Registered Nurse (RN) – Psychiatric Unit
When we say “our community” we mean it.
University of Maryland Medical Center - Midtown Campus has had a long history of working to keep our community healthy. Located in Baltimore’s cultural center near the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, UMMC Midtown Campus is a 200-bed non-profit, community teaching hospital, and part of the University of Maryland Medical System.
When you join or team of Registered Nurses, you’ll become a part of a close-knit group of more than 1,000 staff members who provide care in 30+ specialties. Our team is focused on delivering the best care possible to every patient and to supporting each other.
As a Registered Nurse at UMMC-Midtown Campus, you will experience:
Our supportive workplace community, coupled with an extensive benefits package and bright future, make University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus a smart choice for your career.
The CNII functions in the clinical setting as described in the RN: Clinical, job description. In addition, the CNII nurse must have demonstrated the ability to function as charge nurse efficiently and/or precept new staff members. The nurse should have successfully completed the Preceptor and/or Charge Nurse program. They must be able to demonstrate, document, and teach others as it relates to their unit: core measures, restraints, falls, wound, pain, customer service, National Patient Safety Goals, critical values, patient teaching, and suicide assessment. This nurse is able to competently demonstrate the ability to delegate and supervise personnel. He/she is able to integrate technical competencies while integrating the biopsychosocial aspects of patient care. He/she demonstrates critical thinking skills in problem solving and caring for groups of patients. He/she consults others for assistance in recognizing his/her strengths and areas in need of professional growth. Professional nursing practice complies with the Maryland Practice Act. He or she demonstrates an understanding of patient safety goals, hospital and nursing quality performance measures, and patient education. He/she ensures best practices are being met for clients and actively collaborates with other disciplines. He/she brings to the attention of supervisory staff issues, which he/she cannot resolve at the unit level. He/she participates in service wide committees, task forces, or planning committees to meet the goals and mission of nursing services, Maryland General Hospital, and the University of Maryland Medical System. He/she anticipates patient needs and becomes proficient at ensuring customer service is outstanding for his/her clients and role models and influences those on the unit.