Work Location: OSF Saint Francis Medical Center- Peoria, IL 61637
Work Schedule:3 - 12 hour shifts (7p - 7a). Rotating weekends and holidays.
Hours per Week:36
Registered Professional Nurses at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Illinois are licensed professionals empowered to participate in an interdisciplinary approach to meet the expectations of those we serve. As members of the Professional Nursing Congress, the registered nurses are actively involved in the continued evidence based development of best practices to ensure individualized and desired outcomes at discharge for the for the critically ill pediatric patient (ages 0-18 years of age, chronologically and developmentally). Registered Nurses receive recognition for their involvement through Clinical Ladder Program. Nursing practice follows the mission of the Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Francis serving our community with the “greatest care and love”.
Completion and graduation from an accredited School of Nursing.
Current State license as a Registered Nurse required.
PALS and Chemotherapy Administration certification required.
Work requires the interpersonal skills necessary to comfort patients, family members and/or significant others; to communicate effectively and concisely with other patient care providers; and to instruct patients, family members and/or significant others in self-care/home care procedures.
Work requires analytical ability necessary to assess patients' physical, psychological and social needs, develops individualized patient care plans, and evaluate patients' responses to medical and nursing interventions.
Children’s Hospital Today
Children’s Hospital of Illinois was officially established as a pediatric hospital within the walls of OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in 1990. This outstanding facility is a 136-bed, full service facility with more than 115 pediatric specialists representing more than 40 pediatric sub-specialties.
Children’s Hospital of Illinois is the first state-designated pediatric critical care hospital. We are the area’s Regional Perinatal Center in combination with Illinois’ only Level IV neonatal intensive care unit and Level I Trauma Center – both the highest level of care available. Our Congenital Heart Center is one of the Midwest’s top heart programs. We are also home to the only Pediatric Diabetes Resource Center in downstate Illinois. Children’s Hospital of Illinois also operates the Pediatric Surgery Center, which brings together ten surgical specialties, including the only pediatric neurosurgeon in Illinois outside of Chicago.
Children’s Hospital has been ranked in the top one percent of neonatal intensive care units on an international level and has been awarded the National Cystic Fibrosis Quality Care Award. Children’s Hospital of Illinois is also proud to house the St. Jude Midwest Affiliate bringing some of the care and services offered in Memphis, to central Illinois.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive Compensation & Benefits. Evening/Night shift will also receive shift differential. Other incentives as scheduled.
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