Job - Emergency Nurse Training Program – February, 2019

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital - Washington, District of Columbia

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Emergency Nurse Training Program – February, 2019

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital - Washington - DC Careers Responsibilities

Looking to expand your nursing career and learn critical care skills essential to emergency room nursing?
 
MedStar Georgetown is currently seeking experienced nurses for our Critical Care Fellowship in the Emergency Department.
 
Start Date: Monday, February 04, 2019
 
– Personalized 4 month orientation schedule, one-on-one preceptorship
– Essentials of Critical Care Orientation (American Association of Critical Care Nurses)
– American Heart Association certifications, as needed (BLS, ACLS, PALS)
– Specialty Content classes
 
In order to qualify for a position in the Fellowship, you must have at least two years of hospital-based nursing experience. In addition, internal applicants must have worked on their current department for at least one year, as of February 04, 2019.
 
All candidates hired for the Training Course will be required to commit to a minimum of one year of full-time employment in the Emergency Department, following completion of the unit-based orientation.
 
About MedStar Georgetown University Hospital:
Join the #1 hospital in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report (2017-2018)!
 
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute-care teaching and research hospital with 609 beds located in Northwest Washington, D.C. Along with Magnet® nurses, internationally recognized physicians, advanced research and cutting-edge technologies, our healthcare professionals have a reputation for medical excellence and leadership. As the first hospital in Washington, D.C. to achieve Magnet® Recognition, we have demonstrated our excellence in nursing care, innovative professional nursing practice, and nursing satisfaction.
 
Founded in the Jesuit principle of cura personalis—caring for the whole person—we are committed to offering a variety of innovative diagnostic and treatment options within a trusting and compassionate environment. Our mission is what sets us apart – and makes MedStar Georgetown a special place to work.
 
General Summary of Position:
A nurse is responsible for providing competent professional nursing care using the nursing process. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital’s philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.

Schedule:
Self scheduling; Six Week Schedules
Fixed Shifts: Day Shift, Night Shift, Mid Shifts based on availability

About MedStar Georgetown’s Emergency Department
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital’s Emergency Department is a Level Two Trauma. The Emergency Department is staffed and equipped to care for 36,000 patients a year presenting for emergency evaluation and treatment. An experienced nurse will assess and triage their care as they enter the department and ensure that thorough, consistent, high quality care is delivered to each patient. All of the nurses in the Emergency Department are certified in BLS, ACLS and PALS, but many also have their CEN, TNCC and ENPC certifications.

Leadership supports and encourages nurses to enhance their educational expertise and professional development. MedStar Georgetown’s Emergency Department prides itself on its collaborative governance and decision making which creates and implements new ideas centered on evidenced based practice. A team approach to staffing and assignments is a major initiative component that is embraced by the Emergency Department staff.
 
Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND/OR TRAINING REQUIRED: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing; Bachelor’s degree or higher in Nursing preferred.
LICENSURE AND/OR CERTIFICATION: Current D.C. license as a Registered Professional Nurse upon hire; certification in Basic Life Support.  Certification in specialty or related specialty preferred.
EXPERIENCE: To meet unit criteria, at least two (2) years recent acute care experience in the relevant patient care area preferred.
SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES: Ability to perform the nursing technologies.  Effective verbal and written communication skills.  Ability to set priorities and work under stress.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
PRACTICE & QUALITY
  Provides relationship-based care that promotes continuous, consistent, efficient and accountable delivery of nursing care using the nursing process.
Demonstrates professional practice utilizing the framework of the professional practice model and is grounded in a culture of safety and quality.

COMMUNICATION & COLLABORATION
  Communicates and collaborates with inter-professional groups to ensure coordination, continuity and safe care. 
Communicates verbal information and documents written and electronic information that reflects the planned and delivered care for patients.

LEADERSHIP
  Supports and contributes to the unit, department and organizational goals inclusive of the mission, vision and values.
Demonstrates advocacy and support on behalf of inter-professional teams and patients.
Delegates and supervises nursing staff in providing patient care and assumes leadership roles, e.g., charge nurse role.  Participates in the development and implementation of quality activities.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  Serves as a preceptor or mentor.
Participates in professional development activities.
Incorporates evidence-based practice and research into patient care delivery.

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