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AdventHealth Registered Nurse - ICU Unit Educator - Full Time Days - Sebring in Sebring, Florida


Registered Nurse ICU Unit Educator AdventHealth Sebring

Location Address: 4200 Sun 'n Lake Boulevard Sebring, FL 33872

Top Reasons to Work at AdventHealth Sebring
  • Faith Based & Mission driven Facility
  • Largest Employer in the County
  • Surrounded by beautiful Lakes, Golf Courses and Florida’s oldest State Park
  • Close knit community with a home town family feel
  • 2 hours to just about any beach on either Coast
Work Hours/Shift:
Full Time Days
You Will Be Responsible For:
  • Performs assessments and determines the total nursing needs of assigned patients.
  • Follows the principals of AIDET in all patient and family interactions.
  • Assesses patient/family needs in relation to presenting problem, care needs, physical condition and learning needs.
  • Performs head-to-toe assessment on all patients and reassessments as per policy.
  • Identifies problems and or/or nursing diagnosis and plans for nursing interventions.
  • Anticipates patient care problems and initiates corrective actions.
  • Recognizes abnormal diagnostic laboratory data, drug levels, blood gas values, and radiologic data and knows the significance of each.
  • Recognizes the patient’s and family’s perception of hospitalization and health status.
  • Identifies the patient’s learning needs and implement appropriate measures to meet them including the family in the process. Educates patient/families regarding new medications including effects and potential side effects.
  • Formulates a goal directed plan of care and develops appropriate nursing diagnosis based on needs specific to the standard of care and updates according to policy.
  • Implements appropriate diagnosis specific interdisciplinary plan of care (IPOC).
  • Coordinates patient care to assure diagnosis specific quality measures are met.
  • Accurately performs nursing actions to achieve patient care goals.
  • Establishes priorities of patient care based on the needs of the patient.
  • Implements a comprehensive patient care plan that includes baseline admission data, plans for treatment plans and goals for discharge.
  • Implements specific interventions, treatments, and medications as defined in the plan of care and documents outcomes.
  • Recognizes emergency situations and takes appropriate actions.
  • Consistently uses tools available in the electronic medical record (EMR) to ensure patient safety and to optimize patient care:
  • Performs real-time documentation
  • Reviews task list at least every two hours. Initiates and signs off physician orders promptly.
  • Initiates diagnosis specific IPOCs and updates at least once per shift or change in patient condition.
  • Performs bedside report using the SBAR in the EMR at each hand-off report.
  • Complies with national patient safety standards regarding patient identification prior to treatments and medication administration.
  • Accurately administers all medications in a safe manner displaying competence in the use of an automated dispensing machine and mPPID technology where applicable.
  • Accurately and safely performs and supervises the care of patients requiring complex interventions.
  • Maintains aseptic technique, demonstrating knowledge of infection control practices.
  • Accurately sets up, maintains, monitors and supervises use of IV pump, PCA pump, and epidural pump.
  • Maintains a safe environment within the hospital for patients and families. Performs rounding according to the departmental plan on assigned patients to ensure control of pain, patient positioning, toileting and convenient placement of supplies and equipment. 
  • Incorporates new procedures and philosophies into one’s work performance.
  • Evaluates quality of patient care and outcomes based on care and treatments administered.
  • Conducts and/or participates in multidisciplinary patient care conferences.
  • Coordinates the activities of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Confirms patient’s understanding of care and treatments received.
  • Accepts responsibility for one’s own professional standards.
  • Accepts and adjusts to changes imposed by government regulations, consumer demands, professional organizations, and other external/internal forces.
  • Accepts responsibility for one’s own actions by initiating the risk report mechanisms.
  • Maintains current clinical, technical, professional competencies, certifications and licensure requirements.
  • Attends a minimum of 75% of scheduled staff meetings annually.
  • Attends mandatory hospital in-services
  • Embraces opportunities to elarn new skills
  • Assists in the organization and operations of the unit via educating and complying with guidelines, policy and procedures
  • Complies with departmental, divisional and hospital policies and standards.
  • Handles emergencies, staffing shortages, shift rotations and floating assignments professionally.
  • Demonstrates awareness of the rising costs of health care by using supplies and equipment in a responsible manner.
  • Maintains equipment in its proper working condition, identifies malfunctioning equipment and takes appropriate action.
  • Reviews current literature and other available resources.
  • Seeks and accept constructive criticism and implement actions designed for self-improvement
  • Shows self-direction and leadership by functioning without the need for close supervision
  • Plans, organizes and delivers unit based education programs and education to staff
  • Demonstrates skills of the highest level at the unit bedside
  • Creates and environment that promotes learning for staff and patients
  • Remains current with all credentials
  • Provides staff with resources for learning new skills
  • Plans, teaches, conducts in-services and just in time education for nursing staff
  • Assesses unit needs, develops goals for meeting educational needs, implements education plan with unit leaders and evaluates goal achievement
  • Collaborates with and participates in collective learning opportunities of the organization
  • Fosters inter-organizational relationships
  • Other duties as assigned
What You Will Need:
  • Mental and emotional stability, demonstrating a courteous and calm approach to all contacts with patients, visitors, and health care team members.
  • Mature judgment and the ability to handle confidential information within Florida Hospital guidelines and applicable regulations.
  • Personal qualities such as kindness, compassion, understanding, integrity, respect, sense of humor, discretion and confidentiality.
  • Ability to communicate verbally in English and in written form with persons of varied backgrounds in a respectful, effective and professional manner.
  • Ability to learn and apply computer related applications and programs, including using electronic keyboards and other peripheral devices.
  • Ability to communicate verbally in English and in written form with persons of varied backgrounds in a respectful, effective and professional manner.
  • Critical thinking / problem solving skills
  • Teamwork, tact and conflict resolution
  • Organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills
  • Ability to provide leadership, direction, and solve complex problems
  • Performs accurate documentation within the electronic medical record
  • Ability to demonstrate proficiency in clinical skills, multi-tasking, and a professional bedside manner
  • Knowledgeable in assigned areas of patient care including health promotion and maintenance
  • Minimum of Diploma in Nursing
  • Minimum 2 years of current experience in area of expertise
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite products
  • AMSN within 12 months of employment or transfer
  • Current Florida RN License
  • BLS – condition of employment
  • ACLS – condition of employment
Job Summary:

The Registered Nurse Unit Educator is responsible for the coordination of patient care using a multidisciplinary approach to the Nursing process in accordance with the Hospital's Mission, physician and patient expectations, as well as professionals with the highest level of knowledge and skill in their area of clinical expertise A RN Unit Educator works under the supervision of the Nurse Manager in delivering education to unit staff that is derived from best practice standards.  The unit educator works closely with the physician providers to provide optimal multidisciplinary care to the patient.  These duties

will be performed in an acceptable manner according to the hospitals philosophy, policies, procedures, standards, mission, vision, goals and management expectations
This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.

We are an equal opportunity employer and do not tolerate discrimination based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, age or disability/handicap with respect to recruitment, selection, placement, promotion, wages, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment.