Weekends - work 30 hours and get paid for 40 hours
Rochester, New York
You might be interested in working every weekend and one week day, ten hour shifts and get paid for 40 hours.
Must be available for orientation full-time M-F for 8 weeks.
This position is responsible for direct nursing care. The RN is responsible for the delivery of patient care. This involves the assessment of patient and family needs, and the development, implementation and evaluation of an appropriate plan of nursing care. This RN may also serve as the case manager, which involves the identification of appropriate services, supervision of home health aide staff and ongoing review and evaluation of the utilization of services.
- Systematically and continuously collects and documents opening and/or revisit assessment data regarding the patient and family needs.
- Identifies and prioritizes health problems based on assessments.
- Develops, implements and evaluates multidisciplinary goal directed intervention plans based on identified needs in collaboration with the attending physician and other health team members.
- Manages and coordinates patient care in a manner which ensures the efficient and effective delivery of appropriate home care services and community support.
- RN's may be assigned as primary nurses with responsibility for all case coordination of patients requiring any other type of care upon approval.
- Assesses the need for home health aide services, establishes the aide activity sheet, supervises and evaluates the aide in the performance of his/her patient care duties.
- Communicates all changes in patient status and/or service needs to the appropriate health team member and ensures appropriate action is taken in a timely manner.
- Facilitates the development and implementation of patient discharge plans.
- Documents all patient care and coordinating activities in a timely fashion.
About the Area:
Rochester is a city on the southern shore of Lake Ontario in western New York with a population of 208,046 residents. Rochester is the seat of Monroe County and the third most populous city in New York state, after New York City and Buffalo.
It is home to numerous cultural institutions and hosts a number of festivals every year. Popular is the Lilac Festival held for ten days every May, when more than 400 varieties of lilacs bloom, and hosts 100,000 visitors.
Lake Ontario, the Erie Canal and numerous parks provide numerous summer and winter sports such as boating, fishing kayaking, camping, tubing, skiing, skating, etc.
Niagara Falls, a national treasure, is located only 1.5 away. Southeast is the Finger Lakes and wine country.
3 hours to Adirondack Mountains
3 hours to Toronto, Canada
Associates or better in Nursing.
Preferred Bachelors or better in Nursing. Nurse, RN or better in Nursing.
Licenses and CertificationsRequired