Responsible to develop an overall view of patients, family and caregivers by establishing strong partnerships dedicated to optimal care. Demonstrates clinical judgment by proactively leading patient’s progression throughout the continuum of care using predefined clinical milestones, targets and expected outcomes. Facilitates and coordinates collaborative rounds directing and prioritizing physician/provider workflow throughout the hospital inpatient environment. Facilitates the delivery of optimal patient care through collaboration, critical thinking and prioritization with the bedside care delivery team. In conjunction with the patient, the patient’s physician and other members of the health team, revise and implement a care plan that will address the identified needs, remove the barriers and improve the health of the patient. Incorporates multiple data sources to eliminate barriers to delivering timely appropriate level of care. Acts in accordance with physician orders, established hospital and departmental policies and procedures, American Nurses Association Standards of Clinical Practice, Indiana Nurse Practice Act, and the ANA Code of Ethics.
Must obtain Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) within three years of employment or will not be eligible to continue in the role. Coursework is completed outside of work hours. Nurses with an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN), hired/rehired or transferred from a non-nursing position prior to 12/1/17 are grandfathered into the role and not required to obtain BSN.
Valid Indiana Registered Nurse license required. Must have current CPR certification. Additional certifications may be required for specified areas.
Must have 2-3 years of experience in area of specialty before applying for role.
Must have good verbal and written communication skills.