Registered Nurse (RN) Intensive Care Unit (ICU) - PRN
The role of the ICU Nurse is to perform patient care under the direction of the Nurse Manager/Director. The Registered Nurse provides therapeutic and administrative services necessary for the care of the patient, and in support of the mission of Lee's Summit Medical Center.
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- Culture of Department/Hospital
- Ability to give state of the art care
Lee's Summit Medical Center
is a full-service hospital serving Lee's Summit and surrounding areas. All services are supported by a medical staff of more than 300 physicians who represent more than 40 specialties. Lee's Summit Medical Center has more than 500 highly trained staff members and 50 volunteers.
Just a few of our Accreditations, awards, and certifications:
Qualifications: Minimum Requirements : Education:
- Becker Hospital Review's 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare - 2015
- The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval - Hospital Accreditation
- The Joint Commission Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® - 2014 recognition
- American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Get With The Guidelines® Gold Plus Honor Roll - Stroke Achievement's Choice Award - Emergency Care Award
BSN preferred Licensure/ Certifications:
- Must have a current MO RN license upon hire or a current multistate RN license. If only a multistate RN license is provided upon hire, a MO RN license will be required within 90 days of employment.
- BLS required upon hire and ACLS required within 6 months of hire. NIH Stroke Scale certification required within 90 days of hire and annually within the fiscal year.
- Shall document a minimum of eight (8) hours of cerebrovascular (stroke) related continuing nursing education per fiscal year.
- Shall be credentialed in trauma care (TNCC) within one 6 months of assignment documenting a minimum of eight (8) hours of trauma related continuing nursing education per year.
- 1-2 years of previous experience preferred.
- Prior experience in emergency, pre-hospital or critical care preferred
A little about us:
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