Nov 04, 2020

Registered Nurse (RN) PRN - Hospice

  • Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
  • Spartanburg, SC, USA

Job Description

Summary

Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home is a 15-bed specialty inpatient facility for patients under hospice care. The Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home is fully staffed 24/7 to provide care for patients and families. Hospice provides a team approach for expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support tailored each patient. Our RNs work together within a multidisciplinary team to provide our patients with the best care. Our teams include: Attending physician, RN/Case Manager, Personal Care Technician/Hospice Aide, Medical Social Worker, Chaplain, etc.

The Registered Nurse recognizes and addresses patient needs or issues to achieve the highest level of patient satisfaction, quality and outcomes. The Registered Nurse provides, directs and coordinates professional nursing care for all patients following established clinical nursing standards and practices. The Registered Nurse demonstrates critical thinking skills, scientific judgment, and leadership in the anticipation and planning for the care of the patient. The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. Collaborates with other professional disciplines to ensure effective and efficient patient care delivery and the achievement of desired patient outcomes.

Education:

Associates of Nursing required, Bachelors of Nursing preferred

Licenses/Certificates:
• Current RN License to practice in South Carolina or Compact Licensure Agreement.
• Certifications required upon hire or prior to patient care being rendered: BLS and ACLS

We invite you to apply if you are seeking an opportunity to make a difference! Our long tenured team of excellent Hospice RNs are hardworking, supportive, compassionate with excellent clinical skills. We enjoy partnering with patients and their families to impact care during the need for hospice care.