Monrovia Memorial Hospital is a completely renovated, fully licensed and accredited acute care hospital at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, Monrovia Memorial Hospital offers a rare combination of both peaceful atmosphere and high level medical care.
MMH IS LOOKING FOR A PER DIEM, NIGHT, Nursing Supervisor, 12-hour shifts (Be available to work a minimum of two (2) shifts per pay period).
MINIMUM TWO (2) YEARS experience as a supervisory role in an acute care setting.
Previous experience as a charge nurse in acute care and/or subacute preferred.
Licensure/Certification /Education Requirements:
Current license as a Registered Nurse in the State of California
Baccalaureate degree in Nursing or related field (preferred)
Current BCLS certification
Current ACLS certification
Coordination of care:
Assists in the coordination of the care and treatment for the adult or geriatric patient ages 18 and over.
Works collaboratively with department managers to influence patient care practices in the hospital
Documentation & Reports:
Accurately and neatly completes written reports, projects tasks within an acceptable timeframe to include: census reports, shift reports, staffing sheets, acuity reports, staffing hour’s summary, event reports,
Assists to maintain registry files and nursing office records neatly, accurately and completely.
Supports maintaining the standards for the clinical practice of nursing, to include:
The delivery of nursing care model
The critical elements of the Hospital Plan for the Provision of Nursing Care
Implements current standards of care and practices that support clinical activities, as guided by policy and procedure.
Ensures that the Nursing department’s procedures are maintained.
Utilizes customer input as a mechanism for proposing nursing policy and improving care.
Serves as a professional role model to motivate the clinical staff
Routinely demonstrates expertise in clinical practice, providing immediate support to nursing staff for IV’s, special procedures, transcription of orders, patient assessment and emergency life safety procedures.
Ensures staff are competent to set-up, manage and operate equipment and supplies safely and correctly.
Effectively coordinates patient care, making rounds to assess operations and problem-solve in a thorough and timely manner.
Utilizes information from continuing education courses/programs to improve the practice of nursing and health care delivery system.
Recommends plans for personnel development and training needs of the staff by being aware of quality assurance indicators and event report investigations that identify staff performance-training needs.
Monitors employee compliance with documentation of a change in the patient’s condition pertinent to treatments and patient response to treatments in the patient medical record.
Obtains medications and/or supplies and/or medical records as needed to maintain safe, efficient and therapeutic care to the patients on a continuing basis, in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Assists in providing care and monitoring patient receiving procedural (moderate) sedation.