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Staff RN - Surgical Services

newabout 3 hours ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care. The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate to the care of the patient in the Perioperative setting. Demonstrated knowledge of nursing process as it relates to the care of the surgical patient during the Perioperative phase. Understands, and practices sterile technique, surgical principles. May be involved with care/service to patients over the continuum of the life span.Minimum EducationMust be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity.The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire.The RN will maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit.All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research.Required Licenses[Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Required of all nurses: Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Current Basic Life Support (BLS).Additional departmental requirements: Surgery: ACLS (recommended)Required SkillsGood knowledge and application of aseptic technique, surgical principles, procedures, and instrumentation. Demonstrates understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, and bacteriology. Ability to organize work, maintain good interpersonal relationships, function under stress, and to work under supervision. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric patients. This knowledge and skills may be acquired through education, training, or experience. Minimum 2 years experience as a Surgical RN required.Organizational ExpectationsProvides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way.Essential FunctionsResource Planning & Surgical Preparation: 1. Works in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesia providers, and surgical techs in patient care. 2. Works as a team with the same to gather case cart, needed supplies, equipment, positioning devices, etc for assigned cases. 3. Wipes down the operating room furniture and spotlights prior to the first surgery of the day as required. 4. Prepares the operating room and positioning devices, equipment, etc for surgery. 5. Performs sharps, sponge, and instrument counts with the surgical tech, according to policy 6. Orders and restock supplies in assigned areas. 7. Practices proper aseptic techniques. 8. In collaboration with the surgeon and surgical tech insures proper identification and proper care of all specimens. logs specimens into GIS in Pathology office. 9. Has age specific knowledge and understanding of standard surgical equipment (i.e., tourniquet, spotlight, suction, cautery, etc.) 10. Participates in orientation of new personnel and students. 11. Assumes additional work responsibilities to help meet department needs (i.e., call) 12. Follows all hospital and department safety regulations. 13. Follows personnel guidelines in regards to attendance, punctuality, earned leave, and leaving facility for personal business during scheduled work hours. 14. Cooperates with the risk management/nursing Continuous Quality Improvement in preparing reports and follow-up plans.Financial Responsibility: 1. Uses supplies economically. 2. Assists with identification of worn or damaged surgical equipment.Surgery Department Mission: Interacts with courtesy and respect with patients, visitors, and staff members.Performance Improvement: 1. Maintains current knowledge of professional techniques and practices through continuing education. 2. Actively participates in unit meetings and educational programs involving nursing care. 3. Able to search MSDS on line. 4. Knowledgeable of location of hospital and department policies and all hospital/department policies and procedures pertaining to the operating room department.Other Responsibilities: 1. Values Behaviors: It is essential that all employees are able to support the values of Gritman Medical Centers Surgery Department. Each person is expected to interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and staff, as well as demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times. a. Reverence – Create a workplace that fosters community and respects the inherent dignity of every person. Create a workplace that promotes employee participation and ensures safety and well-being. b. Integrity – Exercise good faith and honesty in all dealings and transactions. Avoid conflicts of interest and /or the appearance of conflicts of interest. Provide accurate and truthful information in all transactions. c. Compassion – Exercise responsible stewardship of both human and financial resources. Maintain and protect the confidentiality of patient, employee, and organizational information. d. Excellence – Maintain a high level of knowledge and skill among all who serve in order to provide a high quality of care.Must be open to additional responsibilities as required by Department Director, or designated individual.Population ServedNeonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses.Physical DemandsLifting: Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2xper hour, 12 x day. Frequent- Maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10xhour,60 x per shift. Items Lifted - CPM, Trays, IV's, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-Bed, Floor-Bed, Stand Pivot, Bed-Chair: Min- Max Assist required up to 30 times per 12 hour shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts etc., Total pushes per day: up to 30. Carry: 2-8 lbs Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc. Standing: up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day. Kneeling: up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day. Climbing: up to 1 minutes at one time and 5 minutes per day.Environmental ConditionsWorks indoors in heated/air conditioned surgical suite. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, day shift. May be required, on occasion, to work other shifts or function in other roles to facilitate department needs. Exposure to diseases and disease-producing organisms, possible caustic gases or chemicals and radiation (Category I). Requires sharing of call duty in accordance to Operating Room policy.

Registered Respiratory Therapist / Sleep Tech

newabout 4 hours ago
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Job Summary: The Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) is a licensed professional accountable for direct and indirect patient assessment, patient care, and monitoring outcomes of care. The RRT will demonstrate safe and competent care to give appropriate therapy and will assess the effectiveness of therapy. These include, but are not limited to: therapeutic gas administration, aerosol and humidity therapy, lung clearance therapy, medication administration, rehabilitation, pulmonary function testing, invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation, blood gas analysis, and patient education. Job Requirements Minimum Education: Graduate of A.M.A. approved, J.R.C.R.T.E. accredited school of Respiratory Therapy or Respiratory Care Program. Minimum Experience: Minimum two (2) years' experience as a Respiratory Therapist. Sleep Tech experience preferred, but not required. On the job training available. Required Licenses: Current licensure by the State of Idaho Board of Medicine as a Respiratory Care Practitioner. Current BLS and ACLS Certifications. Essential Function: Perform Respiratory Therapy treatments. Perform ventilator management. Perform Arterial Blood gas draws and analysis. Attend deliveries in Family Birth Center and provide air way management and resuscitation when necessary. Perform CPR. Willingness to learn polysomnography duties. Organizational Expectations: Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in. Population Served: Neonatal , pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Physical Demands: - Lifting: Occasional-Maximum of 20 lbs. from floor to waist height, 3 x day. Frequent-None. Items Lifted-Respiratory supplies, humidifiers, hoses. - Transfers: Contact guard assist to Max assist transfers 3 x per shift. Trauma, COPD, etc. - Push/Pull: Minimal assist required to push ventilators, EKG up to 300 ft 10 x day - Carry: Up to 5 lbs, 300 ft 10 X day - Fine Motor: High degree required for CPR, CPT, airway bag, fine tool manipulation and computer use - Computer: 1 hour per day on average - Standing: Up to 3 hours at one time and 11 hours in one day - Sitting: Up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour in one day - Kneeling: Up to 1 minute at one time and 15 minutes in one day - Crawling: None - Stooping: Up to 1 minutes at one time and 15 minutes in one day - Driving: None - Climbing: up to 3 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day Environmental Conditions: Location: Inside. Regularly exposed to the risk of blood-borne disease. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to unpleasant patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subjected to varying and unpredictable situations; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Occasional pressure due to multiple calls. Occasional exposure to wet and humid conditions when working with croup tents and ultrasonic therapy. Occasional exposure to moving mechanical parts in bed motors. Occasional exposure to explosives when working with pressurized gases. Occasional exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals with bleach and membrane gels. OSHA Risk Category: Class I, High Risk

