Posting Note: PCH is offering a NEW GRAD training program for our Inpatient Rehabilitation unit!!! If you have always dreamed of being a pediatric nurse, this is your opportunity!! We are hiring for our “Hire Ahead” training program that is offered to new grads who want to work in the pediatric specialty. In the three month training program, you will not only learn how to be a pediatric nurse, but will be trained in Inpatient Rehabilitation to help children to re- learn basic life functions. Some of the children have had life altering events, accidents, and/or surgeries. You will be part of the team who cares for these children as they heal from their injuries/surgeries, etc. You will work alongside some of the best Physical Therapists, Nurses and Doctors in the country, and care for the children as they learn to strengthen their muscles to walk, dress themselves, and most importantly - play again!!! NIGHTS ONLY; 3/12 hour shifts, and does require incumbent to work rotating weekends/holidays.
This position will work in collaboration with the healthcare team, patient and family to promote patient health through delivery of professional nursing care appropriate to patients age and condition as documented in the nursing and medical plans of care in accordance with evidence-based nursing and patient care practice standards and hospital goals, values and regulatory standards.
- Family-Centered care that focuses on the need of the child first and values the family as an important member of the care team
- Excellence in clinical care, service and communication
- Collaborative within our institution and with others who share our mission and goals
- Leadership that set the standard for pediatric health care today and innovations of the future
- Accountability to our patients, community and each other for providing the best in the most cost-effective way.
- Completes nursing assessment of patient conditions consistent with age and condition, including physical, psychological, social, developmental, and educational factors, to determine initial level of compliance with treatment plan per policy and unit guidelines. Performs ongoing patient and family assessments and identifies variations from diagnoses.
- Continually evaluates patient responses to care, teaching, and discharge plans. Documents patient progress in appropriate charts and shares observations and assessment outcomes with healthcare team and families to ensure timely communication and understanding of patient health status, progress, and ongoing needs.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing required activities within established parameters to ensure compliance with all applicable medication, storage and documentation standards, regulations, and requirements.
- Provides orientation to the unit, hospital systems, and processes to patients and family members to ensure familiarity with unit’s policies and requirements.
- Supervises patient care activities of assigned team members and delegates activities appropriate to knowledge, skill, and competency. Provides timely feedback and review of care delivery to ensure maintenance of patient safety, infection control procedures, therapeutic environment, and team members’ performance level, maintaining confidentiality as appropriate.
- Works collaboratively with patient care team and family members to establish and implement plan of care to ensure coordination of activities and ongoing communication of patient health status. Participates in patient care rounds and patient care conferences as appropriate.
- Performs miscellaneous job related duties as requested.