Mercy Medical Center Clinton RNII - Gero Psych - Samaritan Hospital, Troy, NY - FT Days in Samaritan Hospital - Troy, New York
RN II - Geriatric Pysch
6-12 hour shifts plus 1-8 hour shift per pay period!!
If you are looking for a full time RN position, this could be your opportunity. Here at Samaritan Hospital, a part of St. Peter's Health Partners, we care for more people in more places.
Quality of Life: Where career opportunities and quality of life converge
Advancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career development
What you will do:
Geriatric Psychiatry Unit – This unit addresses the medical and psychiatric needs of aging patients experiencing mental health and substance abuse problems. The unit is not designed to treat a primary diagnosis of dementia. Treatment of mental health issues in seniors requires careful attention to co-existing medical illnesses that are common to this population. Treatment and discharge planning focuses on helping patients remain in the most independent living environment possible after discharge. Patients admitted to this unit are typically 55 years of age or older, although patients under 55 may be admitted if they are in need of acute psychiatric treatment and have medical complications that may prohibit them from being admitted to the Adult Mental Health Unit or MICA Unit.
The Registered Professional Nurse has the responsibility and accountability to utilize the nursing process to diagnose and treat human responses to actual or potential problems of individuals or groups.
The Registered Professional Nurse works within and contributes to an environment where the St. Peter’s Health Partners’ mission is actualized, patient outcomes are achieved, and professional practice realized.
What you will need:
Licensed NY RN
ASN, BSN preferred
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