Making Communities Healthier with Comprehensive Care...
You can get to know who we are and what truly makes us different by our mission, 'Making Communities Healthier'. As health care evolves, Clark Regional Medical Center is transforming patient safety and quality care - pushing the limits and paving the way to establish new practices and set new standards. We believe in putting the patient at the center of everything we do. We are developing the most innovative patient experiences with out constant investment in continuing education and leadership development programs.
We want you on our team...Clark Regional Medical Center in Winchester, an 18 minute drive from Lexington, KY is searching for a Registered Nurse to join our 22 Bed Emergency Department. This is a PRN, variable shift where you will provide direct patient care using the nursing process in accordance with applicable scope and standards of practice.
We are committed to serving the needs of our community and our region with exceptional quality and we are passionately focused on our patients. We consider quality more than just a set of criteria. It is a way of life for Clark, encompassing everything we do. This is an exciting time to join our team as we continue to grow and expand with new services.
At Clark Regional, we believe in building careers. That is why we offer an excellent tuition reimbursement program, competitive pay, a generous paid time off program, flexible spending account plan, choice of health insurance plans, dental, vision, life, disability plans, discounts in our cafe and various discounts in our community, traditional and Roth 401 (k) plans with a match, and free parking on our beautiful campus.
Essential functions include, but are not limited to:
- Performs plan of care intervention, including medication administration, specimen collection, clinical treatments, as well as other medical care treatment
- Documents patient care given
- Monitors, records, assesses and communicates patient condition as appropriate to care team, physician, patient, and family