Job Profile Summary
The Registered Nurse (RN) is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care of patients. The staff RN utilizes the nursing process by use of technology, therapeutic intervention, evidence-based practice and coordination of care with other health team members.
Cassia Regional’s Intensive Care is a 6-bed unit that treats a variety of illnesses and patient types. The 6 bed ICU is connected with the med/surg department for a total of 25 beds. RN’s work closely with our on-site hospitalist, surgeons, medical doctors, and the Tele-critical care team from Utah as well as uses services such as Tele-neuro, Tele-psych, and Tele-infectious disease doctors associated with Intermountain Health to administer the best care possible to each patient. We treat a wide variety of adult patients with a diagnosis such as infectious diseases, cardiac and respiratory diseases, DKA, substance withdrawals, sepsis, PE, GI bleeds, surgical complications, psych issues, pancreatitis, electrolyte imbalances, BIPAP and ventilator patients as well as liver failure to name a few. We strive to always live Intermountain Health’s Values and Mission Statement and create the best possible stay for the patient.
Our department encourages teamwork, building strong relationships, caring, critical thinking, continued learning, and development.
Standard RN to patient ratio is 1:2 and at times 1:3 if patients are not too sick. If a patient is unstable on a ventilator the ratio is 1:1.
Preferred qualifications: Previous critical care or med/surg experience. On site clinical onboarding as well as McKay Dee training if needed.
· Benefits Eligible: Yes
· Shift Details: Day shift
· Department: Intensive Care Unit
· Primary Location: Cassia Hospital
· Additional Details: Licensed RN experience in a critical care or med/surg unit. One year of licensed RN experience in a hospital setting required.
Performs appropriate assessment of physical, social, and psychological status (including cognitive, communicative and developmental skills as appropriate).
Seeks and evaluates information acquired from other members of interdisciplinary team: patient, family, physician, non-nursing disciplines, support staff, others.
Uses assessment information and critical thinking skills to collaboratively develop individualized plan of care.
Actively seeks patient, family, team, and physician involvement to develop plan of care including needed education.
Collaboratively plans and prepares patients for further support needs once the current episode of care outcomes are met (i.e., teaching, referrals, and follow-up).
Directs the interdisciplinary care team via delegation, coordination and collaboration as appropriate.
Provides or delegates care consistent with plan of care, guidelines of care and professional licensure provisions.
Demonstrates the ability to set priorities and to coordinate and organize patient care delivery through effectively managing time, supplies, and resources.
Evaluates patient response to interventions through review of achievement of goals, clinical outcomes, patient and family satisfaction.
Revises plan of care as indicated, and reassesses changes as appropriate.
Promotes nursing profession and participate in development of others.
Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice: complies with regulatory standards, practices within scope of licensure, provides accurate & timely documentation, and understands legal implications of care delivery.
Current RN License in state of practice.
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Basic Life Support (BLS)
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Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
(Applicants must either have required additional certifications (e.g. ACLS, PALs, NRP) upon hire or must obtain them within a specified timeframe determined by service line and department guidelines.)
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Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
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RNs with less than 12 months of working experience as an RN prior to joining Intermountain must obtain their BSN within five years of their start date.
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN). Education must be obtained from an accredited institution. Degree will be verified.