Staff RN - Emergency - Moscow

newabout 4 hours ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN.Minimum EducationMust be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses[United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. BLS and ACLS required prior to hire. NRP, ENPC and TNCC required within one year. ABLS, ATCN, CEN or CPEN encouraged.RNs and required to attend annual hospital and department skills fairs.Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization.Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention.Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment.Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice.Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities.Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards.Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information.Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population ServedNeonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses.Physical DemandsLifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2 x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16 x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags.Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF.Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day.Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day.Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use.Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day.Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day. Kneeling:b up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day.Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day.Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day.Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day Environmental ConditionsRegularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

Ultrasound Technologist - Moscow

newabout 4 hours ago
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Job Summary:Performs ultrasound examinations and all related ultrasound duties. Provides care to patients for the purpose of diagnosis and/or treatment of anatomic and physiologic disorders.Minimum Education: High school graduate. Satisfactory completion of an approved school and able to meet the requirements for registry for registry/certification by the American Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Must keep up with ARDMS continuing education credits. Must have ARDMS within one year of hire. Required Licenses: [Idaho, United States] Radiologic Technologists and Technicians ARRT/ARDMS registration/certification required. Essential Functions:1. Determines test procedures according to purpose of examination.2. Selects transducer, and makes equipment adjustments according to nature of test, depth of field, and other specifications of test.3. Conducts actual test procedure: moves transducer by hand over specified area of body and observes sound wave display to monitor quality of ultrasound image produced.4. Records diagnostic data to be digitally archived into PACS.5. Produces a permanent record of test results.6. Participates, with physicians, in reading test reports and making diagnostic determinations.7. Checks all equipment on a regular basis to ensure proper operation. Functional DemandsPopulation Served: Neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Physical Demands:-Requires full range of body motion including: handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination. -Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time. -Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 60 pounds. -Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. -Occasional stooping and kneeling to access documents and supplies in lower cabinets. -Occasional reaching, handling, and fingering to complete paperwork, use telephone and computer. -Constant talking, hearing, and seeing to interact with patients, visitors, and staff. Environmental Conditions:-Location: Inside. -Regularly exposed to risk of blood-borne disease. -Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances. -May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. -Subject to varying and unpredictable situations, emergencies, and crisis situations. -Occasional pressure due to multiple calls and injuries. -Exposure to radiation. -Exposure to chemicals used for sterilization of equipment.

Ultrasound Technologist - Moscow

newabout 5 hours ago
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Job Summary:Performs ultrasound examinations and all related ultrasound duties.Provides care to patients for the purpose of diagnosis and/or treatment of anatomic and physiologic disorders.Minimum Education: High school graduate.Satisfactory completion of an approved school and able to meet the requirements for registry for registry/certification by the American Diagnostic Medical Sonographer.Must keep up with ARDMS continuing education credits.Must have ARDMS within one year of hire.Requir

Ultrasound Technologist - Moscow

newabout 11 hours ago
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Job Summary: Performs ultrasound examinations and all related ultrasound duties. Provides care to patients for the purpose of diagnosis and/or treatment of anatomic and physiologic disorders. Minimum Education: High school graduate. Satisfactory completion of an approved school and able to meet the requirements for registry for registry/certification by the American Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Must keep up with ARDMS continuing education credits. Must have ARDMS within one year of hire. Required Licenses: [Idaho, United States] Radiologic Technologists and Technicians ARRT/ARDMS registration/certification required. Essential Functions: 1. Determines test procedures according to purpose of examination. 2. Selects transducer, and makes equipment adjustments according to nature of test, depth of field, and other specifications of test. 3. Conducts actual test procedure: moves transducer by hand over specified area of body and observes sound wave display to monitor quality of ultrasound image produced. 4. Records diagnostic data to be digitally archived into PACS. 5. Produces a permanent record of test results. 6. Participates, with physicians, in reading test reports and making diagnostic determinations. 7. Checks all equipment on a regular basis to ensure proper operation. Functional Demands Population Served: Neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Physical Demands: -Requires full range of body motion including: handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination. -Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time. -Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 60 pounds. -Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. -Occasional stooping and kneeling to access documents and supplies in lower cabinets. -Occasional reaching, handling, and fingering to complete paperwork, use telephone and computer. -Constant talking, hearing, and seeing to interact with patients, visitors, and staff. Environmental Conditions: -Location: Inside. -Regularly exposed to risk of blood-borne disease. -Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances. -May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. -Subject to varying and unpredictable situations, emergencies, and crisis situations. -Occasional pressure due to multiple calls and injuries. -Exposure to radiation. -Exposure to chemicals used for sterilization of equipment.

