Lakeland Regional Health takes pride in the fantastic team of trauma and critical care nurses that run our Intensive Care Units. Lakeland Regional Health's ICU nurses primarily treat patients from Polk, Highlands, and Hardee counties while also covering the surrounding areas. LRH has a department for any ICU interest that a nurse may have, from the Surgical Intensive Care Unit to the Prenatal Intensive Care Unit. Nurses with CCRN certifications would be a fantastic fit for the job, along with nurses with prior experience in acute critical care facilities. If working in an intense, fast-paced environment interests you, please consider the following opportunity:
Work Type: Active - Benefit Eligible and Accrues Time Off Exempt: No
Work Schedule: Weeknights with Rotating Weekends Work Hours per Biweekly Pay Period: 80
Shift Time: Flex Location: Medical Center, US:FL:Lakeland
Summary: Proactively utilize advanced skills, knowledge and abilities in nursing practice, relationship building, human behavior, teaching, leadership and coaching to ensure the best patient experience and the delivery of safe, quality patient care.
Detailed responsibilities: * People At The Heart Of All We Do - Fosters an inclusive and engaged environment through teamwork and collaboration. - Ensures patients and families have the best possible experiences across the continuum of care. - Communicates appropriately with patients, families, team members, and our community in a manner that treasures all people as uniquely created. * Safety And Performance Improvement - Behaves in a mindful manner focused on self, patient, visitor, and team safety. - Demonstrates accountability and commitment to quality work. - Participates actively in process improvement and adoption of standard work. * Stewardship - Demonstrates responsible use of LRH's resources including people, finances, equipment and facilities. - Knows and adheres to organizational and department policies and procedures. * Standard Work Duties: Clinical Resource Nurse - Serves as resource for clinical staff in the access to and application of hospital/departmental policies, procedures, protocols of care, processes, equipment and technology so that patient care is delivered in a safe, effective and efficient manner. - Provides immediate feedback through coaching, teaching, and correction as necessary in a non-punitive manner, so that patient care and the competence of the staff are continuously improved. - Utilizes expert critical thinking and decision-making skills assisting the RN to prioritize and reprioritize patient care, including the development of creative ways to distribute the work and coordinate care delivery. - Anticipates problems and takes actions to rescue patients from potential clinical crisis; uses situation to provide just in time coaching and teaching. - Provides leadership to analyze nursing practice, quality data and critical incidents proactively and retrospectively to identify concrete actions to improve outcomes - Rounds on all patients and staff on clinical team, identifying patient care priorities and barriers to implementation of the patient's plan of care - Maintains clinical expertise through accepting patient assignments to provide direct patient care based on patient needs and staffing resources. - Translates the professional practice model into tangible clinical practices and norms of behavior to effectively intervene and resolve patient/family/physician care issues and achieve optimal outcomes.
Qualifications & Experience
Education: Essential: * Bachelor Degree
Other information: Licenses Essential: Current State of Florida license as Registered Nurse
Certifications Essential: Per department or hospital requirements and relevant policies
Certifications Preferred: PCCN or Certification in Medical Surgical Nursing
Experience Essential: - 3-5 years of experience in acute care