the Inpatient Services Charge Nurse ensure appropriate provision of Acute Dialysis Services and treatments within assigned hospitals/facilities by coordinating, scheduling, and directing Acute Patient Care staff and by performing Acute treatments as needed or directed by Program manager.
The Inpatient Services Charge Nurse is an additional "responsibility" assigned to the Inpatient Services RN, for a limited period of time, and for specific additional duties, as assigned by the Program Manager.
The charge nurse must have extensive knowledge of nursing theory and practice acquired through graduation from an accredited school of nursing. The charge nurse must be competent in communication and relationship management, have a comprehensive knowledge of the healthcare environment, possess innovative leadership and business skills and display professionalism.
Registered professional nurse who assesses, implements or delegates, plans, and evaluates total nursing care and functions in accordance with established philosophy, providing and directing patient care for a group of patients.
The charge rn is a clinic ladder level iiI staff rn who is responsible for staffing, patient placement & assignments, real-time quality & patient experience oversight, and clinical & operational problem-solving for the shift. This position reports to assistant nurse manager.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide day to day guidance, support and direction to direct patient care staff, providing informal feedback on an ongoing basis and formal feedback input for the annual performance evaluation.
The Charge Nurse is responsible for overall patient flow as well as clinical operations. She/he is responsible for coordinating the unit's patient care standards and practices in accordance with legal, ethical, professional, and organizational standards.