About this unit
The Nursing Resource Pool (NRP) is made up of a variety of Nurses (ICU nurses, progressive-care nurses, and medical-surgical nurses), Nursing Assistants, and Patient Observation Aides (Patient Sitters). The Nursing Resource Pool staff are like the lifeguards of the hospital. Each day and night, NRP staff are deployed throughout the hospital to help to rescue all areas that find themselves short-staffed and drowning. Because the NRP staff are able to go all over the hospital to provide care, the NRP experience is a fantastic learning environment for those who are in school as it allows staff to care for nearly every kind of patient that is admitted to the hospital. NRP staff rarely get bored, because the types of patients they care for changes nearly every day. The patients, families, and staff of the hospital all greatly value and appreciate the help and expertise that the NRP staff provide to them.
About Troy Hospital
Recognized by the US News & World Report as one of the best in the nation for orthopedics and urological services. It has also been ranked #3 on the World's Best Hospitals list by Newsweek. This state-of-the-art center provides advanced specialty and routine care with an emphasis on patient satisfaction and a focus on medical advancement.
Scope of work
Coordinates aspects of patient care by managing communication and clerical tasks essential to the functioning of the unit. In addition to communication and clerical tasks, she/he monitors and stocks supplies. Provides patient care and related functions as delegated by and under the direction of a registered nurse.
How we will care for you, while you care for our patients
*Comprehensive benefits package to meet your financial, health, and work/life balance goals. Learn more .
*On-demand pay program powered by Payactiv
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*Optional identity theft protection, home and auto insurance, pet insurance
*Traditional and Roth retirement options with service contribution and match savings
*Free onsite parking
*High school diploma or GED equivalent.
*Completion of nursing assistant program and/or one year of nursing assistant experience preferred.
*AHA BLS Healthcare Provider required within 6 months of employment.
*Nursing Assistant certification preferred.
*Ability to communicate effectively and document information accurately.
*Ability to deal efficiently and effectively with a wide variety of individuals.
*Knowledge of basic medical terminology preferred.
*Basic computer knowledge is preferred.
*Ability to move or lift patients and equipment.
*Ability to demonstrate Corewell customer service standards and behaviors in all aspects of job performance
Primary LocationSITE - Troy Hospital - 44201 Dequindre Road - Troy
Department NameNursing Resource Pool - Troy
Employment TypePart time
ShiftNight (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours24
Hours of Work7:00 pm to 7:30 am
Days WorkedSunday to Saturday
Weekend FrequencyEvery third weekend
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