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Registered Nurse II, Acute, Cardiology Admit/Recovery Unit

Posted: 06/09/2024

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Our nurses at Cincinnati Children‚Äôs work from dawn to dusk and through the starlit hours to deliver the best possible patient care. When parents bring their children through our doors their focus is on one thing ‚Äì the best outcome for their kids. The nurses at Cincinnati Children‚Äôs help them reach the goal with dignity, respect and lots of smiles. Such quality care is why we were designated a Magnet institution back in 2009. It is an honor to be recognized for our excellence in nursing; it sets the bar higher for what we need to continually achieve." - Barb Tofani, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President of Patient Services

Working as a Nurse at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center you will enjoy:

  • Embracing relationship-based care while engaging with patients and families
  • Working with patients and families to provide direct care in collaboration with the inter-disciplinary team and to bring the best care to the patient
  • A state-of-the-art health facility
  • Elevating your nursing skills
Market Leading Benefits Including:
  • Shift Differential, Weekend Differential, and Weekend Option Pay Programs
  • Medical coverage starting day 1 of employment. View employee benefits here:
  • Pension plan and optional 403(b) supplemental retirement plans
  • Tuition reimbursement for continuing education
  • Expansive employee discount programs through our many community partners
  • Referral bonus program for current staff!
  • Support through Employee Resource Groups such as African American Professionals Advisory Council, Asian Cultural and Professional Group, EQUAL - LGBTQA Resource Group, Juntos - Hispanic/Latin Resource Group, Veterans and Military Family Advocacy Network, and Young Professionals (YP) Resource Group
  • Physical and mental health wellness programs
  • Relocation assistance packages available for nurses!

Nurse Clinical Advancement Program (CAP)

Nurses who have graduated from a college level nursing program and have passed a national licensing exam.

  • Clinical Inquiry
    • Follows professional practice standards and guidelines. Questions appropriateness of policies and guidelines; questions current practice; seeks advice, resources, or information to improve patient care; begins to compare and contrast possible alternatives. Assists with development of competence in peers; formally, by precepting new employees, and informally, by sharing knowledge at the point-of-care. Uses self-appraisal performance review and peer review, including annual goal setting, for assurance of competence and professional development to promote safe and ethical practice using the nursing process. Coaches and mentors others. Precepts nursing peers and students. Facilitates learning for members of the healthcare team. Actively works with department managers, nurse council and magnet representatives to identify, share, implement and evaluate safety best practices. Mitigate actual or potential risks to patient and staff safety .Utilize current research findings and other evidence to expand professional knowledge, enhance role performance, and increase knowledge of nursing professional issues. Support clinical nursing, health care, and health system research studies conducted by professional, credentialed researchers.
  • Systems Thinking
    • Is able to recognize systems and processes within the healthcare environment that affect the patient experience; anticipates needs of patients and families as they move through the healthcare system; utilizes untapped and alternative resources as necessary.

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