A current annual certificate of competency with the College of Nurses of Ontario
Able to function to the full scope of practice as per CNO
Medication Certificate and experience with administration of medication within the last year required
Advanced RPN nursing skills with knowledge and experience in phlebotomy, IV starts and laboratory work/requisitions
Previous recent experience in working in an acute medical/surgical unit(s) combined with sound patient care nursing skills
Previous experience in Emergency preferred
Patient physical assessment course preferred
Experience with patient centred and partnership care models
Must have effective interpersonal, communication, organizational and problem solving skills
Reliable and flexible individual who is willing to work collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team environment
Positive attendance and work record essential
Working as a member of an interdisciplinary team to ensure high quality care
Responsible for the provision of nursing care, teaching and coaching to patients and their families
Responsible and accountable for the provision of nursing care in accordance with the standards of nursing practice and THC Best Practice Protocols
Establishing priorities and making ethically sound decisions to ensure safe patient centred care.
Documentation of patient data to ensure continuity in the provision and coordination of care
Collaboration with other health care professionals.
Responding to emergency situations to promote optimal patient outcomes by recognizing changes in the patient’s health status.