RN ICU PRN

in College Station, TX

RN ICU PRN Job

Job Description Job Attributes+

  • Job ID

    24007303

  • Job Location

    College Station, TX 77845, US

  • Job Category

    Nursing

  • Career Area

    Healthcare

  • Job Type

    PRN

  • Schedule

    40 hours per week

  • Shift

    Variable

Facility: Baylor Scott and White Hospital- College Station, TX

Job Title: Registered Nurse (RN)

Department: Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Shift/Status: PRN (minimum of 2 shifts every 6 weeks)

Schedule: Variable shifts (7am-7pm) or (7pm-7am)

Intensive Care Unit

Patient Population: Critically ill patients (Medical, Surgical, Cardiac, and some Trauma) 

# of beds: 16

Patient Ratios: 1:2

Baylor Scott & White Health College Station is a private, non-profit, 143-bed, multi-specialty hospital. The Medical Center is a certified advanced primary stroke center, a certified chest pain center as well as a Level III Trauma Center. We also have the only Level III NICU designation in Brazos Valley. Additionally, we have achieved the American Nurse Credentialing Magnet Designation. This is a hospital that works for you and exceeds all expectations! Don’t just take our word for it, let us show you a career that’s worth bragging about. 

We welcome applicants who will serve faithfully, act honestly, never settle, and recognize that we are in it together to deliver world-class healthcare.

About Us

We at Baylor Scott & White Health promote well-being for everyone. It's the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas.

Our Core Values are:

  • We serve faithfully by doing what's right with a joyful heart.
  • We never settle by constantly striving for better.
  • We are in it together by supporting one another and those we serve.
  • We make an impact by taking initiative and delivering exceptional experience.

Benefits

Our competitive benefits package empowers you to live well and provides:

  • Eligibility on day 1 for all benefits
  • Dollar-for-dollar 401(k) match, up to 5%
  • Debt-free tuition assistance, offering access
    to many no-cost and low-cost degrees, certificates and more
  • Immediate access to time off benefits

At Baylor Scott & White Health, your well-being is our top priority. Visit BSWHealth.com/Benefits to learn about all of our programs that supports mind, body and spirit

Note: Benefits may vary based on position type and/or level

Job Summary

The Registered Nurse on Unit is a key player in patient care management, following our nursing practice model. They work with other health care staff to deliver patient care effectively. Our Registered Nurses use the nursing process efficiently. They diagnose patient responses to health issues and create care plans accordingly. It includes evaluating healthcare needs and responses.

What You'll Do

  • Prioritize needs. Create, implement, and assess care plan to achieve outcomes. Adapt plan as necessary.
  • Observe indicators closely, support evidence-based changes with research and hands-on learning.
  • Create a caring, safe environment for patients, families, and staff.
  • Build relationships with boundaries in mind. Focus on managing emotional and physical pain to promote healing and reduce suffering.
  • Facilitate learning for all members of the healthcare team, including patients, families, and nursing staff, ensuring everyone is well-informed.
  • Collaborate effectively with colleagues and the community to develop and execute an integrated plan of care.
  • Use problem-solving strategies and utilize available resources to support patients, family and staff as part of a systems thinking approach.

What Will Make You Successful In The Role

  • Familiarity with nursing and patient care standards and procedures.
  • Awareness of legal requirements and standards of certification and accreditation bodies, including the specifics of the hospital and respective department/unit.
  • Good command of medical terminology, with a focus on healthcare promotion, risk reduction, and disease prevention.
  • Effective communication skills, along with social aptitude for interacting with diverse stakeholders.
  • Possessing critical thinking and problem-solving skills is crucial.
  • Capability to identify and report changes in patient conditions, develop, and modify patient care plans as required.
  • Basic computer skills necessary for day-to-day assignments.

Belonging Statement

We think everyone should feel welcomed, valued, and supported. Our workforce should reflect our communities.

Qualifications

  • Completion of an accredited course or have at least 2 years of experience surpassing the minimal qualification required.
  • Field of Study: The applicable major should be nursing.
  • A minimum of 2 years in a relevant role is expected.
  • Certification: Hold a BLS certificate now or obtain within 30 days of starting in this role.
  • Registered Nurse License

Job Skills

  • patient care
  • patient care management
  • medical terminology
  • benefits
  • systems thinking

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