Hospice RN - PRN

Job ID
2021-162318
Employment Type
Per Diem
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Hours / Pay Period
2
Facility
MercyOne Hospice
Shift
Day
Standard Hours
Schedule Varies
Work Schedule
4 Hour
Location
IA-Johnston

Overview

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MercyOne Hospice has provided hospice services within the local community for over 20 years. Focused on providing expert care to people in the last stages of a life-limiting condition, our compassionate team of caregivers provide the best quality of life possible, through physical, spiritual, and emotional support that respects the patient’s wishes and ensures peace. We are also dedicated to each patient’s loved ones and family and strive to create a sense of community and comfort through compassionate care that extends to bereavement counseling and ongoing grief support.

 

 

Responsibilities

 

Are you looking for an Exciting Career Path with a company that is inclusive to all and knows you by your name, not just another headcount?

 

Then MercyOne is where you need to be!

 

We offer:HOSPICE TRAINING, COMPETITIVE SALARY,FREE CEI COURSES, MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT, FLEXIBILITY, WORK-LIFE BALANCE your journey begins here with MercyOne.

 

 

As a PRN Hospice Registered Nurse you determine the medical, spiritual, and psychosocial needs of the patient and their family. The Hospice Registered Nurse will determine the appropriate level of hospice care for the patient in order to meet their needs and individualize a plan of care.  Services will be discussed, medications will be reviewed, equipment ordered if necessary, conversations with the physician will occur, and consents for care obtained; all while maintain and initiating regular hospice care for our patient’s.

 

Join our team and share your passion for Nursing and warm smile.

Apply Today!

 

Qualifications

 

  • An active RN license in the state of Iowa
  • One year of RN experience and Hospice (Willing to train Hospice skill in house)
  • Associate Degree preferred. Bachelors Degree a plus
  • Knowledge of administering medications
  • The ability to think and act quickly and discern the difference between urgent vs. emergency situations
  • Ability to be very autonomous while still being part of a care team
  • Passion for excellence in quality of care
  • Effective leadership in collaborating with all team members including physicians and ancillary team members
  • Must have good communication skills
  • Must have good interpersonal skills

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