Service Leader, Operating Rm #21657, 40 hrs 7A-3:30P, on call required
leadership and education position. Emphasis on the provision and supervision of direct patient care through overseeing the care and services provided by professional and ancillary staff. Plays a key role in the development and maintenance of education of the unit staff.
Assesses (and reassesses), plans, implements, and evaluates nursing interventions/plans of care/patient goals.
Provides patient care based on standards of care, standards of practice, protocols, and established policies and procedures.
Respects each patient as an individual; provides care that fosters the patient's sense of dignity and positive self-regard.
Provides patient/family teaching based on identified learning needs, readiness to learn, and barriers to learning.
Collaboratively plans and prepares patient/family for discharge incorporating support systems/resources as necessary.
Appropriately delegates and supervises nursing interventions performed by others.
Appropriately prioritizes patient care (e.g. seeks assistance as needed from appropriate resources, reassign personnel as necessary, recognizes need for emergency intervention, etc.)
Provides thorough, timely, and accurate documentation of all pertinent data, therapeutic interventions and patient responses including assessment, care plan, patient goals, and interventions according to establishes standards.
Provides timely and thorough transfer of nursing care on assigned patients to other health care team members to ensure integration of services and continuity of patient care.
Assumes accountability for remaining current regarding standards of care established by the profession, regulatory and accreditation bodies and hospital policies and procedures.
Promotes learning for colleagues and self (e.g. functions as preceptor, instructor, trainer, attends professional development programs, etc.)
Operating Room Service Leader
Proactively identifies risk to patient safety and identifies opportunities to reduce medical/health care errors (i.e., appropriate reporting of errors/incidents).
Identifies ethical issues in care and implements actions to address.
Safely administers medications and intravenous therapy in accordance with physician's orders, protocols, policies and procedures.
Qualifications: Graduate of accredited school of nursing. Current nursing registration in Massachusetts required. BSN preferred, demonstrated clinical competence in the specialty area of nursing practice preferred. BCLS required.