JOB OVERVIEW: The staff RN is a licensed professional who assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated time frame. This individual provides safe, quality care to these patients utilizing the nursing process as the basis for clinical practice.
AREA OF ASSIGNMENT: Maternal Child Float Pool HOURS OF WORK: Assigned tour of duty hours.
PREREQUISITES: Minimum 1 year experience in mother baby, level 2 NICU including CPAP, or pediatric nursing care. BSN preferred. Current licensure to practice as a registered nurse in the state of Washington. Successful completion of a graduate nurse residency program orientation or six months experience as a registered nurse. AHA BLS for healthcare providers required. Successful completion of the pre-hire Occupational evaluation for RNs.
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PREREQUISITES: Minimum 1 year experience in mother baby, level 2 NICU including CPAP, or pediatric nursing care. BSN preferred. Current licensure to practice as a registered nurse in the state of Washington. AHA BLS for healthcare providers required. Successful completion of the pre-hire Occupational evaluation for RNs. NRP, PALS within 3 months of hire Must be competent to perform patient assignments in mother baby care, pediatrics, and level 2 NICU including CPAP within 6 months of hire.
Additional Salary Information: Night shift and weekend differential $4.00/hour, Certification pay $1.35/hour
Internal Number: 2017-0200
About UW Medicine / Valley Medical Center
Valley Medical Center is the largest nonprofit hospital between Seattle and Tacoma, serving over 600,000 residents.
Located in Renton, Washington, VMC offers medical, surgical and 24-hour emergency care as a Level III Trauma Center. VMC is a regional resource with recognized medical specialties in joint replacement and orthopedics, neuroscience, stroke and spine, sleep medicine, and childbirth and neonatal care, and provides specialized heart and vascular, and cancer treatment.
Valley Medical Center's state-of-the-art Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides special monitoring, treatment, technology (including ventilation), and staff for sick or premature infants.
Neonatal intensive care at Valley Medical Center offers neonatologists and nurse practitioners available around the clock. Staff also practice developmental care, which research attributes to more positive outcomes in the sickest infants. Valley Medical Center's NICU is set up so that families could room together with their infants.
VMC offers competitive compensation and top-tier healthcare and retirement benefits…because we believe a healthy team equals great patient care. At Valley Medical C...enter, we serve a critical role in helping maintain and improve the health of our community. We share common core values such as compassion, respect, trust and teamwork. And we have an honest passion for helping others, patients and staff alike. If this excites and motivates you, consider joining our team!