RN Graduate Nurse Residency- St Louis, MO
SSM Health offers careers, not just jobs. With countless education and development programs, each graduate nurse can chart a personal path for career growth and fulfillment.
Work in an environment where you can expect Respect, meaningful work, teamwork and collaboration is encouraged, and management is supportive.
Graduate Nurse Residency- St. Louis:
- 3 Traditional start sessions per year (January, June, September) as well as potential early start options for select Medical/Surgical and Telemetry units across St. Louis.
- Provides additional support and education as you begin your career. This Staff Nurse position is available for all new nurses with 6 months or less experience.
- This competitive Residency provides opportunity for a wide variety of nursing areas. Apply today!
- It's never too early to apply! Our Recruitment Team will notify you regarding next steps in accordance with your anticipated graduation date.
Opportunities for all SSM Health St. Louis Hospital locations, including:
- DePaul Hospital- St. Louis
- St. Mary's Hospital- St. Louis
- St. Clare Hospital- Fenton
- Saint Louis University Hospital
- St. Joseph Hospital- St. Charles
- St. Joseph Hospital- Lake Saint Louis
- St. Joseph Hospital- Wentzville
- Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital
Participates in training nurse residency program to provide professional nursing care to patients, which includes assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, delegating and monitoring tasks assigned to other members of the care team in accordance with professional nursing standards. Works in urban or rural areas according to distribution of staff and patients. Responsible for the delivery of age appropriate care for assigned patients with a wide variety of medical surgical conditions.
- Performs patient assessments including: biophysical, psychosocial, spiritual, cultural, and age appropriate needs of the patients, including the assessment of nutrition, pain management, and signs/symptoms of abuse or neglect in order to develop, evaluate and modify patient's plan of care in home care settings.
- Develops a realistic, comprehensive patient family educational plan, using appropriate resources and methods of instruction and provides patient/family health education and coaching.
- Completes accurate and timely documentation, including but not limited to the processing of physician orders, in accordance with policies and procedures. Monitors and evaluates delivery of nursing care given by team members based on patient needs and professional judgment.
- Collaborates with physicians and other health care professionals regarding all aspects of patient care. Identifies need to change plan(s) of care, contacts physician and facilitates the process using care pathways, when appropriate. Contacts the patient's physician regarding changes to patient's plan(s) of care.