RN Medical Oncology

  • Phelps Health
  • Rolla, MO, USA
  • Feb 08, 2020

Job Description

1.      Follows established hospital policy regarding patient safety measures such as infection prevention, safe patient handling and movement, critical lab notification, etc. to insure that patient care is provided in an optimally safe environment. 2.      Provides quality nursing care including administration of medications, nursing intervention, and patient and family teaching.  All actions are performed within the guidelines established in hospital policy and procedure.  These actions will support quality outcomes and patient safety. 3.      Performs initial and ongoing assessments in all aspects of patient care to monitor patient status, improve quality, enhance patient safety, and to provide accurate information to health care team members. 4.      Documents accurately and efficiently all patient care activities and required quality monitoring items to support the achievement of compliance with established quality measures (i.e. Core measures).  5.      Communicates to physicians and appropriate team members pertinent patient information in order to improve patient outcomes and quality care.  Communicates to patient and family members in a timely manner that enhances the patient experience and promotes learning to support health care outcomes.  6.      Delegates appropriately to team members while maintaining an atmosphere fostering team work and accountability.  Demonstrates understanding of the dynamics of health care, adapting to change in a positive and professional manner in an attempt to support the hospital mission, vision, and values.  Incorporates critical thinking into his/her nursing practice and attempts to develop skills and abilities through continued education and various educational opportunities.    Education   Graduate from an accredited school of nursing Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing preferred Minimum Work Experience One year experience preferred   Certification/Licenses Current RN license in the State of Missouri Graduate nurses (GN) must obtain licensure within 90 days of graduation American Heart Association Basic Life Support   Mental/Physical Requirements Considerable mental concentration required.  Lifting up to 35 lbs., turning activities and nearly constant walking required.  Standing, turning, carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching.   Working Conditions Frequent exposure to infectious disease and hostile persons at times.  Frequent exposure to communicable disease via blood and other body fluids.  Minimal physical discomfort.



Employment Type

Irregular Part-time