The registered nurse competently performs nursing assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation and documentation on individuals and groups of individuals, as related to their identified needs. This nursing process is ongoing, modified based on changes in condition, and views patient and family as one unit. The registered nurse is able to competently manage care through others via delegation. The registered nurse must be able to communicate effectively with physicians, families and other health care personnel in order to function as a patient/family advocate. After orientation, the registered nurse may be assigned to assume "charge" responsibilities on a unit for a specific shift to supervise the care given by other nursing personnel. The registered nurse is conscious of cost effectiveness in patient care.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN preferred.
Years of Experience: At least 1 year of Psychiatric/Mental Health nursing preferred.
Required Skills and Knowledge: Mental Health experience preferred.
Licenses and Certifications: Current Ohio license or interim permit as a Registered Nurse. Additional credentials for special care units as identified in special care manuals. Psychiatric/Mental Health board certification preferred.
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Lindner Center of Hope - 4075 Old Western Row Road - Mason, OH
At Lindner Center of HOPE we are always looking to add to our talented and distinguished staff. Our outstanding reputation for creating a world-class treatment experience revolves around the expertise, kindness, and empathy exhibited by every employee.