RN Registered Nurse NICU IV Nights
Posted on Aug 12, 2019 by Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center
DescriptionSHIFT: Nights (rotating weekends)
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding new career change?
Centrally located in the heart of Denver, Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center and the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children provide the most advanced care for adults, newborns, children and teens from across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains.
With a reputation for specializing in high-risk pregnancies, the perinatologists at P/SL in Denver treat patients from Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota and Wyoming. Our Center for Special Maternal-Fetal Care started in 1979 and continues to provide the region's leading care for high-risk pregnancies and high-risk babies, delivering approximately 1500 births per year. The advantage for maternal/child care at P/SL is the continuity of care in managing all types of pregnancies and virtually any condition or health issue, for a mother, her fetus, and newborn.
This position supports the mission of Presbyterian/St Luke's Medical Center of optimizing the quality of life of all those served by expanding beyond the traditional focus on medical needs to the needs of the whole person. The NICU IV RN oversees and directs the care of the critically ill patient. The NICU IV RN is responsible for the care of critically ill, premature and newborn patients meeting the NICU IV admissions criteria. The NICU IV RN serves as primary nurse leading the collaboration of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care. Oversees and directs the care of assistive personnel, maintaining final accountability for the care given to assigned patients. When the need arises, will perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Current licensure in the State of Colorado as a Registered Nurse
BLS - Healthcare provider
NRP required within the first 3 months of hire
STABLE required within 6 months of hire and maintained as current throughout employment in the NICU
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN preferred.
One-year experience in acute care preferred.
Ability to communicate effectively with patients, families, physicians, and other health care team members. Ability to manage a team and work with others within a team to ensure quality patient care. Strong critical thinking skills.