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HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

Scottsdale Shea Medical Center has 433 beds, women's services, a dedicated pediatric emergency department, pediatric ICU, and a Level III neonatal ICU. The hospital also is known as a bariatric surgery center of excellence, its total joint replacement center, and cardiology and oncology services.

The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center, accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons, is on the Shea campus and houses the HonorHealth Research Institute. Scottsdale Shea Medical Center is a certified Chest Pain Center and Heart Attack Center. The facility has earned Magnet designation, the highest national designation for excellence in nursing care.

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Shea

Contact & Location

Location: HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center
Address: 9003 E. Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, AZ, 85260
Phone: 480-323-3000

Piper Surgery/Operating Room – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    6 months- Adult

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    10 Operating Rooms.

  • STAFFING:

    70% RN, 30% Surgical tech.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Day shifts, 0645-1515, 0645-1715, 0800-1830, eight and 10 hour shifts, no weekends, holidays or call required.

  • FLOATING:

    Floats to campus IP surgery; may also float to Osborn and Thompson Peak OP Surgery Center.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    RNs may circulate or scrub according to experience, majority of RNs perform both circulator and scrub role.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced circulating RN 4-8 weeks, new grad RN or RN without OR experience in periop training program 6-8 months, experienced surgical tech 4 weeks, new grad surgical tech orientation 4-8 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Orthopedics, sports medicine, general surgery, breast cancer surgery, ear, nose and throat, gynecology, maxillio-facial and oral, podiatry, urology, plastic surgery, both cosmetic and reconstructive.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    CSPD located in department.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    CNOR, CST

  • OTHER INFORMATION

    Periopertive training offered as necessary for vacant OR RN positions.

Piper Inpatient Med Surg Nursing Department – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Minimum 14 years of age. Post procedural care is provided to ENT, ortho, plastics/reconstructive, gynecology and general surgical patients in a short stay environment.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    9 private rooms.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    Less than 24 hours.

  • STAFFING:

    95% licensed RN, 5% unlicensed

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hour shifts. Closed on most Saturdays and every Sunday.

  • FLOATING:

    As needed to similar departments.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4-5.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff will require 2-3 weeks of orientation including following a patient through the surgical experience as well as EPIC training.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    These patients are not expected to require intensive monitoring services and are generally considered ASA I and II level patients.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    We offer the same services associated with the main hospital such as physical therapy, respiratory therapy, case management, dietary, radiology, and laboratory services.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Exceptional patient experience scores and strong employee engagement.

  • OTHER INFORMATION

    This unit is highly volume driven and staff hours are flexed depending on patient census. In addition to Piper surgery admissions, we will also admit surgical patients from the main hospital PACU as needed to assist with patient throughput.

Pediatrics and Pediatric Intesive Care Unit – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    General pediatric diagnoses include but are not limited to: hyperbilirubinemia, rule-out sepsis, kawasaki disease, appendicitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia, asthma, cellulitis, fractures, etc. PICU diagnoses: respiratory failure, DKA, drug overdose, spinal fusions, total care ventilator dependent, septi shock, etc

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    8 PICU beds, 20 general pediatrics beds (all private rooms)

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    2-3 days

  • STAFFING:

    Staffing depends on patient census. Minimum of 2 PICU RNs at all times.

  • SCHEDULES:

    We work 12 hour shifts. 0700 - 1900 / 1900 - 0700. Schedules cover a 6 week period and self-scheduling is honored as long as unit needs are covered. Stand-by call is utilized as deemed necessary.

  • FLOATING:

    Mandatory cross train to NICU and other float opportunities available.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    PICU 2:1 (1:1 if needed). IMC 3:1. General Pediatrics 4-5:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care nursing with a multi-disciplinary approach with an emphasis on family centered care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    One week of hospital orientation, including EPIC training. Floor orientation will vary based on experience and FTE. Generally 2-3 weeks for full time staff and 3 shifts for PRN staff.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Lumbar puncture, conscious sedation, chest tube placement, intubation, etc.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    Specialty Coverage includes: Pulmonology, Toxicology, Endocrine, Orthopedics, and Pediatric Surgery as well as child life specialists.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Magnet Certified Facility. Staff are encouraged to obtain CPN/CCRN.

