Professional Registered Nurse - Adult Complex Medical - 36 hours/week - REF2787R (23039340)
About the Department: On the Adult Complex Medical Unit - Proger 7, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with both seasoned and novice clinicians committed to providing quality care to complex and acutely ill patients. Patients cared for on Proger 7 present with numerous medical diagnoses, with the primary service lines including infectious disease and general medicine. Relationship based care is our model of practice with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration. The interdisciplinary team on Proger 7 is comprised of Nurses, Clinical Care Technicians, Unit Coordinators, nursing students, Physicians, and other clinical and non-clinical professionals with a focus and dedication to ensuring optimal patient outcomes.
At Tufts MC, we also are committed to preparing and supporting nurses to excel as clinicians, researchers, leaders, and innovators. This requires an environment that cultivates critical thinking, innovation, and knowledge-sharing. Staff work directly with their unit based Clinical Instructor to develop their skillset and identify learning opportunities available on and off the unit.
Please Note: The home unit for this position is Proger 7, the position is clustered with Adult Complex Medical Unit- North 7 and the Adult Hematology/Oncology (BMT) Unit - North 8. You may be scheduled to work on the unit you are clustered to off your home unit
About the Position: The Professional Registered Nurse (RN) at Tufts Medical Center provides clinical excellence, which fosters and supports an environment central to our patient and family centered model of care. The RN is responsible for the planning, delivery and management of patient/family centered care utilizing the nursing process and adhering to the standards of nursing practice embedded in research, evidence-based practice and/or best practices. The Professional Registered Nurse (RN) possesses and applies the skills and knowledge necessary for the delivery and management of patient care from admission through discharge. The RN is knowledgeable of current trends in healthcare including but not limited to advances in technology, pharmacology, treatment care modalities, quality and patient safety.
Scheduling may consist of both 8- and 12-hour shifts, 36 (flex) hours/week: Rotating shifts with weekend & holiday rotation.
Possess and apply the skills and knowledge necessary to provide care to patients throughout the life span, with consideration of aging processes, human development stages and cultural patterns in each step of the care process.
Ability to provide care for a designated group of patients according to unit guidelines and hospital policies, procedures and protocols.
Professional Registered Nurse experience in an inpatient setting is required
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) is required
BLS Certification required
Massachusetts Registered Nurse License