Location CLEVELAND, TN (Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland)
Department Med/Surg (unit/floor 5)
Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland has an opening for a Resource RN! Our skilled teams work closely with patients, families and their primary care doctors. It's a great place to grow your Nursing skills with supportive Leadership! *Competitive rates and sign on bonus available
The ICU Registered Nurse, under supervision of the Nurse Manager and the Nursing Supervisor is responsible for the nursing care of the patients in the Intensive Care Unit and is responsible for the direction of patient care. The RN delivers care based on patient needs appropriate for the adolescent, adults, and geriatric patients. He/she demonstrates an interest in patient centered approach to total nursing care. Supervisors instruct staff in the department. Demonstrates cooperation, flexibility, and resourcefulness when dealing with patients, visitors, physicians, and hospital personnel. The RN shall be responsible for planning, supervising and evaluating the nursing care of patients and for correlating the nursing process, the medical plan of care and policies.
Must be a graduate of an approved school of nursing as evidenced by verification of state licensure.Diploma or transcripts required upon hire.
Minimum of one-year med/surg or critical care experience in an acute care facility within the last three years preferred.
Current Tennessee or Compact State Registered Nurse license required. Current BLS certification required upon hire. ACLS certification may be obtained after hire, if not current.
Tennova Healthcare - Cleveland
Cleveland is proud to be the home of Tennova Healthcare, a 350-bed acute care facility. The hospital offers a range of health care services, including a 7,000 square-foot, 24-hour emergency care unit. The emergency medicine team at Tennova Healthcare – Cleveland provides efficient, prompt and compassionate care to patients when they need it most. Our highly trained care teams can provide care for everything from cuts and broken bones to life-threatening conditions such as heart attack or stroke.