Texas Health

Registered Nurse, Wound Care, PRN

Job ID
2017-3682
Type
PRN
Category
RN
Regular Work Hours
PRN
US-TX-Rockwall

Overview

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall, recognized with the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, is the first full-service community hospital in Rockwall. THPHR offers 50 inpatient beds for acute medical and surgical needs, advanced medical technology and comprehensive services focused on quality patient care and safety close to home. Texas Health Rockwall is proud to be recognized as one of “Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare”.

 

Our ICU Department is looking for a Wound Care, Registered Nurse (RN) to work PRN for our facility in Rockwall, Texas. The Wound Care RN will be responsible for providing professional nursing skills in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the nursing care for assigned ostomy patients.

 

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Responsibilities

  • Aids hospital staff and physicians in the care of patients with stomas, draining wounds, fistulae, incontinence or tissue traumas
  • Plans, assesses, updates and promotes enterostomal patient education needs and care 
  • Demonstrates the ability to perform a concise nursing assessment and reassesses and documents the proposed revision of interventions and desired outcomes
  • Responsible to document all nursing care in all assigned patient records 
  • Maintains patient's privacy and confidentiality of information and records at all times
  • Notifies appropriate nursing and medical staff to changes in the patient status
  • Provides direct care to assigned patients

Qualifications

  • Associates Degree in Nursing, Bachelor's preferred
  • Current Texas RN License 
  • Certified Wound Nurse, Certified Wound Specialist, CWOCN
  • ACLS, BLS
  • 3-5 years of experience

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