Nurse Intern - Cardiac Intermediate - Per Diem - Variable
Posted on: January 19, 2023
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital offers a broad range of
inpatient and outpatient services in southern Michigan and Ohio. A
national leader in treatment of heart attack, congestive heart
failure, pneumonia and surgical care, ProMedica Monroe Regional
Hospital is also a pacesetter in Michigan for obstetrics, emergency
care, intensive care, controlling infections and organ donation.
Nurse Intern I - Nurse Intern I is a caregiver enrolled in the
final year of an accredited ADN RN nursing program or final two
year of an accredited BSN RN nursing program. -This individual will
assume responsibility and accountability for a group of patients
utilizing the nursing process.
Nurse Intern II -The Nurse Intern II is a caregiver who has
graduated from an accredited nursing program as an RN or LPN or is
a licensed RN or LPN in another state. -This individual will assume
responsibility and accountability for a group of patients utilizing
the nursing process.
ACCOUNTABLE TO: - - -
Director/Clinical Manager of Med-Surg and Critical Care Services
Functional supervision provided by RN at all times
Self. No supervisory responsibilities
1. - - -Customer Service: -Identifies and acts on the needs of both
internal and external customers in a positive, polite,
compassionate, and timely manner. -Recognizes and respects both
personal and cultural differences and adjusts service to reflect
diverse needs. -Remains calm and stays focused on the customer
despite difficult situations or customer behavior. -Represents
system in a positive manner.
2. - - -Integrity: -Adheres to ethical, moral, and legal standards.
-Understands and follows Promedica compliance policies. -Knows how
to report potential compliance breaches. -Is trustworthy. -Takes
responsibility for work. -Consistently delivers on commitments.
3. - - -Quality/Continuous Improvement: -Participates effectively
in activities that improve operations and support quality service
and care. -Utilizing approved problem solving method, recognizes
opportunity for and takes initiative to streamline processes which
enhance the delivery of service. -Demonstrates an understanding
that change is necessary to facilitate continuous improvement in
the organization. -Is able to discuss/communicate his/her role in
the department's quality initiative.
4. - - -Safety: -Takes action to promote safe practices and a safe
environment. -Follows organizational and departmental safety
policies and practices. -Reports all accidents, incidents, and near
misses promptly and completely.
5. - - -Teamwork/Interpersonal Skills: -Builds effective
relationships. -Is cooperative. -Treats others with respect,
courtesy, and honesty. -Respects, values, and actively supports the
contributions and diversity of all team members.
6. - - -Attendance: -Complies with work schedule and departmental
attendance policies. -Starts work on time and returns promptly from
breaks and lunches. -Attends mandatory meetings and
7. - - -Flexibility/Adaptability: -Willingly adjusts to changing
situations and needs. -Handles stress in a professional and
appropriate way. -Exhibits flexibility in scheduling and
8. - - -Problem Solving/Judgment: -Takes ownership of problems and
makes informed decisions. -Uses facts and data to seek appropriate
solutions. -Considers the impact of potential solutions on others.
-Requests assistance and approval for solutions as necessary.
-Builds experiences to prevent problems from recurring.
9. - - -Work Habits/Productivity: -Gets the job done and achieves
quality results. -Shows interest and commitment to job
responsibility. -Uses time effectively. -Pays attention to details;
is able to work independently. -Adheres to professional image,
policies, guidelines, and principles. -Uses equipment, supplies,
technology, and other resources appropriately. -Communicates in a
positive, clear, and professional manner.
ROLES / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. - - -Applies the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care
appropriate to the age of the patients served (i.e.: -infant,
pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric) as written in the
2. - - -Under the direction of an RN, assesses, plans, implements,
evaluates and documents outcomes related to nursing diagnosis and
patient care problems for each patient. - Collaborates with all
members of the health care team to promote a seamless patient care
continuum. -Coordinates patient's plan of care through effective
3. - - -Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic environment
for all patients and their significant other(s).
4. - - -Utilizes appropriate techniques necessary to control /
5. - - -Identifies patient / SO learning needs and communicates
these to the RN. -Documents teaching prn.
6 - - -Follows proper chain of command when issues/problems arise
and demonstrates appropriate follow-through
7. - - -Displays professionalism at all times and maintains patient
8. - - -Stays current in field of specialty by actively
participating in continuing education and maintaining
certifications and annual competencies. -Actively participates in
orienting new staff and contributes to the growth of others.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
--- - - -Currently enrolled in last year of accredited ADN nursing
program or last two years of a BSN nursing program or graduate
--- - - -The Intern I position will be in effect no greater than 1
year if an ADN or 2 years if in a BSN
--- - - -The Intern II position will be in effect no greater than 6
COMPETENCIES, SKILLS & ABILITIES
--- - - -Ability to function in a team environment
--- - - -Able to communicate effectively with all members of the
health care team
--- - - -Demonstrates sound clinical skills and judgment
--- - - -Ability to deal effectively with a changing environment
and be open to new ideas
LICENSURE / REGISTRATION / CERTIFICATION
--- - - -BCLS required
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
--- - - -Demonstrates knowledge and use of standard precautions and
--- - - -Medium - - - lifting 50 lbs maximum, with frequent lifting
/ carrying up to 25 lbs
--- - - -Frequent prolonged standing / walking
--- - - -Lifts, positions, pushes, or transfers patients
--- - - -Must be able to read and speak the English language
--- - - -Must be able to see, hear and move intermittently, or use
prosthetics that will enable you to function adequately to assure
that the requirements of this position can be fully met
--- - - -Frequent exposure to unpleasant patient or unit
--- - - -May be exposed to odorous / hazardous specimens
--- - - -Regularly exposed to infection / contagious disease
--- - - -Possible exposure to blood borne pathogens from blood
and/or bodily fluids
ProMedica is a mission-based, not-for-profit integrated healthcare
organization headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. -For more information,
please visit www.promedica.org/about-promedica
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion,
sex/gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender
identity or gender expression, age, physical or mental disability,
military or protected veteran status, citizenship, familial or
marital status, genetics, or any other legally protected category.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment
Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an
accommodation in order to apply for a job with ProMedica, please
Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug-Free Workplace
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