- Location: Gillette, WY
- Posted: Nov 15, 2019
Working in conjunction with the Clinic Supervisor and Clinic Providers, the RN assesses, plans, implements and collaborates with other departments/services to ensure excellence in patient and family care, reflective of Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) & Campbell County Clinics mission, vision and values. The RN will integrate clinic goals for improvement across the care continuum. She/he coordinates and delegates patient care activities, as appropriate, to other members of the health care team. The RN practices within the framework of the Wyoming Nurse Practice Act, American Nurses Association professional standards and National Patient Safety Goals.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES
Performs patient assessment and documents in patient record.
Utilizes the nursing process to adapt interventions to meet age appropriate care, including physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs, in collaboration with other members of the health care team.
Implements and evaluates care interventions, delegates appropriately and ensures documentation of interventions.
Evaluates progress towards the prescribed plan of care and coordinates care with clinic providers and intervenes as necessary.
Educates patient and families regarding current health status, plan of care, and anticipated outcomes.
Ensures superior ongoing patient satisfaction and customer service.
Demonstrates efficient time management and prioritization skills.
Maintains professional standards related to clinical practice, staffing and continuing education.
Practices fiscal responsibility and accountability.
Actively participates in the Ambulatory Clinic Quality Program.
Maintains a clean and safe environment.
May be required to work in other clinic environments according to distribution of staff and patient loads.
Adheres to CCMH and Campbell County Clinic policies and procedures.
Complies with the hospitals Corporate Compliance Program including, but not limited to, the Code of Conduct, laws and regulations, and hospital policies and procedures.
Must be free from governmental sanctions involving health care and/or financial practices.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
Licensure: Current Wyoming license
Certifications required: See Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification Policy and Certifications/Education Requirements Policy.
Experience: Experience in ambulatory clinic nursing preferred.
Essential Technical/Motor Skills: Hand/eye coordination in order to give injections, draw blood, start IVs, use computer, etc. Speaking clearly to communicate with patients, families, physicians and staff regarding patient condition and care.
Interpersonal Skills: Ability to develop positive interaction with patients, patient families, physicians and staff in order to effectively care for the patients.
Essential Physical Requirements: Requires standing or walking for long periods of time. Requires stooping, bending, pushing, pulling. Able to lift 40 pounds or less. Able to work varied shifts including evenings and week-ends.
Essential Mental Abilities: Must be able to assess a patients condition, formulate a plan of care, select appropriate interventions, and evaluate patient response to care/treatment and to explain/teach patients about their condition/recovery. Requires higher level of mental faculties accompanied by short- and long-term memory. Ability to function in stressful situations and prioritize to complete job duties.
Essential Sensory Requirements: Corrected vision, hearing to normal range.
Exposure to Hazards: OSHA CATEGORY I. TASK THAT INVOLVES EXPOSURE TO BLOOD, BODY FLUIDS, OR TISSUES. All procedures or other job-related tasks that involve an inherent potential for mucous membrane or skin contact with blood, body fluids, or tissues, or potential for spills or splashes of them, are Category I Tasks. Use of appropriate protective measures is required for every employee engaged in Category I Tasks.
Hours of Work: Varied scheduled shifts according to the individual clinic setting
Employees working in healthcare facilities have the potential to be exposed to hazardous materials including: Hazardous Chemicals/Drugs, Waste Anesthetic Gases, Radiation, Latex, Biological Hazards, Respiratory Hazards and Ergonomic Hazards. See Hazardous Materials in the Workplace Policy.
- Full Time