PRN Registered Nurse: Acute Care Division (Night Shift)
COVID-19 and flu vaccines are required for all health system employees. Learn more.
Position Summary / Career Interest:
The PRN Registered Nurse provides professional nursing care through assessment and accurate documentation, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation for the comfort and well-being of patients; carries out a plan of care specific to unit competencies for the target patient population; coordinates care delivery and education through collaboration with patient, family and all health care team providers to ensure safe, effective and quality patient care; follows organizational policies in providing safe patient care; performs other duties as assigned.
Unit 51- General Surgery: Looking for night position but open to variable hours.
The Unit 51 nursing staff collaborate with trauma, general, and plastic surgery
teams in order to provide high quality care to complex medical-surgical patients on this 27 bed unit. The nursing staff use technology, such as telemetry, and have a wealth of resources to provide the most technically advanced care to the patient population served on this unit. Trauma patients receive care for injuries sustained in motor vehicle crashes and falls, as well as injuries related to personal violence. General
surgery patients encompass include
a wide variety of laparoscopic and open abdomen and bowel procedures. Plastics
patients include those in need of complex wound care and wound reconstruction.
Unit 64- Renal & Organ Transplant: Looking for night position but open to variable hours. Nurses on this 24 bed unit provide compassionate, comprehensive care to critically ill patients throughout all phases of the organ transplant continuum. As a member of the transplant care team, nurses provide specialized care to patients who are awaiting a lifesaving organ transplant as well as those recovering from organ transplant surgery. The Center for Transplant at The University of Kansas Hospital is the largest and most successful transplant program in the region. Nurses on Unit 64 have the opportunity to work as a vital member of a nationally recognized program specializing in the care of liver, kidney and pancreas transplant patients.
- Provides professional nursing care through assessment and accurate documentation, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation for the comfort and well-being of patients.
- Carries out a plan of care specific to unit competencies for the target patient population.
- Coordinates care delivery and education through collaboration with patient, family, and all health care team providers to ensure safe, effective and quality patient care.
- Follows organizational policies in providing safe patient care.
*Must be able to perform the professional, clinical and or technical competencies of the assigned unit or department.
*Note: These statements are intended to describe the essential functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities. Skills and duties may vary dependent upon your department or unit. Other duties may be assigned as required.
- Associate's Degree in Nursing
- For ADN prepared nurses hired after February 24, 2017, must complete BSN degree by the fifth anniversary of employment as an RN with UKHA
- Registered Nurse in State of Kansas
- Minimum one year of experience as a Registered Nurse
- Basic Cardiac Life Support - BLS or BCLS - American Heart Association
- LRN - RN Licensed Registered Nurse - State Nursing Board
Job Requisition ID:
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.
Need help finding the right job?
We can recommend jobs specifically for you! Create a custom Job Alert by selecting criteria that suit your career interests.