Interventional Radiology Unit Description:
Interventional Radiology is a team of procedural nurses and technologist. The IR team supports the Interventional Radiologist as well as two Vascular surgeon groups, completing a number of routine and emergency cases. IR also supports the Oncology service line by completing tumor ablations for liver and renal tumors. IR is a full-service lab where continuity of care is completed from the prior admission testing to discharge making this a patient focused process that patients appreciate.
Position Summary: RN – Interventional Radiology
The Registered Nurse is accountable for management and delivery of patient care to assigned patients in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team, and within the scope of practice delineated in the New York State Nurse Practice Act.
Interventional Radiology RN Responsibilities:
- Provides direct patient care
- Delegates/assigns responsibility as appropriate to others
- Serves as leader of the interdisciplinary team in collaboration with and under the direction of the attending physician.
- Focuses on completion of the nursing process including patient/family education and discharge planning.
- Understands and acts appropriately to ensure optimum use of all resources.
Interventional Radiology RN Benefits:
- Nursing Professional Advancement Program = earn up to $8k/year more.
- Tuition Reimbursement.
- Certification Bonus.
- RN Preceptor Compensation.
- Generous Shift Differentials between 10-30%.
- Schedule Flexibility for Working Students.
- Excellent Benefits and Earned Time Off (ETO) accrual for Vacation, Personal, and Holiday time.
- Earn Wellness Dollars per year to use towards GFH medical services
Interventional Radiology RN Qualifications:
- One year of medical-surgical or acute care/hospital nursing experience required.
Interventional Radiology Education:
- Graduation from a Registered Professional Nursing Program.
- Current license and registration to practice Registered Professional Nursing in New York State
Location: 100 Park Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801
Glens Falls Hospital Nursing:
Come join our team in nursing excellence as we pursue Magnet® Recognition in 2020. Glens Falls Hospital consistently outperforms the national average in nursing job satisfaction surveys due to our engaged leadership, skilled team members, and family like atmosphere.
“There is no limit to what can be achieved by a nursing workforce that is engaged and empowered to transform their practice environment. I am extremely proud to represent this remarkably talented, compassionate team of professional nurses.” – Donna Kirker Chief Nursing Officer
GFH Nursing Mission:
To provide exceptional patient and family centered care in every encounter in ever setting.
GFH Nursing Vision:
We will be a leader in advancing the profession of nursing evidenced by our compassionate, collaborative, evidence-based care for patients, family and community.
GFH fundamental values C.A.R.E.S.
About Glens Falls Hospital and the local area
Glens Falls Hospital (GFH) is a not-for-profit community hospital and the largest employer in New York’s Adirondack region, with over 2,500 employees and a medical staff of over 540 providers. Founded in 1897, GFH today operates an advanced health care delivery system featuring more than 20 regional facilities and maintains a service area that spans 6,000 square miles across 5 diverse counties. GFH provides a vast array of specialized medical and surgical services in addition to coronary care, behavioral health care, rehabilitation and wellness and many others.
Glens Falls Hospital is located between Saratoga Springs and Lake George. To the north, there are numerous places to hike, bike, boat, swim, or just relax with the backdrop of the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. Saratoga Springs and Glens Falls are abundant in the arts, entertainment, museums, dinning, golf, shopping, and more. Plus, New York City, Boston, and Montreal are just 3 hours away.
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