Feb 01, 2024

ED Registered Nurse, Seasonal PRN

  • San Juan Regional Medical Center
  • Farmington, NM, USA
General Nursing

Job Description

locationsSan Juan Regional Medical Center
time typePart time
posted onPosted Today
job requisition idR0006266

Love what you do; Love where you live

The Registered Nurse (RN) is a sincerely caring and compassionate professional and assumes accountability in utilizing the nursing process to provide dynamic patient management.

Required Behaviors:
• As you go about fulfilling this mission, your work habits and work relationships should embody SJRMC's values. These values are our culture, our identity as an organization. Sacred Trust, Personal Reverence, Thoughtful Anticipation, Team Accountability, and Creative Vitality ask more of us than merely completing some list of tasks. Our values ask for a deeper level of commitment, and what is asked of us we freely give because we believe in our mission.

Required Qualifications:

• Current licensure by the State Board of Nursing of New Mexico or compact (multi-state) license
• Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
• Must meet the requirements for obtaining and maintaining life support certifications as outlined in the Life Support Certification policy

Preferred Qualifications:

• As indicated on job posting

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Provides individualized patient care

• Maintains clinical competency appropriate for the area of practice
• Prioritizes patient care based on acuity and assures continuity of safe/effective care of patients
• Understands and follows policy and procedure in addition to meeting licensure requirements
• Maintains responsiveness to current safety and quality initiatives and sustains improvement
• Builds productive interpersonal relationships in every encounter
• Demonstrates teamwork and delegates appropriately to other team members
• Actively participates in the department
• Proactively seeks continued growth and development
• Supports the philosophy of San Juan Regional Medical Center by facilitating the cooperation of the hospital staff in a multi-disciplinary approach to problem solving
• Upholds established Core Values, Standards of Practice, Standards of Care, philosophy, and goals of the Nursing Department and organization
• Serves as a role model to staff by demonstrating a positive attitude and holistic approach to patient care and a commitment to the nursing process
• Assesses patient conditions and nursing needs utilizing the nursing process
• Is able to deliver interdisciplinary care to patients across the lifespan: OB/Peds through the nursing process of assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation and appropriately documents the care of assigned patients
• Sets expected outcomes/goals and prescribes appropriate nursing interventions in cooperation with the patient, the patient’s family and/or the significant other
• Uses advanced and specialized knowledge and skills to proficiently assess, plan, implement, evaluate and document the care of assigned patients
• Assesses the patient/family significant other’s educational needs and develops an appropriate plan to meet the needs as evidenced by documentation on the Patient’s Plan of Care
• Follows guidelines described in the Ethics and Compliance Code of Conduct Compliance Plan
• Demonstrates an understanding of DNV accrediting process as it pertains to his/her position and responsibilities and responds accordingly
• Performs other duties as assigned
• Each employee is responsible for implementing SJRMC’s Service Standards into their daily work:
Safety, Courtesy, Effectiveness, and Stewardship

Physical Requirements and Environmental Working Conditions:

• Must be able to see with corrective eyewear and hear clearly with assistance
• Must be able to walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist frequently
• Must be able to lift greater than fifty (50) pounds and push up to three hundred (300) pounds frequently
• Potential exposure to blood and bodily fluids
• Meet OSHA training requirements
• Special Demands:
o Set limits when dealing with angry, hostile, or sometimes verbally or physically abusive patients and families in an attempt to ensure a safe, respectful environment that will support the delivery of care
o Effectively cope and strive for balance when caring for acutely ill patients and families