Charge RN Emergency
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- Employment Type: Full Time
- Department: Emergency Services
- Hours/Pay Period: 72
The posted compensation range of $38.51 - $62.67 /hour is a reasonable estimate that extends from the lowest to the highest pay CommonSpirit in good faith believes it might pay for this particular job, based on the circumstances at the time of posting. CommonSpirit may ultimately pay more or less than the posted range as permitted by law.
Current Incentives for qualifying external Nurses with a 2 year commitment
- Up to a $20,000Sign on Bonus (prorated by FTE- min 0.6 FTE required); Lump sum payment within 30 days of start)
- Up to $25,000 inEducation Loan Forgiveness for qualifying loans
- Up to a $20,000 RN Residency Completion Bonus for qualifying RN Residents
- Relocation Assistance for experienced RNs
Virginia Mason Franciscan Health brings together two award-winning health systems in Washington state CHI Franciscan and Virginia Mason. As one integrated health system with the most patient access points in western Washington, our team includes 18,000 staff and nearly 5,000 employed physicians and affiliated providers. At Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, you will find the safest and highest quality of care provided by our expert, compassionate medical care team at 11 hospitals and nearly 300 sites throughout the greater Puget Sound region. While you’re busy impacting the healthcare industry, we’ll take care of you with benefits that may include health/dental/vision, FSA, matching retirement plans, paid vacation, adoption assistance, annual bonus eligibility, and more!
St Anthony is a designated Pathway Hospital. The Hospital’s Emergency Department is ready for whatever comes through the doors. Our state-of-the-art Emergency Department consists of 18 private rooms and 2 trauma resuscitation beds with IV carts, bedside supply carts and computers in every room. Our outstanding staff provide compassionate, high-quality care that is respectful and patient and family-centered. Our nurses utilize advanced technology and evidence-based guidelines in caring for our patients. Our patient population includes all types of critically ill cases such as sepsis, MI, trauma caused by falls, COPD, CHF and renal failure to name a few. We have a Cath Lab on site and can take code STEMI patients 24/7
Our Emergency Department follows the split flow model with direct bedding. We have a “quick look” RN and a Rapid Track out of 2 rooms during peak times. CHI-Franciscan’s Virtual ICU helps monitor our critically ill patients in the Emergency Department by providing a 2nd set of eyes by experienced ICU RNs who follow those patients from a distance. Our physicians and RNs practice a dual assessment model where both are present in a patient’s room to assess and set a plan of care collaboratively. Our staff have a close working relationship with the local EMS and we function as a Level IV Trauma facility with an EMS Bay Station and work proactively on disaster drills.
On top of all our Emergency Department has to offer, we also enjoy the benefits of being part of the CHI Franciscan Health family of hospitals and other health care services providing care to our communities throughout the beautiful South Puget Sound Region of Western Washington. Recreational opportunities abound here – we offer water sports, skiing, hiking, shopping, fine dining, theater and an overall excellent quality of life.
The management structure of the Emergency Department consists of an experienced Clinical Manager, a RN-Clinical Coordinator and one Charge Nurse who oversee the department. The staff is composed of RN’s and Emergency Room Technicians with support services provided by an ED Pharmacist and Medication Reconciliation Technician 7 days a week. RN’s are assigned by rooms and typically have a 1:4 RN to patient ratio with support from Emergency Room Technicians.
Charge Nurse serves as a leader and clinical resource to staff under the direction of nursing leadership. Collaborates with the primary RN or team leader to ensure the planning and delivery of quality patient care in partnership with physician, interdisciplinary team and patient/family. Acts as a role model, demonstrating technical/clinical competence consistent with the needs of staff and the patient population served. Assists staff with problem solving and decision making.
Oversees clinical operations to include: coordination of assignments, delegation of tasks, provision of clinical care, patient placement, unit and patient flow.
Aligns staffing with productivity-based Staffing Matrix to include requesting resources based on patient need and flexing staff based on census and workload fluctuations.
Prepares assignments considering patient acuity and staff skill mix/competency; ensures timely posting of Staffing Plan; assigns and/or ensures staff are provided with rest and meal breaks.
Monitors and oversees Sitter usage in assigned area.
Serves as the first point of contact in the department chain of command during the shift for staff’s clinical needs, investigation of complaints, service recovery and completion of incident reports; ensures management is apprised of concerns and incidents.
Coordinates care, collaborating and communicating effectively with the inter-disciplinary team.
Maintains and applies knowledge of quality and SafetyFirst-related initiatives and requirements.
Serves as mentor to develop and coach orientees and experienced staff; demonstrates skill in conflict management.
Contributes to the development and evaluation of staff competency; provides objective feedback to assist with staff performance throughout the review cycle.
Assists with monitoring of regulatory and auditing requirements.
Two years of experience in the clinical specialty within the last three years preferred.
Prefer previous charge nurse experience.
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse issued by the Washington State Board of Nursing.
Current American Heart Association Healthcare BLS Certification.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification within sixty days of hire, and maintained as current
Completion of a NRP (Neonatal Resuscitation Provider) class is required at sites that do not provide labor
and delivery services within twelve months of date of hire and must be maintained as current thereafter.
Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum (TNCC) within twelve months of date of hire. Certification must be
maintained as current thereafter.
National Institutes of Health Strokes Scale (NIHSS) certification within six months of date of hire, and
maintained as current thereafter.
Emergency Nurse Pediatric Certification (ENPC) OR Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) within
twelve months of date of hire. Certification(s) must be maintained as current thereafter.
Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) and/or Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) certification is
Specialty certification preferred.
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