The RN / GN must have the skill and knowledge to provide population specific care. He/She must have the ability to assess, evaluate, identify, and interpret the requirement and needs of the patients and perform based on those findings.
Provide leadership for the unit by making staffing decisions in concert with supervisor, labor and delivery, nursery and womens health.Is accountable for and is able to organize, prioritize and make appropriate patient assignments.Holds self and other staff members accountable and exhibits responsibility for work performance and continuous improvement of patient care in his/her work area and throughout the hospital.Ensures self-compliance with professional, regulatory and government standards of care.Demonstrates the knowledge of needs and tasks for Womens Health and Labor and Delivery (including outpatients)Ensures that she/he and the staff for whom they are responsible, satisfactorily complete clinical procedures, documentation, and appropriate teaching for patients in the department
. QUALIFICATIONSEducation a.) RN graduate of Accredited School of NursingLicensure/CertificationMust have valid, current license by the Missouri State Board of NursingCurrent Basic Life Support (BLS) certification/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) required.Work Experience a.) Successful completion of hospital orientation