At Ogden Regional Medical Center be part of a team that is compassionate and provides quality care. There are great opportunities to learn and expand your nursing career.
While serving as a cornerstone amongst the northern Utah communities for the past 60 years, Ogden Regional Medical Center has created a deeply-rooted tradition of excellence and caring. The 240-bed facility provides a full spectrum of top-quality services, including a Level II trauma center, certified stroke center, cancer treatment center, alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center, and much more. Nationally recognized, Ogden Regional's maternity care ranks in the nation's top 5 percent, and its cardiology services include accreditation in echocardiography, atrial fibrillation, chest pain and heart failure.
Ogden Regional is part of HCA's network of more than 300 affiliate hospitals, outpatient centers and business offices across the country. HCA and Ogden Regional are all about caring for people, and that care extends to patients, families and employees.
Ogden Regional sits at the heart of the mountains, with more than six ski resorts within an hour's drive. Home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Ogden offers the lure of outdoor living and the culture of city life. Plus, with a great university down the road and many schools within driving distance, this hospital offers a central location to meet the whole family's needs.
The Intermediate Care Unit (IMC) is a 24 bed critical care step down unit.
The Intermediate Care RN is responsible for processing and coordinating the flow of updated patient information and unit activity. This position deals with confidential information of a critical nature on a routine basis.
Complete nursing assessments on individual patients by observation and interaction with patient/significant others to identify physical and psychosocial.
Does complete and accurate patient admission assessment within the guidelines by the Patient Care Policy on Physical Assessments.
Completes prescribed nursing interventions and procedures within state practice guidelines.
Evaluates and documents each patient's response to medications, interventions, and procedures. Assists in formulation, coordination, and implementation of the patient's Plan of Care based on the assessment of their individual needs.
Safely and accurately administers medication and IV solutions by utilizing e-MAR scanning. Acts in accordance with their professional licensure and hospital policy. Maintains patient safety during all aspects of nursing intervention and documents safety measures in patient's medical record.
Responds appropriately to all emergencies, and follows standard precautions for all patients.
Current licensure as an RN in the state of Utah or RN Compact license required.
Current Basic Dysrhythmia ACLS and NIH Stoke Scale certification are required within first 6 months employment and ongoing, along with CPR for Healthcare Providers certification.
Required to have graduated from an accredited Registered Nursing program.
Hospital mandatory education for employment in Critical Care.
6 months clinical nursing experience or the equivalent required.
The employee will have frequent interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other departments, patients and their families. They must have the sensitivity, maturity, and the ability to communicate with others.