Registered Nurse

newabout 11 hours ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care. The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate to the care of the patient in the Perioperative setting. Demonstrated knowledge of nursing process as it relates to the care of the surgical patient during the Perioperative phase. Understands, and practices sterile technique, surgical principles. May be involved with care/service to patients over the continuum of the life span. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. The RN will maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Required of all nurses: Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Current Basic Life Support (BLS). Additional departmental requirements: Surgery: ACLS (recommended) Required Experience: Minimum two (2) years' experience working in surgery. Required Skills Good knowledge and application of aseptic technique, surgical principles, procedures, and instrumentation. Demonstrates understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, and bacteriology. Ability to organize work, maintain good interpersonal relationships, function under stress, and to work under supervision. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric patients. This knowledge and skills may be acquired through education, training, or experience. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Essential Functions • Performs the primary functions of a professional nurse coordinator in assessing, planning, implementing, directing, & evaluating the care of patients in the surgery suite. • Conducts daily scheduling & staffing of personnel into surgery suites for cases of the day. • Performs day to day conflict resolution & problem solving. • Functions independently as a clinical staff member of surgery team. • Participates in Process Improvement activities. • Assists the department director in daily decision making, strategic planning, & budget development. • Assists with staff competency development & annual evaluation of job descriptions. • Participates with department director in the annual Performance Appraisal process. • Maintains daily communication with the Department Director. • May function in Surgery Scheduler role when needed • Enters times into system for payroll Resource Planning & Surgical Preparation: 1. Works in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesia providers, and surgical techs in patient care. 2. Works as a team with the same to gather case cart, needed supplies, equipment, positioning devices, etc for assigned cases. 3. Wipes down the operating room furniture and spotlights prior to the first surgery of the day as required. 4. Prepares the operating room and positioning devices, equipment, etc for surgery. 5. Performs sharps, sponge, and instrument counts with the surgical tech, according to policy 6. Orders and restock supplies in assigned areas. 7. Practices proper aseptic techniques. 8. In collaboration with the surgeon and surgical tech insures proper identification and proper care of all specimens. logs specimens into GIS in Pathology office. 9. Has age specific knowledge and understanding of standard surgical equipment (i.e., tourniquet, spotlight, suction, cautery, etc.) 10. Participates in orientation of new personnel and students. 11. Assumes additional work responsibilities to help meet department needs (i.e., call) 12. Follows all hospital and department safety regulations. 13. Follows personnel guidelines in regards to attendance, punctuality, earned leave, and leaving facility for personal business during scheduled work hours. 14. Cooperates with the risk management/nursing Continuous Quality Improvement in preparing reports and follow-up plans. Financial Responsibility: 1. Uses supplies economically. 2. Assists with identification of worn or damaged surgical equipment. Surgery Department Mission: Interacts with courtesy and respect with patients, visitors, and staff members. Performance Improvement: 1. Maintains current knowledge of professional techniques and practices through continuing education. 2. Actively participates in unit meetings and educational programs involving nursing care. 3. Able to search MSDS on line. 4. Knowledgeable of location of hospital and department policies and all hospital/department policies and procedures pertaining to the operating room department. Other Responsibilities: 1. Values Behaviors: It is essential that all employees are able to support the values of Gritman Medical Centers Surgery Department. Each person is expected to interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and staff, as well as demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times. a. Reverence – Create a workplace that fosters community and respects the inherent dignity of every person. Create a workplace that promotes employee participation and ensures safety and well-being. b. Integrity – Exercise good faith and honesty in all dealings and transactions. Avoid conflicts of interest and /or the appearance of conflicts of interest. Provide accurate and truthful information in all transactions. c. Compassion – Exercise responsible stewardship of both human and financial resources. Maintain and protect the confidentiality of patient, employee, and organizational information. d. Excellence – Maintain a high level of knowledge and skill among all who serve in order to provide a high quality of care. Must be open to additional responsibilities as required by Department Director, or designated individual. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting: Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2xper hour, 12 x day. Frequent- Maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10xhour,60 x per shift. Items Lifted - CPM, Trays, IV's, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-Bed, Floor-Bed, Stand Pivot, Bed-Chair: Min- Max Assist required up to 30 times per 12 hour shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts etc., Total pushes per day: up to 30. Carry: 2-8 lbs Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc. Standing: up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day. Kneeling: up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day. Climbing: up to 1 minutes at one time and 5 minutes per day. Environmental Conditions Works indoors in heated/air conditioned surgical suite. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, day shift. May be required, on occasion, to work other shifts or function in other roles to facilitate department needs. Exposure to diseases and disease-producing organisms, possible caustic gases or chemicals and radiation (Category I). Requires sharing of call duty in accordance to Operating Room policy.

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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care.The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process.The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses'

Staff RN - Emergency - Moscow

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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. 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Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. 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Staff RN - Family Birth Center - Moscow

newabout 21 hours ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process.The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan.The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtai

Registered Respiratory Therapist / Sleep Tech

newabout 22 hours ago
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Job Summary:The Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) is a licensed professional accountable for direct and indirect patient assessment, patient care, and monitoring outcomes of care. The RRT will demonstrate safe and competent care to give appropriate therapy and will assess the effectiveness of therapy. These include, but are not limited to: therapeutic gas administration, aerosol and humidity therapy, lung clearance therapy, medication administration, rehabilitation, pulmonary function testing, invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation, blood gas analysis, and patient education. Job RequirementsMinimum Education:Graduate of A.M.A. approved, J.R.C.R.T.E. accredited school of Respiratory Therapy or Respiratory Care Program. Minimum Experience:Minimum two (2) years' experience as a Respiratory Therapist.Sleep Tech experience preferred, but not required. On the job training available. Required Licenses:Current licensure by the State of Idaho Board of Medicine as a Respiratory Care Practitioner.Current BLS and ACLS Certifications.Essential Function: Perform Respiratory Therapy treatments. Perform ventilator management. Perform Arterial Blood gas draws and analysis. Attend deliveries in Family Birth Center and provide air way management and resuscitation when necessary. Perform CPR.Willingness to learn polysomnography duties. Organizational Expectations:Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization.Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in. Population Served:Neonatal , pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Physical Demands:- Lifting: Occasional-Maximum of 20 lbs. from floor to waist height, 3 x day. Frequent-None. Items Lifted-Respiratory supplies, humidifiers, hoses. - Transfers: Contact guard assist to Max assist transfers 3 x per shift. Trauma, COPD, etc. - Push/Pull: Minimal assist required to push ventilators, EKG up to 300+ ft 10 x day - Carry: Up to 5 lbs, 300+ ft 10 X day - Fine Motor: High degree required for CPR, CPT, airway bag, fine tool manipulation and computer use - Computer: 1 hour per day on average - Standing: Up to 3 hours at one time and 11 hours in one day - Sitting: Up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour in one day - Kneeling: Up to 1 minute at one time and 15 minutes in one day - Crawling: None - Stooping: Up to 1 minutes at one time and 15 minutes in one day - Driving: None - Climbing: up to 3 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day Environmental Conditions:Location: Inside. Regularly exposed to the risk of blood-borne disease. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to unpleasant patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subjected to varying and unpredictable situations; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Occasional pressure due to multiple calls. Occasional exposure to wet and humid conditions when working with croup tents and ultrasonic therapy. Occasional exposure to moving mechanical parts in bed motors. Occasional exposure to explosives when working with pressurized gases. Occasional exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals with bleach and membrane gels. OSHA Risk Category: Class I, High Risk

Staff RN - Family Birth Center - Moscow

newabout 22 hours ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Minimum Work Experience All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho. Current Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) required upon hire and maintained every 2 years. Fetal Heart Monitoring required within 1 year (or next available class) of hire and maintained every 2 years.Required to attend one skills fair annually. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands -Lifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags. -Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF. -Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day. -Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day. -Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use. -Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day. -Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day. -Kneeling: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. -Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day. -Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. -Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day. -Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day. Environmental Conditions Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

