***Signing Bonus is not applicable to internal employees, former employees who have resigned in the last year or applicants sourced from outside firms.***
Mercy Home Health (a member of Trinity Health at Home) has a need for a Full-time Registered Nurse - Palliative Care. This position is based out of St. Mary area for Lower Bucks County
The Palliative Care RN is responsible for patients and families in the palliative care program. Provides Palliative care clinical consultation.
BSN Required. Current PA RN License - CPR Certification, Hospice/Palliative Care Certification Required. Home care experience, strong clinical knowledge base, Hospice experience, computer skills, strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Palliative Care experience, demonstrate ability to use problem solving, critical thinking and priority setting skills. Must be able to work independently and on a team. Ability to perform diversified duties with time limitations. Ability to develop, coordinate and evaluate programs in Palliative care and end-of-life care.
Provide one-to-one care with your patients in their homes
Enjoy a truly patient-centered focus
Excel with supportive, motivated colleagues in an inspiring environment
Flexible scheduling opportunities
Career paths and professional development
Learn the industry's best, easy-to-use, advanced technology
$10K Sign On Bonus
Health, dental and vision insurance on your first day
Daily Pay offered
Short and long-term disability
Generous paid time off
Graduate of an approved nursing education program
Licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of PA
One (1) year experience as a professional care nurse in Home care or Hospice care a plus
Must have current Driver's license and reliable transportation
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply online at www.Trinity-health.org/careers
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