Mercy Medical Center Clinton NICU RN III FTE 0.3 in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Department:

GR101_35500 NICU (Neonatal Intens Care Ut)

Expected Weekly Hours:

12

Shift:

Night Shift

Position Purpose:

Job Description Details:

The Registered Nurse in our 15 bed Level 3 NICU facilitates relationship-centered, compassionate, quality care to patients through competent clinical practice and the application of the healing art and science of professional nursing. Optimizes health and healing, preventing or resolving illness, disability or injury, alleviation of suffering, and advocacy in the care of individuals in conjunction with interdisciplinary teams of health care providers, family members, and support systems. Exercises independent judgment in utilizing the nursing process to assess, diagnose, identify outcomes, plan, implement, and evaluate patient care in accordance with current ANA and specialty specific (e.g. AACN, AWHONN etc.) Standards of Professional Nursing Practice, institutional policies and procedures, applicable laws and regulations.

  • Graduation from a NLN or AACN accredited school of nursing. Baccalaureate Degree in the Science of Nursing (BSN) Degree from an accredited school of nursing is strongly preferred

  • and encouraged or enrollment in BSN completion program. Valid Registered Nurse licensure authorized in the state of Michigan or actively applying for licensure. Current Basic Cardiac

  • Life Support (BCLS) certification. Specialty credentialing preferred according to clinical nursing practice specialty preferred. One year of experience in a health care setting. Experience in

  • an acute health care setting preferred.

NEW GRADS NURSES SHOULD BE APPLYING DIRECTLY TO EITHER THE RESIDENCY OR WAIT LIST RESIDENCY. THIS IS ONLY FOR REGISTERED NURSES WITH ONE YEAR OF EXPERIENCE.

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