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RN/Acute Care/Per Diem

  • Expired: December 14, 2022. Applications are no longer accepted.

RN/Acute Care/Per Diem

Part Time • Bonners Ferry


The Registered Nurse (RN) of the Acute Care Facility is responsible for supervising, delivering and evaluating patient care delivered by all components of the shift (i.e. LPN and CNA care delivered in a safe and timely manner based on the policies and procedures of the facility). The RN may also be responsible for the administrative activities of the shift as designated by the department supervisor.


+ Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.

+ Current Idaho professional RN license.

+ Six (6) months medical/surgical patient care experience.

+ Current CPR/BLS certification required

+ ACLS certification required within 2 months of hire. Prefer TNCC and PALS.

+ Must key board at 30 wpm; be proficient on computers i.e. Outlook and Electronic medical records systems.


+ 0-40 hours as needed per department needs

+ Must be able to work 12 hrs shifts from 6p to 6a.


+ Assigns staff appropriately for patient care during shift, according to acuity tool.

+ Receives and communicates pertinent shift reports to on-coming shift and what transpired in patient care and conditions.

+ Uses all available resources of information and assessment skills for patient evaluation.

+ Addresses, with supporting documentation, any questions, changes and concerns regarding a patient’s condition to the physician.

+ Performs procedures and treatments ordered for patients within the nurse practice act.

+ Administers ordered medications and is alert to difficulties, complications or side effects. Reports the findings appropriately. Documents medication given, or if refuses, why and responses to medications (PRN) given.

+ Demonstrates knowledge and use of equipment, including, but not limited to, enteral feeding pumps, SVN, Pulse oximeter, glucose monitor systems, nurse call and alarm systems, suctions systems, oxygen set-ups, cardiac monitors/telemetry, infusion pumps, patient controlled infusion pumps, IKG and lab draws.

+ Completion of comprehensive charting and administrative aspects of shift, including but not limited to, clinical records, care plans, admission assessments, discharge planning and medication records.

+ Demonstrates role as patient advocate regarding patient rights. The RN acts in this capacity among staff and family, as well as physicians and administration. Refers financial concerns to Social Services or facilities Patient Advocate.

+ Maintains good rapport with families of patients, acting as liaison between families and the physician, as well as families and administration.

+ Completes death care for patients and notification of organ procurement agency.

+ Communicates to Manager of Acute Care and Emergency Department any complaints, problems, occurrences, deterioration of patient status or personnel problems immediately.

+ Admits new patients to include the admission assessment, obtaining physician orders, database and admitting notes, initiating patient care plan and coordinating with Social Services for admission packet signatures.

+ Must wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as situations require maintaining Infection control standards set by the Hospital.

Why work for Boundary Community Hospital?

If you are looking for a career as an integral part of a healing team, Boundary Community Hospital just may be the place for you. Nestled in the heart of the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains, Boundary Community Hospital serves over 10,000 residents in Boundary County. As a Critical Access Hospital, our services are essential to the local community; all of our staff members, from devoted Housekeepers to Physicians, are vital to the health care services we offer and are at the heart of who we are. With that in mind, we take our roles seriously and welcome new applicants who are ready to brave the quiet wilderness of North Idaho. Boundary Community Hospital is settled in Bonners Ferry Idaho where you may enjoy your time off pursuing a playground of fishing, hiking, camping, snowmobiling, skiing, snowboarding, boating, biking, golfing, shooting, spectacular scenery, and peaceful surroundings. Almost any outdoor experience is possible — right out your front door.

We offer a small community environment that harnesses new ideas while embracing old traditions. We have solid K-12 schools, civic organizations such as Rotary club and the Rod Benders (car club), churches, and a full array of opportunities.

Boundary Community Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

All job postings are paid under the40-hour overtime Wage and Hour Law.

**BCH is required to adhere to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate. You must provide documentation of vaccine status or have an approved religious exemption or medical accommodation on file no later than your first week of employment.

We participate in E-Verify. Information from each employee's I-9 will be provided to the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security, to confirm authorization to work in the United States.

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Boundary Community Hospital


Bonners Ferry, ID
83805 USA



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