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HealthPartners RN - St. Paul Como Clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota

RN - St. Paul Como Clinic Job ID:51902 Department:CO Primary Care City:St Paul, MN Location:HP - St Paul Como Clinic Position Type:Full-Time Anticipated Work Schedule:Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm and Tuesday 8:00am to 12:00pm Hrs/Pay Period:72 Job Description: We currently have an exciting opportunity for an RN to work at the St. Paul Como Clinic. The purpose of this position is to effectively provide quality service to our patients, make independent nursing diagnoses and develop plans for care, create and implement dynamic teaching plans based on upon patient need and act as a resource for other staff members. SCHEDULE: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm and Tuesday 8:00am to 12:00pm Location: St. Paul Como Clinic REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing Current RN licensure in Minnesota Current RN licensure in Wisconsin within two months of hire Current CPR certification required within 6 months of hire, and maintain Strongly demonstrated written and oral communication skills PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: One year full time employment as an RN PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to sit or stand for prolonged periods at a time. Must possess speech, hearing and sight skills to perform the functions of the position. Manual dexterity required. Must be able to speak, read and write English proficiently. Proficiency in other languages may be required. Some positions may have lifting requirements. ACCOUNTABILITIES: Nursing Process: Definition Nursing assessment is accomplished through interviewing, observation, and/or nursing procedures. Problem identification (nursing diagnosis) defines the impact of health problems affecting individuals and families. Registered nurses distinguish between normal and abnormal findings in order to identify patient capabilities and limitations. Planning is the process of making decisions and setting goals which are mutually acceptable to the nurse and all pertinent others. Implementation is the process of providing comprehensive nursing care. Evaluation includes assessment and reassessment of the patient's progress toward goal achievement. Performance is up to standard when: Nursing Care: Demonstrates clinical competence in using the nursing process to provide care to patients and their families. Implements established Group Health Nursing Policies and Procedures. Provides emotional, intellectual and psychological support to patients and their families. Documentation: Documents accurately and completely and keeps record regarding clinical practice. Consultation / Collaboration: Shares information with other members of the health care team. Makes appropriate nursing referrals. Uses interdisciplinary resources to enhance own clinical decision making Provides continuity among home, office, inpatient setting and community. Uses appropriate systems, automated or manual, to obtain patient information or schedule appointments. Education: Definition: Education imparts knowledge designed to develop skills, to enhance decision-making, and to promote understanding. It includes interaction with the patient, family and community, as well as participating in formal and informal professional education. Performance is up to standard when: Patient / Family / Community: Identifies patient and family needs and develops a plan for education and/or makes appropriate nursing referrals. Teaches techniques or knowledge necessary for prevention, management or rehabilitation. Engages in ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching in terms of understanding and application. Professional: Participates in patient care conferences, in-services and educational programs in the GHI system, hospital and community. Develops new opportunities, tools or methods of teaching. Leadership: Definition: Nursing leadership is a process through which a nurse affects the action of others