CommonSpirit Health Mountain Region is committed to building healthier communities, advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen-both inside our hospitals and out in the community. With locations throughout Colorado, Utah, and Kansas, we deliver the same high standard of care to our employees as we do to our patients. Our 20 hospitals, emergency and urgent care centers, home care and hospice, Flight for Life Colorado TM , telehealth and over 240 physician practices and clinics offer endless opportunities! Here, you can grow your career and impact the people in the communities you serve.
CommonSpirit Health is one of the nation's largest nonprofit, faith-based health systems, with a team of over 150,000 employees and 25,000 physicians and advanced practice clinicians. CommonSpirit operates more than 2,200 care sites and 140 hospitals, serving some of the most diverse communities across the nation, letting humankindness lead the way.
You have a purpose, unique talents and NOW is the time to embrace it, live it and put it to work. We value incredible people with incredible skills - but your commitment to a greater cause is something we value even more. This is the heartbeat of our organization and your time will be spent in a supportive, team environment with resources to help you flourish and leaders who care about your success.
Provides oversight for the trauma service at the facility to assure optimal care for injured patients while meeting regulatory requirement. Responsible for daily operations of the trauma program and the achievement of standards related to quality care, patient satisfaction, and fiscally responsible care delivery. Coordinates the stroke program. Manages and coordinates the stroke patients care during and post hospitalization. Completes ongoing educational opportunities for all levels and departments interacting with the stroke population. Collects and analyzes ongoing data regarding outcomes of the stroke program. Submits required data to the Joint Commission and other regulatory agencies as requested. Performs and evaluations effectiveness of patient teaching. Maintains clinical knowledge and skills for the stroke patient population. Resource to the hospital for care of the stroke patient regardless of admitting diagnosis of the patient.
Recognizes potential or actual risk to patients, visitors, staff or the organization and initiates action to correct, reduce or prevent the risk. Recognizes strengths and limitations and asks for help when not able to perform effectively, safely or within scope of practice. Treats patients, visitors, co-workers, physicians, auxilians and staff in other departments with dignity, courtesy and respect. Works effectively as a team member, aiding other staff when own tasks are completed. Recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of others. Seeks feedback, accepts feedback, and shows efforts to apply it. Demonstrates ability to adapt communication style and format to different audiences. Maintains up-to-date licensure and registrations, certifications and health records as applicable to position.
Completes required annual mandatory training via computer-based and/or paper-training modules. Facilitates the development, implementation and ongoing adherence of sepsis program protocols and therapies. Ensures the protocols and therapies become the standard of care followed within the facility. Collaborates with medical and hospital staff to provide multidisciplinary care to patients with a diagnosis of sepsis. Rounds with physicians with diagnosis of sepsis, reviews clinical data. Provides education and clinical expertise to care team, patients and families. Collaborates with physicians and staff to decrease mortality and length of stay. Identifies and integrates patient learning needs, abilities and readiness into the Plan of Care. Works in collaboration with the nursing team to develop and implement individualized the treatment plans for patients and families in regards of Sepsis diagnosis. Collects and analyzes sepsis program patient data to assist with documentation, clinical care and improved outcomes. Participates in rounds and proactively responds to patient needs to improve patient outcomes and positively impact overall patient experience.
Prepare the organization for the pathways to excellence program by reinforcing shared governance and ensuring shared governance meeting are being conducted, conducting organizational wide shared governance meetings, improving quality outcomes by having the UBCs choose projects related to quality outcomes. Develop and post quality dashboards on each nursing unit monthly. Complete documentation of the evidence that shows compliance with the Pathway's to Excellence standards for the approximately 750-page application. Prepare for and lead the Pathways to Excellence designation survey.
In addition to bringing your whole self to the workplace each day, qualified candidates will need the following:
Associates Degree in Nursing required; Nursing Diploma or by endorsement
Bachelors Degree in Nursing required or within 2 years of hire
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing required for new graduates, preferred for experienced RNs
Five years recent hospital-based nursing experience including one year of critical care or emergency department experience
Proficient in computer skills
Membership to a related professional organization preferred (Society of Trauma Nurses, Emergency Nurses Association)
RN License required; Current state nursing licenses or valid RN license from a participating state in the National Licensure Compact
Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association
TNCC upon hire or within one year of hire/transfer, required
Completion of the American Trauma Society's Registrar Course or an equivalent course upon hire or within 12 months of hire/transfer, required
Sedentary work - prolonged periods of sitting and exert up to 10 lbs. force occasionally
Your Connected Community:
Holy Cross Hospital - Mountain Point is a 40-bed full-service hospital serving the residents of northern Utah County. Conveniently located in Lehi, Mountain Point is easily accessible from I-15 and SR-92 just east of Thanksgiving Point. Working in a friendly community-focused hospital environment, our highly skilled medical professionals are committed to delivering exceptional care to the people of Lehi and beyond. We uphold the highest standards of patient care in an environment of respect and we continue to strive toward delivering unparalleled long-term services, equipment and facilities to meet the changing health care needs of our community. We are a leader in advanced surgical technologies and are a Level III trauma center and stroke receiving facility.
Our Total Reward Offerings:
At CommonSpirit Mountain Region, we believe investing in our employees lets them know they truly matter. Your Total Rewards package includes compensation, benefits, retirement, wellness, leave, and other programs. Designed with your well-being in mind, we offer:
Several Medical, Dental, & Vision options.
Spending Accounts including a Dependent Care FSA that can include an employer contribution