Texas Health Resources RN Registered Nurse Neonatal ICU NICU in Fort Worth, Texas
Registered Nurse (RN) Neonatal ICU/NICU Department
Fast-paced, high volume Level III Neonatal ICU department is looking for top skilled nurses. Is that you?
*Sign-On Bonus for Eligible New Hires*
Work location: Texas Health Ft. Worth, 1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, Ft. Worth, TX 76104
The Women’s Center at Texas Health Ft. Worth, a MAGNET facility, has been named “Best Place to Have a Baby” and is a Maternal Level IV Designated facility .
Work hours: Full Time Nights (6:30PM-7AM) for 36 hours/week. Weekend and holiday requirements; On-Call requirements: 12 hours in a 6-week schedule
Neonatal ICU Department highlights:
Self-Scheduling that helps with work/life balance as well as opportunities for educational and career growth
As a regional referral center for high-risk deliveries, Texas Health Fort Worth offers advanced services for complex and high-risk infants – Over 600 NICU admissions per year
63-bed Level III Neonatal ICU/NICU: Utilize the following skills: Bubble CPAP, Conventional Ventilator, Oscillators, and JETs (high-frequency)
Our Level III NICU is staffed 24 hours a day by neonatologists, pediatric sub-specialists, neonatal nurse practitioners and skilled registered nurses who are dedicated in providing experienced care to babies born with special health needs
Here’s What You Need
Associate degree from an accredited Nursing program OR (RN) Nursing Diploma
BSN is preferred
One (1) year experience as a clinical nurse, or completion of an RN residency program.
One year of Neonatal ICU Level III RN experience strongly preferred
Prefer 18 months or more RN experience in an acute care setting
RN must practice within the regulations of the Texas Nurse Practice Act, serve as a role model, intra/interdisciplinary collaborator, and coordinator for quality patient care
BCLS – Basic Cardiac Life Support prior to providing independent patient care and maintained quarterly Required
NRP - Neonatal Resuscitation Program within 90 days is required
NRPA - Advanced Neonatal Resuscitation Program within 90 Days Required
CLIAFE Must comply with CLIA regulations regarding foreign education equivalency (required)
What You Will Do
Delivers care to patients utilizing the Nursing Process
Assesses the patient
Plans the care of the patient
Intervenes as appropriate
Evaluates the effectiveness of interventions
Incorporates age specific safety/infection control measures into patient care.
Initiates action to meet patient and/or significant others need for information
Maintains continuity of patient care inter-shift, inter-hospital, and while expediting out of hospital transfers.
Additional perks of being a Texas Health Nurse
Benefits include 401k, PTO, medical, dental, Paid Parental Leave, flexible spending, tuition reimbursement, student Loan repayment program, Nursing Career Ladder as well as several other benefits.
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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