• Job Title: Staff Nurse-B
  • Job ID: 455375
  • Location: University Hospitals
  • Department: Interventional Radiology
  • Full/Part Time: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Shift: Day
  • FTE %: 100
  • Salary Range Min: $25.85
  • Salary Range Max: $45.00

Position summary

Staff Nurse-B (Job Opening 455375) - The Ohio State University Medical Center's mission is focused on integrating quality patient care, education, and research. The Radiology RN- Patient Care Coordinator (RN-PCC) functions as a member of the Diagnostic/Procedural team of care providers cultivating collaboration, enthusiasm, and mutual respect. Diagnostic and interventional procedures are provided to inpatients, emergency department patients, and outpatients. The team provides care to a primarily adult and geriatric population directed towards achievement of positive patient care outcomes, maximizing the patient's involvement in his/her own plan of care, improving service levels, reducing the length of hospitalization and decreasing costs. The Diagnostic and Procedural Department encompass six Radiology modalities on Doan, Rhodes Hall and the Ross Heart Hospital, and the Pulmonary Diagnostics Lab on 8 East Doan. The Diagnostic Procedural areas benefit from patient focused care through the integrated skills of all care team members. Services are provided 7AM - 7:30PM, Monday thru Friday and 9AM - 5:30PM Saturday and Sunday. Position Summary The Radiology RN-PCC is responsible for managing and providing care to the patient and his/her family, and for directing and supervising nursing care provided by other members of the patient care team. The Radiology RN-PCC is responsible for assessing, implementing, coordinating, delegating and evaluating the nursing care of patients during diagnostic and interventional procedures. The Radiology RN-PCC prioritizes patient care needs and provides leadership to and development of the patient care team.

Education and experience

Graduate of an accredited school of registered nursing. Current Ohio license or interim permit. Previous experience in a relevant care setting preferred.