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Oncology OCN Staff Nurse
A wonderful hospital in the Pacific Northwest is seeking an experienced Oncology Registered Nurse to join their elite team of Nursing professionals.
This outstanding 400 + bed hospital is a regionally and nationally recognized organization that has been named one of the top 100 hospitals for many years. The medical facility offers a comprehensive range of services, which includes Women’s and Children’s Services, Oncology, Cardiovascular Services, Emergency Care and Trauma, Surgical Services and many more. The medical facility has a longstanding history in the community of providing exceptional care to each and every patient. With an expertly trained team of medical and nursing professionals, the facility deeply values its staff, and encourages the growth, innovative exploration, and personal development of all employees.
The Oncology Certified Nurse will become an integral member of the Oncology Services Line, and will join the organization at an exciting time, as the Oncology and Chemotherapy Departments undergo a complete renovation. Current upgrades for the Oncology Unit include, furniture, equipment, renovated rooms, new flooring, enhanced atmosphere and more.
The Registered Nurse of Oncology Services will be exposed to a variety of cases, with patients presenting from diverse backgrounds. The Oncology Certified Nurse will demonstrate their clinical expertise and familiarity with patients presenting with brain, lung, and bone cancers, as well as their effective care for stem cell transplant and chemotherapy patients.
Working collaboratively with a team of 25 Oncology Nurses, the Oncology RN will provide comprehensive care to each patients. In all aspects of their work, the Cancer Care Staff Nurse will comply with the policies and procedures set for the by institution, and will demonstrate their commitment to providing compassionate care for all.
Daily responsibilities for the Registered Nurse of Oncology include:
- Assessing patient status, developing and implementing a treatment plan
- Monitoring and recording vital signs
- Administering IV fluids, medications, electrolyte replacement and chemotherapy, as necessary
- Informing and educating patients, families and significant others of treatment plan
- Collaborating with an interdisciplinary team of medical and nursing professionals
The hospital is part of a thriving healthcare system that services the West Coast, and beyond. The Oncology Certified Registered Nurse will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the most elite medical minds in the nation, and will be exposed to endless opportunity for personal and professional development. The hospital is excited to offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package.