Full-time position (36 hours per week); works various days Sunday through Saturday 7:00 pm to 7:00 am. Responsible for planning, directing, supervising, and managing nursing activities in the delivery of quality, cost-effective patient care in the Med/Surg inpatient, outpatient, SNF, and SCU areas. Coordinates Med/Surg inpatient, outpatient, SNF, and SCU activities and programs with other hospital services and involved physicians. Assumes shift clinical and management responsibility for the Med/Surg areas. Responsibilities include but are not limited to polices and procedures, quality improvement/quality assurance activities, and membership in committees as assigned. Addresses day-to-day departmental concerns, utilizing critical thinking and problem-solving techniques. Enforces standards/regulations: CAH, CMS, and Safety. Completes appropriate assessments/reassessments with documentation. Provides age-appropriate care. At least one year of experience including Med/Surg and SCU preferred. Must be a graduate from an approved Professional Nursing program. Must be a Registered Nurse currently licensed in the State of Iowa. Current certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support for RNs required.
Myrtue Medical Center TOP 100 CRITICAL ACCESS HOSPITALS in the U.S. – Myrtue was once again named one of the 100 highest-ranked Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in the United States by The Chartis Center for Rural Health. Myrtue is the only Iowa hospital to receive this award eight years in a row. Regarded as one of the industry’s most significant designations of performance excellence, the annual Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals award is based upon the results of the Hospital Strength INDEX® from iVantage Health Analytics. Each of the 1300 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States were considered for the rankings, released earlier this week. Myrtue is part of an elite group of only four Critical Access Hospitals nationwide who have received this award for at least eight years in a row.
“Being recognized as one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals eight years in a row shows our dedication to quality care and patient satisfaction,” said Barry Jacobsen, CEO of Myrtue Medical Center. “This achievement is very rewarding and confirms our commitment to providing the best health care possible to our community. It is the combined effort of all our team members that allows us to put our patients at the center of our efforts.”
The Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals play a key role in providing a safety net to communities across America – and the INDEX measures these facilities across eight pillars of hospital strength: Inpatient Market Share, Outpatient Market Share, Cost, Charge, Quality, Outcomes, Patient Perspective, and Financial Stability. Each of the INDEX’s 50 indicators is pulled from publicly-available data sources.
The list of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals can be found at www.ivantageindex.com/top-performing-hospitals.