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Registered Nurse - Post Partum/GYN

Florence, South Carolina

Overview

In the first year of employment, the McLeod nurse should become competent in the skills needed to meet patient care needs. Care to our patients must be competent, safe, individualized and holistic. The focus on quality of care and safety provided to patients, drives our nurses to engage in their commitment to the organization and to the profession. Nursing practice is built from the Mission, Vision and Values and strategic plan of McLeod Health. We are committed to serving as an institution that facilitates the continuing education of all nurses. We further believe qualified staff who are interested and have demonstrated positive results in improving outcomes, avoiding complications, showing expertise and demonstrating proficiency in use of state of the art technology should be considered for promotions within the organization.

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Success Profile

What makes a successful Nurse at McLeod Health? Check out the top traits we're looking for and see if you have the right mix. Additional related traits listed below.

  • Compassionate 10
  • Efficient 10
  • Responsible 10
  • Trustworthy 10
  • Collaborative 9
  • Adaptable 8
Traits are on a scale of 0 to 10

Addtional Traits

  • Deadline-Oriented
  • Multi-Tasker
  • Organized
  • Patient
  • Positive
  • Problem-Solver
  • Quick-Thinking
  • Results-Driven

Quote

Nursing at Mcleod is not a "job". Nursing at Mcleod is an opportunity to be part of an awesome team that allows you to provide excellent care to patients and grow as a professional. — Tammie, Assistant Director of Emergency Department at McLeod Health

Essential Responsibilities

The Registered Nurse utilizes the nursing process to address the holistic needs of patients and their significant others, during hospitalization, and preparation for discharge.  Reporting to the Unit Director, the Registered Nurse may supervise the work of other Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and assist personnel in efforts to deliver care for a prescribed shift of time.  The Registered Nurse is responsible for the quality of care directly rendered and that he/she delegates to others.

Baby-Friendly is a global initiative, launched by WHO and UNICEF in 1991, to remove commercial influence from birth facilities and optimize mother-baby bonding and support through the implementation of the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding. In service of informed decisions, Baby-Friendly practices are designed to help families understand their options and achieve their infant feeding goals, regardless of their selected feeding method. Achieving Baby-Friendly Designation from an independent, third-party certification body confirms that we provide evidenced-based, best practice care and brands our facility as top quality.

McLeod Regional Medical Center is proud to have achieved this designation in June 2019. There are now 15 Baby-Friendly Designated Hospital in South Carolina, including McLeod Health Dillon.

Work Schedule
72 hours biweekly;  rotating shifts as scheduled
Skills Required
At least a two-year associate's degree from an accredited school in nursing.
Experience
PP/GYN experience preferred 

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