Level 2 North is a 28-bed Medical Surgical Unit with a diverse patient population consisting of general and vascular surgery, bariatric surgery, plastic surgery, trauma, and is the stroke unit for the hospital. It is a challenging fast-paced environment with great learning opportunities for both graduate and experienced nurses.
Nursing on this unit is patient centered and focused on patient safety and delivery of quality care for positive patient outcomes. We value what each and every team member contributes toward providing excellent patient care that is evidence-based as well as holistic. Two North has an active and engaged Unit Based Council (Shared Governance) that promotes a healthy work environment of teamwork and positivity. New team members are welcomed and supported in their orientation, as they learn and grow in their professional nursing practice.
Using clinical pathways, patient education, and interactive communication as guides, all aspects of patient care are addressed by our exceptional Interdisciplinary Care Team. These positive and progressive attitudes contribute to a collaborative environment involving all members of the Interdisciplinary Care Team to provide excellent patient care and positive outcomes.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Clinical Expertise: Collaborates with other members of the health care team to develop, implement, and evaluate an individualized written plan of care based upon a physiological, psychosocial, spiritual assessment consistent with patient/significant other's changing needs & goals, utilizing the Clinical Practice Model (CPM) and the "Caring-Quality Model."
Knowledge: Seeks life-long learning through certification, advanced practice, higher education, and literature review.
Leadership/Credibility: Demonstrates leadership through sharing of knowledge, being a clinical resource, and professional role model.
Communication: Demonstrates effective communication through collegial relationships, SBAR, and interdisciplinary communication.
Productivity: Demonstrates enhanced time management skills and ability to assist others in order to contribute to overall performance of the team.
Performs other duties consistent with purpose of job as directed by general and unit-specific competency-based objectives.
License to practicenursing in the State of Michigan.
Must be BLS certified.
- Bachelor's in Nursingdegree preferred.
Primary Location: Michigan-Petoskey-McLaren Northern Michigan
Organization NRT10-McLaren Northern MI-Hospital
Employee Status Regular
Shift Day Job
Job Type Standard
Req ID: 20007895