Travel Contract

Travel Nurse RN - Interventional Radiology
New York, NY
FlexStaff
5x8 hrs, Days

$4,063/week

Overview

  • Start DateASAP
  • Shift Breakdown5x8 hrs
  • ShiftDays
  • Duration13 weeks

Pay

Estimated total pay
$4,063/week
  • Estimated taxable pay
    $2,600/week
  • Estimated non-taxable stipends
    $1,463/week

Description

Performs an age specific plan of care for a designated group of patients using the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care. Collaborates with physicians and other health team members in coordinating and implementing procedures and treatments. Uses leadership skills/clinical judgment in coordinating patient care and directing/delegating activities of the patient care unit team.

Responsibilities:

*1. Assesses the patient’s physiologic health status

Conducts patient interview, explains policies and procedures to patient/significant others, reviews patient’s chart and answers questions correctly and courteously;
Assesses gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and neurological health status;
Determines mobility, sensory deficits, prostheses use, and skin condition and adjusts plan of care, as appropriate;
Assesses level of pain and pain management;
Communicates/documents patient’s physiologic health status and plan of care.

*2. Assesses patient’s psychosocial health status

Elicits perception of medical/nursing care and the expectation of care;
Determines coping mechanism, knowledge level, and ability to comprehend;
Identifies cultural/ethnic requirements to reduce anxiety and ensure patient satisfaction;
Communicates and documents psychological status and care plan; support group, counseling services, social services.

*3. Identifies patient outcome

Develops criteria for measurement of patient outcomes;
Identifies actual/potential patient problems;
Identifies patient’s need for teaching based on psychosocial and developmental assessment;
Develops patient outcome statement (s) and establishes individualized patient goals.

*4. Formulates the plan of care and establishes the priorities necessary to achieve expected outcome

Identifies care activities and establishes the priorities necessary to achieve expected outcome;
Coordinates the cost-effective use of supplies, equipment and medication to achieve expected outcome;
Documents the plan of care and collaborates with physicians and other health team members.

*5. Implements the plan of care

Maintains constant vigilance over patients care to ensure that safety precautions/needs are followed. (Side rails up, call lights and bedside stand within reach, etc.);
Exercises professional skills related to the plan of care;
Reassesses patients as needed and appropriately revises plan of care;
Correctly administers prescribed treatments;
Correctly uses equipment necessary for patient care;
Provides emotional support to patient and significant other;
Applies scientific principles in performing procedures; carries them out safely, timely and efficiently;
Makes accurate observations of patient’s conditions during treatments/procedures. Reports and records same as appropriate;
Keeps accurate documentation of patient’s treatment, activity and condition, as well as patient’s responses to medical and nursing interventions;
Uses appropriate methods of documentation according to departmental policy;
Acts rapidly and effectively during any emergency situation, managing self, patients and other employees;
Provides a calm, quiet, restful atmosphere. Communicates effectively with the patient’s family or caretakers;
Participates in planning for discharge and coordinates referrals, as appropriate;
Provides discharge instructions to patient and significant other.

*6. Evaluates care provided for patient outcome

Demonstrates ability to measure effectiveness of care provided and documents same;
Performs variance analysis related to outcome data for performance improvement;
Designs, implements, and evaluates systems to improve care in Unit;
Keeps accurate documentation of patient’s treatment, activity and condition;
Uses appropriate methods of documentation according to departmental policy.

*7. Collaborates with other care team members in planning and carrying out treatment regimen; provides direction to other members of the care team

Collaborates with the appropriate physician on patient’s plan of care;
Accurately interprets and implements treatment regimen as prescribed by the Physician;
Assists the Physician during treatments and/or diagnostic procedures;
Keeps the Patient Care Manager/designee and/or physician, abreast of changes in patient’s condition and/or treatments, as appropriate;
Uses clinical judgment in delegating assignments to the Patient Care Associate, Support Care Associate and Clerical Service Associate in providing patient care, and ensures that assignments are completed in a timely fashion.

*8. Performs grade I-IV Decubitus Care

Performs preventive skin care measures
Applies simple dressings, maintaining principles of aseptic technique;
Applies warm & cold compresses, consistent with facility procedure;
Performs irrigations, consistent with Facility procedure;
Performs other procedures related to skin care, as necessary.

*9. Administers medications correctly and safely

Correctly identifies medication: action; dosage; side effects and implications for the patient;
Meets standard on medication administration examination;
Demonstrates preparation of local solutions;
Demonstrates preparation of I.V. drips;
Administers and documents medication correctly;
Administers IVP medication as per department policy and procedure;
Educates patients and significant others related to drug and food interactions.

*10. Participates in patient and family education

Provides the patient with an explanation of his/her condition as indicated;
Communicates assessment data in an orderly fashion by recording, updating and verbalizing pertinent information to care team members and to appropriate agencies;
Recognizes and utilizes health teaching opportunities and resources /materials available for this teaching;
Provides for early discharge planning and appropriate referrals for post-hospital care;
Evaluates the effectiveness of teaching by feedback from patient/family and documents same.

11. Performs related duties, as required.

*ADA Essential Functions
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FlexStaff Job ID #20240425-12. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined.

Employer

FlexStaff

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About
FlexStaff is a leading staffing agency based in the New York area that connects job seekers with temporary, temporary-to-hire, and permanent roles across multiple industries. We also provide travel staffing assignments for New York’s largest healthcare provider, Northwell Health, with 20+ hospitals throughout the New York area. Our travel division staffs all RN specialties, respiratory therapists, imaging and other allied health professionals for Northwell Health locations throughout Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island, and Westchester—a great opportunity to experience all New York has to offer while gaining experience at one of the top healthcare providers. What sets us apart·        Direct hospital employment at one of the 20+ Northwell Health hospitals located throughout Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and Westchester.·        No third-party agency, which means faster turnaround time on contracted offers, higher compensation, and better opportunity for assignments.·        A knowledgeable and dedicated recruitment and on-boarding team that will work with you throughout your FlexStaff travel career. What we offer·        8-13-week assignments with possibility of extension·        Guaranteed hours on all assignments·        Competitive compensation packages·        Tax-free stipends for meals, lodging, and travel·        Only travel division with direct access to Northwell Health
Response timemore than a day
Travel jobs$3,663–4,503/week
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About New York, NY

As a travel nurse in New York, NY here's what you should know:
Cost of Living
  • New York City has a high cost of living, significantly above the national average.
  • Wages are generally higher to match the cost of living, but it's important to budget carefully.
Weather
  • Summer average highs are around 84°F (29°C) and lows around 68°F (20°C).
  • Winter average highs are around 38°F (3°C) and lows around 26°F (-3°C).
Furnished Housing
  • Short term rentals can be found, but they may be more expensive and in high demand.
  • It's recommended to start the search early.
Transportation
  • New York City is not car-friendly, but it has an extensive public transportation system including subways, buses, and commuter trains.
Demographics
  • New York City is incredibly diverse, with a wide range of ages and ethnicities.
  • Common health issues may include respiratory conditions due to air pollution.
  • There is a large population of travel nurses due to the numerous healthcare facilities in the city.
Things to Do
  • New York City offers a plethora of options for dining, art, music, and sports.
  • From world-class restaurants to Broadway shows, museums, concerts, and professional sports teams, there is always something to do in the city.
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