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Avera Marshall Registered Nurse-Dec 2021 New Grad in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Registered Nurse (RN) - Short Stay/ED/Acute Care Unit Experience

What it a Short Stay Unit?

The Short Stay Observation Unit is an innovative care environment designed to streamline care for a diverse patient population admitted with an anticipated length of stay of 48 hours or less.

You will enjoy this Unit if you are nurse that:

  • Enjoys leading change and participating in designing effective care delivery models with a team passionate about developing innovative healthcare solutions.

  • Appreciates an active, challenging care environment that requires critical thinking.

  • Values autonomous professional nursing practice.

  • Possesses motivation to help create and deliver high-quality patient care in an energizing team environment.

    This is the role for you!

    Job Description:

    The Short Stay Unit team incorporates the expertise of multiple disciplines to provide a wide range of diagnostic and assessment services to help patients return to their optimal state of health and return to daily life, or to confirm a diagnosis and provide them with evidence-based inpatient care.

    Registered Nurses on the Short Stay Unit provide care for a wide variety of medical patients, including patients with diagnoses such as chest pain, syncope, headache, and TIA, as well as those who have undergone surgical procedures such as cystoscopy, same-day orthopedic surgery, thyroidectomy, and ERCP.

    Essential Skills:

  • Competence: Expansion of knowledge in clinical care and health care reform

  • Collaboration: Team focused unit dedicated to positive patient outcomes

  • Ethical Decisioning: Opportunity to participate in the process of clinical decisioning

  • Innovation: New concept in medical care, actively contribute to developing a care model to best serve an expanding patient population

Requirements:

  • Graduate from a CCNE or NLN accredited nursing program is strongly preferred. Graduate from an approved nursing program is acceptable.

  • Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred.

    If you have a passion and desire to enrich lives and touch the hearts of patients, consider joining our team in providing compassionate, high quality care and services within a caring Christian culture.

    What makes Avera Special? (http://www.avera.org/careers/what-makes-avera-special/)

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