General Medical 5A/B RN, Shift Supervisor, FT Nights

Shift: Night
Schedule: Full - Time Regular

  BSA Health System is an extensive hospital system providing clinical excellence to the Texas Panhandle and the tri-state area. BSA is acclaimed for its superior quality and customer service.

The General Medical 5A/B unit is a 45-bed unit consisting of general medical patients along with Cardio IMCU and Med-Surg overflow. The routine patient to nurse ratio fluctuates with patient census; unit goal is 5 to 1 ratio. The unit is supported by a team consisting of the unit secretary, Patient Care Technicians, Transporters, Nutrition Ambassadors, RN’s, LVN’s, RN Shift Supervisor, a Clinical Educator, a Manager and the Director working as a cohesive team to ensure excellent patient care.

General Medical is a well supported higher acuity medical surgical unit where you will gain top notch head to toe assessment skills, hone your organizational skills, build on your critical thinking and let your compassion shine…we celebrate our hard work with monthly themed potlucks and holiday celebrations..teamwork is celebrated!

The Shift Supervisor is a Registered Nurse who is accountable for coordination of all care for a specific patient population on an assigned shift, in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act and the policies and procedures of BSA. The Shift Supervisor also has managerial responsibilities including, but not limited to, staffing, scheduling, employment development, and budget and performance improvement activities.

Licenses and Certifications:
  Current Texas RN license
  CPR certified
  ACLS certified

  Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: 
  Previous medical surgical nursing experience required; 3+ years preferred
  Leadership and management skills in a healthcare environment
  Assess, plan, evaluates, documents total nursing process
  Flexible, organized, self-motivated with exceptional follow-through skills
  Computer skills necessary; Microsoft Office, EMR EPIC documentation
  Multi-task constantly and tolerate multiple interruptions
  Ability to delegate and give clear instructions to others
  Ability to function under stressful situations
  Clear and effective communication with patients, families, and other healthcare professionals
  Compassionate customer service skills
  Committed to patient, family, and visitor satisfaction