REGISTERED NURSE (RN) - RESIDENT - SPECIAL CARE NURSERY
Company: Southern Illinois Healthcare
Location: East Saint Louis
Posted on: November 23, 2021
Your Career. Our Company. Together, We Grow.
At Southern Illinois Healthcare (SIH), we realize that in order to
provide our surrounding communities with excellent care, we must
begin by providing our employees with that same care and
appreciation. We offer rich opportunities to develop and grow
professionally, an environment of excellence in patient care, and
the awareness that everything we accomplish is a direct outgrowth
of the superb efforts and dedication of our employees.
As a non-profit system of almost 4000 employees in Carbondale, IL,
we have won national acclaim for our cancer, cardiac, stroke,
bariatric, breast imaging, and rehabilitation services.
The Nurse Resident for the Special Care Nursery is responsible for
providing direct and indirect nursing care.
NEw RN $28.50, New BSN $29.50. More for nights. This is a night
Responsibilities Assess patients to determine mental, physical, and
Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates an individual plan of
care in collaboration with the multidisciplinary health care
Provides explanations and instructions to patient/responsible
person.Demonstrate ability to use nursing clinical judgment to
recognize and report changes in patient condition.
Contribute to a healthy workplace environment by managing conflict
using professional communication skills.
Meets Core Measure responsibilities related to patient care.
Participate in continuing education.
Maintain complete and accurate medical records.
Qualifications Associate, Diploma, Bachelor Degree or Master's in
IL RN license or license pending required
Less than six months of RN experience required
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