RN Staff and RN Charge Nurse Cardiac/Tele Acute Medical Unit Full-time or Part-time Days, Nights, or Weekends *Up to $20K Sign on Bonus*
Princeton Baptist Med Ctr
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Internal Number: 2105039587
**Up to $20K Sign on Bonus for Qualified Candidates!**
Seeking Staff Registered Nurses and Staff Charge Nurses for Cardiac/Tele Acute Medical Unit (3West) at Princeton Baptist Medical Center. Days, Nights, Weekends available. Full-time or Part-time. Apply today to speak with a recruiter!
Princeton Baptist Medical Center:Located in Birmingham, this hospital is equipped with 505 beds and serves 53,000 people for primary and emergency care. Princeton is accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, and is committed to contributing to the future of health care through its clinical research and medical residency program. Princeton offers fast, life-saving response times for patients with chest pain or stroke symptoms; cardiology, including structural heart and valve care; orthopedics, including rehabilitation; psychiatric care; a comprehensive sleep center; and a Comprehensive Bariatrics Center, providing surgical and non-surgical weight-loss procedures.
Extend the healing ministry of Christ through holistic, people-centered health care.
BROOKWOOD BAPTIST HEALTH VALUES
INTEGRITY - Honoring God in all we do.
SERVICE - Ministering with Respect, Compassion, and Dignity.
QUALITY - Defining the highest standard of care.
TRANSPARENCY - Showing integrity in word and deed.
INNOVATION - Having courageous creativity.
Nonexempt (Hourly â�� Eligible for overtime)
This role provides direct clinical patient care. The role will assume responsibility for assessing, planning, implementing direct clinical care to assigned patients on a per shift basis, and unit level. The role is responsible for supervision of staff to which appropriate care is delegated. The role is accountable to support CNO to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate nursing care, competency of clinical staff, and appropriate resource management related to patient care.
CORE JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND SKILLS
Administers treatment after evaluating the assigned patient.
Assesses and diagnosis patient and family needs to provide quality care to assigned patients.
Assists as a preceptor to new staff and students in the area assigned.
Creates and discusses the plan of care with each patient and family member assigned.
Directs licensed and non-licensed personnel in the provision of care to patients as assigned.
Ensures patient records are up-to-date and accurate documentation is recorded in order to provide quality care.
Identifies the medical issues and provides nursing care for the assigned patient. Reassesses the patient to ensure proper quality of care was delivered.
Other duties as assigned.
Required: Associate's degree in nursing/Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Preferred: Academic degree in nursing (Bachelors or Masters degree)
Additional requirements per unit defined by area of specialty; if applicable please refer to the following table.
American Heart Association PALS and NIH Certification required within first 30 days of hire.
NIHSS within 120 days of hire and / or before the end of department orientation.
American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) within 120 days of hire and then every two years. STABLE (American Academy of Pediatrics) within 180 days of hire and then every two years.
Labor and Delivery RN
American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) within 120 days of hire and then every two years. Within the first year of hire AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Monitoring, After one year of experience Nurse Evaluator designation, Second year of experience AWHONN Advanced Fetal Monitoring. Fetal Monitoring required every two years.
American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) within 120 days of hire and then every two years. IBCLC certified or working toward certification.
Mother Baby RN
American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) within 120 days of hire and then every two years.
Vascular Access/PICC RN
Intravenous (IV) Certification and Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) Certification required within 90 days of hire.
Wound Care RN
Wound, Ostomy or Continence (WOCN), Certified Wound Specialist (CWS) or Wound Care Certified (WCC).
Please note: New hires with expired ACLS cards must complete the ACLS course or present a current ACLS card issued by the American Heart Association within 60 days from hire date.
Attends all mandatory education and training programs (including department specific) and can describe his/her responsibilities related to general safety and regulatory compliance as well as department safety and specific job-related hazards.
Maintains all required CEUs for certifications and licensure.
Follows the hospital exposure control plans/blood borne and airborne pathogens.
Attire is professional, neat, clean, and appropriate for the work environment, according to the BBH Appearance & Hygiene Policy and/or Department Appearance Policy.
Reports to work on time and meets acceptable standard for attendance, based upon the department attendance policy.
KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES
Ability to multi-task
Ability to operate various office machines including printers, computers and various software packages
Ability to problem-solve
Knowledge and clinical competence in nursing care, knowledge and skills
Knowledge and experience in healthcare
Knowledge of sterilization procedures and infection control
SUPERVISORY / BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervision of staff to which appropriate care is delegated
No fiscal responsibility.
Patient contact varies by location and department
Adolescent: 12 years and 1 day - 18 years
Adult: 28 years and 1 day - 60 years
Geriatric: 60 years and 1 day or older
Neonate: Birth - 1 year
Preschool: 3 years and 1 day - 5 years
School: 5 years and 1 day - 12 years
Toddler: 1 year and 1 day - 3 years
Young Adult: 18 years and 1 day - 28 years
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENT
Bend Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Body Fluid Exposure: Yes
Carry/Lift 10-25 lbs. Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Carry/Lift 25-50 lbs. Occasionally, up to 20% of the time
Carry/Lift <10 lbs. Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Crouch/Stoop Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Kneel Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Push/Pull Occasionally, up to 20% of the time
Reach Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Sit Occasionally, up to 20% of the time
Stand Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Twist Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Walk Frequently, from 21% to 50% of the time
Primary Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Facility: Princeton Baptist Med Ctr
Shift Type: Days
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