Team Lead Registered Nurse – Step Down Critical Care
Texas Health Huguley- operated as joint venture between Texas Health Resources and AdventHealth
Location Address: 11801 South Fwy., Burleson, TX76028
Top Reasons to Work At Texas Health Huguley, Burleson, TX
Our care for patients extend to the spiritual level by praying with patients and families and providing on call, 24 hours, 7 days a week Chaplains for spiritual support.
Award winning facility and departments including “Great Place to Work” by Becker’s Hospital Review and Gallup.
Work with the latest technology and top experts including “Daisy Award” recipients while on the way to Magnet status—2020.
Amazing medical benefits through Aetna plus an onsite full-service fitness center.
Growth opportunities designed for each employee.
Located about 10 minutes from downtown Fort Worth and near TCU in the award-winning school district, Burleson ISD which also provides a low-cost of living.
Full Time Nights
You Will Be Responsible For:
·Ensures that every patient has a documented and purposeful nurse leader round every day. Rounds by nurse assignment and provides immediate feedback to nurse after rounding.
·Validates and holds staff accountable for purposeful hourly rounding.
·Coordinates unit staffing for shift as described by staffing grid. Prevents overstaffing and over-shift overtime. Justifies on charge nurse staffing sheet any variance to staffing per grid for assigned shift.
·Every AM after bed tracking meeting, initiates huddle on the unit to form a team approach to care. Huddle includes a quick discussion of any topics brought forth in the bed tracking meeting, patient flow plan for the shift, staff concerns, patient concerns/needs, IPOC reminders, VTE documentation of interventions, pts at risk for falls, pts with pain not controlled, staff roles during a code blue, etc.
·Ensures that staff have complete all required documentation including but not limited to Admission databases, Home medication lists, IPOCS, Vaccine and VTE assessments and interventions, Riskmasters, and medication PPID processes.
· An active participant in shared governance including unit based counsel and the peer review processes.
What You Will Need:
Current licensure to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Texas or in a qualifying compact state.
Completion of a ASN program, BSN Preferred.
A minimum of three (3) years of recent experience in an acute care facility successfully demonstrating skills in assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating patient care required.
The Team Leader adheres to and follows the goals, philosophy, standards and guidelines of Texas Health Huguley. The Team Leader is a specialized health care professional who reports to the Director and provides leadership to the unit assigned by supervising the coordination the care and services for the patients on the unit for their assigned shift. The Team Leader will lead their staff on the delivery of safe patient care, quality strategies, throughput initiatives, patient satisfaction and employee satisfaction. In collaboration with their Director, the Team Leader will conduct performance evaluations of their assigned staff, participate in peer interviews of potential new hires for their team, and will make suggestions to their Director of any staff recognitions and/or disciplinary actions. This position demonstrates leadership through conflict resolution and service recovery with patients, families, physicians, and staff and proactively removes barriers to effectively implement Texas Health Huguleyâ™s strategic plan to achieve our vision.The Team Leader maintains clinical competency and is required to provide direct patient care. Responsible for supervising RNs, LVNs and non-licensed nursing personnel assigned to unit during their shift.
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