Texas Health Resources Behavioral Health RN II PRN in Arlington, Texas
Registered Nurse (RN II) PRN - Behavioral Health
Registered Nurse (RN II) PRN- Behavioral Health
The Behavioral Health department is looking for a top skilled nurse. Is that you?
Work location: Texas Health Arlington Memorial: 800 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012
Work hours: PRN (As Needed) Rotating Shift
Behavioral Health Department highlights:
Self-Scheduling that helps with work/life balance as well as opportunities for educational and career growth
Robust Unit Based Council (UBC) and engaged leadership team
Fast-Paced, high-volume department averaging 25 patients/day
The professional nurse exhibits understanding of basic human needs
The professional nurse demonstrates recognition and understanding of patient’s affiliations
Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, a 369-bed acute-care, full-service medical center has been serving Arlington and the surrounding communities since 1958. Hospital services include comprehensive cardiac care, women’s services, neurosciences, cancer services, orthopedics, emergency services and an advanced imaging center. Texas Health Arlington Memorial has over 1,600 employees, 250 volunteers and 630 physicians on its medical staff. We invite you to join us in furthering your career and our accomplishments and philosophy of excellence. For more information, visit TexasHealth.org/Arlington.
Here’s What You Need
Associate's Degree Nursing required
Bachelor's Degree Nursing preferred
1 year clinical nursing experience required
1 year of behavioral health experience highly preferred
Licenses and Certifications
RN - Registered Nurse upon hire required And
BCLS - Basic Cardiac Life Support prior to providing independent patient care and maintained quarterly required And
CPI - Crisis Prevention Intervention Training upon hire required And
ACPI - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training maintained annually 6 months required Or
CPI - Crisis Prevention Intervention Training 30 days required And
ACPI - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training maintained annually 12 months required
What You Will Do
Basic Human Needs - Responds to others' priorities regarding safety, physical, psychological and social needs.
Human Respect - Honors worth of humans through unconditional acceptance
Appreciation of Unique Meanings - Concerned with understanding others frame of reference.
Affiliation Needs - Engages family/caregivers in health care situations.
Mutual Problem Solving - Professional behaviors that help patients and families understand how to confront, learn about, and think about their health and illness; involves a reciprocal, shared approach with resulting decisions acceptable to involved parties.
Attentive Reassurance - Listens and concentrates on others. Is reliable, available and attentive.
Encouraging Manner - The professional nurse communicates an attitude that is supportive, open, positive and tolerant.
Healing Environment - The professional nurse creates settings that provide privacy, safety, confidentiality and tranquility
Teamwork -- "Individuals caring for individuals, together"
Additional perks of being a Texas Health Nurse
You’ll enjoy top-notch benefits including 401(k), Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and more.
Delivery of high quality of patient care through nursing education, nursing research and innovations in nursing practice.
Strong Unit Based Council (UBC).
A supportive, team environment with outstanding opportunities for growth.
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