Staff RN - Family Birth Center - Moscow

newabout 23 hours ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN.Minimum EducationMust be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit.All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Minimum Work ExperienceAll Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses[Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho. Current Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) required upon hire and maintained every 2 years. Fetal Heart Monitoring required within 1 year (or next available class) of hire and maintained every 2 years.Required to attend one skills fair annually.Organizational ExpectationsProvides a positive and professional representation of the organization.Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention.Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment.Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice.Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities.Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards.Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information.Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population ServedNeonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands-Lifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags.-Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF.-Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day.-Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day.-Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use.-Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day.-Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day.-Kneeling: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day.-Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day.-Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day.-Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day.-Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day. Environmental ConditionsRegularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

Director - Materials Management - Moscow

new1 day ago
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Directs the activities of the Materials Management, Supply Chain Management, Transportation Departments which include: Budget, Staffing, Support under the direction of Policies and CFO.Minimum Education:Bachelor's Degree Required.Minimum Work Experience:Three (3) to Five (5) years' experience in hospital materials management or equivalent, in a management role.Required Skills:Microsoft Office and general computer applications.Required Licenses:Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials M

Staff RN - Surgical Services

new1 day ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care. The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate to the care of the patient in the Perioperative setting. Demonstrated knowledge of nursing process as it relates to the care of the surgical patient during the Perioperative phase. Understands, and practices sterile technique, surgical principles. May be involved with care/service to patients over the continuum of the life span. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. The RN will maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Required of all nurses: Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Current Basic Life Support (BLS). Additional departmental requirements: Surgery: ACLS (recommended) Required Skills Good knowledge and application of aseptic technique, surgical principles, procedures, and instrumentation. Demonstrates understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, and bacteriology. Ability to organize work, maintain good interpersonal relationships, function under stress, and to work under supervision. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric patients. This knowledge and skills may be acquired through education, training, or experience. Minimum 2 years experience as a Surgical RN required. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Essential Functions Resource Planning & Surgical Preparation: 1. Works in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesia providers, and surgical techs in patient care. 2. Works as a team with the same to gather case cart, needed supplies, equipment, positioning devices, etc for assigned cases. 3. Wipes down the operating room furniture and spotlights prior to the first surgery of the day as required. 4. Prepares the operating room and positioning devices, equipment, etc for surgery. 5. Performs sharps, sponge, and instrument counts with the surgical tech, according to policy 6. Orders and restock supplies in assigned areas. 7. Practices proper aseptic techniques. 8. In collaboration with the surgeon and surgical tech insures proper identification and proper care of all specimens. logs specimens into GIS in Pathology office. 9. Has age specific knowledge and understanding of standard surgical equipment (i.e., tourniquet, spotlight, suction, cautery, etc.) 10. Participates in orientation of new personnel and students. 11. Assumes additional work responsibilities to help meet department needs (i.e., call) 12. Follows all hospital and department safety regulations. 13. Follows personnel guidelines in regards to attendance, punctuality, earned leave, and leaving facility for personal business during scheduled work hours. 14. Cooperates with the risk management/nursing Continuous Quality Improvement in preparing reports and follow-up plans. Financial Responsibility: 1. Uses supplies economically. 2. Assists with identification of worn or damaged surgical equipment. Surgery Department Mission: Interacts with courtesy and respect with patients, visitors, and staff members. Performance Improvement: 1. Maintains current knowledge of professional techniques and practices through continuing education. 2. Actively participates in unit meetings and educational programs involving nursing care. 3. Able to search MSDS on line. 4. Knowledgeable of location of hospital and department policies and all hospital/department policies and procedures pertaining to the operating room department. Other Responsibilities: 1. Values Behaviors: It is essential that all employees are able to support the values of Gritman Medical Centers Surgery Department. Each person is expected to interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and staff, as well as demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times. a. Reverence – Create a workplace that fosters community and respects the inherent dignity of every person. Create a workplace that promotes employee participation and ensures safety and well-being. b. Integrity – Exercise good faith and honesty in all dealings and transactions. Avoid conflicts of interest and /or the appearance of conflicts of interest. Provide accurate and truthful information in all transactions. c. Compassion – Exercise responsible stewardship of both human and financial resources. Maintain and protect the confidentiality of patient, employee, and organizational information. d. Excellence – Maintain a high level of knowledge and skill among all who serve in order to provide a high quality of care. Must be open to additional responsibilities as required by Department Director, or designated individual. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting: Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2xper hour, 12 x day. Frequent- Maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10xhour,60 x per shift. Items Lifted - CPM, Trays, IV's, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-Bed, Floor-Bed, Stand Pivot, Bed-Chair: Min- Max Assist required up to 30 times per 12 hour shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts etc., Total pushes per day: up to 30. Carry: 2-8 lbs Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc. Standing: up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day. Kneeling: up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day. Climbing: up to 1 minutes at one time and 5 minutes per day. Environmental Conditions Works indoors in heated/air conditioned surgical suite. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, day shift. May be required, on occasion, to work other shifts or function in other roles to facilitate department needs. Exposure to diseases and disease-producing organisms, possible caustic gases or chemicals and radiation (Category I). Requires sharing of call duty in accordance to Operating Room policy.

Director - Materials Management - Moscow

new1 day ago
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Directs the activities of the Materials Management, Supply Chain Management, Transportation Departments which include: Budget, Staffing, Support under the direction of Policies and CFO. Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree Required. Minimum Work Experience: Three (3) to Five (5) years' experience in hospital materials management or equivalent, in a management role. Required Skills: Microsoft Office and general computer applications. Required Licenses: Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) Membership preferred. AHRMM Certified Materials & Resource Professional (CMRP) Certification preferred. Essential Functions: 1. Purchases stock and non-stock items in accord with policy. 2. Takes lead role in the routine, day-to-day department operations. 3. Assists in training personnel as necessary or directed. 4. Helps with HPG contract compliance for item purchases. 5. Helps MMIS system maintenance concerning: Item Master (price, locations, vendor, stocking levels); Chargeable items; etc. 6. Performs other related duties as assigned. 7. Effectively manage supply chain. 8. Manage budgeting, planning and financial operations of the department. Organizational Expectations: • Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. • Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. •Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. • Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. • Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. • Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. • Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. • Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Functional Demands Physical Demands 1. Walking, Standing, Sitting, & Data Entry. 2. Lifting/carrying of supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds. 3. Occasional climbing of stairs to other levels of the building. 4. Stooping/kneeling/crouching to access supplies. 5. Frequent reaching/handling/fingering to complete paperwork, use the phone, and type on a computers keyboard or adding machine. Environmental Conditions 1. Subject to many interruptions. 2. Works inside. 3. Occasional operation of hospital vehicles.

