Overnight Registered Nurse (RN) - Facility Work
Company: Interim HealthCare
Posted on: January 12, 2022
Registered Nurse (RN) - Flexible Assignments & Hours - Full-Time
or Part-TimePay Rate: $40.00 per hourAre you an RN in the Topeka
area looking to join a growing family business that has a family
culture? Interim Healthcare of Topeka is searching for an RN that
enjoys the overnight hours to join our team in the Topeka area. If
you are looking for flexible scheduling that works around your
life, this job is the one for you! We are currently have hours &
opportunities for flexible scheduling all across the board!General
Purpose:The Registered Nurse is responsible and accountable for
assessing, planning, directing, providing and evaluating nursing
care to patients in accordance with facility/department policies,
procedures, clinical guidelines, physician's orders, and
established standards of practice. -Company Overview:The Stehley
Family has locally owned and operated Interim Healthcare in the
State of Kansas for 42 years. Interim Healthcare of Topeka,
Manhattan, and Lawrence is the only agency in these areas that
offers the full continuum of care - which consists of Home Health,
Hospice, Private Duty, and Staffing Services. Our Mission Statement
is 'We Improve People's Lives', and that is the core of what we
believe in here at Interim Healthcare. If you are looking to join a
company that is growing & has a family culture, this may be the job
you have been looking for! -Nationally, Interim HealthCare has been
providing great jobs to great people for over 50 years and there
are more than 300 offices across the country. That kind of
stability combined with our commitment to integrity makes us your
perfect career partner.Benefits:
- Locally Owned And Operated
- Health Coverage (If Full-Time Status)
- Dental Coverage
- Vision Coverage
- Flexible Assignment to fit your Needs
- Competitive Salary and Benefits
- Paid Holidays
- Life Insurance
- Free Education CoursesEssential Functions:
- Reads and analyzes technical reports and data (e.g. lab and
diagnostic reports), policy and procedure manuals, written
physician's orders, and safety manuals, as well as a variety of
instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
- - -
- Responds to inquiries and complaints from physicians, patients,
family/visitors, colleagues and other health care providers and
- Presents written and verbal education and direction to
patients, family, licensed and unlicensed staff. -
- Utilizes and calculates fractions, percentages, volume, ratios,
and proportions, as well as apply basic algebraic concepts to
practical situations (e.g. drug calculations, infusion rate
calculations) in the course of daily assignments.
- Establishes effective relationships with patients, physicians,
families/visitors, coworkers and superiors.
- Provides professional, respectful and compassionate care to all
- Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the care provided to
all patients assigned. -
- Recognizes changing patient conditions and emergency situations
and appropriately intervenes.
- Demonstrates critical thinking skills, sound judgment, and
leadership in planning, implementing and evaluating the care of the
- Displays a working knowledge of disease pathophysiology, common
diagnostic tests and procedures, as well as treatment plans. -
- Provides direct care to patients with a wide variety of
diagnoses, conditions, and diseases through ongoing contact
throughout the assignment/shift. - - - - -
- Administers medications according to established medication
administration principles, physician orders and facility policy and
- Reviews, interprets, transcribes and carries out physician
- Maintains a safe environment for all patients assigned. -
- Operates all patient equipment and devices according to
operating instructions and facility policy.
- Provides legible, clear written or electronic documentation of
all patient care provided, medications administered, and the
patient's response to care. -
- Maintains confidentiality of all patient information in
accordance with contracting employer's policies and procedures.
- Supervises professional and non-professional personnel
providing patient care. - Provides supervision to others through
task assignments, direction, evaluation and feedback of assigned
- Completes other assignments as requested and assigned.
- May have access to personal health information ("PHI")
necessary to fulfill the above duties and responsibilities. -
Access to use and ability to disclose PHI is further defined by
each organization/department.Minimum Education & Experience
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
- Able to provide COVID-19 Vaccination Documentation
- Current state license in good standing.
- One (1) year of nursing experience and/or as defined by the
- Able to provide proof of current Basic Life Support (BLS)
training including adults, children and infants. Additional
trainings may be required dependent upon specialty or facility
requirements. -Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required: -
- Meets the requirements of federal and/or state criminal and
abuse background checks where applicable.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate in English with
all levels of the healthcare team, both clinical and
- Demonstrated ability to perform and prioritize multiple
functions or tasks.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively deal with multiple
- Able to work as a member of a team, including but not limited
to managing stress appropriately, making decisions under pressure,
and handling multiple priorities.
- Able to manage anger/fear/hostility/violence of self and
- Proof of valid driver's license if applicable.
- Meets applicable health requirements to provide patient care.
-Working Conditions & Physical Effort: -
- Work is performed in various health care settings and not
limited to clinics, schools, hospitals, nursing homes, doctor's
offices or occupational settings.
- Work environment involves frequent exposure to communicable
diseases, blood borne pathogens and/or potentially infectious or
hazardous materials and situations that require following extensive
safety precautions and may include the use of protective equipment
(e.g. face masks, goggles, latex or non latex gloves).
- Work environment may involve occasional exposure to potential
electrical shock, and to x-ray/electromagnetic energy.
- Able to spend varying amounts of time sitting, standing and
- Able to frequently lift, reposition, and transfer clients and
to stand, bend, stoop, squat, kneel and reach freely and assist
clients with standing and walking.
- Sufficient endurance to perform the required physical and
mental tasks over long periods of time.
- Requires normal, correctable vision and hearing and the ability
to identify and distinguish colors.
- Requires excellent hand-eye coordination and fine motor
function necessary to operate equipment safely and
calculate/prepare medications and other procedures.
- Able to successfully work in areas that are confined and/or
- Medium physical activity may require frequent lifting,
carrying, pushing or pulling up to 50 lbs.
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