RN - Medical Oncology - Days - 20-11548 (22611857)
The Registered Nurse is responsible for providing nursing care adapted to individual patient needs based on the nursing process, which includes assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. He or she is also responsible for delegation and supervision of personnel, as states above, that participate in the provision of care to ensure that patient needs and expected outcomes are met.
- Collects pertinent assessment data that includes present condition, past history, physical, spiritual and psychosocial information utilizing input from patient, significant other, and/or healthcare team members as applicable. Interprets data to identify the patient’s needs and potential problems.
- Develops, reviews, and revises an individualized care plan within the time frame identified in documentation standards. Establishes expected outcomes that are measurable and achievable.
- Evaluates patient’s response to care and initiates independent and/or collaborative changes where appropriate. Documents changes in condition and interventions.
- Utilizes nursing process to incorporate teaching into delivery of patient care. Documents teaching and learning.
- Utilizes the nursing process to prepare for discharge/transfer, beginning with admission and continuing throughout hospitalization. Document the discharge/transfer process.
- Nursing degree/diploma required upon hire.
- All Registered Nurses without a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing must obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or higher within 6 years of hire
- Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Washington
- Current BLS certification
- Fundamentals of Chemotherapy Immunotherapy Administration within 90 days for SCI Medical Oncology, SCI Hematology/Oncology & Ballard Satellite
- Experience acquired from Accredited Registered School of Nursing. (Specialty areas may require additional experience and/or certification.)