Based on experience weekend differential pay included.
Internal Number: 1929658382
Miami Jewish Health is one of the largest providers of healthcare and living options for aging adults in the Southeast. Our 32-bed onsite hospital is designed to serve the acute care needs of the Miami Jewish Health residents. We are small team delivering compassionate care to this elderly population
Job Title: Registered Nurse DGH
Coordinates and delivers patient care to high acuity complex patient population utilizing clinical, evidence-based competencies in adherence to the nursing process. Utilizes critical thinking abilities to assess and identify patient/resident issues, concerns, and needs.
Essential Job Functions
Assesses physical, psycho-social, growth and development dimensions of the patient/resident per established department guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Participates in the development of the Interdisciplinary Plan of Care as per policy. Implements nursing plans of care for assigned patients/residents.
Evaluates patient/resident status, nursing interventions, and appropriateness of the nursing plan of care.
Prepares, administers, and concisely, accurately, and completely records medications in accordance with the policy regarding the administration of medications.
PAT call response - providing a high level of clinical knowledge and decision-making.
Blood draw and specimen collection
Start IV’s - placement of vascular access devices (VADs), maintenance of VADs, administration of parenteral fluids.
Blood Transfusion - documenting the reaction of the patient, obtaining vital signs, following institutional protocols for such occurrence, and notifying the physician about the reaction of the patient.
Point of Care Testing – performing POCT on unit or during PAT calls.
Follows infection control and infection prevention practices.
Receives, transcribes, and carries out physicians’ orders.
Oversees and assists with meal service.
Supervises, assists, and guides the work of LPNs, CNAs, and Unit Secretaries in daily activities.
Documents patient care activities performed on the unit.
Provides coaching and mentoring to clinical/ancillary staff and participates in the annual performance appraisal process.
Assists in the orientation of new personnel when requested.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing
Experience in a long-term care/skilled nursing facility environment preferred.
Current RN license by the Florida State Board of Nursing
Current American Heart Association BLS Certification
Current American Heart Association ACLS certification
Evidence-based knowledge of nursing practices for long term care and rehabilitation.
Evidence-based knowledge of nursing practices for geriatric and dementia patient populations preferred.
Self-directing. Able to work with little direct supervision.
Environment Work Conditions:
Normal working condition with adequate lighting and ventilation
Exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals; bio-hazardous waste; flammable, explosive gas
Ability to stand or walk 90% of the day.
Ability to bend and stoop frequently.
Ability to do frequent lifting and turning of patients/residents per department’s policies and procedures.
Infectious Material Exposure:
Routine exposure to blood/body fluids/tissues
Ensures that resident’s/patient’s rights are adhered to
Demonstrates professionalism and accountability
Demonstrates a caring attitude consistent with Miami Jewish EmpathicareSM toward MJH residents, patients, family members, employees, and other facility guests
Demonstrates excellent communication skills
Ensures confidentiality and security of patients’ medical information
Identifies and utilizes appropriate channels of communication
Able to speak, read and write English
Able to think and act calmly to meet unusual occurrences of the job
Adheres to the organization’s Mission, Vision and Values
Participates in departmental activities, meetings and in-services and follows established guidelines
Maintains a safe working environment
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
We believe in the power of empathy, the value of relationships and the importance of a life well-lived. Come see why Miami Jewish Health is unlike anywhere you’ve ever worked before. We offer competitive compensation, medical/dental/vision coverage and a 403(b)-retirement savings plan for eligible full and part-time positions, free on-campus parking, an onsite fitness center and more.
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