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RN,IMCU, 36 HRS, D/N St. Joseph

Company Name:
Mercy Health
Who May Apply
Anyone may apply
Qualifications - Minimum
The RN works with his/her team partner(s), using the nursing process to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate direct patient care. The RN serves as a clinical expert and assumes a leadership role on the Patient Care Team. As leader of the team, the RN is responsible for integrating care delivery among team members and directing the team toward the common goal of improved patient outcomes and customer satisfaction.
The RN performs a variety of basic age-specific duties in providing comprehensive patient care. All clinical care is done under the direction of the RN who determines appropriate tasks for delegation. Members of the Patient Care Team are responsible for making observations as directed by the RN and reporting deviations to the RN.
QUALIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION :
Graduate from accredited School of Nursing.
Current RN license in State of Ohio.
EXPERIENCE:
Entry position. Orientation program is provided.
Computer literacy.
Basic CPR
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Has broad, fairly detailed level of knowledge of a specific area.
Gathers, organizes, verifies, composes, and/or analyzes data in the completion of several defined, multi-step procedures.
Produces final output within established standards.
May operate complicated equipment/machinery.
Problem Solving/Decision Making:
Makes decisions based on an analysis of facts and general principles.
Requires judgement in selection of alternative courses of action.
Requires risk-taking, judgment, and creativity to identify and analyze problems.
Scope of Impact/Accountability:
Impact is generally focused on immediate work area. May also affect closely related activities in other work units or teams on a temporary basis.
Provides information regularly to decision making process.
Interpersonal Communication:
Frequently advises others on difficult and sensitive issues.
Requires staff management and delegation skills.
Requuires understanding others and expectations/perspectives to collaborate and reach consensus on solutions
PRINCIPAL JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Applies the nursing process in providing patient care.
1. Performs comprehensive physical/psychosocial assessment/evaluation of patients/family/ significant other.
2. Assesses data and interprets the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs.
3. Develops and implements patient care plans.
4. Evaluates and revises care plans in consultation with physicians and multidisciplinary team
members to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
1. Assesses patient's responses and reports adverse reactions and or other pertinent information to healthcare team and physician.
2. Makes frequent and purposeful rounds to monitor patient responses, changes in condition and
patient needs.
g. Intervenes as appropriate.
2. Prioritizes, plans, implements and evaluates direct patient care including physical, psychosocial
and age-specific care of the patient/family.
1. Demonstrates competency in providing age appropriate care to defined patient population based on
unit/area's scope of service.
4. Directs and delegates patient care activities to appropriate skill level of staff.
5. Coordinates appropriate aspects of plan of care including discharge planning and case management.
1. Attends and participates in team meetings.
2. Attends discharging planning meetings.
C Utilizes clinical path in coordinating patient care.
6. Develops, implements and evaluates teaching plans/protocols for patient/family/significant other.
a. Assesses readiness to learn.
b. Uses teaching tools to implement and support teaching plan.
1. Evaluates and revises teaching plan based on patient/family needs.
7. Performs medical/surgical treatments accurately and according to procedures.
a. Administers medications and IV therapy.
b. Prepares IV admixtures.
c. Performs ECG and phlebotomy as appropriate.
d. Initiate emergency procedures when necessary.
e. Adheres to policies and procedures regarding infection control.
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# 8. Transcribes and implements physician orders accurately.
# 9. Documents patient information utilizing guidelines for charting by standards.
# 10. Anticipates patient/family needs and responds in a timely manner to requests.
11. Communicates effectively with healthcare team, ancillary services and community agencies to
coordinate delivery of patient care.
a. Utilizes telephone courtesy.
# b. Initates and follows through with appropriate nursing actions.
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12. Provides friendly assistance to patients, families and visitors.
a. Functions as a patient advocate.
# as a liaison and support person to the patient/family.
13. Demonstrates professional accountability, growth and development.
a. Attends inservices and continuing education programs as evidenced by documentation.
b. Maintains professional credentials and state licensure.
c. Serves on unit/hospital committees.
d. Participates in Performance Improvement activities.
e. Contributes to the quality of patient care by following unit, organizational and professional
standards.
f. Participates in orientation and development of students and new employees.
g. Has knowledge of community agencies, nursing homes, government/state regulations and
hospital policies and procedures.
# 14. Demonstrates organizational and critical thinking skills in management of patients.
# 15. Demonstrates appropriate interpersonal skills with patients, families and healthcare teams.
# 16. Directs the clinical care of patient under assigned care.
# 17. Performs computer order entry functions.
# 18. Follows protocol and provides appropriate care to patients in seclusion/restraints.
# 19. Works overtime as needed
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# JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES - Other:
1. Assumes additional responsibilities and other duties as indicated.
_The above statements are only meant to be a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those stated in this description._
WORKING CONDITIONS:
CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
Physical Demands
FACILITY: Humility of Mary Health Partners
JOB TITLE: Direct Patient Care Staff
# PHYSICAL DEMAND
OCCASIONAL
1-33%
workday
FREQUENT
34-66% workday
CONSTANT
67-100% workday
NOT AT ALL
0%
workday
Sitting
X
Standing
X
Walking: 2.3 mph, 0 incline
X
Unilateral Horizontal Reach 0-18"
X
Unilateral Vertical Reach 36-72"
X
Bilateral Carry 30', 27#
X
Push/Pull 100', 19ft. lbs.
X
Hold 200# patient sidelying while doing procedure x 2 min.
X
Roll 200# patient away/toward self
X
Transfer 105# person chair-chair 5x/hr. with gait belt
X
Bed-cart transfer with 200# person and assist of one with sheet
X
More 200# person up in bed with assist of one and sheet
X
Lift 0-30# 6"-36" from floor
X
Lift 0-50# 6"-36" from floor
X
Lift 0-20# 36"-48" from floor
X
Lift 0-20# 6"-72" from floor
X
Bilateral fine motor manipulation
X
Climbing stairs
X
Functional near, far, color vision aided or unaided
X
Functional hearing aid or unaided
X
Functional verbal communication skills
X
Climbing ladders
X
Working from heights
X
Crawling
X
Kneeling
X
Running
X
Operating machines: (2hand(s))
X
Operating machines: (2foot/feet)
X
Overtime:
X
Other:
Other:
Equal Employment Opportunity
It is our policy to abide by all Federal and State laws prohibiting employment discrimination solely on the basis of a person's race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, sex, marital status, citizenship, application for worker's compensation, or disability, except where a reasonable, bona fide occupational qualification exists.
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Job ID: 4612128
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Location: St Joseph Health Center - Warren, OH
Job Title: RN,IMCU, 36 HRS, D/N St. Joseph

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