Registered Nurse Womenâ™s Center Pre-Op/Post-Op AdventHealth Tampa
Location Address: 3100 East Fletcher Avenue Tampa, Florida 33613
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Full Time, Day Shift. Four 10-hour shifts, plus call. (6a - 4:30p or 8a - 6:30p)
You Will Be Responsible For:
Communicates with courtesy when interacting with internal or external customers â“ in person or on the telephone.
Demonstrates respect for co-workers and develops positive working relationships with other departments.
Participates in hourly rounding for outcomes using the AIDET technique.
Incorporates Caring Model behaviors and culturally competent care into daily practice.
Demonstrates organizational commitment standards and values.
Adheres to organizational standards for dress and professional appearance.
Demonstrates collaboration and teamwork in managing patient flow-i.e. promotes timely patient placement by following hospital policy for patient admission, discharge and transfer.
Participates in peer interviewing and peer review process.
Considers factors related to safety, effectiveness, cost and impact on practice in the delivery of nursing services.
Collection of comprehensive data pertinent to the patientâ™s health/situation and unit specific data for process improvement initiatives including: initial patient assessment within expected timeframe, initiates consults as indicated from database collection, identifies patient/family teaching and discharge planning needs.
Analyzes the assessment data to determine expected outcomes and plan of care.
Identifies expected outcomes for the plan of care individualized to the patient or situation and for unit specific PI outcomes. Participation in identification of unit specific PI outcomes.
The patientâ™s plan of care is developed, individualized and prioritized daily in collaboration with the patient, family and health team members that is sensitive to the patientâ™s cultural and spiritual needs and to attain expected outcomes.
Implements the identified plans for patients and unit specific process improvement with appropriate nursing interventions and physiciansâ™ orders in an accurate, timely manner and documents intervention according to hospital policy. Documentation meets criteria for core measure, charges, PI improvement, and all quality/regulatory standards as measured by chart audits. Coordinates implementation of the plan of care through leadership and delegation appropriate to skill level including but not limited to: LPNs, NTs, CNAs, Unit Secretaries, RTs, PTs. Educates patient/family based on assessed learning needs.
Evaluates progress toward attainment of expected patient outcomes and unit specific process improvement outcomes daily with patient, family and health team members.
Maintains safe practice by demonstrating unit specific clinical competency and demonstrating compliance with all regulatory standards.
Ensures safe and effective handoff communications and documentation of such between care givers.
Demonstrates safe practice in the administration of medications.
Demonstrates sensitivity to pain management by alleviating and reducing pain to level acceptable to patient.
Integrates ethical decision making into daily nursing practice.
Integrates research findings and Evidence Based Practice into practice.
Acts as a patient advocate.
Demonstrates critical thinking skills appropriate to level of experience.
Integrates population specific standards when planning care.
Demonstrates commitment to professional and personal growth-i.e. completes all mandatory educational requirements, maintains unit-based certification, attends 75% of unit staff meeting, participants in clinical ladder will have additional expectations in this role.
What You Will Need:
Graduate of a school of nursing.
Skills required to work in critical care area as defined by unit.
Bachelorâ™s degree in Nursing preferred
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing preferred
Experience in a specialty area preferred
Current registration with Florida State Board of Nursing as a registered professional nurse or licensure from another state with verification of application and eligibility for Florida licensure by endorsement.
BLS, ACLS, PALS required
The Registered Nurse provides self-directed, effective nursing care to groups of patients and other duties as assigned in accordance with Division of Nursing standards and pursuant to Florida Department of Professional Regulation, Chapter 464.003 (3) (a): âœPractice of professional nursing means the performance of those acts requiring substantial specialized knowledge, judgment, and nursing skill based upon applied practices of psychological, biological, physical, and social sciences which shall include, but not limited to:
The observation, assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, intervention, and evaluation of care; health teaching and counseling of the ill, injured or infirmed; and the promotion of wellness, maintenance of health and prevention of illness and others.
The administration of medication and treatments as prescribed or authorized by a duly licensed practitioner authorized by the laws of this state to prescribe such medications and treatments.
The supervision and teaching of other personnel in the theory and performance of any of the above acts.
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.