Baystate Health RN Medical Intermediate Care Unit in Springfield, Massachusetts
RN Medical Intermediate Care Unit
You will be responsible for:
The provision of nursing care to assigned patients in accordance with current BH Standards of Care.
Administering and monitoring patient response to therapeutic interventions.
Demonstrating knowledge and application of the nursing process as it relates to patients and families.
Collaborating with health team members, patients/families in the provision of care.
Delegating and providing direct supervision to other health team members as appropriate in the implementation of the patient care plan.
Acting as an advocate for patients/families/significant others.
Practicing within accepted ethical and legal parameters of nursing.
What will you need?
Successfully passed Board of Registration in Nursing Examination and is licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Current Health Care Provider CPR certification required.
Experience: Minimum 1 to 5 years acute care RN experience
Education: BSN preferred
Full Time, 36 Hours/Week (12/Hr Shifts)
Part Time 24 Hours/Week (12/Hr Shifts)
Resume requested with completed application
About Baystate Health
Baystate Health is an integrated health care delivery system serving a population of nearly 1 million people in western Massachusetts. We are one of the largest health systems in New England with over 10,000 employees, three hospitals, and over 60 medical practices. Baystate Medical Center is the Western Campus of Tufts University School of Medicine, has the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the region and the only neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.
At Baystate Health, we believe nursing is both an art and a science. Our healthcare teams collaborate to provide respectful, inclusive patient-centered care. We are committed to excellence in practice, education, research, informatics and administration.
Springfield 2 is a 27 bed Medical/Surgical Unit consisting of 6 Intermediate Level beds and 21 general Medical beds capable of Telemetry monitoring.