Registered Nurse 3 (E S WSNA)This position supports providers in the Digestive Health Center (DHC) caring for a specialized group of patients with Gastrointestinal (GI) conditions. This is a unique role within the department – it is specialized to both clinical and pre- post procedure care and provides the candidate with a range of duties and a level or responsibility that encourages professional collaboration, growth and development. This position also supports and works in conjunction with the operations of the DHC.Registered Nurses perform duties under general direction. RN provides patient care and coordination of services through assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation of safe, therapeutic care. Communicates with providers and team members about patient's clinical condition, including symptoms and results of diagnostic tests. Completes follow-up as directed by provider. As a member of the health care team, the Registered Nurse helps to create a culture of professional excellence and helps to maintain an environment that respects cultural, economic, and ethnic and lifestyle differences of patients and staff. General supervision is provided by the manager or designee. Duties & ResponsibilitiesParticipates in the provision of health care services to patients attending the Digestive Health Center
Supervises the Clinical Operations and Case Management TeamoPerforms/Participates in annual evaluationsoCollaborates with the department manager to complete or facilitate the performance review process. Mentors staff in the utilizing the peer review process.oPromotes a high functioning environment that fosters continuing learning and professional development such as assisting staff in identifying and meeting their ongoing educational needs.oPromotes shared unit based practice decision making and demonstrates the ability to collaborate, compromise and fully support decisions made at the unit and nursing leadership levels.oDemonstrates ability to provide
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