Florida Hospital for Children seeks to hire a Neonatal ICU Registered Nurse who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.
Florida Hospital for Children Profile
Since opening our doors in 1908, Florida Hospital has offered one of the most comprehensive children’s health programs in Central Florida. Today, we continue this legacy of pediatric excellence at the Magnet® recognized Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Children .
Our campus is home to 30 pediatric sub-specialties led by a team of 400+ nurses and physicians. We provide specialized care in various state-of-the-art settings, including an 81-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with private family-centered rooms, an Advanced Center for Pediatric Surgery handling nearly 4,000 cases each year, and one of the few pediatric oncology programs in the area. We’re also Central Florida’s only pediatric provider for bone marrow transplant, kidney transplant, Gamma Knife services, trilogy radiation and Level III epilepsy care. But perhaps most exciting of all, is that this is the first—and only—hospital to bear the Disney® name.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Children is home to a 53-bed Level III NICU and a 28-bed Level II NICU, where we provide the highest level of care for God’s tiniest miracles. We’re proud to have successfully helped more than 11,000 babies overcome serious health issues through our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
As a Neonatal ICU Registered Nurse , you will make providing service your priority while caring for the whole person in a faith-based atmosphere.
The RN is a registered professional nurse who is responsible for providing and supervising direct and indirect total nursing care responsibilities to identified age specific groups. Utilizing the nursing process (assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating) in achieving the goals of the nursing department. Adheres to the Florida Hospital Corporate Compliance Plan and to all rules and regulations of all applicable local, state and federal agencies and accrediting bodies. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
Knowledge Skills, Education & Experience Required:
Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required:
- American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) certification
- For those hired prior to April 1, 2011:
- AHA BLS certification is required by December 31, 2011
- If current BLS from another agency, recertification in AHA BLS at their recertification date.
- For those hired after April 1, 2011, if certification is from another agency, certification from AHA must be obtained within 90 days of hire.
- and AHA Advanced life support certification (ACLS, PALS, NRP) per specialty/unit requirements
- For those hired prior to April 1, 2011, if current advanced life support from another agency, recertification in AHA Advanced Life Support at their recertification date.
- If hired after April 1, 2011, if certification is from another agency, certification from AHA must be obtained by 90 day evaluation.
- ACLS, PALS, NRP (based on patient population) (preferred)
- Graduate of a school of nursing.
- For GRN, graduate of an accredited school of nursing
- Bachelor's degree in nursing (preferred)
Current registration with Florida State Board of Nursing as a registered professional nurse.
- Graduate professional nurses who do not have an authorization to test (seating pass) will have a limited scope of practice as outlined in GN orientation
Call to Action
- Demonstrates through behavior Florida Hospital’s Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Balance, Excellence, Stewardship and Teamwork as outlined in the organization’s Performance Excellence Program.
- Performs properly and legibly documents and reports all procedures and assessments in accordance with department policy.
- Obtains or delegates the obtaining of a nursing history. Evaluates for age-appropriate behavior motor skills and physiological norms of the patient. Completes the admission assessment, including pain screening. Completes all follow-up assessments and evaluations. Assesses for signs of abuse or neglect.
- Demonstrates the ability to assess and interpret diagnostic data relative to patient age and condition.
- Able to identify individualized plan of care. Identifies needs and develops/modifies plan of care.
- Interprets and verifies physician orders correctly. Investigates questionable situations. Performs treatments and administers medications according to policy and procedure. Functions appropriately in clinical emergencies. Evaluates effectiveness of interventions and medications.
- Evaluates patients’ developmental level, identifies increased physical/emotional dependency needs and evaluates availability of support system consistent with the age of the patient served.
- Identifies the need for patient teaching and utilizes each opportunity for teaching on a planned or spontaneous basis.
- Participates in practice changes as a result of performance improvement activities. Demonstrates accurate documentation and monitoring of activities as needed. Supports quality standards and initiatives set by the department.
- Follows CDC isolation guidelines, demonstrates appropriate use of PPE, performs handwashing according to policy and enforces safety regulations.
- Exhibits desire to learn and upgrade nursing skills. Performs other duties as assigned or directed to ensure the smooth operation of the department or unit.
If you want to be a part of a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality in patient care, we invite you to explore the Neonatal ICU Registered Nurse opportunity with Florida Hospital for Children and apply online today.
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