The Staff Nurse (RN) provides direct patient care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. The tasks and responsibilities include:
- Creating an environment that leads to a positive patient care experience by evaluating, planning and implementing effective plans of care and communicating with both patients and their families
- Serving as the primary coordinator of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care in an acute or clinic settings
- Making sound decisions in response to changes in condition/response to treatment while maintaining a calm demeanor
- Utilizing the Electronic Health Record to document patient care
- Effectively coordinating with physicians and team members regarding changes in patient status, symptomatology, results of diagnostic tests and critical test values
2 years L&D or MCH experience
BSN preferred or years of experience in relevant specialty will be considered
Current NJ RN licensure, NRP, BLS, ACLS, nationally recognized EFM course within the last 3 years required
Location: 4th floor
Status: Full Time
Shift: Night; Staggered Shift
Hours: 6:45 p.m. - 7: 15 a.m.
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, a community teaching hospital in Englewood, New Jersey, is nationally recognized for cardiac surgery and cardiac care, breast imaging and cancer care, spine surgery, orthopedic surgery, and maternity care, and is an international leader in patient blood management and bloodless surgery. Other areas of excellence include diagnostic imaging, offering a 3T MRI machine, a hybrid operating room, and other state-of-the-art technology. Consistently earning high marks for clinical excellence and patient safety, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is a “Best Regional Hospital” according to US News & World Report (2016-2017). Since 2012, the hospital has earned a Safety Grade “A” from The Leapfrog Group, a record of achievement maintained by only three hospitals in New Jersey and 72 in the nation. In 2016, the medical center earned its fourth consecutive designation since 2002 by the Magnet Recognition Program® for excellence in nursing. Nationally only seven percent of hospitals have achieved Magnet designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.