Staff RN - Emergency - Moscow

new1 day ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process.The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan.The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP a

Director - Materials Management - Moscow

new2 days ago
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Directs the activities of the Materials Management, Supply Chain Management, Transportation Departments which include: Budget, Staffing, Support under the direction of Policies and CFO.Minimum Education:Bachelor's Degree Required. Minimum Work Experience:Three (3) to Five (5) years' experience in hospital materials management or equivalent, in a management role. Required Skills:Microsoft Office and general computer applications. Required Licenses:Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) Membership preferred.AHRMM Certified Materials & Resource Professional (CMRP) Certification preferred.Essential Functions:1. Purchases stock and non-stock items in accord with policy.2. Takes lead role in the routine, day-to-day department operations.3. Assists in training personnel as necessary or directed.4. Helps with HPG contract compliance for item purchases.5. Helps MMIS system maintenance concerning: Item Master (price, locations, vendor, stocking levels); Chargeable items; etc.6. Performs other related duties as assigned.7. Effectively manage supply chain.8. Manage budgeting, planning and financial operations of the department. Organizational Expectations:• Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization.• Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention.•Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment.• Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice.• Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities.• Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards.• Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information.• Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Functional DemandsPhysical Demands1. Walking, Standing, Sitting, & Data Entry.2. Lifting/carrying of supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.3. Occasional climbing of stairs to other levels of the building.4. Stooping/kneeling/crouching to access supplies.5. Frequent reaching/handling/fingering to complete paperwork, use the phone, and type on a computers keyboard or adding machine. Environmental Conditions1. Subject to many interruptions.2. Works inside.3. Occasional operation of hospital vehicles.

Registered Nurse

new4 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care. The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate to the care of the patient in the Perioperative setting. Demonstrated knowledge of nursing process as it relates to the care of the surgical patient during the Perioperative phase. Understands, and practices sterile technique, surgical principles. May be involved with care/service to patients over the continuum of the life span. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. The RN will maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Required of all nurses: Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Current Basic Life Support (BLS). Additional departmental requirements: Surgery: ACLS (recommended) Required Skills Good knowledge and application of aseptic technique, surgical principles, procedures, and instrumentation. Demonstrates understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, and bacteriology. Ability to organize work, maintain good interpersonal relationships, function under stress, and to work under supervision. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric patients. This knowledge and skills may be acquired through education, training, or experience. Minimum 2 years experience as a Surgical RN required. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Essential Functions Resource Planning & Surgical Preparation: 1. Works in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesia providers, and surgical techs in patient care. 2. Works as a team with the same to gather case cart, needed supplies, equipment, positioning devices, etc for assigned cases. 3. Wipes down the operating room furniture and spotlights prior to the first surgery of the day as required. 4. Prepares the operating room and positioning devices, equipment, etc for surgery. 5. Performs sharps, sponge, and instrument counts with the surgical tech, according to policy 6. Orders and restock supplies in assigned areas. 7. Practices proper aseptic techniques. 8. In collaboration with the surgeon and surgical tech insures proper identification and proper care of all specimens. logs specimens into GIS in Pathology office. 9. Has age specific knowledge and understanding of standard surgical equipment (i.e., tourniquet, spotlight, suction, cautery, etc.) 10. Participates in orientation of new personnel and students. 11. Assumes additional work responsibilities to help meet department needs (i.e., call) 12. Follows all hospital and department safety regulations. 13. Follows personnel guidelines in regards to attendance, punctuality, earned leave, and leaving facility for personal business during scheduled work hours. 14. Cooperates with the risk management/nursing Continuous Quality Improvement in preparing reports and follow-up plans. Financial Responsibility: 1. Uses supplies economically. 2. Assists with identification of worn or damaged surgical equipment. Surgery Department Mission: Interacts with courtesy and respect with patients, visitors, and staff members. Performance Improvement: 1. Maintains current knowledge of professional techniques and practices through continuing education. 2. Actively participates in unit meetings and educational programs involving nursing care. 3. Able to search MSDS on line. 4. Knowledgeable of location of hospital and department policies and all hospital/department policies and procedures pertaining to the operating room department. Other Responsibilities: 1. Values Behaviors: It is essential that all employees are able to support the values of Gritman Medical Centers Surgery Department. Each person is expected to interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and staff, as well as demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times. a. Reverence – Create a workplace that fosters community and respects the inherent dignity of every person. Create a workplace that promotes employee participation and ensures safety and well-being. b. Integrity – Exercise good faith and honesty in all dealings and transactions. Avoid conflicts of interest and /or the appearance of conflicts of interest. Provide accurate and truthful information in all transactions. c. Compassion – Exercise responsible stewardship of both human and financial resources. Maintain and protect the confidentiality of patient, employee, and organizational information. d. Excellence – Maintain a high level of knowledge and skill among all who serve in order to provide a high quality of care. Must be open to additional responsibilities as required by Department Director, or designated individual. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting: Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2xper hour, 12 x day. Frequent- Maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10xhour,60 x per shift. Items Lifted - CPM, Trays, IV's, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-Bed, Floor-Bed, Stand Pivot, Bed-Chair: Min- Max Assist required up to 30 times per 12 hour shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts etc., Total pushes per day: up to 30. Carry: 2-8 lbs Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc. Standing: up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day. Kneeling: up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day. Climbing: up to 1 minutes at one time and 5 minutes per day. Environmental Conditions Works indoors in heated/air conditioned surgical suite. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, day shift. May be required, on occasion, to work other shifts or function in other roles to facilitate department needs. Exposure to diseases and disease-producing organisms, possible caustic gases or chemicals and radiation (Category I). Requires sharing of call duty in accordance to Operating Room policy.

