Welcome to Centura Health – the largest health ecosystem in Colorado and Kansas. Welcome to living your mission among thousands of people on fire to live theirs too. Welcome to options and possibility where you can chart the direction and flow of your career. Welcome to the freedom to believe in what you believe, and welcome to a family guided by shared values and a commitment to extending the healing ministry of Christ. Welcome to extremely important industry challenges and opportunities to solve complex problems. Welcome to highly intelligent teams and overflowing community. And welcome to wholeness of mind, body and spirit. Welcome to Centura Health.
Centura Health's nurses have the right resources and leadership to practice at the top of their license with an organization that is consistently raising the bar on care excellence. Our system includes several Magnet®-designated facilities (with more hospitals on the Magnet® journey) and provides nurses with development, cross-training and options to flex and advance throughout their career journey.
Assumes responsibility and accountability for facilitating, communicating, and collaborating with both the healthcare team, and the patient/family to identify and meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient. Promotes the optimal health, well-being and safety of the patient through use of the nursing process and in accordance with patient care standards, guidelines and the State Nurse Practice Act. Demonstrates personal accountability for relationship-based care, organizational mission, and core values.
In addition to bringing your whole self to the workplace each day, qualified candidates will need the following:
Physical Requirements - Medium Work - (Exert up to 50lbs force occasionally, and/or up to 20lbs frequently, and/or up to 10lbs constantly)
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Step-down department at St. Anthony Hospital is also called the Progressive Care Unit, a 16-bed unit providing step down/intermediate (IMC) providing care to a variety of patients from all ICU specialties, ED and Med/Surg units. We have a large cardiac/cardiac surgery population (ex. Watchmen, CABG, MVR/AVR, AAA repair patients who may have chest tubes and external pacemakers) who transfer to the unit as early as post-op day one and stay through their hospitalization. We admit a variety of trauma patients and will also see strokes, TBIs, respiratory failure and medical patients. We have a great team who is fun and succeeds in a challenging environment. Our department is a great jumping off unit and is an area to learn and be challenged while seeing a variety of patient populations.