SCHEDULE: PRN/Per Diem
Registered Nurse -
Program Runs 8/1/2021 through
• $2,000 Completion Bonus
• 16 week Commitment
• Weekend and Holiday Requirement
• Minimum of 72 hrs per pay
Completion bonus to be paid after the successful completion of
16 consecutive weeks of employment while meeting all shift
requirements during that time period. Only one (1) completion bonus
will be paid per 32 week
All seasonal RNs are requires
to work a minimum of 72 hours per pay period during the seasonal
Four (4) weekend shifts are
required each 4 week schedule
During the course of the 16
week period, the employee is required to work two (2) holiday
shifts (defined by Department Manager of
Alliance is a 75-bed, acute care
hospital that opened in February 2015. The three-story,
155,000 square foot full-service facility serves the communities of
Fort Worth, Keller, Roanoke, Haslet, Saginaw and surrounding
communities in northern Tarrant county and southern Denton county.
Medical City Alliance offers a full range of services, specializing
in women’s, cardiology, robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery, and
emergency care and has been recognized by The Joint Commission for
the Hospital Accreditation Program for 2015.
The Progressive Care Unit
Registered Nurse (PCU RN) is responsible for decisions and
actions within the domain of nursing practice. Important aspects of
this responsibility are the promotion of a safe and therapeutic
environment for both the recipients and providers of nursing care;
acquisition of specialized knowledge skills and additional formal
education to provide specialized care; demonstration and validation
of competence in nursing practice; clinical practice consistent
with the policies, procedures and standards of this facility; and
supervision of other staff as designated within the
Assures quality of care by adhering to
therapeutic standards; measuring health outcomes against patient
care goals and standards; making or recommending necessary
adjustments; following hospital and nursing standards of care set
by state board of nursing, state nurse practice act, and other
governing agency regulations. ?
Resolves patient problems and needs by
utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
Protects patients and employees by adhering to
infection-control policies and protocols, medication administration
and storage procedures, and controlled substance regulations. ?
Notifies responsible practitioners of significant changes in
patient condition, facilities management of follow-up care.
Applies principals of growth and development
and age specific norms in the assessment process. ?
Practices appropriate patient safety measures
in all phases of direct patient care. ?
Uses specialized equipment safely and
Performs duties in a safe manner.
Understand and is able to
follow procedures for Fire and Safety ?
Performs and documents patient
assessments and reassessments following nursing and departmental
policies and procedures, using appropriate techniques for data
collection and analysis at regular and indicated intervals.
Assesses for potential
medication, latex, and environmental/skin allergies. Ensures
appropriate precautions are enacted. ?
Ensures presence of and
appropriateness/completion of required preoperative documents,
assessments, permits, history physical, and diagnostics.
Assess patient comfort/anxiety
level; provide support measures appropriate to the age and culture
of the patient. ?
Follows policy for bedside
Utilizing data collection in the
assessment, and collaboration with other health care providers.
Formulates a plan of care, and
updates as needed to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
Performs interventions based on
critical thinking and technical skills assimilated from assessment,
reports and information communicated by other health care providers
to achieve optimal outcomes. ?
documentation of physician orders and their completion.
Administers medications using
accurate calculations using age specific guidelines.
antiarrhythmic, inotropic, sedative and paralytic agents per policy
and unit standard. ?
Uses specialized equipment and
supplies safety and effectively, with adaptations according to
patient age, size, and developmental needs. ?
Monitors cardiac rhythm. Can
identify, interpret, and applies appropriate interventions.
Applies best practices to the
care of sedated patients minimizing the potential for injury.
Achieves the expected patient
outcomes or revises plan of care and implementation of care based
on the results of the prescribed plan of care.
Evaluates and records patient
response to interventions. ?
Provides accurate and complete
report to oncoming nurse upon shift change or transfer of patient
to other units. ?
Applies universal precautions
according to potential exposure routes. Wears indicated protective
barriers without supervision or reminders. ?
Demonstrates effective hand
washing and surgical scrub, performed at task appropriate
Adherence to aseptic techniques.
Excellent and effective
adherence to best practices identified to eliminate hospital
acquired infections such as CLABSI, CAUTI, VAP, HAPU, etc.
Uses hospital approved cleaning
solutions, chemical and procedures effectively.
Competent to handle food for
patients safely. ?
Precepts students and new
Attends staff meetings/unit
Contributes to growth of unit by
participating/contributing in unit shared governance.
Timely completion of all
assigned educational assignments. ?
Seeks out opportunities to
further/enhance nursing education, skills, and
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We are an equal
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discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national
origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran
status, or disability status.
Associate’s degree required; BSN
preferred. BSN will be required within 3 years of
employment. Professional Nursing Organization
Membership strongly encouraged.
Minimum of two years’ experience is
Registrations and/or Certifications Texas State RN license or
compact license is accepted; Texas State RN license required 30
days after hire; current BLS required; current ACLS required;
Advanced Nursing Certification preferred or obtained within first
12 months of employment; Demonstrated competence in cardiac rhythm
interpretation and assessment, and treatment.
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