An Admission Hospice Nurse - RN (Registered Nurse) understands that it is the small things that matter. A warm smile and reassuring touch that shows you care. A kind word that soothes the heart and fosters a personal connection. A Hospice Nurse - RN believes in the importance of building relationships, and is ready to make a difference.
Being a Hospice Nurse - RN isn't just a job, it's a calling. Here at Seasons hospice, nurses are at the forefront of the care we provide. We tailor our orientation program to each specific RN using a combination of e-learning and hands-on training at the bedside, giving our RNs the education and tools they need to guide and care for our patients at one of the most critical times in their lives. The reward for doing so is immeasurable.
Consider joining the Seasons team today: where those who give, receive.
The Hospice RN (Registered Nurse) for Admissions performs pre-admission evaluations for appropriateness for hospice services. Initiates the admission process by educating and informing patient/family of hospice and its services. The Admissions RN (Registered Nurse) also obtains informed consents, provides nursing assessment, initial plan of care and intervention(s) that optimize patient and family directed comfort and quality of life. The Hospice RN (Registered Nurse) for Admissions will also be a member of the Hospice Care Consultant Team.
RN - (Registered Nurse) licensed in state(s) practicing. Current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification. Previous experience in hospice, home health, general medical surgical or patient population specific (i.e.: geriatrics, pediatric, etc.) nursing. Willingness to serve on-call. Must have reliable automobile, valid driver's license, and the minimum state required liability auto insurance. Demonstrated commitment to Seasons Hospice's philosophy of care, values, mission statement and organizational culture. Associated topics: care unit, ccu, intensive, intensive care unit, neonatal, nurse clinical, psychiatric, recovery, tcu, unit
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