About this Unit:
The Helen DeVos Children's Hospital PICU was recently awarded the Beacon Award at the highest level of Gold. We are the only PICU to receive this recognition in Michigan. There are only 33 PICU's in the nation that have received Beacon status and only 12 of them Gold status. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) created the Beacon Award for Excellence to recognize individual units that distinguish themselves by improving every facet of patient care. We are dedicated to the patients and families that we serve and areproud to be recognized as one of the best. This is a 24 bed unit with all private rooms. We are a level 1 PICU which means we have the highest acuity here. This PICU is also the only level 1 on this side of the state, getting a lot of patients. The type of patient population seen on this unit would be level 1 trauma/ critical trauma cases. Within this unit there is also a congenital heart and cardio vascular program. The age of children on this unit range from a few days old to 21 years of age. There is a pharmacy within the unit as well as their own research team.This unit also has a shared governance committee that gets to make a lot of decisions which directly affects RN roles.
About Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
We fight for every child. With 350+ pediatric specialists and subspecialists, 12 years of U.S. News & World Report national rankings and innovations that draw patients from all over the world, we're driven to replace fear with hope and doubt with answers. We believe in the possibility of every child's future. Because it's only impossible until it isn't. We have both inpatient and ambulatory spaces as well as a Level 1 trauma Emergency Department designated to children.
Scope of work
Performs receptionist/secretarial duties and maintains confidential records, supplies and equipment per hospital and unit specific standards. Greets and directs guests on the unit in a manner that reflects a welcoming environment. Performs computer entry, schedules tests/procedures, processes orders, and performs other related activities per unit/hospital standard within a reasonable time frame. This is not a traditional office setting, since it is front and center for our PICU unit within the hospital.
Orientation and Core Schedule
Orientation will last at least 2 weeks and will include a monday daytime class that is required during the first pay period.
Must be able to work variable weeknights including Thursday and Friday night shifts along with rotating weekend shifts 7pm-7:30 am
Our Unit Secretaries work a rotation of every third weekend on Friday and Saturday night for night shift. They have to work 2 Sundays and 2 Thursdays in a 6 week block as well.
Required High School Diploma or equivalent.
2 years of relevant experience related experience.
Successful completion of competency-based orientation program, including 1 Monday orientation class that is daytime.
How we will care for you, while you care for our patients
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Traditional and Roth retirement options with service contribution and match savings
Free onsite parking
Primary LocationSITE - Helen Devos Childrens Hospital - 100 Michigan St - Grand Rapids
Department NamePediatric ICU - 8th Floor HDVCH
Employment TypePart time
ShiftNight (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours24
Hours of Work7p.m. - 7:30a.m.
Days WorkedCore Schedule Weeknights including Thursday Friday
Weekend FrequencyEvery third weekend
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