Registered Nurse

Company Name:
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
Registered Nurse
Department: Float - Spinal Cord, Brain Injury, and Stroke
Schedule: full time
Shift: Day
Hours: 6a-230p
Job Details:

To provide skilled, creative nursing care to patients within an assigned program of the Institute, actively participate as a member of the health care team and to supervise care given by Nursing Assistants.
Possession of a valid and current RN state license or eligible
Ability to read charts and testing equipment.
Rehabilitation nursing experience preferred.
Provide care by utilizing nursing processes in collaboration with other members of the team.
Effectively interact with all staff to coordinate patient care, promote continuity of care and interpret the plan of care.
In the course of providing direct patient care, be accountable for documenting all aspects of care in accordance with Institute and program guidelines.
Demonstrate excellent technical skills and judgment, knowledge of specific rehabilitation skills, and competency in administering medications, IV s and treatments safely.
Maintain patient safety, comfort and cleanliness
Transcribe and implement physicians orders accurately.
Demonstrate self-direction and professionalism by identifying one s own areas of skill and knowledge weaknesses and participating in educational activities, by using the expertise of the program nursing and supervisory staff in dealing with patient concerns, by participating in team meetings and being reliable and accountable.
Be accountable for promoting the corporate philosophy of service excellence and guest relations by effectively relating with patients, their families, visitors, the public and all members of the staff of St. Luke s Rehabilitation Institute.
Consistently demonstrate behavior that enhances professional performance and reflects the key moral commitments, ethical principles, values and philosophy of the institute as set forward in the mission statement.
Develop the knowledge of growth and development of all ages of patients treated at St. Luke s Rehabilitation Institute.
Complete self-evaluation on Clinical Competency Evaluation and Non-Clinical Evaluation.
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