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Work Shift: DAY
Work Week: Part-Time
The RN II is a staff nurse, who as an experienced clinician functions at the competent stage of Benner's model of clinical practice. The RN II provides direct patient care effectively and efficiently to a patient team which may include patients with varied and complex needs. The RN II assumes leadership roles with progressive responsibility including but not limited to participating in or leading unit and shared governance initiatives, serving as charge nurse or preceptor to students or new employees, and possibly contributing to service line or hospital wide initiatives.
HOUSTON METHODIST EXPERIENCE EXPECTATIONS
Provides personalized care and service by consistently demonstrating our I CARE values:
INTEGRITY: We are honest and ethical in all we say and do.
COMPASSION: We embrace the whole person including emotional, ethical, physical, and spiritual needs.
ACCOUNTABILITY: We hold ourselves accountable for all our actions.
RESPECT: We treat every individual as a person of worth, dignity, and value.
EXCELLENCE: We strive to be the best at what we do and a model for others to emulate.
PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
PEOPLE - 25%
1.Identifies leadership opportunities for professional growth of peers.
2.Communicates in an active, positive and effective manner to all health care team members and reports pertinent patient care and family data in a comprehensive and unbiased manner, listens and responds to the ideas of others.
3.Uses downtime efficiently, aware of team members' workload, consistently offers assistance, and responds positively to requests for assistance from other team members.
4.Implements staff education specific to patient populations and unit processes; coaches and mentors other staff and students. May include preceptorship.
SERVICE - 25%
1.Develops and updates plan of care in partnership with the patient and family using the nursing process, incorporating the patient's priorities and abilities.
2.Establishes mutual educational goals with patient and family, provides appropriate resources, incorporating planning for care after discharge.
3.Supports patients and families in preventing/resolving clinical or ethical issues.
4.Contributes to meeting departmental target for patient satisfaction on unit-based scorecard.
5.Uses therapeutic communication to establish a relationship with patients and families and communicates the plan of care.
6.Demonstrates the components of the ICARE values statement.
QUALITY/SAFETY - 25%
1.Provides care to increasingly complex patients and coordinates the interdisciplinary team.
2.Follows the nursing process, modifies care based on continuous evaluation of the patient's condition, demonstrates clinical problem-solving and critical thinking, and makes decisions using evidence-based analytical approach.
3.Plans for routine events and anticipates/prevents and manages/elevates emergent situations.
4.Contributes to meeting departmental targets for quality and safety measures on unit-based scorecard.
5.Uses a structured format for regular communication with patients and families, such as hourly rounding.
6.Manages usual patient assignment and other unit demands, completes patient care responsibilities in timely manner with accurate documentation, organizes multiple priorities and anticipates/plans for potential problems.
7.Reports \"near misses\" as well as errors promptly and consistently to improve systems and processes and identify trends.
8.Collaborates with staff from the interdisciplinary team concerning safety data to improve outcomes.
9.Implements unit and hospital initiatives to achieve National Patient Safety Goals.
10.Identifies opportunity for practice changes. Researches the change and presents options to shared governance and leadership.
11.Assures that designatedcore measures are met in providing care.
FINANCE - 10%
1.Provides input into the unit resource utilization including unit capital and operational budget needs.
GROWTH/INNOVATION - 15%
1.Identifies and presents areas for improvement in patient care or unit operations and offers solutions by participating in unit projects and shared governance activities.
2.Supportive of change initiatives. Adapts to unexpected changes.
3.Identifies areas for improvement based on understanding of evidence-based practice literature. Initiates evidence-based practice/performance improvement projects based on these observations.
4.Identifies own learning needs, consults with healthcare team experts and seeks continuing education opportunities to meet those needs.
This job description is not intended to be all inclusive; the employee will also perform other reasonably related business/job duties as assigned. Houston Methodist reserves the right to revise job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.
At least 18 months' of nursing experience required.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
1.Must be able to perform skills and competencies as defined in orientation checklist and annual departmental competency checklist if applicable.
2.Basic computer skills.
3.Must be able to write and speak effectively in English.
4.Competencies, skills, training as listed according to applicable Nursing and HR policies and procedures.
Houston Methodist is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Equal employment opportunity is a sound and just concept to which Houston Methodist is firmly bound. Houston Methodist will not engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person employed or seeking employment with Houston Methodist on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor - priority referral Protected Veterans requested.
Houston Methodist The Woodlands opened on June 26, 2017 as the eighth hospital in the Houston Methodist system. This new 187-bed, 470,000-square-foot, full-service, acute care hospital offers many of the same services as our flagship hospital in the Texas Medical Center. Also on the $380 million hospital campus, located at the intersection of I-45 and TX 242, is a medical office building, which opened in March 2016. Medical Office Building 1 includes a breast care center, cancer center & infusion center, orthopedics & sports medicine, rehabilitation services, wellness services, and an outpatient laboratory in addition to multi-specialty physician practices. A second medical office building and 785-car parking garage opened March 2018.