A registered nurse (RN) supports the health, wellness and illness prevention of residents by developing, managing and monitoring nursing care plans that are tailored to meet the medical, physical and emotional needs of each resident. The RN oversees the day-to-day clinical activities of health care personnel (e.g., LPNs and CNAs) while maintaining a sterile environment for residents and striving to meet maximum security and comfort needs.
- Completed Nursing Program training
- Experience in long-term care facility preferred
- No findings or convictions of resident abuse, mistreatment and misappropriation of property
- Able to interpret patient information and make critical decisions about necessary actions
- Ability to supervise and work well with and show respect towards other health care personnel (i.e., CNAs, LPNs, physicians, etc.), residents and their family members
- Strong written and verbal communication skills; able to follow written and verbal instructions
- Caring and compassionate bedside manner
- Respect for residents’ privacy and rights; display of genuine concern and empathy for the elderly
- Able to perform tasks while upholding high standards of quality, cleanliness and kindness
- Physical endurance for frequent activity; ability to lift a minimum of 20 pounds
Call 586-574-3444 for more information.