RN .6 D/N Hem/Onc/Progressive Care
Job ID: 25949
City: St. Paul, MN
Location: RH - Regions Hospital & Clinics
Position Type: Part-Time
Anticipated Work Schedule: 8 hour shifts D/N every other w/e
Hrs/Pay Period: 48
At Regions Hospital, we are known for saving lives in our Level I Trauma Center, and our nursing staff is key to the exceptional care we provide each patient. Our Professional Nursing Practice Model offers patient and family-centered care that maintains an unwavering focus on what matters most: caring and healing at the patient’s bedside. As a nursing professional you will be empowered to manage your clinical practice and working environment through our Shared Governance Model, which focuses on evidence-based nursing practice. Our award-winning programs give our patients and their families a place of comfort and healing. We are proud of the care we give each and every patient.
Completion of an accredited associate, baccalaureate or master’s degree program in Nursing. Licensed as a registered nurse by the State of Minnesota. CPR for the professional rescuer or BLS for healthcare providers required.
Knowledge of current nursing practices and techniques. Ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing. Ability to effectively participate on an interdisciplinary treatment team. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with patients, family member and co-workers.
Progressive care population consists of patients with the above diagnoses, who are not in medical crisis, but require a level of nursing observation and more complex nursing care (e.g. chronic ventilator management, complex medication administration) than is standard for general care services.
Patients requiring specialized care for hematology/oncology needs may include but are not limited to those requiring chemotherapy, biotherapy, supportive care including neutropenic isolation, and surgical interventions such as gynecological oncology and mastectomy. Patients and their families with end of life care needs including pain and symptom management as well as emotional and spiritual care needs will be included in our patient population.