The Intermediate Care Unit- Station 33 serves a high acuity, diverse population of both surgical and medical patients. Station 33 is an energetic, fast-paced, complex environment offering advanced learning opportunities for the right candidate while partnering with an experienced multidisciplinary team. The IMC RN is responsible for managing the care of the young adult, adult or elderly patient experiencing general medical conditions or general surgical procedures, which require general assessments related to specific conditions, and general therapies and interventions. This is a night position, 12 hour shifts with every third weekend. Benefit eligible.
About This Position:
Complex Patient Population
Opportunities for Personal and Professional Growth and Development
Continuous Learning Opportunities
Stimulating Work Environment
Making a Difference for People in Our Communities
Inpatient Intermediate Care Unit for medical and surgical patients.
Open Heart Patients Post ICU
Overflow medical surgical as needed
If your skills and experience appear to align with those of the position, you may be asked to participate in a pre-recorded video interview.
The recorded video interviews are reviewed by our hiring team and provide the reviewers with insights on the skills, attributes and experiences you possess that will allow you to be successful in your role.
You will be notified by email or phone if selected for the next stage of our recruitment process. At any time, you may also check your application status online in your Fairview applicant profile at this link .
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the assessment, planning, delivery, and evaluation of nursing care for all assigned patient population(s). The RN is responsible for performing these responsibilities in accordance with all policy, procedures, professional practice guidelines and the MN Nurse Practice Act. The RN coordinates care with members of the health care team and delegates responsibilities to others as appropriate.
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