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Registered Nurse - RN

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Westfield Nursing and Rehabilitation in Chicopee, MA is now hiring REGISTERED NURSES to join our team! 

OBJECTIVE: To supervise the day-to-day activities of the assigned nursing station(s). The RN is responsible for the coordination, planning/implementation, and evaluating the personalized nursing services provided to each residents on a 24-hour basis.

DUTIES INCLUDE:

  • Providing advice & support to the Residents and their families
  • Monitoring Residents and administering medication and treatments
  • Documents Resident care services in electronic health record program
  • Protect Residents & staff by adhering to infection-control policies & protocols
  • Strateigize with physicians and nurse practitioners to administer optimal care
  • Assures quality of care by adhering to Facility philosophies & standards of care
  • Supervising LPNs and Nursing Assistants
  • Maintains Resident confidentiality 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must have a valid Massachusetts RN License
  • Basic computer skills
  • Excellent communication skills, effectively communicate with staff, family and outside agencies
  • Should be friendly and a team worker
  • Good problem solver with abilities to make independent judgments utilizing initiative, discretion and the nursing process as needed
  • Demonstrates leadership ability
  • Effective management and supervisory skills
  • Ability to prioritize duties
  • Ability to complete assigned duties within a constantly changing environment.
  • Customer service oriented with knowledge of successful customer service techniques
  • Clinical competence to utilize the nursing process to perform physical and cognitive assessments of residents

Shifts are available on either evening or night shifts. Pay rates are competitive based on experience.

 

Westfield Nursing and Rehabilitation is a long-term care facility which provides the highest possible quality of care and quality of life for all Health Facility residents. The facility provides a versatile nursing-home environment that encourages creativity among residents, managers, and staff. In addition to emphasis on individuality and self determination, the nursing home is viewed as a home as much as a medical institution, with the residents’ psychosocial needs deserving a prominence at least equal to their medical condition. At Westfield Gardens Nursing and Rehabiliation, we offer a friendly working environment, excellent compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, professional growth & stability, innovative training programs and more.

 

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