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Travel Nurse RN - NICU in College Station, TX

Company: Infojini Healthcare
Location: College Station
Posted on: July 6, 2024

Job Description:

ID: Shift: 12 HR Nights 19:00-07:00 Description: Job Specific Notes: RN NICU NightsFacility: Baylor Scott and White Hospital- College Station, TXDepartment: Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)Shift/Status: Full Time, 36 hrs/wkSchedule: Night Shift (7pm-7am), self- schedulingIntensive Care UnitPatient Population: Neonates of all gestational ages.# of beds: 16Patient Ratios: 1:2 and 1:3Baylor Scott & White Health College Station is a private, non-profit, 143-bed, multi-specialty hospital. The Medical Center is a certified advanced primary stroke center, a certified chest pain center as well as a Level III Trauma Center. We also have the only Level III NICU designation in Brazos Valley. Additionally, we have achieved the American Nurse Credentialing Magnet Designation. This is a hospital that works for you and exceeds all expectations! Don t just take our word for it, let us show you a career that s worth bragging about. We welcome applicants who will serve faithfully, act honestly, never settle, and recognize that we are in it together to deliver world-class healthcare.About UsAt Baylor Scott & White Health, we promote well-being for everyone. It's the largest healthcare system in Texas that encourages healthy living.Our Core Values are:We Serve faithfully by doing what's right with a joyful heart.We never settle by constantly striving for better.We are in it together by supporting one another and those we serve.We make an impact by taking initiative and delivering exceptional experience.BenefitsOur competitive benefits package empowers you to live well and on day 1 for all benefitsDollar-for-dollar 401(k) match, up to 5%Debt-free tuition assistance, offering accessto many no-cost and low-cost degrees, certificates and moreImmediate access to time off benefitsAt Baylor Scott & White Health, your well-being is our top priority. Visit to learn about all of our programs that supports mind, body and spiritJob SummaryAs a Registered Nurse, will oversee patient care provided by the healthcare team using a professional practice model. Your responsibilities include patient assessment, recognizing health issues, creating care plans, and assessing patient responses. What You'll DoYou, as an RN, will conduct detailed clinical assessments, prioritize patient and family needs, create, implement, and evaluate care plans. Adjust plans to reach desired outcomes.Building relationships, managing discomfort, staying professional are vital in therapeutic connections with patients and families.Creating care plans reflecting values aids in resolving issues.You will help educate patients, families, nurses, and community members to empower them with knowledge for better healthcare choices. Assess and document learning needs regularly.Work with colleagues and community to create a care plan. Delegate tasks carefully and follow up promptly.You'll use different strategies for problem-solving with patients, families, and staff. Recognize limitations and prioritize safety, effectiveness, and efficiency in patient care planning and delivery.Achieve goals through teamwork, recognize contributions, commit to growth. Contribute to peers' development, show community service commitment.What Will Make You Successful In The RoleA deep understanding of nursing and patient care standards, as well as procedures.Know nursing laws, rules, standards, and guidelines in your area. Understand hospital procedures and rules.Proficiency in medical terms, focusing on health, disease prevention, management, common meds, and their side effects.Respect for medical and professional nursing ethics and patient privacy rights.Exceptional communication skills, allowing for clear expression of thoughts both verbally and in writing.Positive social skills to facilitate interactions with a diverse range of parties.Excellent problem-solving capabilities, driving effective critical thinking.Basic computer skills, encompassing areas such as Microsoft Office, information security, scheduling and payroll systems, electronic medical documentation, and email.Belonging StatementWe think everyone should feel welcomed, valued, and supported. Our workforce should mirror the communities we serve.QualificationsGrad of an Accredited ProgramSpecialized field of study should be nursing.A current and valid nursing license.Must have BLS certification or get it within 30 days of starting in this role.QUALIFICATIONSEDUCATION - Grad of an Accredited ProgramMAJOR - NursingCERTIFICATION/LICENSE/REGISTRATIONRegistered Nurse (RN)Basic Life Support (BLS): BLS or BLS within 30 days of hire or transfer.Description for Job for the care and treatment of newborn infants suffering from illness or prematurity, as well as caring for their parents and guardians. Provide round-the-clock care for the basic and medical needs of newborn infants in the NICU. Assist the NICU physicians in medical procedures and treatments. Guaranteed Hours: Contract Weeks:91

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