Full-Time RN Role in White Plains, NY
White Plains Hospital
Job Schedule: Full Time
Shift : Day
Hours: M-F 7a-7p, EOW and holidate, 13 shifts per month
Salary Range: $105,216- $145,113
- Provide direct patient care as a Registered Nurse.
- Collaborate with patients, family/significant others, peers, physicians, and the interdisciplinary healthcare team in delivering healthcare services.
- Assess patient needs and plan appropriate care.
- Implement and evaluate medical and nursing regimens based on hospital and nursing philosophy, policies/procedures, and standards.
- Demonstrate leadership skills in the role.
- Show commitment to professional accountability and personal growth.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities Includes the Following:
- Understand and adhere to WPH Performance Standards, Policies, and Behaviors.
- Utilize the nursing process to meet age-specific patient needs in all aspects of care.
- Make well-informed decisions and prioritize patient care and unit-based issues.
- Collaborate and communicate effectively with the interdisciplinary healthcare team.
- Integrate patient rights and nursing ethics into work practice.
- Follow infection control standards to minimize nosocomial infections.
- Comply with the Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals.
- Delegate activities according to the State Nurse Practice Act.
- Follow ANA Code of Nursing Ethics & Scope and Standards of Nursing Practice.
- Support and practice within the WPH Professional Nursing Practice Model.
- Contribute to the sustainability and advancement of the Magnet model.
- Participate in Performance Improvement initiatives.
- Complete competency requirements.
- Attend mandatory in-services and staff meetings as required/requested.
- Practice cost containment measures.
- Take on Charge Nurse responsibility as needed.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education & Experience Requirements:
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing with current New York RN license/registration.
- BSN Required for RNs hired after 1/1/18.
- All RNs hired before 1/1/18 will be required to have their BSN (or MSN) by 12/31/21.Proof of BSN (or MSN) must be received by Human Resources by 12/31/21 for verification.
- Knowledge of current nursing, medical and health trends and practices in rendering of patient care.
- One year of acute care nursing experience preferred for areas other than medical surgical or step-down
- BLS certification (through American Heart Association) is required.
- As of January 1st, 2017, ACLS certification (through American Heart Association) is required for all RNs, except for NICU and OR RNs. Current nurses will have 12 months to receive this certification (1/1/18). Current nurses on Mother/Baby will have until 1/1/19 to receive this certification. All newly hired, inexperienced nurses must receive this certification within 12 months. All newly hired, experienced nurses must receive this certification within 6 months.
- PALS certification (through American Heart Association) is required for all RNs working in the PACU, 5I Pediatrics, Emergency Department, Armonk Urgent Care, Ambulatory Surgery and 226 Ambulatory Surgery Center. All newly hired, inexperienced nurses must receive this certification within 12 months. All newly hired, experienced nurses must receive this certification within 6 months.
- NRP certification is required for all RNs working in the Mother-Baby unit, Labor & Delivery and NICU. All newly hired nurses to the NICU, L&D and the Mother-Baby unit must receive this certification within 6 months.
- All registered nurses and advanced practice nurses providing direct oncology care must demonstrate one of the following:
a. Current cancer-specific certification in the nurse’s specialty by an accredited certification program. Oncology nursing certifications that qualify include, but are not limited to: AOCNP®, AOCNS®, AOCN®,BMTCN®, CPHON®, CPON®, CBCN® OCN®
b.Ongoing education by earning 36 cancer-related continuing education nursing contact hours every 3 years (maintained by department manager)
- Registered Nurses in the Emergency Department must complete de-escalation training within 1 year of hire to transfer to the Emergency Department.
- Successful completion of Department and Unit Orientation Program.
- Teamwork & Adaptability
- Acts as a Professional Role Model
- Assessment Skills
- Excellent Communication Skills (both verbal and written)
- Attention to Detail
- Planning & Organizing
- Sound Problem-Solving, Judgment and Decision-Making Skills
- Stress Tolerance