Registered RN II Full-Time Nights/Evenings – AdventHealth Durand
All the benefits and perks you need for you and your family:
Mission driven organization
Kind and caring staff
Competitive wages and great benefits
Our promise to you:
Joining AdventHealth is about being part of something bigger. It’s about belonging to a community that believes in the wholeness of each person, and serves to uplift others in body, mind and spirit. AdventHealth is a place where you can thrive professionally, and grow spiritually, by Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ. Where you will be valued for who you are and the unique experiences you bring to our purpose-minded team. All while understanding that together we are even better.
Schedule:Full-Time Nights/Evenings, 8 or 12 hour shifts
Feel better. Feel whole. Trust AdventHealth Durand, formerly Chippewa Valley Hospital, in Durand, WI, to help everyone in the community enjoy the best possible care. Our hospital is here to help all our Pepin County neighbors experience a life of whole health.
The role you’ll contribute:
The Registered Nurse (RN) coordinates the efforts of the multidisciplinary care team for the patients within his/her scope of responsibility. The RN provides direct patient care, collaborates with patients, families, peers, physicians and other members of the health care team in the delivery of care to a specific patient population. The RN utilizes the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) in order to maintain and improve patient outcomes.
The RN demonstrates leadership/management skills and a commitment to professional accountability and growth. The RN strives to advance from novice to expert and become an evidence-based scholar in order to provide optimal patient care and advocate on behalf of his/her patients. The RN serves as a role model for the mission, vision and values of Chippewa Valley Hospital. S/he is accountable for working within the parameters of Wisconsin Law, all regulatory standards and established policies, protocols and procedures.
The value you’ll bring to the team:
Demonstrates an understanding of and ability to use the nursing process. Participates in the assessment, planning, intervention & evaluation of physical, emotional, psychosocial, spiritual, & learning needs of the patient & significant other(s).
Responsible for assessment of patient care needs.
Assess each patient’s condition at time of admission.
Completes thorough admission assessment for each patient admitted within 8 hours of admission and completes care plan within 24 hours of admission.
Assess each patient’s condition at start of shift and thereafter as patient’s condition requires and document.
Responsible for planning to meet patient care needs.
Initiates an individual care plan or individualizes standard care plan for patient, reviews and updates this plan of care as needed.
Obtains input for care plan from patient and family.
Individualized teaching plan is reflected in the plan of care.
Initiates discharge plan including the desired goals for each patient.
Prepares patient assignments giving consideration to the needs of the patients.
Calls surgical patients the night before surgery.
Responsible for implementing quality nursing care. Performs direct nursing care & patient treatments in compliance with standards, policies, procedure, & protocols of CVH & regulatory governing agencies.
Performs and documents daily patient care in the EMR.
Provides individualized patient teaching and records patient understanding.
Explains procedures to family and patient before implementation.
Carries out physician’s orders promptly and accurately.
Questions physician when orders need clarification and documents result.
Questions physician’s orders when conflict with hospital policy and/or nursing judgment.
Discusses conflicting orders with attending physician and if necessary thereafter follows chain of command then documents result.
Prepares and administers medications according to established policy and physician orders.
Directly administers care in complex and acute care situations.
Directs the implementation of care of team members according to their skill level.
Identifies and prioritizes nursing actions based on patient condition.
Makes patient rounds with physicians.
Responsible for evaluation of nursing care.
Evaluates and records observations of patient response to medication and other nursing care measures.
Recognizes changes in patient condition and notifies physician as appropriate.
Completes follow-up calls on discharged patients.
Demonstrates a professional attitude.
Provides at all times professional & courteous care.
Maintains strict confidentiality of all hospital and patient related information.
Respects patient privacy at all times.
Respects and supports co-worker, & families, as well as the patient.
Dresses neatly and in accordance with present dress code.
Conducts self in professional manner. Swearing, gossiping, loud conversations, etc. are not tolerated.
Functions as an active member of the health care team.
Utilizes interactive communication with other staff, physicians, & other health care disciplines, to provide & implement a comprehensive & integrated plan of care, including discharge planning.
Answers nurse call system promptly and courteously.
Assists in orientation of new employees as directed.
Assists other staff members in completion of their duties as time and assignments allow.
Assists in keeping med-room and all utility rooms orderly and well stocked.
Demonstrates ability to work with other members of the healthcare team.
Responds to all code blue and emergencies taking charge of activities when appropriate.
Utilizes appropriate chain of command.
Notifies surgery crew and nursing staff of assignments as necessary.
Completes patient registration after business office hours.
Assists in general ward clerk duties including maintaining charts and general clerical duties as assigned. Refer to unit clerk checklist.
Answers and documents ambulance calls.
Uses present paging system effectively.
Assists in monthly crash-cart checks.
Contributes to a safe patient environment.
Knows and observes departmental and hospital safety, fire, and disaster policies and procedures.
Reports and documents incidents involving patients, staff, and visitors.
Assist in keeping patients' rooms orderly and hazard free.
Demonstrates proper technique when transferring and repositioning patients.
Insures nurse call bell is within patient reach at all times.
Reports broken and non-functional equipment to appropriate persons.
Is aware of and promotes the Fall Prevention Program.
Recognizes job relationships and is willing to function effectively within organizational structure.
Performs in whichever capacity patient census, condition, or present staffing level necessitates. Performs the duties of those supervised in daily functions, as needed.
Recognizes legal responsibilities and functions within these limitations as specified by state law and hospital policy.
Performs daily duties utilizing the AHS SHARE principles.
Responsible for professional growth.
Attends staff meetings, (at least half of them within past year) and inservices to maintain a current knowledge of nursing practice.
Demonstrates willingness to conform to new standards.
Offers feasible suggestions to problems.
Participates in Quality Improvement teams/projects when asked.
Renews BLS / ACLS certifications as required.
Demonstrates a desire to continually improve the service provided to patients.
Uses the available on-line lessons for education.
The expertise and experiences you’ll need to succeed:
Wisconsin Registered Nurse License
BCLS obtained through the American Heart Association
Associate’s Degree in Nursing – Diploma Nurse or Bachelor’s Degree Nurse
At AdventHealth, Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ is our mission. It calls us to be His hands and feet in helping people feel whole. Our story is one of hope — one that strives to heal and restore the body, mind and spirit. Our more than 80,000 skilled and compassionate caregivers in hospitals, physician practices, outpatient clinics, urgent care centers, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies and hospice centers are committed to providing individualized, wholistic care.