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Registered Nurse - M3

Company: Boulder Community Health
Location: Boulder
Posted on: May 8, 2024

Job Description:

Boulder Community Health, Boulder, CO 80303$43.20 - $60.80 an hour - Full Time, Nights. 36 hours a week.$10,000 Bonus!**Range includes night differential. +$2.50/hr for weekend shifts.Boulder Community health is seeking an RN for ED who provides patient care, identifying and implementing nursing interventions, and evaluating outcomes.Benefits:Health insurance, including a FREE employee only optionDental and Vision insuranceBCH paid Life Insurance; Spouse and Dependent Life Insurance plansShort-term and Long-term disability coverageHealth and Dependent Care Flexible Spending AccountsRetirement plan with BCH matching contributions, and discretionary lump sum contributionPaid Time OffEducation assistance programStaff Support Initiatives such as Sound Baths, Meditation, Massages, and ReikiFree one-on-one retirement planning sessionsEmployee Assistance Program offering 8 free, confidential counseling sessions for you and your familyQualificationsColorado Nursing License in good standingBLS certification required.ACLS certification required.PALS or ENPC certification required.TNCC certification within 6 months of hire, or upon the expiration of the current certification.NIHSS certification required within 6months of hire.NRP - Neonatal Resuscitation Program desirableCEN Certification for Emergency Nursing desirableMinimum 2 yrs experience in a Level 3 or higher trauma ED.ResponsibilitiesAssessment. ED nurses shall triage and initiate accurate and ongoing assessments of physical and psychosocial problems of patients of all ages from 0 through the lifespan, as evidenced in documentation and adherence to department standards.Demonstrates organization and efficiency in relationship to time management and patient load (4-6 patients).Identifies environmental and psychosocial factors affecting discharge needs and refers appropriately.Knowledgeable of EMTALA issues that impact ED care and management.Recognitive of communicable disease and potential for bioterrorism threats.Planning and Implementation. Based on assessment, sound knowledge and critical thinking, ED nurses shall initiate nursing interventions and diagnostic tests according to standard, and function independently to assure high quality, timely and comprehensive care is offered.Demonstrates an awareness of community resources for referral and integration of care.Accountable for daily assignments to ensure that adequate supplies and equipment are available for patient care.Demonstrates the ability to assume leadership role in emergency or crisis situations.Able to identify replacement and alternative options, resources and communicating repair needs in the event of equipment malfunctions.Maintains a working knowledge of department policy, procedure and standards and practices accordingly. (Uses Staff Resource RN)Identifies opportunities to improve care, supports changes in delivery methods and participates in development of service improvements.Evaluation. ED nurses will evaluate patient response to treatment plans, collaborate with physicians, and modify care according to patient responses. Documentation will reflect this.Communication. Nurses will assure open and timely communication with patients, family, and team members to assure understanding of care, delivery delays, and comprehensive care. This also includes peer review and team problem solving techniques.Honest and constructive feedback will be given co-workers when requested, or when problem areas are identified.Resolve conflictsDocuments all aspects of care legibly, concisely and accurately.Maintains a current knowledge of reportable occurrences (child abuse, communicable diseases, domestic violence, etc.)Responsible for review of Huddle notes and any emails sent through email.About Boulder Community Health and Boulder, ColoradoBoulder Community Healths vision is partnering to create and care for the healthiest community in the nation. We are a community owned-and-operated nonprofit health system dedicated to providing local access to high-quality medical care to our community in Boulder and surrounding areas.We are known across Colorado for our clinical excellence in heart care, neurosurgery, stroke care, orthopedics and cancer care. Were proud of our tradition of being an early adopter of new technologies and medical techniques that improve care for our patients. We are a Certified Level II Trauma Center with numerous awards and recognition including the 2023 Healthgrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award, 2022 Best Hospitals for Maternity Care from Leapfrog, Money Magazine and Newsweek and Boulder Weeklys 2022 Best Hospital.Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, living and working in Boulder means enjoying the outdoors and natural beauty, bringing a fresh perspective to healthcare practice.As an employee at Boulder Community Health, you will enjoy working in state-of-the-art facilities with competitive compensation and benefits, including health/dental/life, tuition reimbursement and an on-site fitness center. You also have access to an incredible Employee Wellness and Support program, employee activities, discounts and more!EOE/Affirmative Action/Drug-free workplace.BCH will never conduct interviews or ask for employment documents via text.This position has no close date. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.Location: Boulder Community Health EmergencySchedule: Full-time, Nights - 12 hour shifts, 7p-7a night shiftby Jobble

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