Olmsted Medical Center
The registered nurse (RN) is a professional nurse per definition of MN Nurse Practice Act. The practice of professional nursing means the performance of those services that incorporates caring for all patients in all setting through nursing standards recognized by the MN Board of Nursing. The RN is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Nursing. The RN practices under the MN Board of Nursing Licensure and in Accordance with the MN 2013 Nurse Practice Act. The RN is skilled in all phases of the nursing process and possesses leadership qualities to direct assigned patients and personnel. The RN is competent to provide care to patients including infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.
Practice of Professional Nursing includes but is not limited to:
Provides a comprehensive assessment of the health status of a patient through the collection, analysis, and synthesis of data used to establish a health statue baseline and plan of care. The RN also addresses changes in the patient condition.
Collaborates with the healthcare team to develop and coordinate an integrated plan of care.
Develops nursing interventions to be integrated into the plan of care.
Implements nursing care through the execution of independent nursing actions.
Implements interventions that are delegated, ordered, or prescribed by a licensed healthcare provider.
Delegates nursing tasks or assigns nursing activities to implement the plan of care.
Provides safe and effective nursing care.
Promotes a safe and therapeutic environment.
Advocates for the best interests of individual patients.
Evaluates responses to interventions and the effectiveness of the plan of care.
Collaborates and coordinates with other healthcare professionals in the management and implementation of care within and across care settings and communities.
Provides health promotion, disease prevention, care coordination, and case finding.
Designs and implements teaching plans based on patient need and evaluates teaching effectiveness.
Participates in the development of healthcare policies, procedures, and systems.
Accountable for the quality of care delivered, recognizing the limits of knowledge and experience; addresses situations beyond the nurses competency; and performs at the level of education, knowledge, and skill ordinarily expected if an individual has completed an approved professional nursing education program.
Manages, supervises, and evaluates the practice of nursing.
Maintains OMC organization competencies and nursing competencies pertinent to area of practice.
Manages information in accordance with state and federal regulations.
Completion of an accredited professional nursing program
Current Minnesota Registered Nurse license
Minimum of one year nursing experience preferred
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