Vision and Dental Coverage
  • Retirement Plans, Health Savings Account, and Flexible Spending Account
  • Instant pay is available for qualifying positions
  • Paid Time Off Accrual Bank
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Tuition assistance/reimbursement
  • Excellent pay differentials on qualifying positions (extra pay for working evening, nights or weekends)
  • Retirement Savings
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Coverage
  • Paid Time Off

Job Description

Description

Current Employees: Current staff members are encouraged to submit their applications for open job positions via the internal career site. It's as simple as logging in to your Workday Account and clicking the Career option on your homepage. Starting Pay Rate Range $34.20 - $42.75 (Determined by the knowledge, skills, and experience of the applicant.) Job Summary The Clinical Resource Nurse must possess the crucial knowledge and expertise to function as a nursing resource for various departments and age types of patients under their care. Effective communication skills between medical staff, nursing staff, patients, families, and other departments are critical. Moreover, the Clinical Resource Nurse must strongly advocate for the principles of Patient and Family-Centered Care and be proficient in critical thinking to distinguish priority patient cases when necessary. Furthermore, providing top-notch customer service is incredibly vital for the Clinical Resource Nurse to ensure optimal patient outcomes. Qualifying employees at Monument Health receive a package of benefits that includes competitive wages and a range of benefits such as health insurance and savings plans. This offering is intended to motivate employees to perform at their best and contribute to the company's success: • Supportive work culture • Medical, Vision and Dental Coverage • Retirement Plans, Health Savings Account, and Flexible Spending Account • Instant pay is available for qualifying positions • Paid Time Off Accrual Bank • Opportunities for growth and advancement • Tuition assistance/reimbursement • Excellent pay differentials on qualifying positions (extra pay for working evening, nights or weekends) • Flexible scheduling Job Description Essential Functions: • Provides guidance and support needed to meet patient care goals while building a positive work environment. • Takes a leadership role in raising awareness about Patient and Family-Centered Care. • Accommodates Hospital Coordinators and Physicians by aiding with the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients. • Establishes nursing care for patients within the nursing process framework, comprising gathering relevant data and other information, identifying nursing diagnoses, needs, and issues, applying appropriate interventions based on nursing policies, standards, established protocols, or RN professional judgment, assessment of patient responses to interventions, and alteration of the care plan as needed. Works with the physician and healthcare team to coordinate post-hospital care requirements. • Demonstrates adeptness and professionalism when handling unanticipated situations and emergencies. Remains watchful of potential problems and promptly contacts the appropriate individuals. • Through directing and providing guidance to the healthcare team, the nursing care manager plays a key role in managing the delivery of nursing care services utilizing the nursing process and achieving positive patient outcomes. • Provides education and training to nursing staff to ensure that they are knowledgeable and skilled in all aspects of patient care. • Manages staffing levels effectively while maintaining productivity objectives and remaining within financial constraints. Adjusts workload distribution based on acuity to ensure patient safety and satisfaction. Delegates responsibilities competently and justly. • Critical thinking is essential in ensuring effective coordination of medical and nursing interventions. The application of this cognitive skill allows healthcare providers to create care plans that support optimal clinical outcomes. • Carries out regular rounds with patients and their families, ensuring their welfare and providing prompt solutions to their complaints. • All other duties as assigned. Additional Requirements Required: Education - Completion of a nursing education program that is approved by a board of nursing Certifications - Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification - American Heart Association (AHA); Registered Nurse (RN) - South Dakota Board of Nursing Preferred: Experience - 3+ years of Clinical Experience Education - Bachelors degree in Nursing Physical Requirements: Very Heavy work - exerting over 25 pounds of force constantly (67-100% of the time), and/or more than 50 pounds frequently (34-66% of the time), and/or more than 100 pounds of force occassionally (up to 33% of the time), and/or more than 100 pounds of force seldomly to move objects. Possible exposure to radiation and frequent exposure to contaminated needles and infectious body substances. Requires the ability to work designated shift lengths (including 8 and 12 hours), which may include night shifts or occasional irregular hours. Job Category Nursing Job Family Acute Nursing Department RCH Intensive Care-Nursing Scheduled Weekly Hours 36 Shift Employee Type Regular 10 Monument Health Rapid City Hospital, Inc. Make a difference. Every day. Monument Health is a place where diversity is celebrated, and where every employee is recognized for their unique talents and contributions.