Registered Nurse (Medical Surgical) - St. Peter's Hospital
If you are looking for an RN position on a Medical Surgical unit, full-time days this could be your opportunity. Here at St. Peter's Health Partner's, we care for more people in more places.
Recognized leader: Magnet Hospital in the Capital Region
Quality of Life: Where career opportunities and quality of life converge
Advancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career development
Work/Life: Positions and shifts to accommodate all schedules
What you will do:
Deliver care, including assessing needs, planning and meetings the needs of patients in the Medical Surgical unit
The RN is responsible for assessing the needs of each patient where assigned
Planning the nursing care needed: including spiritual, emotional and physiological needs. Once planned, the RN is responsible for seeing that the plan of care is carried out through performance and or leadership of supervised personnel and that the plan of care is evaluated
The RN is directly accountable to the Nurse Manager for the quality of patient care delivered
The RN modifies and delivers care that is specific to the age, growth and development of patients according to the unit scope of services
When serving in the charge role, the RN is responsible for clinical and leadership functions, for assessing the needs of each patient and planning the nursing care needed to meet those needs
What you will need:
A current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of New York
Registered Nurses must possess the ability to assess, plan, direct, intervene and evaluate patient care
The RN must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and written
1 year of RN experience is preferred
Please be aware for the safety and security of our colleagues and patients all new employees are required to undergo and pass all applicable state and federally mandated pre-employment screening requirements including:
Relevant Background Check/s
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