EPR - LPN - SURREY PLACE NURSING - PRN - $50 hr.
Company: St. Luke's Hospital
Posted on: January 8, 2021
Description:Summary: Performs the primary functions of a
Licensed Practical Nurse. Performs the primary functions of a
registeredprofessional in evaluating a designated group of
residents in accordance with all established Nursing standards and
hospital policies.Is responsible for managing all assigned
personnel, supplies and equipment on the unit and for promoting
Team work with all members of the health care team. Performs duties
and responsibilities in a manner consistent with our mission and
values.Job Duties:1. Directs all care to team members 5%a. Assists
with scheduling/coordinating treatments with all disciplines2. Acts
as resident liaison and advocate. 5%3. Assures proper documentation
20%a. Monthly summariesb. Care Plansc. MDSd. Narcotic CTS.e.
Documentation assessments.4. Participates in discharge planning
10%a. Attends care plan meetingsb. Identifies home educational
needs.c. Instructs and educates residents/significant other to diet
meals, activities, etc.5. Assures orders are processed as follows
6%a. Checks and signs off ordersb. Accepts telephone orders from
MD/s officesc. Processes monthly orders6. Makes initial and
continuous resident assessment: 6%a. Communicates the
interpretation of lab data, EKG's, etc.b. Consults with doctorc.
Makes residents roundsd. Manages residents in house transfer
through systeme. Reviews drug therapyf. Assess ADL'sg. Coordinates
administering of treatments between disciplines.7. Coordinates all
aspects of resident care, including planning, intervention,
education and evaluation: 20%a. Inserts/maintains NG tubeb.
Performs IV insertions, trouble shooting, maintenancec. Performs
suture removald. Performs drain removal/maintains drainse.
Participates in stat team responsef. Participates in all fire
drillsg. Provides resident educationh. Conducts resident care
conferencesi. Draws labs/specimen collectionj. Performs EKG'sk.
Performs CAPDl. Administers respiratory treatment's, ie: pulse
oximetry, Nebs, oxygenm. Assist residents with ADL's, treatment
ambulationn. Shift reporto. Knowledge of accessing variety of
central lines8. Performs other resident care activities to include:
10%a. Applying slings/binders/bracesb. V.S.c. Sterile/aseptic
dressing changesd. Insertion of Foley catheterse. Complex skin
caref. Giving enemasg. Applies restraintsh. Checks emergency
equipmentI. Collects CQI dataj. Measures for/applies TED hosek.
Assist with feeding.l. Trach care/suctioning9. Performs supervisory
duties 10%a. Supervises care team membersb. Supervises studentsc.
Interprets Surrey Place policy for team membersd. Participates in
various nursing or interdisciplinary. committees PRNe. Assists in
providing adequate staffingf. Participates in roundsg. Participates
with standards development10. Oversees the education of staff 5%a.
Develops and educates staffb. Orients new employeesc. Participates
in performance monitoring (peer review)d. Maintains core and unit
specific competencies11. Performs other duties as assigned. 3%The
most significant of duties are included but this does not exclude
work assignments not mentioned or developmental
duties.Education:Current licensure as a practical nurse in the
State of Missouri.Successful completion of a State Board approved
IV course of instruction within 6 months of employment.License -
Certification - Registration (Text Only): Current licensure as a
practical nurse in the State of Missouri. Successful completion of
a State Board approved IV course of instruction within 6 months of
employment. Experience:Long-term and or Medicare experience
helpful.Reporting Relationships (Text Only): Job Relationships:
Member of a comprehensive healthcare team, including other
healthcare providers, the patient, the patient's family and
significant others. Working Conditions:Employee is required to
stand and walk frequently (34-66% of the time). Employee must
lift/carry frequently Employee may be required to lift over 100 lbs
with assistance. Employee is frequently required to bend, squat,
kneel and reach forward occasionally (1-33% of the time). Employee
is required to use one or both hands for simple grasping,
pushing/pulling and fine manipulation. Employee is occasionally
exposed to the following environmental conditions: Temperature
changes, dust, noise, fumes, electrical hazards, and CRT terminal
work. Employee may be exposed to blood/air borne pathogens.Verbal
and cognitive abilities are necessary. Motor coordination and
manual dexterity are required. Speech, hearing and visual acuity
are essential. Work shifts may vary to meet specific patient care
demands. Employee must demonstrate an ability to work with people
tactfully and exhibit qualities of sound
judgment.Mission/Values:MISSIONFaithful to our
Episcopal-Presbyterian heritage and its ministry of healing, St.
Luke's is dedicated to improving the health of the communities we
serve.Using talents and resources responsibly, we provide high
quality, safe care with compassion, professional excellence and
respect for each other and those we serve.VISIONAs an independent
healthcare network, we create healthy communities in the region
through our commitment to high quality, safe and personalized
services.CORE VALUESHuman DignityWe accept and treat all persons as
being created in the image of God.CompassionWe respond with caring
to the needs of others as if they were members of our
family.JusticeWe honor each person's rights and responsibilities in
light of the common good.ExcellenceWe set and strive to attain high
standards of performance and continuous improvement.StewardshipWe
use our talents and resources wisely, with honesty and
integrity.FACES - Friendly - Available - Caring - Efficient - Safe
Communication Standards: Promotes and provides courteous and
effective communication with internal and external customers.
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