The Staff Nurse is the leader of the team that is closest to patient care. Team members, such as CCHT's, LVN's, LPN's and EST's look to the Staff Nurse as the leader of their team, their pod.
ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE
Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life.
At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well.
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are seeking a purpose-driven team member with a record of accomplishment, providing a safe and professional environment for patients to receive treatment. The Staff RN leads the treatment floor, overseeing patient care, directing patient care technicians and coordinating with the interdisciplinary team and physicians to meet the patients’ kidney needs. The Staff RN will advocate for patients and effectively coordinate with other team members for smooth kidney care in a holistic environment. The role is dedicated to serving the patients and the team with a positive attitude and strong collaboration.
The Staff RN is invested in providing the highest quality care to patients while ensuring compliance with policies, procedures and regulations and providing education to staff and patients. The Staff RN runs the treatment floor with a calm, collected and positive attitude that creates a comfortable and secure environment for patients and the team.
You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. You are patient-centric and have a track record of leading interdisciplinary teams in providing quality care. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will be a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry.
Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis.
Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement.
Experience: One (1) year Registered Nurse general nursing experience; three (3) months experience in the applicable modality (HD, PD or HHD)
Education: Graduation from an accredited nursing school or equivalent, BSN preferred
License/Certification: Valid Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of practice; current CPR certification