Texas Health

Registered Nurse, Mother/Baby, PRN Days

Job ID
2017-3981
Type
PRN
Category
RN
Regular Work Hours
PRN
US-TX-Rockwall

Overview

Currently seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) with 1-3 years of RN experience in Mother/Baby to work PRN Days in our Mother/Baby Department in Rockwall, Texas, and who will provide service excellence and support the hospital's mission, vision and values through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.

 

                                             ** PRN Days **

Responsibilities

Responsible for providing professional nursing skills in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the nursing care for assigned patients. 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. Demonstrates ability to assess patient and/or significant other's understanding of and compliance with instructions and health care teaching. 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

Requires knowledge of Federal and State regulatory agency standards related to health care organizations. Cognitive and technical knowledge and ability to progressively manage care delivery across the continuum of care is required.  The ability to retrieve, communicate and present data and information both verbally and in writing required. Must be flexible with work scheduling. Involves discretion and independent actions within prescribed limits.

-  Associates Degree required; Bachelors Degree preferred

-  Current Texas RN license required

-  Current American Heart Association BLS/CPR required

-  American Heart Association ACLS certification preferred

-  1-3 years of RN experience in Post Partum is required

 

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