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Registered Respiratory Therapist / Sleep Tech

7 days ago
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Job Summary: The Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) is a licensed professional accountable for direct and indirect patient assessment, patient care, and monitoring outcomes of care. The RRT will demonstrate safe and competent care to give appropriate therapy and will assess the effectiveness of therapy. These include, but are not limited to: therapeutic gas administration, aerosol and humidity therapy, lung clearance therapy, medication administration, rehabilitation, pulmonary function testing, invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation, blood gas analysis, and patient education. Job Requirements Minimum Education: Graduate of A.M.A. approved, J.R.C.R.T.E. accredited school of Respiratory Therapy or Respiratory Care Program. Minimum Experience: Minimum two (2) years' experience as a Respiratory Therapist. Sleep Tech experience preferred, but not required. On the job training available. Required Licenses: Current licensure by the State of Idaho Board of Medicine as a Respiratory Care Practitioner. Current BLS and ACLS Certifications. Essential Function: Perform Respiratory Therapy treatments. Perform ventilator management. Perform Arterial Blood gas draws and analysis. Attend deliveries in Family Birth Center and provide air way management and resuscitation when necessary. Perform CPR. Willingness to learn polysomnography duties. Organizational Expectations: Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in. Population Served: Neonatal , pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Physical Demands: - Lifting: Occasional-Maximum of 20 lbs. from floor to waist height, 3 x day. Frequent-None. Items Lifted-Respiratory supplies, humidifiers, hoses. - Transfers: Contact guard assist to Max assist transfers 3 x per shift. Trauma, COPD, etc. - Push/Pull: Minimal assist required to push ventilators, EKG up to 300 ft 10 x day - Carry: Up to 5 lbs, 300 ft 10 X day - Fine Motor: High degree required for CPR, CPT, airway bag, fine tool manipulation and computer use - Computer: 1 hour per day on average - Standing: Up to 3 hours at one time and 11 hours in one day - Sitting: Up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour in one day - Kneeling: Up to 1 minute at one time and 15 minutes in one day - Crawling: None - Stooping: Up to 1 minutes at one time and 15 minutes in one day - Driving: None - Climbing: up to 3 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day Environmental Conditions: Location: Inside. Regularly exposed to the risk of blood-borne disease. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to unpleasant patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subjected to varying and unpredictable situations; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Occasional pressure due to multiple calls. Occasional exposure to wet and humid conditions when working with croup tents and ultrasonic therapy. Occasional exposure to moving mechanical parts in bed motors. Occasional exposure to explosives when working with pressurized gases. Occasional exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals with bleach and membrane gels. OSHA Risk Category: Class I, High Risk

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Staff RN - Family Birth Center

8 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Minimum Work Experience All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho. Current Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) required upon hire and maintained every 2 years. Fetal Heart Monitoring required within 1 year (or next available class) of hire and maintained every 2 years.Required to attend one skills fair annually. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands -Lifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags. -Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF. -Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day. -Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day. -Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use. -Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day. -Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day. -Kneeling: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. -Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day. -Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. -Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day. -Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day. Environmental Conditions Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

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Staff RN - Emergency

8 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. BLS and ACLS required prior to hire. NRP, ENPC and TNCC required within one year. ABLS, ATCN, CEN or CPEN encouraged. RNs and required to attend annual hospital and department skills fairs. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2 x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16 x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags. Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF. Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day. Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day. Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use. Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day. Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day. Kneeling:b up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day. Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day Environmental Conditions Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

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Ultrasound Technologist

8 days ago
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Job Summary: Performs ultrasound examinations and all related ultrasound duties. Provides care to patients for the purpose of diagnosis and/or treatment of anatomic and physiologic disorders. Minimum Education: High school graduate. Satisfactory completion of an approved school and able to meet the requirements for registry for registry/certification by the American Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Must keep up with ARDMS continuing education credits. Must have ARDMS within one year of hire. Required Licenses: [Idaho, United States] Radiologic Technologists and Technicians ARRT/ARDMS registration/certification required. Essential Functions: 1. Determines test procedures according to purpose of examination. 2. Selects transducer, and makes equipment adjustments according to nature of test, depth of field, and other specifications of test. 3. Conducts actual test procedure: moves transducer by hand over specified area of body and observes sound wave display to monitor quality of ultrasound image produced. 4. Records diagnostic data to be digitally archived into PACS. 5. Produces a permanent record of test results. 6. Participates, with physicians, in reading test reports and making diagnostic determinations. 7. Checks all equipment on a regular basis to ensure proper operation. Functional Demands Population Served: Neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Physical Demands: -Requires full range of body motion including: handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination. -Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time. -Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 60 pounds. -Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. -Occasional stooping and kneeling to access documents and supplies in lower cabinets. -Occasional reaching, handling, and fingering to complete paperwork, use telephone and computer. -Constant talking, hearing, and seeing to interact with patients, visitors, and staff. Environmental Conditions: -Location: Inside. -Regularly exposed to risk of blood-borne disease. -Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances. -May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. -Subject to varying and unpredictable situations, emergencies, and crisis situations. -Occasional pressure due to multiple calls and injuries. -Exposure to radiation. -Exposure to chemicals used for sterilization of equipment.

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Staff RN - Surgical Services

