The RN is responsible for the provision and coordination of patient centered care. The RN coordinates care to achieve desired outcomes, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by delegating and working cooperatively and collaboratively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice and professional nursing performance in the clinical setting. The RN is also accountable to practice in accordance with the Michigan Public Health Code Act 368 of 1978, Article 15 (Health Occupations), Part 172 (Nursing) and the Holland Hospital Professional Nursing Practice Handbook. The RN must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care and service appropriate to the age of the patients served in his/her area.
Graduate of accredited Registered Nursing Program.
Registration/Certification or License Required:
Licensure to practice in the State of Michigan.
Current BLS for the Healthcare Provider Certification or completed within 60 days of hire.
PALS or completed by end of orientation (Pediatrics only).
NRP or completed by end of orientation (Boven Birth Center only).
ACLS Certification or completed within one year of hire (Critical Care, Cardiac Cath Lab, Emergency, PACU only).
Bachelor's of Science Nursing (BSN).
Specialty Certification such as CCRN, CRN, CNOR, CEN or other specialty related to the department or unit in which RN is employed.
Prior experience in specialty area.
Management Experience (If applicable):
Able to tolerate frequent contact with noxious odors/sights.
Ability to lift 50+ pounds.
Ability to push and/or pull on a wheeled device up to 200 lbs.
Prolonged standing/walking for shift duration.
Frequent bending, reaching, stooping, and kneeling.
Visual and auditory acuity.