Hospice Admission Nurse – 12 Hour Shifts 3 Days Per Week – $5,000 Sign On Bonus
Are You Called to Serve? Finding the right hospice is about finding the right people. People who will delicately guide patients through an unknown journey ahead; who serve the needs of family members with the same care as their patients; who will always be there to answer questions, so no one is left in the dark.
At Emmanuel Hospice , we view our work as our ministry and our service as our calling. This means valuing every stage of living, including the process of dying. We are governed by the needs and wishes of our patients and their families; we are called to ease the burdens of advanced illnesses; and we are ready to expand our growing team again. Below you will find our current career opportunities.
As an Admissions Nurse at Emmanuel Hospice, you will experience a rewarding work life while immersed in a non-profit ministry with a full-time position. You will receive a competitive wage including mileage reimbursement.
Your Responsibilities Would Include:
- Conducting informational and sign-on visits
- Completing comprehensive admission assessments
- Collaborating with referral sources, patients, families, and healthcare professionals to establish an initial plan of care
- Communicating effectively with other hospice staff to ensure coordinated care is provided
- Follows all Emmanuel Hospice referrals and active patients who are in the hospital and assists with discharge planning to lower levels of care ensuring successful transitions of care
- Assists with follow-up contacts and re-assessments as needed
- The shifts for this role are three – 12 hour shifts per week and one weekend (Saturday and Sunday 10am -6pm) per month. This is a full-time salaried position.
The successful candidate will be a highly skilled and flexible clinician with excellent assessment skills of individual’s physical, emotional and spiritual symptoms. This position requires the ability to be a calming and reassuring presence in difficult situations. This position requires flexibility in adapting to the changing needs of the patient and family. Current RN degree and acute care experience required; hospice, home care, emergency room or ICU experience preferred.