8 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care. The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate to the care of the patient in the Perioperative setting. Demonstrated knowledge of nursing process as it relates to the care of the surgical patient during the Perioperative phase. Understands, and practices sterile technique, surgical principles. May be involved with care/service to patients over the continuum of the life span. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. The RN will maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Required of all nurses: Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Current Basic Life Support (BLS). Additional departmental requirements: Surgery: ACLS (recommended) Required Skills Good knowledge and application of aseptic technique, surgical principles, procedures, and instrumentation. Demonstrates understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, and bacteriology. Ability to organize work, maintain good interpersonal relationships, function under stress, and to work under supervision. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric patients. This knowledge and skills may be acquired through education, training, or experience. Minimum 2 years experience as a Surgical RN required. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Essential Functions Resource Planning & Surgical Preparation: 1. Works in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesia providers, and surgical techs in patient care. 2. Works as a team with the same to gather case cart, needed supplies, equipment, positioning devices, etc for assigned cases. 3. Wipes down the operating room furniture and spotlights prior to the first surgery of the day as required. 4. Prepares the operating room and positioning devices, equipment, etc for surgery. 5. Performs sharps, sponge, and instrument counts with the surgical tech, according to policy 6. Orders and restock supplies in assigned areas. 7. Practices proper aseptic techniques. 8. In collaboration with the surgeon and surgical tech insures proper identification and proper care of all specimens. logs specimens into GIS in Pathology office. 9. Has age specific knowledge and understanding of standard surgical equipment (i.e., tourniquet, spotlight, suction, cautery, etc.) 10. Participates in orientation of new personnel and students. 11. Assumes additional work responsibilities to help meet department needs (i.e., call) 12. Follows all hospital and department safety regulations. 13. Follows personnel guidelines in regards to attendance, punctuality, earned leave, and leaving facility for personal business during scheduled work hours. 14. Cooperates with the risk management/nursing Continuous Quality Improvement in preparing reports and follow-up plans. Financial Responsibility: 1. Uses supplies economically. 2. Assists with identification of worn or damaged surgical equipment. Surgery Department Mission: Interacts with courtesy and respect with patients, visitors, and staff members. Performance Improvement: 1. Maintains current knowledge of professional techniques and practices through continuing education. 2. Actively participates in unit meetings and educational programs involving nursing care. 3. Able to search MSDS on line. 4. Knowledgeable of location of hospital and department policies and all hospital/department policies and procedures pertaining to the operating room department. Other Responsibilities: 1. Values Behaviors: It is essential that all employees are able to support the values of Gritman Medical Centers Surgery Department. Each person is expected to interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and staff, as well as demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times. a. Reverence – Create a workplace that fosters community and respects the inherent dignity of every person. Create a workplace that promotes employee participation and ensures safety and well-being. b. Integrity – Exercise good faith and honesty in all dealings and transactions. Avoid conflicts of interest and /or the appearance of conflicts of interest. Provide accurate and truthful information in all transactions. c. Compassion – Exercise responsible stewardship of both human and financial resources. Maintain and protect the confidentiality of patient, employee, and organizational information. d. Excellence – Maintain a high level of knowledge and skill among all who serve in order to provide a high quality of care. Must be open to additional responsibilities as required by Department Director, or designated individual. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting: Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2xper hour, 12 x day. Frequent- Maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10xhour,60 x per shift. Items Lifted - CPM, Trays, IV's, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-Bed, Floor-Bed, Stand Pivot, Bed-Chair: Min- Max Assist required up to 30 times per 12 hour shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts etc., Total pushes per day: up to 30. Carry: 2-8 lbs Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc. Standing: up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day. Kneeling: up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day. Climbing: up to 1 minutes at one time and 5 minutes per day. Environmental Conditions Works indoors in heated/air conditioned surgical suite. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, day shift. May be required, on occasion, to work other shifts or function in other roles to facilitate department needs. Exposure to diseases and disease-producing organisms, possible caustic gases or chemicals and radiation (Category I). Requires sharing of call duty in accordance to Operating Room policy.

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Registered Nurse

9 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care. The RN must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by AORN, the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate to the care of the patient in the Perioperative setting. Demonstrated knowledge of nursing process as it relates to the care of the surgical patient during the Perioperative phase. Understands, and practices sterile technique, surgical principles. May be involved with care/service to patients over the continuum of the life span. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. The RN will maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Required of all nurses: Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Current Basic Life Support (BLS). Additional departmental requirements: Surgery: ACLS (recommended) Required Skills Good knowledge and application of aseptic technique, surgical principles, procedures, and instrumentation. Demonstrates understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, and bacteriology. Ability to organize work, maintain good interpersonal relationships, function under stress, and to work under supervision. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric patients. This knowledge and skills may be acquired through education, training, or experience. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Essential Functions Resource Planning & Surgical Preparation: 1. Works in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesia providers, and surgical techs in patient care. 2. Works as a team with the same to gather case cart, needed supplies, equipment, positioning devices, etc for assigned cases. 3. Wipes down the operating room furniture and spotlights prior to the first surgery of the day as required. 4. Prepares the operating room and positioning devices, equipment, etc for surgery. 5. Performs sharps, sponge, and instrument counts with the surgical tech, according to policy 6. Orders and restock supplies in assigned areas. 7. Practices proper aseptic techniques. 8. In collaboration with the surgeon and surgical tech insures proper identification and proper care of all specimens. logs specimens into GIS in Pathology office. 9. Has age specific knowledge and understanding of standard surgical equipment (i.e., tourniquet, spotlight, suction, cautery, etc.) 10. Participates in orientation of new personnel and students. 11. Assumes additional work responsibilities to help meet department needs (i.e., call) 12. Follows all hospital and department safety regulations. 13. Follows personnel guidelines in regards to attendance, punctuality, earned leave, and leaving facility for personal business during scheduled work hours. 14. Cooperates with the risk management/nursing Continuous Quality Improvement in preparing reports and follow-up plans. Financial Responsibility: 1. Uses supplies economically. 2. Assists with identification of worn or damaged surgical equipment. Surgery Department Mission: Interacts with courtesy and respect with patients, visitors, and staff members. Performance Improvement: 1. Maintains current knowledge of professional techniques and practices through continuing education. 2. Actively participates in unit meetings and educational programs involving nursing care. 3. Able to search MSDS on line. 4. Knowledgeable of location of hospital and department policies and all hospital/department policies and procedures pertaining to the operating room department. Other Responsibilities: 1. Values Behaviors: It is essential that all employees are able to support the values of Gritman Medical Centers Surgery Department. Each person is expected to interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and staff, as well as demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times. a. Reverence – Create a workplace that fosters community and respects the inherent dignity of every person. Create a workplace that promotes employee participation and ensures safety and well-being. b. Integrity – Exercise good faith and honesty in all dealings and transactions. Avoid conflicts of interest and /or the appearance of conflicts of interest. Provide accurate and truthful information in all transactions. c. Compassion – Exercise responsible stewardship of both human and financial resources. Maintain and protect the confidentiality of patient, employee, and organizational information. d. Excellence – Maintain a high level of knowledge and skill among all who serve in order to provide a high quality of care. Must be open to additional responsibilities as required by Department Director, or designated individual. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting: Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2xper hour, 12 x day. Frequent- Maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10xhour,60 x per shift. Items Lifted - CPM, Trays, IV's, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-Bed, Floor-Bed, Stand Pivot, Bed-Chair: Min- Max Assist required up to 30 times per 12 hour shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts etc., Total pushes per day: up to 30. Carry: 2-8 lbs Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc. Standing: up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day. Kneeling: up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day. Climbing: up to 1 minutes at one time and 5 minutes per day. Environmental Conditions Works indoors in heated/air conditioned surgical suite. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, day shift. May be required, on occasion, to work other shifts or function in other roles to facilitate department needs. Exposure to diseases and disease-producing organisms, possible caustic gases or chemicals and radiation (Category I). Requires sharing of call duty in accordance to Operating Room policy.

