In this position, the Registered Nurseprovides care designed to meet individualemergent, urgent and non-urgent patient needs through use of the nursing process in collaboration with other health professionals. The RN has primary responsibility and accountability for the delivery and coordination of nursing care of patients who present with a wide range of physical, social and physiological conditions. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Emergency Environment Formulates a nursing diagnosis based on health status data and psychosocial assessment data and then develops, implements and communicates a plan of care that prescribes the nursing actions and priorities to achieve the patient plan of care goals Uses principles of triage and the nursing process to assess high-risk behavior in varying situations and determines appropriate resources to assist in stabilizing high-risk situations. Responds to comfort needs of the patient and patient/family requests for health information Clinical Knowledge and Decision-Making Ability Integrates and internalizes theoretical knowledge into clinical expertise Develops focused assessment and critical thinking skills and utilizes evidence-based research to guide practice and enhance positive patient outcomes. Develops and modifies individualized plans of care; communicates changes in the plan of care to the patient and healthcare team. Collaboration and Professional Responsibility Systematically evaluates the quality and effectiveness of nursing care and participates in individual and collective activities to improve patient care and the healthcare environment. Participates in the advancement of the nursing profession through contributions to practice, education, administration, and research.Minimum 2 years of experienceworking in similar size facility.Required: ACLS, BLS, PALS, NIH, TNCC*?*See Crisis Compliance Checklist in Facility Documents.**? Additional Information:Pre-Start Instructions: Once we receive all of the required onboarding material, required coursework instructions will be emailed to the contractor, including Login information (Username-C# and Initial Password) to be completed before the first date. HealthStream online training: www.healthstream.com/hlc/leavenworth First Day Instructions: Travelers are to report to the Main Lobby-Guest Services at the Hospital (1231 N. 30th Street) at 8:00 a.m. on their start date for COVID-19 screening. Human Resources will provide their badge at that time. Please bring a Photo ID. Due to COVID-19, all training is virtual. Employee Parking Lot/Garage or in surrounding neighborhood, unless sign says permit or patient parking. Position Urgency:Quick Start