Long Island Community Hospital has a lot to offer job seekers. If you are interested in getting into, or furthering an already established career in healthcare you have come to the right place. The open positions you will find at LI Community Hospital are representative of an organization that is continually growing and changing. It is an exciting time to join LI Community Hospital, with the opening of the new Knapp Cardiac Care Center, the purchase of the former John J. Foley Nursing Home coming soon and new physician practices coming on board regularly.
LI Community Hospital offers an environment full of professional challenges with the support of a strong structure and leadership team to offer guidance and direction. You will feel the power of teamwork and a culture that is focused on providing our community the best care possible.
An equal opportunity employer, we recognize that you've worked hard to acquire your professional skills and have consistently stretched your talents, drive and abilities. For qualified individuals, the Medical Center provides a comprehensive benefits package.
Executes professional nursing care in accordance with physician treatment plans in order to provide for the comfort and well-being of patients and their family or support system. In doing so, assesses the patient’s needs, plans and implements the treatment plan, observes and evaluates the patient’s progress and documents pertinent observations. Works collaboratively with the interdisciplinary health team to meet the holistic needs of the patient. Directs the delivery of nursing care by other members of the nursing team. Participates in the orientation of new employees. Participates in the department’s performance improvement process.
Applicant must possess a current NYS license as a Registered Professional Nurse. Professional knowledge of nursing theory and practice acquired through completion of at least (2) years training at an accredited school of nursing a must. Current BLS required, ACLS and PALS within a year. TNCC required, if assigned to Trauma Patients. NRP preferred.