RN II - Oncology - Full Time, Days (Rotating Weekends)
II - Oncology Med/Surg
Full Time, Days (Rotating Weekends),
investment in technology, ability to recruit internationally trained physicians
in a wide range of specialties, and commitment to developing the potential of
its clinical and ancillary staff have set us apart from the rest. Serving
Silicon Valley since 1965, Good Samaritan Hospital
is a 474 bed acute care hospital. Our acute care hospital is located in the heart of Silicon Valley with two locations, the main campus in San Jose and Mission Oaks campus in Los Gatos. Good Samaritan Hospital is recognized as a leader in neurosciences, high-risk obstetrics, comprehensive cancer services, advanced cardiology and innovative surgery techniques. We were the first of five hospitals in the country and the first in Santa Clara County to become a Stroke Certified Hospital. The Oncology teams are dedicated, healthcare providers with excellent services for patients at Good Samaritan Hospital. Interested in joining this team? Apply online now.
: Full Time, Days (Rotating Weekends), 0.8
Internal Bidding Period:
2/1/18 to 2/7/18 GENERAL SUMMARY:
Formulates a plan of care for patients with complicated medical problems in collaboration with patient and family, through observation of the patients physical condition and behavior and interpretation of information obtained from the patient and others which ensures that direct and indirect nursing care provides for the patients safety, comfort, hygiene and restorative measures. Performs skills essential to the kind of nursing action to be taken, explains the health treatment to the patient and family and teaches the patient and family how to care for the clients health needs.
tasks to health team members based on their legal scope of practice and
capabilities, follows up with health care team members and provides effective
clinical guidance of patient care being given.
Performs the duties of charge nurse as assigned.
the effectiveness of the plan of care through observation of the patients
physical condition and behavior, signs and symptoms of illness, reactions to
treatment and through communication with the patient and health care team members
and modifies the plan as needed.
Acts as the patients advocate, as circumstances require, by initiating the
procedure to improve health care or to change decisions or activities which are
against the interests or wishes of the patient and by giving the patient and family
the opportunity to make informed decisions about health care before it isprovided.