This position is eligible for a sign-on bonus.
Independently plans and provides excellent professional nursing care for patients in accordance with physician orders, established outpatient and departmental policies and procedures, American Nurses Association Standards of Clinical Practice, Nurse Practice Act - in respective working state, and the ANA Code of Ethics.
PPG Urogynecology is passionate about the nurse’s role in accompanying patients through both the physical and emotional aspects of women’s healthcare. In addition to independently carrying out provider’s standing orders and care pathways, our nurses assist physicians in the planning and implementation of in-office procedures (including bladder instillations, voiding trials, urodynamics, cystoscopy, urethral Botox injection, etc.), and act as clinical scribe to support and supplement the physician’s documentation. Urogyn RNs should possess robust clinical skill and judgement; desire to continually learn and expand their knowledge base; champion a commitment to a collaborative approach to patient care; possess strong interpersonal and communication skills; and purpose to elevate the patient’s experience and well-being.
PPG Urogynecology is proud of it’s a commitment to a strong team atmosphere and desires to continue to foster a kind, supportive and engaging team culture. Every co-worker is encouraged to contribute to the clinic’s success by operating at the top of one’s scope and ability. Leadership desires to facilitate an environment that allows for growth both personally and professionally.
Must be a graduate of a School of Nursing. Must complete hospital General Orientation, Patient Care Orientation and PPG office specific orientation as provided and required.
Must have current state Registered Nurse license. Must have current CPR certification.
Must have sufficient previous clinical experience (during training) in area of assignment. Additional experience required depending on area of practice.
Must have good verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to lift 50 pounds, assist with 100 pounds. Lifting requirements may be heavier for specified departments.