Charge Nurse (RN)
- Gilroy, CA
$5000 Sign On Bonus! Seeking a Dialysis-experienced Charge Nurse looking for growth opportunities to help lead the patient care team for our Gilroy center. Bilingual Spanish preferred.
About Satellite Healthcare
Satellite Healthcare is more than simply a dialysis company. Since our founding in 1974, we have become the industry's leader in personalized quality care: 70% of our centers earn 4- and 5-star ratings from Medicaid and Medicare.gov, far ahead of all other providers. Our success in caring for patients can be attributed to our mission, our not-for-profit structure, and our people. Together, they create a powerfully patient-centered organization.
Our mission is clear: to make life better for people living with kidney disease. Because we are a non-profit, we can pursue that mission with all our resources, united by our passion for patient care. As part of our commitment to continuous improvement, Satellite Research explores new ways to elevate the effectiveness and delivery of dialysis therapy. And Satellite Wellbound is leading the industry in home dialysis because better outcomes and quality of life are our highest priority. We are also substantial contributors to community and philanthropic kidney initiatives.
Across our organization, we share a single mission - to make life better for those living with kidney disease. Watch our video to learn more about our mission.
$5000 Sign On Bonus!
About the Role
We are seeking a purpose-driven, dialysis-experienced Charge Nurse RN with a record of accomplishment, to provide a safe and professional environment for patients to receive treatment. The Charge Nurse RN leads the treatment floor and i s required to make independent decisions using professional nursing knowledge. As an integral member of the health care team, coordinates patient care and communicates, delegates and collaborates extensively with the other members of the health care team, patients, and/or patients' family or responsible party.
- Maintain awareness of the general course of all patients on the shift, as well as all patients in the center; draws upon this knowledge to individualize treatments and prioritize care.
- Directs staff in work assignments and revises patient schedule and staff assignment for maximum efficiency and meet patient acuity needs on a daily basis
- Effectively manages rapidly changing situations in a timely manner
- Delegates and monitors care rendered by members of healthcare team in collaboration with the Clinical Manager (CM) and Medical Director (MD).
- Advise, direct and counsel staff as needed.
- Demonstrates the ability to assume the day-to-day functions of the Clinical Manager in their absence, (i.e.) staffing, admission management, etc.
Making life better for those with kidney disease is a mission you can embrace fully and passionately. You want to learn about your patients beyond just their time in treatment. You know the value of compassion, commitment and especially collaboration. You believe in continuous improvement as a way of looking at everything. You pursue goals with determination and build long and productive professional relationships.
What You Will Gain
Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team who are just as passionate as you about making a difference in others' lives. You will also work alongside leaders who believe leading means serving; they support you in providing care that is unsurpassed in our industry.
Impact: The care you provide will enable our patients to live a better life that meets their needs holistically.
Growth: A Satellite career offers a lot of challenges, but also the support and leadership to learn and grow from each one. Here, the paths you find for fulfilling your aspirations don't need to be linear if that's your choice. With everything Satellite is doing to be a force for progress in the industry, you have many options before you.
Experience: One (1) year Registered Nurse general nursing experience; t hree (3) months experience in the applicable Dialysis 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
Experience: 1+ years experience in Dialysis. Leadership experience, CNN or CDN
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