Founded in 1952 and beginning formal operations in 1959, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center is a 225-bed, non-profit acute care facility providing a full range of services to residents in Geauga, Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Lake, Portage and Trumbull counties in Northeast Ohio. University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center provides care in more than 40 clinical specialties, including the Harrington-McLaughlin Heart & Vascular Institute, stroke accredited Neurological Institute, Spine and Orthopaedics, Surgical Services including Bariatric Surgery, Ireland Cancer Center at Geauga Medical Center and Women’s Health, plus a chest pain accredited state of the art Emergency Department featuring Rainbow Kids’ Care and Pediatric Observation Unit. Our Women’s Health Center has the 24/7 back up of University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s neonatologists, physicians and 24-hour OB house officer staff.
Recognized as the leading healthcare resource in Geauga County, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center is focused on a clear vision of exceeding patient expectations by developing advanced, community-based health care services. At the heart of this vision is a relentless passion for providing excellence and improving care through education, training, technology and cost efficiency.
Provides safe efficient age specific nursing care to patients/families using the nursing process in order to assist them to attain, maintain, regain, and sustain optimal health status. Dimensions are:
1. Implements the nursing process by delivering effective relationship based nursing care.
2. Demonstrates technical skills in care delivery that result in safe practice and positive care outcomes.
3. Demonstrates clear communication and effective collaboration to optimize patient care and clinical operations.
4. Develops self and contributes to the professional practice of nursing.
5. Displays leadership that influences optimal clinical and operational outcomes.
Thorough knowledge of nursing process and practice. Uses a wide variety of technical equipment to meet patient needs and prescribed medical therapies (ie. stethoscopes, thermometers, sphygmomanometers and electronic monitoring devices.
Bachelor degree in Nursing from accredited program or Staff Nurse who has demonstrated the ability to assume responsibility of the Clinical Nurse role.
Registered Nurse with current license to practice in the State of Ohio
University Hospitals is an equal opportunity employer.
University Hospitals - 16 months ago