Be One of Us! For the fourth time, nurses at St. Joseph’s/Candler have proven to provide the highest level of nursing care, earning The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition for Nursing Excellence. There are only 29 other health systems in the world who have earned as many designations. St. Joseph’s/Candler is one of only seven Magnet-designated facilities in Georgia and among more than 400 in the world.
Our Nursing team provides clinical expertise and nursing care to patients and their families and is a resource for health care providers. Work is performed with general independence and decision making responsibility in accordance with palliative care and survivorship clinical guidelines and scope of practice while achieving five main objectives: 1) Access plan, implement and evaluate care throughout the care continuum; 2) Maintain accurate and concise record of patient observations, treatments and procedures administered and documents findings in the medical record and in survivorship care plans; 3) Provides basic nursing care which includes performing routine office procedures, medication management, testing and participating in patient education; 4) Organizes and participates in Cancer Transitions sessions; and 5) Communicates effectively with members of the health care team on goals, objectives, and statistics involving palliative and survivorship care through multi-disciplinary formal and informal meetings.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time