RN - Registered Nurse

Trilogy Health Services Springfield , OH

Posted 2 weeks ago

LIFE AT TRILOGY:

Trilogy Health Services was founded in December 1997 and is an innovative, dynamic senior living company based out of Louisville, KY. We are a Fortune Best Places to Work in Aging Services, a certified Great Place to Work, and one of Glassdoor's Top 100 Best Companies to Work. Trilogy has over 110 locations and continues to grow across IN, OH, MI and KY. We offer an outstanding opportunity for a motivated and focused individual to join our growing company and experience the Trilogy Difference. We care for you while you care for others. #C4U

Team Trilogy - It's Where You Belong!

Trilogy Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:

Are you an RN hunting for a job where you can show off your skills, get your student loans paid for, and work with some of the best people in healthcare? Then Trilogy is where you belong!

Our campus is one of over 120 Trilogy Senior Living communities across the Midwest. We treat clinically complex patients, have access to the latest technology available in our industry, and offer a list of benefits a mile long. Plus, we are Great Place to Work certified and one of Glassdoor's Top 100 Best Places to Work. If you need more reasons to apply, here are a few:

What's in it for you?

  • Student loan repayment, paid tuition, scholarships & tuition reimbursement

  • Wage increases EVERY quarter

  • No agency staffing - we're 100% Team Trilogy

  • Competitive salaries and weekly pay

  • Bonus for attendance, referrals, gas and more

  • Shift Differentials, 8 & 12-hour shifts offered

  • Free CEUs

  • Monthly employee celebrations

  • And so much more!

What you'll be doing:

  • Deliver direct nursing care to residents and provide clinical supervision of the care staff assigned on your unit.

  • Apply the nursing process to ensure continuity of care from admission through discharge and returning to family/community.

  • Perform the clinical role of patient educator, caregiver, counselor, consultant, and patient advocate.

  • Observe, evaluate, and report (when necessary) each resident's physical and emotional status to develop care plans based on assessments.

  • Identify resident problems and emergency situations, initiate immediate "life-saving" measures in the absence of a physician.

  • Administer and document medication/treatments and accurately record all care provided.

WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

  • Hold a Registered Nurse (RN) degree or diploma from an accredited college/university

  • Must have and maintain a current and valid RN state license and CPR certification

  • Should be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations, and guidelines that pertain to long-term care

LOCATION:Wooded Glen Health CampusSpringfieldOhioTEXT ONE OF OUR RECRUITERS:Lindsay (419) 614-0202

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RN - Registered Nurse

Trilogy Health Services