St Anthony is a designated Pathway hospital. We support a culture of nursing collaboration and teamwork to help each other grow. We collaborate with the surgeons to determine care plans for patients. We work with our Hospitalists to understand and support goals of care as well. Our Nurses foster a culture of teamwork where everyone pitches in to help. They take pride in quality improvements and performing at the top of their licensure/profession. CHI and St. Anthony Hospital has a strong shared governance system. We have a unit-based council made up of frontline staff that work together to identify areas of improvement and implement change. Unit Council Representatives also serve on the St. Anthony Hospital Coordinating Council that work on hospital wide initiatives.
Our mission is to deliver high quality care that meets our patients' medical needs while providing emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families. We believe this three-part approach — physical, emotional, and spiritual — is essential to healing the whole person. Come join our team!
St. Anthony Hospital enjoys the benefits of being part of the CHI Franciscan family of hospitals and other health care services providing care to our communities throughout the beautiful South Puget Sound Region of Western Washington. Recreational opportunities abound here - we offer water sports, skiing, hiking, shopping, fine dining, theater and an overall excellent quality of life. CHI Franciscan Health has exciting and rewarding careers with competitive salaries and benefits.
Our Critical Care Unit at St. Anthony Hospital has 16 mixed ICU and PCU private patient rooms. All rooms are equipped with ceiling lifts, supply cabinets as well as couches and privacy curtains for the comfort of family who wish to stay close. Every room is fully plumed to handle dialysis patients. Computers are also located in each patient room to facilitate bedside documentation and medication verification. We utilize Epic as our electronic health record.
Our patient population includes GI bleeds, DKA, acute renal failure, acute stroke, MI, and sepsis to name a few. Our PCU patients and stable ICU patients are cared for by our FIT (Franciscan Inpatient Team) providers and our ICU patients are cared for by our Pulmonary Intensivists. We also have the support of our Virtual ICU 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
We support a culture of collaboration and team work to help each other grow. We practice multidisciplinary care with a care meeting each morning and daily rounding on patients by the FIT providers and Nurses.
The management structure of the unit consists of an experienced Clinical Manager and a Clinical Coordinator who work together to oversee the unit. The Charge Nurses provide clinical support for the staff, participate in rapid responses and are Code leaders for the hospital. They also help to maintain the flow of the unit. The staff is comprised of RNs and Care Assistants with support services provided by Respiratory Care, Pharmacists, PT/OT and a Dietician. RN assignments are determined by patient census and acuity and our normal RN ratios are 3:1 for PCU patients and 2:1 or 1:1 for ICU patients with CNA support.
Graduation from an accredited school of nursing; BSN preferred
Previous PCU/ICU or Medical/Surgical experience is preferred.
New graduates with completion of a senior practicum in Critical Care will also be given preference for residency positions.
Current RN license from the Washington State Board of Nursing
Current Healthcare BLS Certification
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) must be obtained within 6 months of hire
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