NICU – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Inborn newborns and transfers of all gestational ages experiencing an acute or chronic illness affecting one or more body systems. Able to provide HFOV, INO and JET ventilation. Surgical interventions include PDA ligation, TE fistula repair, trachs and most GI conditions. Currently, we do not provide ECMO, neurologic, or cardiac surgery services.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    17.5

  • STAFFING:

    Each shift requires a scheduled 10-12 staff plus a supervisor and PCT. A developmental specialist works 40 hours per week and a unit educator works 12 hours per week. The unit has dedicated occupational, physical, respiratory, and speech therapists.

  • SCHEDULES:

    We work 12 hour shifts which are 0700 - 1900 / 1900 - 0700. Schedules cover a 6 week period and self-scheduling requests are honored as long as the unit's needs are covered. Stand-by call is utilized and deemed necessary.

  • FLOATING:

    All NICU staff are expected to float to the Osborn Level II nursery, and to Pediatrics or PICU following orientation.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Dependent on acuity with ratios of 1:1, 1:2, or 1:3.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care nursing with a multi-disciplinary approach and an emphasis on familycentered care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Orientation will be dependent on level of experience of the staff. Experienced RNs receive 3-6 shifts of orientation for full-time or part-time staff. On-call staff RNs receive 3 shifts.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Level III NICU - Whole body cooling and surgery

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    Lactation support and dedicated PICC team.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Magnet Recognition. Staff are encouraged to obtain NICU certification.

Labor and Delivery – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    OB triage, labor and delivery, antepartum. 3 OB operating rooms, staffed OB hospitalist and OB anesthesia 24/7.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    34, 8 bed OB triage

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    Outpatients, in-patients include labor and delivery and antepartum.

  • STAFFING:

    AWHONN guidelines, 80% RN, 10%OB, 10% HUC

  • SCHEDULES:

    Master schedule

  • FLOATING:

    OB

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Refer to AWHONN guidelines.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    OB outpatients, in-patient labor and delivery, as well as antepartum service.

  • ORIENTATION:

    12 weeks new to labor and delivery, labor and delivery experienced customized to needs.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Cesarean section, amniocentesis, on unit ultrasound, coordinated care for high risk OB patients, OB nurse practitioner on staff, OB educator

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    Full service labor and delivery and antepartum

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Level 3 designation Arizona Perinatal Trust

2C BMT/Leukemia – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Bone marrow transplant / Leukemia unit.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    21

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    12.5

  • STAFFING:

    Closed unit

  • SCHEDULES:

    0700-1930; 1900-0730

  • FLOATING:

    Float to M/S areas as needed.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    3-2:1 days, 3-2:1 nights, varies based on patient acuity.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Varies with experience new grad 12 weeks; RN 4-8 weeks; PCT 2 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Stem cell administration; chemotherapy and biotherapy administration.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    Hematopoetic stem cell transplant (HSCT) hematology malignancies, palliative care, complex patient aggregate.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Over 75% of nursing staff hold a BSN; Over 50% of nurses are certificed in a specialty of care recognized by AACN. Obtain in 2001 the foundation for the accreditation of cellular therapy (FACT), cancer transplant institute obtained its designation in December 2011. To promote qualtiy medical and laboratory practice in hematopoietic progenitor cell transplant.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    The committee to care for hematological malignant patients is a journey of learning.

5D Medical Surgical – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Bariatric, Spine, General, Endocrine, and Gynecological, surgeries. Medical patients are also admitted to this unit.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1-3 days

  • STAFFING:

    Unit specific as well as utilization of centralized staffing. 72% RN, 28% Patient

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hour shifts

  • FLOATING:

    Yes. Float to other units as well as accept float staff to 5D.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4-5

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Patient centered care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    8 wks for new grad nurses. 2 wks for experienced nurses.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Bariatric Unit of Excellence

5C – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Orthopedic consisting of total joint replacements, fracture repair, amputations, and sarcoma removals. Medical patient population is also admitted to 5C.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    32

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1-3 days

  • STAFFING:

    Unit specific as well as utilization of centralized staffing. 73% RN, 27& PCT

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hour shifts

  • FLOATING:

    Yes, staff float to other units as well as accept float staff to 5D.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4-5 patients

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Patient centered care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    8 weeks for new grad nurses and 2 weeks for experienced nurses.

