Clear Lake Regional Medical Center Webster, TX
Registered Nurse -Medical Surgical Overflow Unit
Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, where sophisticated, world-class medicine meets the comfort, care, and convenience of a community hospital. For more than 40 years, Clear Lake Regional Medical Center has been providing high-quality, cost-effective, comprehensive healthcare to the Bay Area Houston region.
Some of the services provided at Clear Lake Regional Medical Center include:
Breast Diagnostic Center
Level III emergency department
ACR-accredited imaging center
Neuroscience and neurology
Minimally-invasive and robotic surgery
Wound treatment center
Women's and Children's Center
Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, a Top Performer on Joint Commission Key Qualities, opened its doors in 1972. Today, we have approximately 2,000 staff members and 900 physicians in multiple specialties more talent and experience than any other hospital in the region.
Clear Lake Regional Medical Center is currently looking for a Registered Nurse (RN) for their M/S Overflow Unit.
Shift: Nights Rotating Weekends
Responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care for assigned patients.
Responsible for meeting the Standards of Practice for the Rehabilitation Unit and managing all assigned personnel, supplies, and equipment.
Participates in activities to plan, measure, asses and improve the quality of patient care.
Instructs patients/families regarding the disease process.
Responsible for additional admission paperwork specific to the Rehabilitation Unit.
Participates in weekly patient care conferences, as needed.
Assumes the responsibility of charging the unit, as needed.
Responsible for maintaining customer friendly atmosphere.
Scans supplies from P.O.U.area
Six months Med Surg nursing experience preferred.
B.S. Nursing preferred.
Educational requirements appropriate for meeting population-specific needs of patients assigned to the Rehab Unit.
Current Texas licensure with State Board Of Nurse Examiners.
Current BCLS certification from the American Heart Association required.