Do you currently have an opportunity to make a real impact with
your work? With over 2,000 sites of care and serving over 31.2
million patient interactions every year, nurses at St. David's
Medical Center have the opportunity to make a real impact. As a(an)
RN Dialysis you can be a part of change.
We are committed to providing benefits that matter to nurses. At
St. David's Medical Center, our benefits package offers eligible
colleagues an attractive benefit package that includes medical,
wellbeing, dental and vision benefits along with some unique
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Flexible
- Paid Time Off (PTO) and Personal Leave
- 401K (100% annual match - 3% to 9% of pay
based on years of service)
Assistance and Reimbursements for
Tuition and Student Loans
- Employee Discounts including Tickets,
Retail, Mental Health Apps, Education Apps, Identity Theft
- Home, Auto,
and Pet Insurance
- Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP)
- Short Term & Long Term
- Adoption Assistance
- Legal Benefits and lots more!
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It is an exciting time to be a nurse at HCA Healthcare! Come
unlock your career potential and see how rewarding it can be to
reach your personal and professional goals. Help to advance the
practice of nursing and improve positive outcomes for your patients
as a (an) RN Dialysis. We want your knowledge and expertise!
Job Summary and Qualifications
The Registered Nurse coordinates and delivers high quality,
patient-centered care in accordance with the nature and specific
requirements of the department, and consistent with the scope and
standards of practice for the relevant state and specialty.In
collaboration with medical providers and other members of the care
team, the RN provides individualized, comprehensive, and
compassionate care using established nursing models such as
“Assess, Perform, Teach, and Manage.” The RN serves as an advocate
for patients/families/caregivers and models a commitment to the
organization’s vision/mission/values to support an unparalleled
patient experience and clinical outcomes that contribute to overall
·Assesses patient condition during admission and during each
shift as scheduled and/or as needed, identifying and reporting any
changes in patient status.
·Assesses patient environment for any safety risks and/or
non-compliance with regulatory standards.
·Assesses patient pain regularly to promote effective pain
management, including reassessments after appropriate
·Assesses patient condition for signs and symptoms of abuse or
neglect. Reports any indications of abuse or neglect to medical
provider(s), nurse leader, and/or appropriate agency.
·Performs procedures, monitoring, or other functions as ordered
by the medical provider(s). Documents the administration of care in
the patient medical record in a timely and thorough manner.
·Performs the administration of prescribed medications. Monitors
patient for therapeutic response. Notifies provider and intervenes
as appropriate in the event of an unintended response to
·Performs exceptional care by responding promptly to patient
requests. Strives to anticipate patient needs and resolve them
·Teaches patients/families/caregivers about patient medical
condition, patient status, treatment plan, medications and possible
side effects, and follow-up measures. Translates complex medical
terminology to ensure complete understanding.
·Teaches patients/families/caregivers about any non-medicinal
follow-up measures, such as healthy diet and exercise, disease
prevention, and/or other lifestyle changes. Prepares patients and
families/caregivers for future self-management.
·Manages a care team, providing oversight and delegation to
members as appropriate.
·Manages evidence-based practices and continuous process
improvement initiatives to meet and exceed quality measures and
enhance the exceptional care provided to patients.
·Manages the quality of care by collaborating with a
multidisciplinary team to coordinate, evaluate, customize, and
deliver a holistic patient treatment plan that promotes and
·Manages the continuation of care by serving as the interface
between healthcare providers and community support systems who
coordinate ongoing care needs for specialized patient groups.
·1 Year experience required
·Graduate from an accredited nursing program with an Associate’s
degree in nursing or clinical field- Required.
·Bachelors’ Degree Preferred
License and Certifications
·Currently licensed as a registered professional nurse in the
state(s) of practice and/or has an active compact license, in
accordance with law and regulation.
- Basic Life Support (BLS) required as per St. David’s Healthcare
HealthCare, which is one of the largest healthcare
systems in Texas and the third-largest employer in the Austin area.
St. David’s HealthCare was formed through a unique partnership
between HCA Healthcare and two local non-profits — St. David’s
Foundation and Georgetown Health Foundation.
HCA Healthcare has been named one of the World's Most Ethical
Companies by Ethisphere Institute for over a decade. In
recent years, HCA Healthcare spent an estimated $3.7 billion in
cost for the delivery of charitable care, uninsured discounts, and
other uncompensated expenses.
"There is so much good to do in the world and so many different
ways to do it."-
Dr. Thomas Frist, Sr.
HCA Healthcare Co-Founder
Be a part of an organization that leverages our size to make a
real impact in our industry! Our Talent Acquisition team is
reviewing applications for our RN Dialysis opening. Submit your
application today and help advance the practice of nursing.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity
at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race,
religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age,
marital status, veteran status, or disability status.