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Type: Part Time
Location: Ogden, Utah
Job Code: 06030-40898
Mixed (rotating weekends)
Ogden Regional Medical Center is looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join our Infusion Team!
While serving as a cornerstone amongst the northern Utah communities for the past 60 years, Ogden Regional Medical Center has created a deeply-rooted tradition of excellence and caring. The 240-bed facility provides a full spectrum of top-quality services, including a Level II trauma center, certified stroke center, cancer treatment center, alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center, and much more. Nationally recognized, Ogden Regional s maternity care ranks in the nation s top 5 percent, and its cardiology services include accreditation in echocardiography, atrial fibrillation, chest pain and heart failure.
Ogden Regional is part of HCA s network of more than 300 affiliate hospitals, outpatient centers and business offices across the country. HCA and Ogden Regional are all about caring for people, and that care extends to patients, families and employees.
Ogden Regional sits at the heart of the mountains, with more than six ski resorts within an hour's drive. Home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Ogden offers the lure of outdoor living and the culture of city life. Plus, with a great university down the road and many schools within driving distance, this hospital offers a central location to meet the whole family's needs.
INFUSION NURSE: Part-Time (20-24 hours per week)
Shift hours 07:30 1600 or 09:00 17:30
They are registered nurses who specialize in giving medicine and fluids to patients through injection. They monitor fluid tubes, check infusions and make sure that medications implemented are not counteracting each other or causing a patient harm. Work is performed at ORMC within the Infusion Department. Occasional travel may also be required in order to attend educational meetings /lectures for the betterment of the employee.
* CRITICAL-THINKING SKILLS: Infusion nurses will need to assess a patient's health, as well as detect changes in symptoms, health or pain, and will need to know when action is necessary.
* COMPASSION: Nurses help people. You will need to be sympathetic to a patient's needs, and be able to deal with people in various states of pain, trauma and tragedy.
* ATTENTION TO DETAIL: Infusion nurses administer medicines and work with specific treatments that, if wrong could prove fatal. Attention to detail is crucial.
* ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS: Infusion nurses will face multiple patients, with differing needs, stages of health and risks. Being organized and knowing how to prioritize will be helpful.
* CALM UNDER PRESSURE: Infusion nurses might face emergency, life-or-death situations. Being able to function in the heat of emergency will be necessary.
* PATIENCE: Giving care under stressful circumstances requires patience.
* COMMUNICATION SKILLS: You will be communicating directly with patients who are scared, in pain or in shock. Families will have questions and want answers. You will need to be a patient listener and good communicator to help keep everyone calm and help them understand the situation
* License/Certification: Current Utah RN license in good standing (Compact RN - When a nurse changes primary state of residence by moving from one compact state to another, the nurse can practice in the new state on the former license for up to 90 days. The 90 days starts when the nurse becomes a resident in the new state). Current certification as a BLS Healthcare Provider and yearly hospital mandatories.
* Education: BSN preferred
* Experience: 1 year of hospital clinical experience
* A significant amount of time is spent standing and walking with lead apron.
* May be required to lift at least 25 pounds.
* May be required to push stretcher.
* Exposure to radiation and communicable diseases.
* May be required to sit at computer terminal for up to 3 hours.
* Works in cold dimly lit areas.
* Takes on-call assignments on evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Associate's Degree/College Diploma
Last Edited: 09/24/2018
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