Bonner General Health

RN - MedSurg/OB - 104


Sandpoint, ID


Part Time

Department:  MedSurg/OB

In order to maintain occasional status the occasional RN must:

  • be available to work a minimum of forty-eight (48) hours per month; be willing to work any shift; participate in scheduled call rotation as applicable by department; and to work a minimum of two (2) weekend shifts per month; if applicable by department
  • be available for work at least eight (8) months out of the year, and work or be on call a minimum of one (1) Hospital recognized holiday each year


POSITION SUMMARY: The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for assessing, planning prioritizing, organizing, administering, and evaluating patient care for a group of patients in the Medical Surgical and OB departments.


  • Responsible to perform within the rules and regulations of Idaho State Board of Nursing
  • Observe strict ethical guidelines in regard to confidentiality
  • Provide prompt care to patient requests with empathy and genuine interest
  • Identify safety concerns and implement necessary safety protocols
  • Effective response to crisis situations
  • Initiate, develop and document patient plan of care according to timeframes established in the Medical Surgical and FMCU Department policies
  • Assessment skills and techniques to assess the Medical Surgical and perinatal/neonatal patients
  • Delegates care to team members based on complexity; staff education and competency; State Regulations; BGH policy and procedures and DNV standards
  • Maintain established BGH policies and procedures and protocols in nursing department worked
  • Supports the philosophy, objectives, and goals of the nursing departments and hospital
  • Willingness to participate in continuing education to meet own professional development needs
  • Maintains necessary credentialing (see Job Specifications)
  • Provides safe and comprehensive nursing care according to state regulations, hospital policy and procedure and DNV standards
  • Establish care priorities based on patient problems; notify physician promptly regarding concerns
  • Must be proficient in medication administration, including IV therapy, as evidenced by lack of medication errors. Reports medication errors
  • Perform procedures accurately, completely and safely according to established policy and procedure and physician orders
  • Provide care with minimal supervision in a timely manner
  • Additional Essential Functions as outline in the Job Description

SKILLS:  Ability to read, write legibly and comprehend the written and spoken word in English; Basic computer literacy and ability to effectively learn new software programs required; Must demonstrate an understanding of post anesthesia care of the patient who has undergone a C-section birth

EDUCATION:  Graduate of an accredited professional nursing program

EXPERIENCE:  Minimum graduate nurse of accredited professional nursing program

LICENSE/CERTIFCATION: Current State of Idaho RN License; Current BLS certification; Preferred certifications: ACLS, STABLE, NRP, EFM or obtained within 6 months of hire

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Physical Demands of position are listed in job description

SUPERVISED BY: Nurse Manager; in absence of Nurse Manager, supervised by the Clinical or Hospital Supervisor

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