RN/Registered Nurse - Med/Surg (5th Floor) - Nights
Company: St. Francis Health Center
Posted on: June 25, 2022
Overview Position: RN/Registered Nurse - Med/Surg (5th Floor) -
Nights Schedule: 7pm - 7am Location: University Kansas Health
System - St. Francis (Main Campus) Registered Nurses function under
the direction of the Nurse Director/Manager and is responsible for
coordination of safe patient care delivery for specified and
diverse patient populations. 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. 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
You will have the opportunity every day to make a difference in
someone's life and change the course of healthcare. 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 served. Today, the hospital has 378 licensed beds,
a history of technological advancements, and a generous and
supportive community. The UKHS - St. Francis Campus is fully
accredited by the Joint Commission.
We also have the following notable accreditations and
certifications: Advanced Primary Stroke Center Certification
Inpatient Rehab Stroke Certification Chest Pain Accreditation, by
the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care Breast Imaging Center of
Excellence, by the American College of Radiology (CoC)
Accreditation We are an equal employment opportunity employer
without regard to a person's race, color, religion, sex (including
pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national
origin, ancestry, age (40 or older), disability, veteran status or
genetic information. COVID-19 and flu vaccines are required for all
health system employees. Learn more at: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Information - The University of Kansas St. Francis Campus
(kutopeka.com) Responsibilities Registered Nurse (RN) duties
include: The overall direction and supervision of all patient care
during his/her shift.
Demonstrates the knowledge and skill to carry out the nursing
process when providing patient care. Satisfies the established
standards of the nursing practice. Supervises and delegates patient
care tasks to LVN/LPN or CNA and other patient care team members.
Promotes teamwork with physicians and personnel of other
Perform other duties as assigned Accountable for self and
self-actions: Engages in self-evaluation of practice and takes
action to improve knowledge and skills. Promotes consensus building
and applies techniques of conflict resolution and conduct
improvement. Retains accountability for quality of care given to
the patient. What We Offer: Health, Dental, Vision, Disability &
Life Insurance 401K Retirement Plan PTO Student Loan Forgiveness
Tuition Reimbursement Shift Differential (Evening and Night Shift)
Qualifications Requirements: Associates/Bachelor degree in Nursing;
Current Kansas RN licensure Basic Life Support (BLS) certification
At least one year recent experience in a similar healthcare
setting, preferred. Basic computer skills. Familiar with Microsoft
Office (Word, Outlook, Excel) and EPIC software; preferred.
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