NY - Overnight Med/Surg Peds Detox RN

Gouvenuer, NY
12-hour Night Shift

*Wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
Accepting Bids Job Summary:  The registered nurse provides assessment, problem identification (nursing diagnosis), care planning (including desired outcome determination), implementation and evaluation in nursing care in a patient and family centered manner in accordance with licensure scope of practice, regulatory standards, and established hospital policies, procedures and protocols. Core Job Responsibilities: 1. (15%)              Performs a comprehensive patient assessment to identify patient and family needs. 2. (15%)              Develops and implements a comprehensive plan of care involving the patient and the family. 3. (15%)              Performs and documents direct patient and family centered care and patient education according to nursing standards of practice. 4. (15%)              Identifies and responds to patient conditions to achieve positive patient outcomes. 5. (15%)              Performs discharge planning to ensure safe and appropriate transition of care. 6. (15%)              Directs and delegates care provided by unlicensed team members. 7. (10%)              Provides world class customer service to patients and families.  Education Requirements:              Required:           Graduate of an accredited school of nursing              Preferred:          BSN or BS in Nursing from an accredited school of nursing Licensure/Certification Registration Requirements:Required:           Current, unrestricted New York State registered professional nursing license, BLS within one month of hirePreferred:          ACL within one month of hire, National certification in a nursing specialty Required Experience:Required:           Adult experience              Preferred:          One year of post-licensure practice as a registered professional nurse  Complexity of Work:     Requires critical thinking skills, working collaboratively with a variety of licensed and unlicensed professionals internal and external to hospital operations, application of clinical knowledge and skills in performance of patient care in new and evolving situations, clear communication of educational materials and clinical procedures, clinical administration of a patient assignment, decisive judgment, and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Additional Job Duties:Able to perform a compressive list of counseling functions and practices including but not limited to: behavioral treatment planning and thorough documentation of observations and compliance to treatment plans and behavioral expectations. Execution of assessments related to withdrawal and/or inebriation from alcohol, prescription and street drugs such as: opiates, benzodiazepines, cocaine, bath salts. Discharge planning responsibilities for timely preparation, thorough documentation and execution of patient discharge management and planning beginning at time of admission including oversight of multidisciplinary team timely documentation. Timely and thorough documentation in a variety of manners including assessments, individual and group notes, collaboration, collateral contact with internal and external stakeholders to the patient. Instruct and run groups on a variety of topics and follow-up with appropriate documentation according to guidance and prescribed deadlines and educational goals. Individual counseling for an individual including a broader picture of clients family and significant other when applicable and take part in case conferences and team meetings weekly. Populations Served:              Age Group Yes No Neonate (<30 days) X   Infant, Toddler and Childhood (1 month through 12 years of age) X   Adolescents (13 through 17 years of age) X   Young Adult (18 through 44 years of age) X   Middle Adult (45 through 65 years of age) X   Older Adult (over age 65) X   Does not provide direct care or treatment of patients   X   Physical Requirements:  Frequent standing, walking, bending, reaching, squatting, moving, lifting of patients and/or equipment up to 50 pounds.  Ability to operate therapeutic equipment.  Ability to assess the condition of others by vision, feel, observation of verbal and non-verbal behavior, listening/hearing and verbal communication. Typical Environmental Exposures:  Exposure Type Yes No Toxic or Caustic Chemicals   X Loud or High Pitched Noises   X Dust or Airborne Particulates (including asbestos)   X Unprotected Heights   X Small, Cramped or Enclosed Work Space   X Extreme Hot or Cold Conditions   X Potential for Fire Risk   X Potential for Electrical Shock   X Moving Mechanical or Electronic Equipment, Machinery or Parts X   Frequent Repetitive Motion X   CRT (computer) Monitor X   Prolonged Periods of Visual Inspection or Use of Vision-Enhancing Equipment   X Communicable Diseases X   Blood or Body Fluids X   Violent Situations or Circumstances X   Needles or Sharp Objects X
Required Qualifications
General Certifications(ACLS,BLS/BCLS,PALS)

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