Staff Nurse II-Renal Dialysis
Becoming a Nurse at University Health is a great way to step up and be there for the people of South Texas. They look up to us, and as a Nurse at UH, we’ll look to you to help carry out this mission in an environment that has been designated, and redesignated, as a Magnet Health Organization by the American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC) for more than a decade. From your first day, you’ll be hands on with our patients while gaining valuable experience, earning excellent benefits and making a real impact on people’s lives.
- Full Time
- Travel: Minimal (if any)
- Salary: $63K-$96K
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What does it take to build a successful Staff Nurse II-Renal Dialysis? career at University Health? Take a look the top qualities we’re after and see if you have the right mix.
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At University Health, we are strongly committed to quality, compassion and innovation in everything we do here and in our community.
This is a great place to be exposed to many different types of patients, procedures and disease processes.
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We believe in taking care of those who care for our community and provide each of our health care professionals with the benefits they need to thrive in all aspects of their lives.
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Medical: Excellent coverage for individuals and families with very low premiums and co-pays, and ZERO co-pays for medications filled at University Health. Dental, vision, pet insurance, flexible and health spending accounts.
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Generous accrual rates that start on day one.
We offer both a 457(b) and 403(b) deferred compensation programs.
Including college tuition reimbursement up to $600 per semester, continuing education up to $400 and certification reimbursement.
Life and Disability
Basic life paid by University Health, with optional plans for life and disability insurance.
Health and Wellness
Employee discounts, including gym memberships, employee health clinic, healing arts program, community events.
Performs the nursing process in a safe therapeutic manner in a designated clinic setting. Provides direct patient care (dialysis) and monitoring of renal dialysis patients. Oversees direct patient care of the ESRD patient on dialysis. Supports and adheres to University Health and department specific policies and standards. Mentors and serves as a clinical role model for all staff. Receives mentoring from Nurse Staff III and the Director of Dialysis Services.
BSN is highly preferred. Must meet career ladder Staff Nurse II criteria for worked area. Two years or more of nursing experience required. Must have current American Heart Association, Basic Cardiac Life Support and Healthcare Provider card.
Current RN licensure from the Board of Nurse Examiners of the state of Texas is required. National certification in Dialysis is encouraged.
We host a variety of events designed to educate our staff and community members on a wide range of subjects, from valuable skills to support and more.
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