Take your career to the next level as a Medical Surgical Nurse on the Surgical Telemetry Unit at Wesley Medical Center.
No other organization is better positioned to provide an excellent work experience for you like one committed to the care and improvement of human live. One of the most experienced and comprehensive medical centers in Kansas! Wesley Medical Centeris the hospital of choice for thousands of people in Kansas and northern Oklahoma. Their preference for Wesley extends well beyond the high-quality medical services we offer. It includes the spirit of intensive caring that inspires and guides everyone who works at Wesley.
Wesley Medical Center is an acute-care center licensed for 760 beds and 102 bassinets. As a leader in overall recommend care, we treat more than 24,000 patients annually and deliver more than 6,000 babies - more than any hospital in a 13 state region. Wesley provides the most extensive emergency network in Wichita.
Founded in 1912 by a regional organization of the Methodist church, Wesley has been an HCA facility since 1985. Wesley owns and operates Wesley Woodlawn Hospital and Wesley Children's Hospital.
We are deeply proud to have earned an "A" rating in the most recent Leapfrog Hospital Patient Safety Report!
To learn more about the Culture at Wesley, click here!
Our 37 bed cardiac step down unit provides care to patients with a variety of cardiac diseases. We are grateful to work with and learn from passionate cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons. We have the privilege of partnering with our Emergency Department, Cardiac Cath Lab, Coronary Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Interventional Unit and Quality Department to maintain Chest pain Accreditation from the Joint commission! Our unit has received recognition from HCA's Unit of Distinction for providing quality patient care. We pride ourselves on having high employee and patient engagement scores. Our nursing team is highly involved in the continued development and maintenance of our program and unit based practices.
Here's what you can expect from being an RN on our unit:
You will be responsible for the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation.
You will direct and oversee all nursing care for the department-specific patient population in accordance with the standards of nursing care and practice as defined by Wesley Medical Center and the Kansas Nurse Practice Act.
You will collaborate with other professional disciplines to ensure effective and efficient patient care delivery and achievement of desired patient outcomes.
You will support the organization's vision and mission and utilize knowledge of patient's age and cultural diversity in the provision of patient care.
You will contributes to the provision of quality nursing care through performance improvement techniques that demonstrate positive outcomes in patient care.
You will systematically evaluate the quality and effectiveness of nursing practice by participation in quality of care activities to initiate, implement, and sustain process improvements
You will acquire and maintain current knowledge in nursing practice and education
You will monitor the patient's progress toward the attainment of outcomes
You will contribute to the professional development of peers, colleagues and others
You will collaborate with the patient, significant others and health care providers in providing and advocating for patient care
You will consider safety and cost effectiveness when delivering patient care
You will make decisions and actions on behalf of patients that are determined in an ethical manner
You will participate in the improvement of operational functions of the department
You will establish and maintain effective and respectful communication in development of all collaborative relationships
You will evaluate and participate in opportunities for outstanding service to all customers and accept responsibility in partnership that is equally respectful to everyone
You will demonstrates the ability to apply knowledge of age-appropriate competencies to department specific population
You will utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills to identify, interpret, and access appropriate resources in patient specific scenario(s)
You will secure, administer and handle medication according to established guidelines
I'm interested, what is required for this position?
You have a current Registered Nurse License in the State of Kansas, and current Basic Life support (BS) certification through the American Heart Association.
You have a current Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) verification through the American Heart Association. If not, that's OK, we will send you to the class after you are hired!
You successfully complete the Dysrhythmia Exam within allotted time frame, as specified in policy.
Are you a graduate of an accredited school of nursing? Outstanding!
We would like to fill this position with an RN who has 1 to 2 years acute care experience.
We believe it's pretty great to be a new or recent graduate nurse. We're considering recent graduates and non-acute applicants as well.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our hospital. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.
We focus on keeping benefits fair, smart and competitive with a full package of rewards that support your health, life, career and future. As part of our commitment to a healthy work/life experience, HCA rewards our employees with comprehensive health and wellness benefits, financial and retirement planning support, and time away from work options. Learn more.
Internal Number: 00323-19064
About Wesley Medical Center - Wesley Woodlawn Hospital & ER
For more than 100 years, Wesley Healthcare has provided exceptional healthcare to thousands of families in Wichita and throughout Kansas and Northern Oklahoma. As a leader in overall recommended care, Wesley treats more than 24,000 patients annually and delivers more than 6,000 babies each year, more than any hospital in a 13-state region.