*Wound center is open Monday-Thursday. No weekends or nights. May require minimum of 2-3 shifts per week.
Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center, located in the Uptown neighborhood in Denver, CO, we provide the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. We are proud to serve our community with experienced physicians who offer a wide range of medical services for patients of all ages.
Since delivering our first baby in 1882 at St. Luke’s Hospital, we have focused on providing exceptional baby care. Today, P/SL offers the region’s most advanced maternal-fetal care, focusing on rare conditions that put mothers and their developing babies at high-risk. The Advanced Cardiac Center at P/SL is known as a major heart hospital, recognized several times over the American Heart Association for excellence and for its success in implementing a higher standard of cardiac care that effectively improves treatment of patients hospitalized for heart disease.
While the tools are ever changing and our ability to care for patients is always advancing, one things remains constant - putting our patients first, with quality, respect, safety and teamwork.
Facts at a Glance:
The Rocky Mountain Hospitals for Children at P/SL's 84-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is the largest in the Region.
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center leaves a legacy of over 135 years of exceptional medical care
Over 80 specialties and 1,000 specialists and primary care physicians
Three Year Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer
The Joint Commission Accreditation
18-bed OR embraces diversity and learning
Robotics: 3 da Vinci Xi and 1 Medrobotics systems – least invasive surgery options
This position supports the mission of Presbyterian/St Luke’s Medical Center of optimizing the quality of life of all those served by expanding beyond the traditional focus on medical needs to the needs of the whole person.
The Staff RN oversees and directs the care of the Wound Management Center patient seen for wound care.
The Staff RN coordinates all aspects of patient care delivered in the clinic and by ancillary services.
Responsible for direct patient care, including planning, directing and provision of nursing care to patients in accordance with the Colorado Nurse Practice Act, Physician Orders, recognized nursing techniques and policies, procedures, established clinical competencies based on P/SLMC wound care protocols.
The Staff RN is responsible to manage the quality management program for each patient using the Wound Management Center algorithms.
Demonstrates critical thinking and leadership in the anticipation and planning for the care of the patient.
Responsible for meeting the clinical competencies set forth by P/SLMC.When need arises, will perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Our colleagues come first. We provide a total compensation package to make sure your needs are met.
401(k) with 100% Annual Match
Stock Purchase Plan
Paid Family Leave
Student Loan Assistant
Clinical Certifications Support
Scholarships for Dependents
Financial Wellness and Coaching
Education and College Advising
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children expects our Code of Conduct Value Statements to be reflected in the way every employee interacts with co-workers, patients and family members, and with others in the community.
We recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual
We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness
We act with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives.
We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity
Current licensure in the State of Colorado as a Registered Nurse
American Heart Association BLS Healthcare Provider Card
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN preferred.
Minimum of two years acute care; ambulatory care highly desirable.
Provide courteous, positive and professional image.
Demonstrates superior interpersonal skills.
Ability to work with staff in wound care and with other departments, ability to problem solve and handle multiple priorities.
Knowledge of general nursing theory and practice including, but not limited to, asepsis and sterile technique, principles of body mechanics, and medication administration.
Knowledge of learning principles for all ages and the ability to teach and develop an effective patient education program.
Completes position responsibilities by following established guidelines and protocols with the appropriate time frames.
Demonstrates good skills in all forms of communication.
Works well with others in a spirit of cooperation.
Maintains education and development appropriate for the position.
Adheres to established hospital and departmental guidelines and protocols.
Supports hospital mission, vision and values.
Performs position-specific job functions at an acceptable level.
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