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Start the day excited to make a difference...end the day knowing you did. Come join our team.
Looking for a unit where your opinions are valued? Then you've come to the right place. In this 30 bed, Medical Unit you'll find that your opinions regarding teamwork and flexible scheduling are listened to and acted upon. Working with patients and their families along with Case Managers, PT/OT, Physicians, CNAs, Psychiatric Services, Security, Food and Nutrition, Biomed and EVS, you'll find inpatient Medical and geriatric patients seeking treatment for a wide range of medical issues, including: Renal/Respiratory needs Pneumonia COPD Neuro Palliative/Hospice Withdrawal/ Overdose Diabetes Liver failure Encephalopathy Cellulitis DVT And much more!
The Level II Competent Registered Nurse is clinically able to care for patients. The Level II MWHC nurse demonstrates the ability to collaborate with the healthcare team to improve the quality of care in the designated clinical area by incorporating research and implementing evidenced-based knowledge into practice. The Level II Competent Registered Nurse assumes the accountability and responsibility as a professional nurse for providing total, comprehensive, continuous, and patient-centered care for an assigned group of patients. The RN is responsible for the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosing, planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Practice Standards for a Level II Registered Nurse:
In the MWHC Practice Standards, a Level II Registered Nurse is outlined in the following areas of:
Exemplary Professional Practice Standards
Structural Empowerment Practice Standards
Transformational Leadership Practice Standards
New Knowledge, Innovations, and Improvement Practice Standards
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
Direct and coordinate nursing care, including oversight of licensed and unlicensed personnel in any assigned or delegated tasks using the nursing process and interdisciplinary teamwork to achieve desired patient outcomes.
Coordinate involvement of the patient, family and health team members in patient care, including patient/family teaching and discharge planning.
Communicate and coordinate the plan of care and other pertinent information to/from other health care team members.
Assist Leadership to define standards of excellence for patient care; participate in improvement of patient care services.
Participate in, contribute to and integrate performance improvement into care delivery and participate in quality improvement activities.
Participate in orientation of new permanent and temporary staff members.
Act as point of contact on hospital and departmental policies and procedures to nurses and other health team members.
Participate in daily operational activities necessary for safe patient/staff environment.
Provide input to the Nurse Manager regarding unit needs.
Participate in unit, departmental and hospital committees for formulation of nursing and hospital policies and procedures.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Graduate of an accredited nursing program
Must have a minimum of two (2) years of experience as a Registered Nurse
Valid RN License from Virginia or reciprocal compact state required.
BSN is preferred; all Registered Nurses with an Associate's Degree in Nursing will be required to obtain their BSN within five years of hire. (Effective March 2014)
AHA BLS Provider CPR required at hire
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and veteran or disability status.
A Not-for-Profit Regional Healthcare System Dedicated to Excellence. From our humble beginnings in Fredericksburg, Virginia as an eight-room hospital to our modern not-for-profit regional system, Mary Washington Healthcare has seen enormous growth and development in the past 100 years. Today, we are made up of two hospitals and 28 healthcare facilities and wellness services. Community leaders volunteer on our Board of Trustees in order to guide the continued growth and direction of our health care system.