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Registered Nurse

9 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Minimum Education Current Basic Life Support (BLS) required. ACLS, and PALS required within 12 months of hire. Required to attend hospital wide skills fair once annually. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting: Occasional-maximum of 40 lbs. floor to waist, 2 x per hour, 12 x per day. Frequent-maximum of 2-8 lbs., floor to overhead, 10 x hour, 60 x per shift. Items Lifted-CPM, trays, IV’s, linen, medical equipment Transfers: Bed-bed, floor-bed, stand pivot, bed-chair. Min-max assist required up to 30 times per 12 hours shift. Up to 8 times per hour. Push/Pull: Moderate force required for bed and W/C pushing from 5-100 yards. Minimal force to push trays, medical carts, etc. Total pushes per day: up to 30 Carry: 2-8 lbs. Fine Motor: High level required for injections, computer use etc… Standing: Up to 5 hours at one time and 10 hours per day Sitting: Up to 30 minutes at one time and 2 hours per day Kneeling: Up to 5 minutes at one time and 15 minutes per day Stooping: Up to 15 minutes at one time and 1 hour per day Climbing: Up to 1 minute at one time and 5 minutes per day Must possess good manual and finger dexterity. Visual requirements include near and far acuity, depth perception, color differentiation, and focusing ability. Hearing, speech, and sense of touch essential. Occasional repetitive motion activities. Environmental Conditions Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Occasional pressure due to multiple calls and injuries.

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Registered Nurse

11 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Minimum Work Experience All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [Idaho, United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho. Current Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) required upon hire and maintained every 2 years. Fetal Heart Monitoring required within 1 year (or next available class) of hire and maintained every 2 years.Required to attend one skills fair annually. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands -Lifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags. -Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF. -Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day. -Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day. -Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use. -Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day. -Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day. -Kneeling: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. -Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day. -Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. -Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day. -Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day. Environmental Conditions Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

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Registered Nurse

23 days ago
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The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a licensed professional nurse accountable for direct and indirect age appropriate patient assessment, care planning, patient care and monitoring of patient outcomes to care and must be competent to implement all phases of the nursing process. The Staff RN collaborates with all patient care providers and the patient/family in the development of the patient care plan. The Staff RN is responsible for reporting patient status to the patient's physician and/or LIP and obtaining orders for care. The Staff RN will demonstrate the ability to provide patient/family teaching that is age appropriate and accommodates for the individual learning needs of the patient. The Staff RN is also responsible for the education and mentoring of students, novice nurses and peers as well as promoting educational opportunities for self and others. The Staff RN will demonstrate safe and competent nursing care, reflective of the philosophy and standards of Gritman Medical Center, following the guidelines and rules set forth by the Idaho State Board of Nursing, American Nurses' Association and the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The Staff RN will have and maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet the RN job performance criteria. The Staff RN will demonstrate a code of conduct reflective of a professional health care provider and will act as a role model for other professional and non-professional staff. Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible to take the Idaho State Nursing Board examination or to receive licensure by reciprocity. The Staff RN must demonstrate competent performance of Gritman Medical Center's core nursing competency assessment requirements within 90 days of hire. Will have and maintain department specific required core competencies, education, experience and certifications as defined in the policies of each nursing unit. All Staff RN's must have 10 job appropriate CEUs per year and are expected to maintain knowledge of and utilize current nursing practices based on sound nursing and medical research. Required Licenses [United States] Registered Nurses Current registered nursing license in the State of Idaho or compact state. BLS and ACLS required prior to hire. NRP, ENPC and TNCC required within one year. ABLS, ATCN, CEN or CPEN encouraged. RNs and required to attend annual hospital and department skills fairs. Organizational Expectations Provides a positive and professional representation of the organization. Promotes culture of safety for patients and employees through proper identification, reporting, documentation, and prevention. Maintains hospital standards for a clean and quiet environment. Maintains competency and knowledge of current standards of practice, trends, and developments in related scope of job role or practice. Participates in ongoing quality improvement activities. Maintains compliance with organization’s policies, as well as established practices, protocols, and procedures of the position, department, and applicable professional standards. Complies with organizational and regulatory policies for handling confidential information. Demonstrates excellent customer service through his/her attitude and actions, consistent with the standards contained in The Gritman Way. Population Served Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric. All genders, race, ethnic, sociopolitical, demographic, marital and sexual preference groups, developmental and physical abilities, religions, and nationalities. May have impairments of any or all body systems and senses. Physical Demands Lifting Occasional- Maximum of 40 lbs. from floor to waist, 2 x per day. 20 lbs. floor to waist 16 x per day. Frequent- none Items Lifted - CPM's, patient belongings, lap top bags. Transfers: Bed to bed, sit to stand, bed to chair, commode, hoyer lift. Stand by to Max assist required. Average of 2 max(A), 7 mod (A) and 5 min (A) per day. Primary dx: THR, TKR, wound care and CHF. Push/Pull: Moderate force required to push a wheelchair 1-2 yards, 3 x day. Carry: 20 lb. lap top bag and medical bag up to 20 yards, 16 x per day. Fine Motor: High degree required for patient handling and computer use. Standing: up to 30 minutes at one time and 90 minutes per day. Sitting: up to 2 hours at one time and 7 hours per day. Kneeling:b up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. Crawling: up to 1 minute at one time and 1 minute in one day. Stooping: up to 15 minutes at one time and 90 minutes in one day. Driving: up to 1 hour at one time and 3 hours in one day. Climbing: up to 2 minutes at one time and 20 minutes in one day Environmental Conditions Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne disease and other infectious diseases. Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances, including their home environment. May be exposed to/occasionally exposed to patient elements, i.e., accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Subject to varying and unpredictable situations; potentially violent or angry patients and families; emergencies and crisis situations. Occasionally subjected to irregular hours/shifts. Frequently required to function competently with multiple demands and tasks. Maybe exposed to environmental hazards in patient homes. May be exposed to noxious and potentially hazardous fumes.

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Staff RN - Family Birth Center

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Registered Respiratory Therapist / Sleep Tech

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Attend deliveries in Family Birth Center and provide air way management and resuscitation when necessary. * Perform CPR. * Willingness to learn polysomnography duties. Organizational Expectations

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Ultrasound Technologist

4 months ago
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Satisfactory completion of an approved school and able to meet the requirements for registry for registry/certification by the American Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Must keep up with ARDMS ...

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Staff RN - Surgical Services

about 1 year ago
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Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Under the direction of the Director of Surgery performs surgical tasks as they relate ...

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Staff RN - Emergency

over 1 year ago
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Gritman Medical Center's mission, vision and values will be demonstrated in the daily practice of the Staff RN. Minimum Education Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and be eligible ...

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