Charge Nurse 10 Harbert

  • Birmingham, AL
  • MedSurg 10 Harbert
  • Full-time - Evening/Night shift - PM/Night Shift - Monday-Sunday variable Every other weekend
  • Management
  • Req #: 318687
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  • Job Summary
    • Responsible for the assessment, coordination, implementation, and evaluation for the delivery of patient care on the assigned shift. Supervises and evaluates work performance in accordance with established criteria based standards of performance. Responsible for the coordination of clinical operations.
  • Education
    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in nursing required or must be achieved within 3 years of assuming role. Associate’s degree RN who are currently in the role may be grandfathered in.
  • Experience
    • Bachelors in nursing or related field with 2 years or more of clinical nursing experience preferred including 1 year of recent pediatric/psych/OR nursing experience preferred.
  • Licensures, Certifications, and/or Registries
    • Current RN license in the State of Alabama
    • Current BLS certification

Additional Information

10 Harbert is a 24 bed medical-surgical unit with a focus on the following specialties: Neurology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, and Rehabilitation services. Eight beds are designated for the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. We provide patient/family-focused, quality-driven nursing services for pediatric patients ranging from neonates to adolescents. 
Our unit has a strong focus on patient and family education. This focus allows the nurses working on our unit the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. Our staff prides themselves on working as a team with our main goal being to provide not only quality patient care but excellent customer service as well. 
The Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) is an 8-bed mini-unit located on 10H. The EMU is designated Level 4 by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC). Level 4 is the highest level for units that specialize in the care of epilepsy patients including seizure evaluation through a treatment plan. The Epileptologist, Nurse Practitioners, and Technicians are highly trained specialists in the evaluation and treatment of epilepsy through GRID and stereoelectroencephalographical placement and surgery.
 
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