About the Role
WILL THIS HIRE NEED TO REPORT TO A SPECIFIC LOCATION?
Yes, they must report in-person to a specific location
United States of America
Ga RN license or multi state compact RN license
BLS-American Heart Association
Associate Degree or Bachelor Degree
3 years of bedside experience
At. St. Francis-Emory Healthcare, we recognize that our patients deserve qualified, engaged, and competent nurses. And we know that our nurses deserve a safe working environment, leaders who are visible and supportive, and opportunities to grow and develop. We have a positive, hopeful, and resilient leadership team that is solely focused on taking care of the heart of St. Francis – the people who work here. If you feel that your skills and compassion fit with our vision for person-centered care and evidence-based practice, and you would like to belong to a hospital family that only the best are invited to join, we invite you to apply today.
Under the direction of the Clinical Coordinator and/or Nursing Unit Director, perform nursing patient care duties for the assigned unit or department. Plan, provide, and evaluate total nursing care by the established patient care philosophy. Facilitate individualized, goal-directed nursing care through the use of the nursing process and the principles of primary nursing by departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Relate effectively with other shifts for continuity of care, maintain satisfactory relations with other departments and nursing units; and participate in all phases of education.
Associates degree in Nursing X Required
Bachelors degree in Nursing X Preferred
Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment, and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action.
Basic Life Support (BLS)-Required
ACLS preferred within 6 months of hire
Valid licensure in the State of Georgia as a Registered Nurse (RN) or multi-state/compact RN license
Minimum Work Experience
3 years of experience as a Registered Nurse (RN) in a direct patient care setting
Identifies existing and potential problems, and seeks or implements appropriate solutions.
Performs plan of care interventions, including specimen collection and wound care. May administer
medication. Documents patient care given.
Provide nursing care through planning, organizing, and facilitating the nursing function for assigned patients.
Assists patients with performing activities of daily living, including personal hygiene, elimination, nutrition, and ambulation.
Monitors, documents, and communicates patient's status and reactions to interventions with RN, physician, patient, and families.
Works as an advocate for the physical and emotional well-being of the patient.