Registered Nurses - various positions
Company: Prairie Band Health Services
Posted on: November 19, 2021
We are hiring for a variety of positions! Registered nurses
shall provide services as follows:
Observing and assessing the patient's clinical condition,
recognizing, identifying, and interpreting serious situations and
immediately deciding and taking appropriate action.
Formulating a nursing diagnosis.
Developing a plan of care for individual patients by interviewing
patients and family members, reviewing the patient's health record,
and determing the kind of health and physical care required,
including discharge planning.
Initiating appropriate measures in emergency situations when
physician is not immediately available.
Operating and monitoring general and specialized nursing equipment
utilized in their respective departments; Ambulatory Care,
Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Emergency Room (ER), General Medical
Surgical (Med/Surg), and Obstetrical (OB) Department.
Administering therapeutic measures and medications as prescribed by
Planning, providing and documenting the teaching of patients and
families in preventive, curative and rehab measures.
Recording observations, nursing interventions, therapeutic measure
administered and the status of coordinated activities between
nursing and other professional disciplines.
Nurses possessing the proper education and training may administer
Age specific competencies will be completed.
Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Joint
Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
mandatory in-services will be completed.
Indian Health Service required training
All nurses shall report to the assigned department prior to work
and report off at the end of their assigned shift.
All nurses shall complete all medical records documentation and
will be provided with the information necessary to complete the
medical records prior to working as required by the hospital policy
and procedures. Nurses may be required to utilize the Electronic
Health Records system.
Nurses shall complete orientation & competencies, this
documentation will be submitted to Chief Nurse Executive and/or
designee prior to scheduling a shift.
Proper and adequate services for patient care shall be in
accordance with standard of nursing practices and shall be equal in
quality to services normally performed for the general public in a
Joint Commission Accreditation for Healthcare Organization
accredited facility. ? Ability to speak, understand, ready and
write English fluently.
Nurses shall read, understand, speak, and write English to
effectively communicate with patients and other health care
workers, and shall be respectful of the local, American Indian and
Alaska Native culture.
Nurses shall have proficient knowledge, skills, and abilities to
use a computer.
Nurses shall have a minimum of an Associate's Degree in Nursing. A
minimum of twelve (12) months relevant experience within the last
twenty-three (23) months is preferred. All nurses shall possess a
current, valid, unrestricted nursing license within the Continental
United States throughout the term of this contract. Nurse Specialty
Board Certification is preferred for each appropriate duty section
at the time of employment and throughout the term of this contract.
Nurses shall possess a valid state driver's license throughout the
duration of this contract. Nurses shall have the physical ability
to perform assigned tasks, are able to lift fifty (50) pounds and
are able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
Nurses shall also provide the following immunization documentation
(vaccinations are to be complete prior to assignment and will not
be administered by the Government):
Immunity to Rubella, Mumps, Measles
Influenza vaccine (Annually)
Immunity to Hepatitis A and B (A signed delineation of the
Hepatitis B vaccination series will be accepted)
History of chicken pox disease or positive titer
Tetanus Diphtheria (Td) within the last 5 years
Documentation of receiving a TB skin test (PPD) within the past 12
months with documentation of follow-up for a positive test.
Additional Requirements: In addition to the above-mentioned
professional qualifications registered nurses assigned to each
specialized department listed below shall meet the following
additional certifications and requirements.
Ambulatory Care and Community Outreach Nursing
Certifications/Requirements: --- Minimum of 1 year experience
required, 2 years' experience preferred within the past 12 months
--- Basic Life Support (BLS) is required --- Case Management
Obstetrical Nursing Certifications/ Requirements: --- Minimum 2
years full-time Obstetrics specific experience although 5 yrs.
experience preferred, within the past 23 months, with a minimum of
3 of those years occurring at a tertiary level facility --- Current
Basic Life Support (BLS) Advanced Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric
Advanced Life Support (PALS), Neonatal Resuscitation Provider (NRP)
and STABLE (Sugar, Temperature, Airway, Blood Pressure, Labs, and
Emotional Support), Fetal Heart Monitoring are mandatory for
Obstetrical/Gynecology duty sections. --- Certified RNC-OB
preferred --- Planning, scheduling and providing comprehensive
antepartum and postpartum nursing care for women and newborns in an
General Medical/ Surgical Nursing Certifications/Requirements: ---
Minimum 2 years' experience required although 4 years is preferred
of full-time Med/Surg or Ambulatory Care/Clinic specific experience
that has occurred within the past 23 months with a minimum of one
of those years occurring at a tertiary level facility. --- Current
Basic Life Support (BLS) Advanced Life Support (ACLS) are required.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Basic Dysrhythmia are
Emergency Department Nursing Certifications/ Duties and
Responsibilities: --- Minimum 3 years' experience required although
4 years is preferred of full-time Emergency Department specific
experience that has occurred within the past 23 months with a
minimum of two of those years occurring at a tertiary level
facility preferred. --- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Advanced
Life Support (ACLS) Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) required
with Trauma Nurse Critical Care (TNCC) certification complete or in
progress, and Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course, Basic Dysrhythmia
are mandatory for Emergency Department duty sections (complete or
in progress). --- Certified Emergency Nurse through the Emergency
Nurses Association --- Recognizes and determines proper action for
medical emergencies. --- Provides highly specialized patient care
in a difficult specialty area, such as intensive care or critical
care, etc. --- Responsible and accountable for prescribing,
delegating, and coordinating nursing care of patients receiving
care in the Emergency Department. Intensive Care Unit Nursing
Certifications/Duties and Responsibilities: --- Current Basic Life
Support (BLS) Advanced Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life
Support (PALS), Basic Dysrhythmia and/or 12 lead EKG interpretation
with certificate are mandatory for Intensive Care Unit duty
Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) complete or in progress. ---
Certification as a Critical Care RN (CCRN) complete or in progress.
--- Minimum 3 years' experience as an RN required with 4-5 year's
experience preferred, within at least 23 months and required
minimum of 2 years of tertiary ICU experience --- Develop,
implement, evaluate and revise patient care plans to meet the needs
of assigned patients in the Intensive Care Unit. --- Provide care
appropriate to the age of the patients served by applying growth
and development principles to assess and interpret data about the
patient's status in order to identify patient needs and provide the
care needed. --- Operate, monitor and interpret results for general
medical and critical care equipment such as infusion pumps,
ventilators and other respiratory equipment. --- Monitor and/or
administer therapy to a cardiac, respiratory compromised or
hemodynamically unstable patient. --- Professional knowledge of
nursing care principles, procedures, ethics, practices and
processes required to assess nursing needs of assigned patients in
the Intensive Care Unit. --- Responsible and accountable for
prescribing, delegating, and coordinating nursing care of patients
receiving care in the ambulatory care setting. --- Recognizes and
determines proper action for medical emergencies. --- Provides
highly specialized patient care in a difficult specialty area, such
as intensive care or critical care, etc
Prairie Band Health Services is subject to Title 22: Employment
Code of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation. In accordance with
Title 22, this position is designated as a TIER 1 position.
Preference will be given to individuals to the extent required
pursuant to Section 22-2-4(B). To be considered for employment with
Indian Preference, documentation is required to be provided at time
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