Systematically and continually collects data regarding the health status of the client. The data is recorded, accessible, and communicated to appropriate members of the Interdisciplinary Healthcare Team.
Coordinates, implements, and evaluates a comprehensive age specific, Individualized Plan of Care for the client, partnering with the patient and family, significant other, and other healthcare providers to identify, and prioritize needs, and to obtain expected outcomes.
Ensures accuracy in the medication process.
Demonstrates ongoing individual accountability to ensure positive quality outcomes (Core measures, NDNQI indicators, Nurse Sensitive indicators, and other hospital and unit specific measures).
Demonstrates ability in planning, delegation, and coordination of work group activities essential for the provision of quality nursing care in a safe and appropriate environment utilizing Professional Standards, and current research, and evidence-based practices (EBP).
Seeks and supports opportunities for professional growth and development, which may include, but not limited to contact hours, inservices, certifications, degree attainment, etc.
Provides support to peers and staff by serving as coach, and/or mentor, and offering consistent and visible support to team members.
Provides feedback to healthcare team members through formal and informal/real-time communication to provide positive input, as well as, opportunities for improvement.
Applies principles of caring and healing in interactions with patients, families and colleagues.
Supports shared decision-making by attending staff meetings, and/or reading minutes of the meetings, providing feedback, and/or participating on unit-based teams, and/or Shore Health System committees/councils.
Communicates in an effective and professional manner, and maintains the privacy and security of all confidential and protected health information.
Uses and discloses only that information, which is necessary to perform the function of the job.
Meets the expectations of key customers (patients, family members, physicians, co-workers, etc).
Role models a positive image of nursing.
Responds to Shore Health System codes that are fitting to area of nursing practice.
Responsible for honest behavior in all matters.
To the best of the employee’s knowledge and understanding, complies with all Federal and State laws and regulations.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Part-time, 24 hours/week
Evening/Night Rotate: 1900-0700,1100-2300
College town situated on the Chester River
Home to Washington College, the 10th oldest college in the U.S.
About University of MD Shore Regional Health
The best job you can imagine.
What brings Registered Nurses to University of Maryland Shore Regional Health?
Lots of advantages, like our supportive, collaborative work environment.
A comprehensive system with many locations and practice options.
A sense of collegiality.
Generous annual tuition assistance.
New, market-competitive pay scales.
And a new student loan repayment program*
There’s even a referral bonus if you bring a friend when you both are hired!
And Magnet status—did we mention that?
Have one or more years of experience? Let’s talk about the best job you can imagine! One where you can learn, grow, and make a lasting impact on patients and families. And practice to your fullest potential.
What You Need to Be Successful:
- BSN preferred. - 1+ years Emergency Department nursing (RN) experience required. - Specialty certification encouraged. - Meets licensing requirements to practice registered nursing in the State of Maryland. - Must meet all applicable state and local professional requirements