RN/Registered Nurse - Outpatient Recovery - FT Nights
Company: St. Francis Health Center
Posted on: June 17, 2022
Overview Advancing Healthcare Together - The Future of
Healthcare is in Topeka Kansas Why The University of Kansas Health
System St. Francis Our People. Our people truly are our greatest
strength. They make a massive difference in the amazing care we
provide every day.
We work closely together to create a positive experience for our
patients and each other. Our Purpose. We will build on your
experience and provide meaningful and purposeful career growth for
your future. You will have the opportunity every day to make a
difference in someone's life and change the course of
Our Place. St. Francis Campus is proud to be a part of a long
legacy of high-quality, compassionate care. For more than 100
years, the hospital has combined compassionate care with lifesaving
technological advancements to our patients and the communities
Today, the hospital has 378 licensed beds, a history of
technological advancements, and a generous and supportive
community. Our St. Francis hospital is seeking a Registered Nurse.
Hours : 7 pm - 8:30 am (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)
Responsibilities The Registered Nurse functions under the direction
of the Nurse Director/Manager and is responsible for coordination
of safe patient care delivery for specified and diverse patient
The RN assesses patient/family needs, develops and prioritizes
patient goals, evaluates care delivery, and continually revised the
plan of care to meet the biological, emotional, psychosocial,
spiritual, developmental, and educational needs of the
patient/family. The RN Delegates care as appropriate to optimize
patient outcomes. The RN adheres to the Kansas Nurse Practice Act.
Qualifications Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Current
Kansas RN Licensure.
Current BLS certification upon hire.
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