Clinical Nurse Specialist â CNS/RN â Infant Cardiac Unit - Days
- Full Time
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Clinical Nurse Specialist – CNS/RN – Infant Cardiac Unit - Days
New Graduates welcome to apply!
Step into the fast-paced world of New York’s #1-ranked children’s hospital (U.S. News World Report), and be a catalyst for nursing excellence in a world-class children’s hospital. Home to the creation of the newborn Apgar score, named after our own Dr. Virginia Apgar, our center is now the top tri-state-area hospital on this year’s U.S. News World Report listing of Americas Best Children’s Hospitals, ranked in 9 out of 10 specialties.
The Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) in the Infant Cardiac Unit is a registered professional nurse and CNS with specialization in cardiac/congenital heart in NICU or Pediatrics. The CNS demonstrates clinical expertise in the standards of the American Nurses Association and the National Association of Neonatal Nurses. The CNS guides and promotes the growth and development of evidence-based professional nursing practice through application of advanced nursing knowledge and skills with patients and families, nurses, and other health care providers. The CNS is responsible for consultation, clinical teaching, professional staff development, and nursing practice for a designated area.
Join our world-class NYP/MSCH nursing team as we move towards ANCC designated Magnet recognition. Foster a culture of learning and guide the next generation of top-talent nurses. Conduct learning needs assessments, and design/implement/reevaluate educational programs to meet the needs of our amazing nurses in two fast-paced top-notch postpartum units and newborn nurseries. Conduct clinical rounds to identify the individual and collective learning needs of staff and use cutting-edge technology. Promote evidence-based practices that inspire award-winning nurses.Regularly evaluate staff competencies, mentor clinical nurses in professional development, and serve as a role model for professional nursing practice across the organization. Collaborate with departmental and interprofessional teams to determine policy, standards, and clinical procedures that guide nursing practice; and participate in the development and implementation of continuous quality improvement programs. Conduct nursing research, outcome measurement, and utilize findings to enhance nursing practice and patient care outcomes.
For nurses at New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, every moment – and every patient – is precious. At New York-Presbyterian, nursing is a life-changing career journey focused on amazing patient outcomes every step of the way. It’s the kind of nursing that requires an unwavering commitment to excellence and a constant spirit of professionalism. Now, you have the opportunity to join us.
Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
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