The RN Unit registered nurse delivers quality nursing care to patients through interpersonal contact and provides care and services to allow patients to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being in accordance with all applicable laws.
The Hospice RN for Admissions performs per-admission evaluations for appropriateness for hospice services. Initiates the admission process by educating and informing patient/family of hospice and its services.
Provides direction, training and supervision of ancillary nursing personnel by utilizing problem solving techniques in decision making, organizing, setting priorities and using time effectively. Delegates appropriately.
In this role, you will perform a complete assessment of assigned patient's ongoing physical and emotional status, level of competency, home environment, safety factors and family support available to assist with care and needs of patient.
As a teammate in an acute setting, you will typically be the only dialysis nurse in the hospital during your shift. You are not alone though. You will work very closely with the hospital staff each day to assess, troubleshoot, and make sound decisions for critically ill patients.
In this role, you will complete client specific and UBC training programs within time frame indicated at time of release of training materials.Completes post-training assessment test with mandatory passing score.
The Hospice Nurse - Registered Nurse (RN) After Hours will provide nursing assessment, planning and care to maximize the comfort and health of patients and families in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care.