High Point Regional Clinical Nurse II (May be eligible for sign-on bonus) in High Point, North Carolina
Clinical Nurse II (May be eligible for sign-on bonus)
Days; M-F; Alternating Weekends
7a - 7:30p
1 year of experience required
Unit: Inpatient Dialysis Shift: 7a - 7:30p Hours: Full time, 36 hours per week Schedule: 12-hour Days, Monday through Friday with every other weekend (Saturday & Sunday) rotation plus on-call rotation Name of Unit Inpatient Dialysis Unit- 7th Floor Patient Population Patient population includes both acute and chronic patients requiring dialysis treatment. Number of beds 6 treatment areas Nurse/Patient Ratio 1:2 Additional Info/Highlights This staff performs treatments both in the unit and at the bedside. They are responsible for setup of all of our Peritoneal dialysis treatments. The unit hours are 6am-8:30p Monday-Saturday and vary based on patient census. Dialysis nurses are available on call after hours and on Sundays. Job Summary Coordinates the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care to provide optimal, quality patient care consistent with High Point Regional Health's mission, philosophy, goals, standards, and bylaws and in collaboration with other clinical disciplines. Prescribes, delegates, and coordinates nursing care based on nursing diagnoses consistent with the patient's age, health/illness status, and physiological/psychosocial needs. Education Associates Nursing Required Bachelors Nursing Preferred* Or Nursing Diploma Certifications, Licensures and Registrations Registered Nurse with current North Carolina license North Carolina Board of Nursing Required CPR certification (BLS Course C) American Heart Association Required * unless meets requirements for restricted CPR certification. * Clinical Specialty certification preferred. Experience Prior Nursing Preferred Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Successful completion of General Hospital Orientation and General Nurse Orientation provided by TCU. Successful completion of orientation under the direction of the Unit Coordinator/Charge Nurse, RN/RN Preceptor. Basic computer skills.