Mercy Medical Center Clinton RN, MG2 Telemetry, Pool Tier III 7p-7:30a in Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Department:

2101_1041 Mg2 Telemetry

Expected Weekly Hours:

0.4

Shift:

12 Hour Night Shift

Position Purpose:

The primary objective of this position is to provide quality of care. Responsible for the direct and/or indirect care of patients assigned utilizing professional nursing skills and knowledge.

Job Description Details:

Required: BSN, PA RN License, AHA BLS

Tier III Requirements: 96 hour minimum commitment per 4 week schedule, 3 weekend shifts per 4 week schedule, 1 Winter Holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's), 1 Spring/Summer Holiday (Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day)

  • Assesses learning needs, readiness to learn and identify actual or potential barriers to learning and thereby incorporating the patient's education into daily activities based on age, cultural and spiritual values.

  • Documents admission assessment / reassessment, plan, interventions and medication use and monitors its effects and outcomes according to policy.

  • Utilizes the information management system to enhance communication and documents change in-patients condition to all appropriate individuals. Prioritizes work assignment based on changing situations.

  • Communicates transfer of patient responsibility and pertinent information at the bedside and during Interprofressional Rounds

  • Recognizes and integrates patient special needs and individualizes care and knowledgeable in abuse recognition and referral

  • Includes pain management and supportive care issues in the plan of care.

  • Adheres to infection control standards specific to patient care and by promotes and maintains a safe, clean and orderly environment.

  • Assumes accountability for managing the delivery of patient care and acts as a patient advocate and uphold patient’s rights.

  • Responds effectively in an emergency situation so that the patient’s immediate needs are addressed.

  • Consults and refers to other Health Care professionals including ethical concerns to appropriate resources.

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Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences and health practices of the communities we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive outcomes. We recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world, and that our differences not only serve to unite us, but also lead to innovative solutions.