Quinte Health Care Trenton, ON K8V 6S6, Canada
Feb 13, 2018Part time
Quinte Health Care (QHC), located in south/central Ontario, is an integrated system of hospitals working with our partners to provide exceptional care. Our four hospitals: Belleville General Hospital, Trenton Memorial Hospital, Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital and North Hastings Hospital, offer high-quality, comprehensive health services to nearly 200,000 people throughout the region. With fantastic restaurants, a thriving arts and culture scene, and more than 40 wineries, the Quinte region is an excellent place to live. The array of parks, picturesque beaches, golf courses, and waterfront trails, provide plenty of opportunity for outdoor adventure. This dynamic, growing community offers affordable housing in both urban and rural settings and is an easy commute to larger centres such as Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa and Montreal. Visit www.bayofquinte.ca to learn more about the region. QHC's vision is to provide exceptional and compassionate care and to be valued by our communities and inspired by the people we serve. We strive to enhance the quality and safety of care, create an exceptional safety experience, provide effective care transitions, and be an exceptional workplace. Required -Current Certificate of Registration in good standing, or eligible for registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario. -Current CPR or BCLS certificate. - Current ACLS Certification or obtain within 6 months of the commencement of the position. -Completion of Coronary Care 1 or equivalent (ex. QHC Cardio Concepts) or obtain within 6 months of the commencement of the position. -Minimum 1-year recent acute care experience in a medical/surgical department in the last 2 years, or 6 consistent monthsâ€™ acute care experience in an ER environment (for example â€“ transition pool or NGGI), or final consolidation within an ED environment -Evidence of continuing professional development. (please list most recent 3 on application) -Capable of coping with a physically demanding workload. (Physical Demands Analysis (PDA) available to review) Duties -Demonstrated leadership, critical thinking, interpersonal and communication skills to assume incharge responsibility to function independently. -Practices within the scope of professional, legal and ethical standards -Accountable to seek out and obtain education to enhance/improve practice -Formulates the plan of care in collaboration with other members of the interdisciplinary team -Continuously assesses, monitors and evaluates data regarding the patients physical, emotional, and psycho-social status -Continuous analysis of data to formulate nursing response and interventions based on the patient/family wishes, priorities, and needs -Plans interventions in collaboration with the inter-professional care team to formulate an overall plan of care -Implements the established plan of care in collaboration with the inter-professional team using advanced skill and knowledge within his/her professional scope of practice -Evaluates patient outcomes in a manner consistent with independent and interdependent nursing functions -Other duties as assigned. Closing Statement Quinte Health Care is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all interested candidates for their response, however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. Equal Opportunity Quinte Health Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to meeting needs under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Our Recruitment process follows the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in order to provide a fair and equitable process for all candidates. Applicants requiring accommodation through the recruitment/interview process are encouraged to contact the Human Resources Department at 613-969-7400 x2577 for assistance.