Eastern State Hospital Medical Lake, WA, USA
Feb 25, 2020Full time
Eastern State Hospital is expanding. We now offer full-time and part-time, all shifts, and on-call. Evening shift RN's receive a shift differential ranging $1.50-$4.50/hr., depending on the day worked. Night shift also has supplemental pay that can range from $2.50-$5.13 per hour. Eastern State Hospital values our nursing staff and understands how important they are to our patients, their families and our facility. If you want to explore inpatient psychiatric nursing and seek to use both your mind and heart to support your patients on their road to recovery, come join our team. We offer great challenges, a rewarding career, and opportunities for advancement. Eastern State Hospital is composed of three clinical areas (Forensic Services Unit, Adult Psychiatric Unit, and Geropsychiatric Unit) and we know that our clients can grow stronger and more independent with the help of our skilled clinical staff. We rely on and trust our dedicated clinicians and appreciate their ability and compassion in accomplishing our mission of Transforming Lives. We're hiring Registered Nurses committed to enhancing the quality of life for people with behavioral health issues by providing a broad continuum of care. he location: As an up and coming city, Spokane presents the ideal place to live, work, play, and be a part of a community. Spokane is a progressive city with outgoing and friendly people. Outdoor activities are especially plentiful given the area's natural beauty and its four seasons. No matter if you love the city life or nature, Spokane has it all. A vibrant city, downtown Spokane is amongst the healthiest in the nation, exuding urban character and offering top-notch quality of life, such as affordable cost of living, five ski resorts within 1.5 hours of downtown, dozens of lakes within an hour of downtown and hundreds within 2 hours, five universities and a lively arts, music, and theater scene. Some of what you'll do: • Participate as a member of an interdisciplinary team in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of patient care. • Educate patients on social skills, functional skill development, and medications. • Monitor patients' behavior and if needed, de-escalate high-risk situations. • Participate in the management of psychiatric and medical emergencies. • Assess and evaluate patients who have behavioral health issues and chart significant changes in the patient's condition. • Administer medications and treatments. • Produce care plans and risk assessments for your patients.