Tomball Regional Medical Center
- Tomball, Texas Charge Nurse (RN) - Medical Surgical Unit Shift: Days, no weekends
Since 1976, Tomball Regional Medical Center
(TRMC) has provided quality healthcare to the communities we serve including emergency care, labor and delivery, a level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), general surgery, cardiology, pulmonary medicine, acute inpatient rehabilitation, sports medicine, physical therapy, orthopedics, outpatient testing, wound care and many others. Our 150-acre campus and 350 bed hospital also features designated specialty centers: the Heart Center, the Tomball Regional Medical Center Wound and Hyperbaric Center, and Texas Sports Medicine Center. Tomball Regional Medical Center
is currently looking for a Charge Nurse (RN) - Medical Surgical Unit
- The Lead Charge Nurse is a professional nurse leader who is permanently assigned the responsibility for organizing and managing his/her unit on each assigned shift.
- He/she ensures that individualized, age specific, goal directed care is provided on her unit.
- The Lead Charge Nurse ensures that the needs of the patient/client are assessed in order to develop and evaluate a plan of care.
- The Lead Charge Nurse ensures that the plans of care for patients are on current nursing knowledge/skills and institutional methodology.
- The Lead Charge Nurse makes assignments to licensed and non-licensed staff commensurate with their experience, knowledge and ability and according to the Texas Nursing Practice Act and hospital policy.
- Responsible for compliance with overall nursing practice standards of the specialty area (Reports to Department Director
- Responsible for compliance with standards during assigned shift (Reports to House Supervisor
- Uses established principles of delegation and supervision to direct the activities of all licensed and non-licensed care givers and support staff in the delivery of patient care during their assigned shif
- Uses independent judgment to ensure optimal delivery of patient care and appropriate use of available resources
- B.S. Nursing required.
- Current Texas licensure with State Board of Nurse Examiners as an RN.
- Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association required.
- 2 years clinical experience in area of expertise required.
- Previous leadership experience preferred.
A little about us:
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