Details:The 6North Oncology unit cares for young adult through geriatric oncology and hematology patients through out the varying stages of their disease process. The unit may also receive general med/surg overflow patients. The Registered Nurse (RN) is a professional caregiver who uses the nursing process to provide and direct patient care for a group of patients for a designated time frame. Consistently demonstrates competence, compliance and accurate documentation during care delivery in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act, Standards of Practice, and Hospital & Departmental Policies and Procedures. Routinely cares for patients and families needs and/or performs department specific activities with excellent organizational skill, efficiency and appropriate fiscal accountability. Continuously synthesizes and evaluates assessment data to gain a comprehensive clinical picture and effectively uses supervisory skills and nursing process to independently and collaboratively anticipate, intervene and deliver excellent patient care. Actively contributes to clean, safe, positive and professional work and patient care environment. Actively participates in professional development, professional organizations, unit counsels, quality improvement initiatives promoting personal and institutional growth and improvements.12 hour shift availableDetails:,Must maintain current Texas RN License National oncology certification preferred. BLS and ACLS required Associated topics: care, coronary, intensive care, maternal, mhb, neonatal, recovery, registered nurse, tcu, transitional Associated topics: asn, bsn, cardiothoracic, domiciliary, intensive, intensive care, mhb, neonatal, surgical, unit
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