3B – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical, observation, stroke, telemetry, some behavioral health

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    32

  • STAFFING:

    70% RN, 30% PCT

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    23 hours

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self-scheduling requests honored based on unit staffing needs.

  • FLOATING:

    Must be willing to float to patient needs within scope.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4 or 5 days, 1:5 nights

  • ORIENTATION:

    4 weeks RN, 8 weeks NG, 2 weeks PCT

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Sitters for behavioral health patients.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Med Surg Certification

3A – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical Patients

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    32

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1-4 days

  • STAFFING:

    66% RNs, 29% NAs, 5% Supervisors

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hrs

  • FLOATING:

    Rotated to float at Shea Campus

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4/5 days; 1:5/6 nights.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary Care

  • ORIENTATION:

    1st week will be general orientation. Additional orientation will be as follows; experienced nurses 4-6 shifts, new grads 6 weeks. Typical NA 3-6 shifts for experienced and no experience.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Peritoneal Dialysis; Remote Tele; Chest Tubes; Wound Vacs

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    2016 Nurse Satisfaction scored in 98% for engagement/Nurse/PCT satisfaction. August, 2017: 75% are BSN, MSN or DNP. August 2017 60% of nurses who are eligible to take med surg certification are certified.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Practice HonorExcellence Standardized practices for fall prevention; bedside handover, proper handwashing, fill and pull procedure for catheter, associated infection and many more. Strong involvement with our "ACT" team which is a unit base council to assist with making the unit the best it can be.

2F2 Surgical Oncology – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    2F2 specializes in the care of the surgical oncology patient. This includes urology, endocrinology, gynecology, colorectal, breast and intrathecal implanted pain management pumps. We also care for general surgical, cosmetic and medical-surgical patients.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    5.28

  • STAFFING:

    Clinical Director, Supervisors, RNs, PCTs

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self-scheduling, work every other weekend or two weekends monthly.

  • FLOATING:

    Surgical, Medical-Surgical, Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Telemetry

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4-5 dayshift, 1:5-6 nightshift

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care, assingments based on patient acuity and skill mix

  • ORIENTATION:

    Varies on role, skill and experience

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Continuous bladder irrigation, intrathecal pain management trial

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Remote cardiac monitoring, Whipple care expertise

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Medical-Surgical certification, Urology certification

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    New RN graduates attend the RN Residency Program, Quarterly Education Day for staff, and 2F2 partcipates in the following: Shared Governance, Nursing Practice Quaity Council, Unit Based Council, ACT, Partnership with various Nursing Programs including the Air Force Nursing Program, Bedside Handoff, Physician-RN rounding

Pre-op/PACU – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Orthopedic, bariatric, cardiac, GYN, urology, pain management, pediatrics, general surgery, and spines.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    48 bays in unit.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    90 minutes.

  • STAFFING:

    90% RN, 10% PCT.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Scheduled every 4 weeks and posted 1-2 weeks prior to start of schedule. Selfscheduling requests will be honored based on unit needs. Mon.-Fri. scheduling only. Call requirements for night/weekend/holiday schedules. 5 call shifts per 4 week schedule.

  • FLOATING:

    Cross training to preop/PACU. Occasional floating to Piper, and endoscopy.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:2 in pre-op, 1:2 in PACU, dependent on phase of care.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care assignments.

  • ORIENTATION:

    4 weeks in pre-op, 4 weeks in PACU if previous experience, or tele/ICU.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We recover patients from IR, cath lab, MRI, endoscopy that have received general anesthesia for their procedure. We work closely with the surgical floors to collaborate in providing our patients a great surgical experience.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Op-time, ASPAN, ACLS, PALS

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    6 week critical care training program offered.

