This very unique Endocrinology position combines the best of both - Inperson care, and administering procedures! The incumbent will spend three days in the primary hospital clinic, and one day at our Gilbert Clinic conducting STIM procedures. The incumbent will support/work with a tight knit group of professionals. This role will be heavy in person patient interaction; meeting patients/families in person, phone and Zoom calls. The primary job duties for this unique position will be providing triage for patients/families who call in for advice on various concerns; reviewing urgent requests for endocrinology screens; meeting with patient/families to administer injections in the clinic - or providing training/education to patient/families on how to give an injection. Injections may include growth hormone deficiency, various endocrinology disorders, early onset of puberty, and/or suppression of puberty. PCH is also the primary source for the review of all abnormal newborns screens in the state for endocrinology. This is a very fast paced unit, and the successful candidate will have strong multi tasking skills, time management and outstanding critical thinking skills and follow up. This position is a full time, M - F, 8 AM - 5 PM, but may have some flexibility in hours once training has been completed to go to 4 /10hr shifts. We are looking for a nurse who has 3 - 5 years of pediatric experience to be part of our team. Incumbent must be computer savvy, able to chart information, utilize Microsoft office suite, which will also include scheduling Zoom meetings/teaches to demonstrate injections, as well as providing mediation teaches. This position is onsite at the main hospital 3 days/week and one day at the Gilbert Clinic to administer STIM procedures. (4/10 schedule will only be offered once incumbent has been fully trained, and is able to administer STIM procedures independently). NO NEW GRADS, please.
This position, in collaboration with the healthcare team, patient, and family, coordinates and promotes patient health utilizing evidence-based practice in the delivery of professional nursing care across the care continuum. This position advocates for the patient and family adhering to nursing and medical plans of care, regulatory standards, and organizational values.
Two year (ADN) degree in nursing, a four year degree (BSN) in nursing, or a Diploma Nursing degree. (Required)
Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or currently enrolled in an RN to BSN program. (Preferred)
Pediatric experience. (Preferred)
Current State of Arizona RN license or an RN license from a compact state with multistate privileges or the ability to establish licensure according to Arizona law prior to start date. (Required)
Current BLS certification for Healthcare Provider from the American Heart Association. (Required)
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification may be required within 90 days of entry into the position for select departments. (Preferred)