Nurses Needed and Wanted / PT & PRN Hours Available
- Southern Health Partners
- $61,530.00 - 80,310.00 / Year *
- Lexington, KY 40517
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
You became a nurse to make a difference in the lives of others. To help them improve their quality of life, ease the mind of stress, heal the aches of the body and lift the spirit with each patient encounter. At Southern Health Partners our nurses get to experience the entire range of patient situations from detox to restorative progress, medical emergencies, wound care, chronic care management, mental health and well-being and all while educating the patient on how to move forward and continue to improve their health even after their release. With such a diverse patient population we are always seeking diversity in the nurses we welcome to the SHP family. Looking for an opportunity to make your impact in this time of national health care crisis? We are looking for: PRN Staff who are willing to work at least 4 shifts each month in a secure jail location near you. Monitoring patients, added screening processes,and routine medication pass functions have all hands on deck, and your willingness to lend a hand could make a world of difference. Employment with SHP Offers You:The Opportunity for you to Make a DifferenceAutonomy and Experience with Every Type of Patient Care NeedSafe and Secure Work Environment in a dedicated medical unit spaceFree Monthly CE Credit Hours as a CE ProviderEducational Discount Program AccessEmployee referral bonus programDesired Skills and Experience SHP medical professionals are needed to perform quality patient care services for an underserved population. We are looking for a responsible and dedicated licensed care giver to utilize their nursing skills for a diverse patient group. In a secure jail medical unit, you will deliver patient care, review data collection, establish nursing plans and work under the boundaries of State Scope of Practice and Guidelines, and Physician/Provider(s). Outside service referrals, following established treatment plans, and working with the Providers will be a key part of your position as well. Monitoring patient progress and working with the Providers will round out a quality health care program performed on-site one you can be proud to be a part of. You should have competence in performing emergency intervention, physical assessment, critical thinking, and documentation skills. Be Nursing Proud and join us today! Equal Opportunity Employer All Applicants are subject to Drug Screening and the Issuance of Security Clearance by the Facility in Which Work is to be performed. Associa
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