RN- Dialysis- Taylor

Henry Ford Hospital Taylor , MI 48180

Posted 2 months ago

Location:

Taylor Dialysis

24565 Haig Rd

Taylor, Mi. 48180

Do you love patient focused healthcare? Do you want the opportunity to get to know your patients better? Do you like being part of a team that you can count on? Do you want to be part of an

organization where you matter and can make a positive difference?

Working at Greenfield Health Systems is about making a difference-each and every day.

Come join our team. We're hardworking, dedicated, and know that what we do makes a difference. We pride ourselves on a culture where safety is number one and where a job well done does not go unnoticed. Our team members are always encouraged to become the best they can be through growth and education.

In addition to the great benefits provided by Henry Ford Health System, you will also have the opportunity to:

  • Attend an annual Renal Care Symposium that is free to our team members and offer Continuing Education Credits

  • Learn a new Specialty

  • Expand your nursing skills

  • Further your career by participating in a Nursing Program for Advancing Care (NPAC)

  • Become Dialysis Certified

Highlights:

  • 40 hours a week.

  • Full time benefits.

  • 4- ten hour shifts a week.

  • Rotating weekends.

General Summary:

Functions include admission and ongoing assessments of patients utilizing physical and psychosocial assessment skills, diagnostic data, and medical evaluations. Evaluates effectiveness of care provided as related to short and long term patient goals. Develops a plan for patient care including actions in anticipation of individual patient needs. Implements nursing actions and medical orders to meet complex needs of patients and significant others, taking into account their age specific psychosocial and educational needs. Documents care provided and patient responses to care in appropriate forms in the patient's record. Assumes Charge Nurse responsibilities and accountability for care provided by LPNs and non-licensed technical personnel as assigned. Leadership abilities are demonstrated in the following: functioning as a professional role model, consumer relations, communication skills, problem solving, decision making, and assistance in orienting and training personnel.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Graduate of state approved school of nursing required.

  • Current State of Michigan RN licensure required.

  • Prior to assuming charge responsibilities, must have at least 12 months experience in nursing care including 3 months experience providing nursing care to maintenance Hemodialysis patients.

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