In-House Registry- Employees who work in selected, difficult to recruit positions as defined by Human Resources, and who earn a proportionally increased hourly wage. Scheduling requirements are determined by department guidelines and may differ from one department to another. Hours worked must average less than 20 hours per week on an annual calendar year basis.
The competent RN has mastered basic technical and organizational nursing skills. He or she is skilled in evaluating patient responses and uses past experiences in providing care. Patients and families are viewed holistically, there is a focus on outcomes, and care is delivered using a systematic approach. The competent RN is able to make decisions guided by limited experience, as well as policies, procedures, guidelines and standards. He or she consults with other members of the healthcare team when necessary. At the competent level, the RN can comfortably care for patients in his or her clinical area.