Green Bay, WI
NOTE: This document is intended to describe the general duties required of this position. It is not intended to serve as an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, and responsibilities.
JOB TITLE: Clinic RN 223
DEPARTMENT: Bellin Primary and Specialty Clinics, Bellin Medical Group Administration, Employer Clinics, Medical and Specialty Clinics, Neuro Team, Professional Psych Services, and Wound Healing Center
Education: Bachelor’s degree nursing preferred.
Certification/Registration/Licensure: Licensed in the state of practice required (RN must practice under the law and regulations governing nursing in the state of practice). Certification encouraged in job specialty. Valid Wisconsin or Michigan driver’s license required for Employer Clinic RNs only.
Experience: One to two years of medical/surgical RN experience preferred.
JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY:
Responsible and accountable for providing quality professional nursing care to patients and their families and significant others adhering to the WI Nurse Practice Act, Administrative Code of the WI Board of Nursing, and/or appropriate nursing standards governing nursing in the state of practice, the ANA Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice, the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses and Bellin Health Policies and Procedures. The responsibility includes providing a safe environment for patients, families, staff, and visitors and working collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary health care team to provide the best outcomes for the patient. Community involvement and collaboration is encouraged.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
- Assessment: Collects comprehensive data pertinent to the patient’s health and situation
- Diagnoses: Analyzes the assessment data to determine patient nursing diagnosis and issuesOutcomes: Identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized for a patient or a situation
- Planning: Develops a plan that prescribes strategies and alternatives to attain the expected outcomes that incorporate evidence-based practices
- Implementation: Implements the identified plan in a safe and timely manner
- Coordinates care delivery with multidisciplinary team members and others
- Delegates tasks and other duties appropriately providing adequate supervision
- Adheres to established policies and procedures and safe practices
- Employs strategies to promote health and safe practice through teaching and health promotion
- Evaluation: Evaluates progress towards attainment of expected outcomes
- Quality of Practice: Contributes to the evaluation, quality, and effectiveness of nursing practice
- Education: Attains knowledge and competency that reflects current nursing practice and life-long learning
- Communication: Communicates effectively in a variety of formats in all areas of practice
- Environmental Health: Practices in an environmentally-safe and healthy manner
- Professional Practice Evaluation: Evaluates own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines relevant statutes, rules and regulations
- Collaboration: Collaborates with patients, family, health care providers and others in the conduct of nursing practice
- Ethics: Practices at the highest ethical standards
- Evidence-based Practice and Research: Integrates evidence-based research into practice
- Resource Utilization: Utilizes appropriate resources related to safety effectiveness and cost in the delivery of nursing services
- Leadership: Provides leadership in the professional practice setting and in the profession
- Bellin Culture: Practices according to the Mission, Vision, and Strategic Objectives of Bellin Health
- Provides age-appropriate care/service as applicable to role
- Assures reliable, predictable outcomes and no needless waits
- Uses Information Systems to their full capability
- Duties as defined by specific department (if applicable)
ESSENTIAL JOB BEHAVIORS:
- Commits to Service Excellence and “The Bellin Experience”:
- Patient/Family Centered Care
- Demonstrates behavior consistent with Bellin’s values:
- People | Service | Innovation | Learn | Improve
- Practices corporate compliance and standards of confidentiality
- Practices lean thinking
All employees are provided with information on hazardous materials as part of general orientation. Education and training for the safe use and handling of hazardous materials specific to your department will be provided.