Marymount Behavioral Health RNGarfield Heights, Ohio, United States
Founded in 1949 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, Marymount Hospital has been blending compassionate patient care with exceptional medical expertise and advanced technology. Marymount Hospital is a 269-registered bed acute care hospital, serving communities in southern and southeastern Cuyahoga County.
In 1995, Marymount became the first community hospital to become a member of Cleveland Clinic health system. With the outstanding clinical, research and educational abilities of Cleveland Clinic, Marymount maintains a strong commitment to the communities we serve.
The 26-acre hospital campus includes a medical office building, a behavioral health center, the Critical Care Tower and a state-of-the-art Surgery Center. We are proud to be a Magnet® Hospital, Awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center; this designation is the highest honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice.
Marymount Hospital's strong clinical expertise includes:
• Emergency Department
• Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
• Medical-Surgical – Respiratory Certified by AACVPR Program, 2019
• Telemetry – Certified Primary Stroke Center and Gold Award Recipient
• Behavioral Health– Accredited by the Joint Commission, 2018
Patients around the world come to Cleveland Clinic because of our reputation for world-class care. Which is why our practice is to invest heavily in our caregivers from day one. Here, learning and support go hand-in-hand, and you’ll experience that throughout your residency and beyond. Combining your education with simulation-based training, we’ll guide your development, building on the skills you’ll use today and helping to identify other areas you’re passionate about. It’s a true collaboration, personalized for what matters most to you. Because exceptional care requires exceptional caregivers.
Welcome to Marymount Behavioral Health!
Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital’s Center for Behavioral Health offers a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient mental health and chemical dependency programs designed to treat adults and older adults. The Center includes both Adult Behavioral Health and Older Adult Behavioral Health. Our professional treatment teams are comprised of psychiatrists, social workers, recreational therapists and nurses – each of whom is specially trained to provide holistic health assessments, diagnosis and treatment.
Typical services we provide our patients include: inpatient care, medication management, structured therapeutic programming (includes day, evening and weekend), scheduled recreational activities, nutrition and medication education, and access to community resources for ongoing support. Our behavioral health staff is committed to promoting wellness and assisting our patients in functioning at their highest level to improve their quality of life.
Additionally, on our Older Adult Behavioral Health Unit, multi-sensory stimulation therapy has become an essential component of patient care. With this therapy, we are able to provide improved care for the older adult population and their complex needs. The therapy aims to bring purpose and meaning into the lives of those living with advanced stages of neurocognitive disorders. Research into the use of multi-sensory stimulation therapy for individuals with neurocognitive disorders has been found to have positive effects on the behavior, mood and cognition of patients. This unit will also receive calming rooms on both floors.
- Provides direct nursing care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols of the healthcare organization. Implements and monitors patient care plans.
- Monitors, records and communicates patient condition as appropriate.
- Monitors and documents patient's condition and effectiveness and timeliness of care and/or interventions.
- Evaluates, updates and revises plan of care to facilitate achievement of planned and expected outcomes.
- Serves as a primary coordinator of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care.
- Administers prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with approved nursing protocol.
- Notes and carries out physician and nursing orders.
- Assesses and coordinates patient's discharge planning needs with members of the healthcare team.
- Assesses educational needs of the patient and significant others considering cultural issues and other special concerns.
- Provides teaching and educational material as appropriate.
- Validates and documents patient and family understanding of teaching.
- Maintains professional growth and development through ongoing formal and informal education and clinical nursing study.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Graduate from an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN preferred.
- Current state licensure as Registered Nurse (RN).
- Proof of Basic Life Support (BLS) through American Heart Association (AHA) must be presented upon hire.
- If in a Critical Care area an Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) through American Heart Association (AHA) Certification must be presented upon hire or within first year of employment.
- Within one year of hire RNs in Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation will achieve and maintain Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) through American Heart Association (AHA) with the exception of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit RNs who must achieve and maintain Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) through American Heart Association (AHA) provider status and RNs in the Special Delivery Unit, who must achieve and maintain Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) through American Heart Association (AHA).
- ONS Chemo/Bio course complete within 2 years of employment if employed on units inpatient and/or outpatient where chemo is administered.
- If in an Adult/Combined EDs, ACLS upon hire or within one year of beginning work in the Emergency Department.
- If in a Pediatric ED, PALS upon hire or within one year of beginning work in the Emergency Department.
- In Dedicated Trauma Centers, Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC - adult) or Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course (ENPC - pediatric) upon hire or within 24 months of beginning work in the Emergency Department.
- Vascular Access Registered Nurse (VARN) program attendance required and obtains either a Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI) or Vascular Access Board Certified (VA-BC) certification upon hire or within a year of hire in Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) areas.
Complexity of Work:
- Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision.
- Must be able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action.
- Minimum one year current acute care RN experience in a hospital setting required for acute care settings.
- Minimum one year current acute care RN experience and/or skilled nursing facility (SNF) experience required for SNF care settings.
- Minimum one year current acute care RN experience and/or rehab experience required for rehab care settings.
- Minimum one year current acute care RN experience and/or Emergency Department (ED) experience required for ED settings.
- Will consider licensed military RN experience.
- Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting patient, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination.
- Requires standing and walking for extended periods of time.
- Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.
- Requires working under stressful conditions and irregular hours.
- Exposure to communicable diseases and/or body fluids.
- Medium Work - Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
- Physical Demand requirements are in excess of those for Light Work.
Personal Protective Equipment:
- Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required.
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