WellStar Health Systems RN -Charge Nurse Behavioral Health in Atlanta, Georgia
RN -Charge Nurse Behavioral Health
WellStar Atlanta Medical Center South
Behavioral Health - AMCS
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Under the direction of the Nursing Department Leadership Team, the charge nurse assists the Nursing Manager the 24-hour operation of the patient care services unit. The charge nurse contributes to the establishment and maintenance of practices that ensure excellence in patient care, provides for the efficient use of resources, and undertakes leadership task such as staff schedules, staff evaluations, committee involvement, survey readiness, and other task as assigned by the manager, which are basic to the institutions ability to function in a smooth and effective manner. The charge nurse is proficient in providing patient care consistent with evidenced-base practice, functions in a manner that is consistent with the organizations mission goals and objectives, and demonstrates leadership, customer service, and professional behavior in all interactions.
Required Minimum Education: Holds a BSN degree or is actively pursuing a BSN degree
Required Minimum Experience:
Required Minimum Certification: Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Georgia, BCLS certified
Required Minimum Skills:
The charge nurse must have extensive knowledge of nursing theory and practice acquired through graduation from an accredited school of nursing. The charge nurse must be competent in communication and relationship management, have a comprehensive knowledge of the healthcare environment, possess innovative leadership and business skills and display professionalism.