Be a Part of Something Greater by working in a world class, Magnet designated Academic Medical Centerproviding expert multidisciplinary care for children from infants to young adults with life-threatening conditions. We meet the unique needs of these specialized populations by integrating safety-focused, family-centered patient care with superb service, while individualizing patient education and psycho-social support. We endeavor to incorporate current evidence and innovative research into our practice, throughout the continuum of care.
University of Maryland Medical Center is seeking an Experienced NICU Registered Nurse to join the NICU Nursing team! **must have at least one year of RN experience, preferably in NICU
Dr. Seuss said: A person’s a person no matter how small!
At the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital that is a sentiment we believe in fully with so we have a very BIG space for the tiniest people of all.
The Drs. Rouben and Violet Jiji Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is a 37,000 square feet of space made up of 52 single rooms, including twin suites. With sleeping couches in every room, families are able to be with their babies round-the-clock, allowing for more bonding and kangaroo holding. Every detail was carefully considered during the design and construction of this space so that we can provide a true family-centered experience with an emphasis on great patient outcomes.
As a Level IV NICU, we provide the highest intensity of care for the smallest and most critically-ill babies. Our teams of doctors, nurses and support staff provide 24/7 care for a wide range of problems from premature birth and congenital heart defects to breathing issues and kidney problems. We care for twice the number of babies as most community-hospitals NICUs which means we have the experience needed to help babies survive and thrive. We have a specialized transport team that helps bring babies via air or ground ambulance to the Children’s Hospital for the complex care they need.
Congenital heart disease
Genetic syndromes and metabolic disorders
For NICU graduates we have a NICU Follow-Up Program that helps coordinate neurodevelopmental screening from birth through age 3 and provides support (including nutrition, speech and language, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, etc.) for children who have been in a NICU.
What You Will Do:
Demonstrates and models the full range of nursing professional practice in both care provided and in participation in development of strategies to improve patient outcomes, satisfaction with service and cost effectiveness at the unit level. Serves as a fully effective and participative member of the multidisciplinary patient care services team. Is accountable to peers for the advancement of group practice on the unit, and to the nurse manager for the totality of work performance.
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