RN - 12 hr day shift
Posted on Feb 14, 2019 by Rehabilitation Hospital Of Indiana
Med/surg experience preferred.
This clinical practitioner has a basic knowledge of pathophysiology, the aging process, and the use of the nursing process in the rehabilitation setting.
The incumbent personally administers nursing care to the patients and/or plans, directs and coordinates the nursing care of a group of mid-adolescents, adults and geriatric physical medicine rehabilitation patients from age 15 and up via the nursing process and in collaboration with other nursing resources and the health team.
The incumbent also instructs patients and families in procedures and health care practices and makes referrals for continuing care after discharge.
This position requires experience gained through an approved School of Nursing with an appropriate period of orientation for the performance of nursing care.
Direct patient care positions require direct patient care experience in preceding five years. Incumbent must successfully complete nursing orientation objectives.
Education & Licensing: Current State of Indiana license as a Registered Nurse is required.
Must receive CPR training in accordance with American Heart Association Standards resulting in receipt of course completion card upon hire and maintain current thereafter.
Graduate of an NLN accredited School of Nursing is expected, Bachelor of Nursing degree is encouraged.
ASN grads from non-accredited nursing program will be required to be enrolled in accredited BSN program upon hire and complete BSN within 2 years.
We support and encourage nurses to become Certified Rehab Registered Nurses (CRRN). RHI offers the following benefits: Tuition reimbursement Health insurance Dental insurance Vision Plan Company paid Life Insurance Short and Long Term Disability Paid Time Off (PTO) 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with match Flexible Spending Accounts or Health Savings Accounts Category: Healthcare , Keywords: Registered Nurse (RN)