In 2020, united in a fierce commitment to deliver the highest quality care and
exceptional patient experience, Virginia Mason and CHI Franciscan Health
came together as natural partners to build a new health system centered
around the patient: Virginia Mason Franciscan Health. Our expansive
combined system builds upon the scale and expertise of our nearly 300 sites
of care, including 11 hospitals and nearly 5,000 physicians and providers.
Together, we are empowered to make an even greater impact on the health
and well-being of our communities.
CHI Franciscan and Virginia Mason are now united to build the future of
patient-centered care across the Pacific Northwest. That means a seamlessly
connected system offering quality care close to home. From basic health
needs to the most complex, highly specialized care, our patients can count on
us to meet their needs with convenient access to the region’s most prestigious
experts and innovative treatments and technologies.
What We Have To Offer:
What We Have To Offer To You:
Highly collegial team
Opportunity to work with highly skilled team
Faith-based culture with commitment to our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence where we value positive team players
Every other weekend or every third weekend options
12 hour shifts
Financial support for specialty certifications
Tuition assistance for advanced degrees
Opportunities for career growth within the growing and highly successful CHI Franciscan Health system
Competitive wages, incentives and a generous employee benefits program
3 South Residency RN observes and takes part in the clinical and didactic portion of the Residency training program and successfully completes all assignments and requirements of the program. Clinical training assignments are under the direction and supervision of the registered nurse preceptor.
This job is responsible for providing a wide variety of professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care consistent with Franciscan Health System (FHS) standards & values, applicable regulatory requirements and scope of practice for the nursing profession. Work also includes developing, implementing and assessing the patient plan of care during time of stay in collaboration with physicians, interdisciplinary teams, and the patient/family. An incumbent is engaged in direct patient care, including assessing, planning, coordinating, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care.
Attends/Participates/Studies and successfully completes all requirements/assignments of the clinical and didactic portion of the residency training program and successfully applies the knowledge to day to day clinical practice.
Participates in staff meetings, departmental projects, attends in-services and unit continuing education programs.
Exhibits dedication to the organization through attendance, use of work time and safe work practices, i.e. work habits.
Adheres to the department’s and hospital’s policies and procedures, including safety, risk management and regulatory standards. Keeps abreast of trends, developments and regulatory requirements impacting matters within designated scope of responsibility.
Administers, oversees and documents the administration of medications (e.g., topically, orally, intramuscularly, subcutaneously and intravenously) as ordered by the healthcare practitioner and in accordance with hospital policy.
Assesses patient to include physical, psychosocial, cultural, behavioral/emotional, developmental and spiritual needs. Gathers data relevant for patient care. Implements appropriate patient interventions and evaluates outcomes. Plans care appropriately based on needs identified during initial and on-going assessments. Provides holistic, comprehensive, and professional nursing care to patient within the scope of practice. Implements appropriate patient interventions and evaluates outcomes. Prepares patient for discharge and assists with coordinating post discharge needs.
Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of available communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Populations Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served.
Demonstrates competent professional practice and engages in opportunities for professional growth. Demonstrates self accountability to meet stated deadlines for all mandatory requirements.
Documents care delivered and patient status utilizing the nursing process in accordance with FHS standards of care, for example, changes in patient condition, patient responses to intervention and reassessments of pertinent findings. Receives and assures appropriateness, accuracy, timeliness and execution of physician orders.
Identifies opportunities for, and participates in, performance/quality improvement activities to improve clinical outcomes, healthcare delivery systems and address patient safety/satisfaction and cost containment.
Incorporates critical thinking into daily practice as demonstrated by quality of care provided, transfer of knowledge, follow through and patient outcomes. Leads, coordinates, and communicates the ongoing delivery of patient care services provided by members of assigned patient care teams(s); considers patient acuity and the competencies of care team members in delegating and assigning work and in adjusting assignments as necessary; assesses and monitors team performance to ensure the quality of care provided is consistent with the FHS standards and regulatory requirements. Coordinates nursing care and advocates for patient needs so that all appropriate disciplines are informed of and participating in the plan of care.
Prepares patient for examination/procedure. Routinely explains delays. Assesses, monitors, and intervenes as indicated during and post examination or procedure.
Provides health care education and guidance to patient and/or families. Educates regarding results, findings and diagnoses to patient and/or patient’s family within scope of practice.
Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Education & Work Experience
Graduation from an accredited school of nursing.
One year of related work experience in an acute care setting is preferred. New graduates may be considered for RN residency positions.
Possession of a BSN degree is preferred.
Licensure & Certification
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse issued by the Washington State Board of Nursing.
Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification.
Specialty certification, as appropriate to the assigned work unit, is strongly preferred.
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