Company: CHI Franciscan St. Michael Medical Center
Posted on: February 22, 2021
Overview: CHI Franciscan Health has exciting and rewarding
careers with competitive salaries and benefits. We are a family of
hospitals, health care services, and medical providers delivering
compassionate care to people throughout the South Puget Sound. We
are part of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the largest
not-for-profit health care systems in the country. St. Michael
Medical Center is looking for an RN to join our team in our NEW
HOSPITAL in Silverdale! This 500,000 Square-foot hospital will be
the most energy efficient hospital in Washington and will provide
an extraordinary healing environment for our patients with
beautiful views of the Olympic Mountains and Dyes Inlet. In
addition, the entire campus has been developed with the well-being
of our team in mind with dedicated respite areas and generous break
areas (see the views!) along with the Clear Creek trail running
through the hospital grounds, encouraging walks and connection with
the community. Be a part of this groundbreaking addition to CHI
Franciscan! St. Michael Medical Center is one of only four
hospitals in our state to achieve Pathway to Excellence
designation, which recognizes health care organizations for their
commitment to ensuring excellence in the nursing profession.
Visit our website at
for 360 degree photos and virtual tour of the new hospital Our
mission is to deliver high quality care that meets our patients'
medical needs while providing emotional and spiritual support to
patients and their families. We believe this three-part approach -
physical, emotional, and spiritual - is essential to healing the
whole person. Come join our team!
Responsibilities Job Summary:This position is responsible for
providing Perioperative nursing care of all patient populations
undergoing surgical procedures, to include ambulatory, acute and
chronic patient care. Assumes responsibility and accountability for
the direct and indirect implementation of the patient's plan of
care in the PACU. Essential Duties:Identifies the post-surgery
patient at risk for complications and provides appropriate
interventions. Performs a systematic and thorough physical
assessment based upon knowledge of the post-surgery
physiology.Manages patients with invasive lines and equipment
(i.e., arterial lines, Swan Ganz lines and chest tubes).Assesses
patient to include physical, psychosocial, cultural,
behavioral/emotional, developmental and spiritual needs. Gathers
data relevant for patient care. Implements appropriate patient
interventions and evaluates outcomes. Plans care appropriately
based on needs identified during initial and on-going assessments.
Provides holistic, comprehensive, and professional nursing care to
patient within the scope of practice. Implements appropriate
patient interventions and evaluates outcomes.Cultural Sensitivity
and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of available communication
tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the
culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication,
collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.
Patient Populations Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper
skills associated with the department's defined specific
populations served.Demonstrates competent professional practice and
engages in opportunities for professional growth. Demonstrates
accountability to meet stated deadlines for all mandatory
requirements.Documents care delivered and patient status utilizing
the nursing process in accordance with FHS standards of care, for
example, changes in patient condition, patient responses to
intervention and reassessments of pertinent findings. Receives and
assures appropriateness, accuracy, timeliness and execution of
physician orders.Prepares patient for examination/procedure.
Routinely explains delays.
Qualifications Job Requirements: Graduation from an accredited
school of nursing, BSN preferredMinimum of 2 years current
experience in an acute care requiredInpatient PACU setting within
the last 3 years strongly preferred Experience with airway
emergencies, (i.e. laryngospasms, airway obstruction, stridor and
arrest).Current licensure as a Registered Nurse issued by the
Washington State Board of Nursing.Current American Heart
Association Healthcare Provider BLS Certification.Advanced Cardiac
Life Support (ACLS).Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
certification within six months of date of hire. Certified
Perianesthesia Nurse (CPAN) or Certified Ambulatory Peranesthesia
Nurse (CAPA) preferred.
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Associated topics: bsn, cardiothoracic, intensive care, maternal,
nurse clinical, nurse rn, psychiatric, recovery, surgery,
Keywords: CHI Franciscan St. Michael Medical Center, Seattle , Nurse Orthopedics, Healthcare , Silverdale, Washington
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