BMT/Leukemia Outpatint Clinic – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Bone Marrow Transplant / Leukemia Outpatient Clinic

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    6 infusion chairs and 6 treatment rooms

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1- 6 hours varies with care needs

  • SCHEDULES:

    7 days a week, shifts vary with care needs 7a-6p

  • FLOATING:

    Inpatient BMT Leukemia when clinically indicated

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Varies based on patient care needs

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary Care

  • ORIENTATION:

    Varies with experience New Grad 12 weeks; RN 4-8 weeks; PCT 2 weeks

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Stem Cell Administration; Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Administration

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Hematopoetic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) Hematology Malignancies, Leukemia. Ambulatory Infusion Center, Procedural Care and triage.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Over 75% of nursing staff hold a BSN; Over 50% of nurses are certificed in a specialty of care recognized by AACN. Obtained in 2001 the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT), Cancer Transplant Institute obtained its designation in December 2011. To promote qualtiy medical and laboratory practice in Hematopoietic Progenator Cell Transplant

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Education opportunites from the Oncology Nursing Society will be provided to advance the nursing knowledge, maintian current and highly specialized knowledge to be able Updated: 9/8/17 to provide quality care. The committee to care for hematological malignant patients is a journey of learning

Infusion and VG Piper Cancer Center – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center (Infusion)

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    11

  • STAFFING

    75% RN's, 25% PCT

  • SCHEDULES:

    Mon.-Sun. 0745-1600.

  • FLOATING:

    no

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Depends on staffing, and acuity. 1:10

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Infusion services

  • ORIENTATION:

    1-2 weeks

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Blood administration, chemo administration

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Blood administration, chemo administration

ICU – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical cardiac, general intensive care, multi-system intensive care, cardiovascular surgery, ECMO.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    25

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.5

  • STAFFING

    100% RN

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted one month in advance. Self-scheduling, work every other weekend. Management team supports flexibility.

  • FLOATING:

    Float to TPK ICU.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:2

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. EMR training is included in these first two weeks. Inexperienced ICU nurses will attend a critical care and EKG class plus orient 4-6 weeks on the shift they are hired to work.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Numerous invasive bedside procedures such as CCRT, ECMO, Impella, IABP. Recover all open-heart patients and all ventilator patients returning from surgery.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We utilize cardiovascular monitoring department within the department to assist with most invasive procedures. We work collaboratively with many other departments such as physical therapy, respiratory therapy, social services, case management, and dietary.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Magnet, network ECMO program.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    6-week critical care training program offered bi-annually experienced med-surg, and telemetry RN’s hired to the unit. ECMO education provided for qualified experienced RN's.

Endoscopy – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Adult GI and Pulmonary in-patient/out-patient.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    5 procedure rooms.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3 hours.

  • STAFFING

    70% RN, 30% Techs.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Schedules posted approximately every 4 weeks in advance including call hours. Both 8 and 10 hour shifts are available. After hours and weekend/holiday call staffing includes 2 RNs and one tech with patients in the department, as well as one RN and one tech for procedures in ED, and ICU.

  • FLOATING:

    Endoscopy staff float to other endoscopy units as needed and possibly periop areas if employee's skills permit.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Nursing 1:1 in pre-procedure and procedure rooms, 2:1 in recovery area, technicians are one per procedure room and one in scope reprocessing area.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Procedural care, admitting, and recovery.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Up to 3 months including orientation to call.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Bronchoscopy, endobronchial ultrasound, ERCP, EUS, motility, colonoscopy, and upper endoscopy.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Advance therapeutic endoscopy, and bronchoscopy.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    ACT Team

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    1st call is required for all reqular staff, RN and techs, 2nd call is encouraged for PRN staff. ACLS required. All regular staff rotate between pre-procedure area, procedure area, and recovery.

3C Oncology – Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical oncology with M/S overflow

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    5.5

  • STAFFING

    Centralized

  • SCHEDULES:

    7a-730p; 7p-730a

  • FLOATING:

    To M/S areas only

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4:1 days, 5:1 nights

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care

  • ORIENTATION:

    New Grad 8 weeks; RN 4-6 weeks; PCT 2 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Chemo administration

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Medical Oncology, pain management, and safe patient handling.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Reynolds nurse of the year, Cerfitications Holistic RN, OCN, MSRN

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Nurses learn chemo administration at the end of year one, and work to become certified by the end of year two.

HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center is a 337-bed, full-service hospital that's a leader in the fields of trauma, orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiovascular services and critical care. The facility has earned Magnet designation, the highest national designation for excellence in nursing care. Other services at Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center include those offered at Greenbaum Surgical Specialty Hospital, which focuses on such general surgeries as ear, nose and throat; urology and gynecology. The campus also is home to a family birthing center and neonatal unit; a family medicine residency program, and a trauma/medical training center for the U.S. military. The hospital is a certified Chest Pain Center, American College of Surgeons-verified Level I Trauma Center and a certified Primary Stroke Center. Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center also was named a Top 100 Hospital by Truven in 2015.

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Osborn

Contact & Location

Location: HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center
Address:7400 E. Osborn Road, Scottsdale, AZ, 85251
Phone: 480-882-4000

Preop/PACU – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • CAMPUS PROFILE:

    Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center is a 337-bed, full service hospital that’s a leader in the fields of trauma, orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiovascular services and critical care. The campus is also home to a family birthing center and neonatal unit; a family medicine residency program, and a trauma/medical training center for the U.S. military. The hospital is a certified Chest Pain Center, American College of Surgeonsverified Level I Trauma Center and a certified Primary Stroke Center.

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Pre and Post surgical care related to trauma and for the following specialties: general, neurological, vascular, orthopedic, urology, maxillofacial.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    10 Pre-op Beds plus an isolation room; 14 PACU Beds.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1-3 hours

  • STAFFING:

    85% licensed RN, 15% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted 6 weeks at a time; 10 and 12 hour flexible shifts; 24/7 coverage with on-call.

  • FLOATING:

    Pre-op and PACU staff are cross-trained and freely float between the 2 areas. Staff will occasionally float to Endoscopy for Pre-op and PACU care.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1 to 1:3 in Pre-op; 1:1 to 1:2 in PACU.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orientation takes 4-6 weeks. Orientation is provided to both Preop and PACU. EMR Training is provided as part of the hospital wide orientation which lasts 2-3 days. We do not accept non-critical care experienced RNs/New Grads.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Nerve blocks; Aline insertions by the Lines Team

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    Cardiac monitoring.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Plaque hangs in the department with a list of ASPAN certified nurses. ACT Team awards and recognition.

Pre-Admission Teaching and Testing Services – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    All surgical patients are encouraged to have a pre surgical consultation with an RN or Nurse Practitioner (NP) prior to their surgical experience. The purpose is to assess for any potential problems that could cause a delay or cancellation of their surgery. The PATTS staff also review the patients history and medications.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    5

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    30-60 minutes. Appointments are 95% telephone interviews and 5% in person interviews.

  • STAFFING:

    80% licensed RN, 20% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Schedule is posted 2 weeks in advance. Mon.-Fri. Day shift with flexible hours.

  • FLOATING:

    PATTS RNs float to Preop dept in the main hospital.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary

  • ORIENTATION:

    4-6 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Lab work; EKGs.

ICU – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    The ICU at Osborn provides nursing care to the critically ill population.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    46

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    5 days

  • STAFFING:

    95% RNs, and 5% PCTs

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hours shifts, 0700-1900, 1900-0700

  • FLOATING:

    Floating is optional.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:2 or 1:1 if required.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Patient family-centered care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Varies upon experience level of each new hire.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Intra Aortic Balloon Pump, Impella and cardiac pacing devices; ICP (intra cranial pressure) monitoring, hemodynamic monitoring, Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) and Rotoprone therapy.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Intensivists and in-house trauma surgeons.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    30 % of the RN staff are either CCRN or CNRN certified.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Experienced ICU RNs, as well as those without critical care experience, (including new graduates) are all considered for employment in this unit. Those without ICU experience attend an eight week critical care academy and work precepted shifts to gain the experience and knowledge necessary to become ICU RNs.

Forensic Nursing Department – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical forensic trauma patients: Sexual assault and abuse, domestic violence strangulation, physical assault and abuse, elder abuse, and neglect and other forms of non-accidental trauma.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    Community based with 5 designated HonorHealth locations.

  • STAFFING:

    90% RN, (7 core RN staff and per diem RN's responding 24/7 with a 1 hour response).

  • SCHEDULES:

    Mon. - Fri. staff RN 0700-0000 in office. 0000-0700 on-call per-diem. Weekends on-call per-diem.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Specialized nursing care and a comprehensive medical forensic examination including a complete head to toe examination, medical assessment, both written, and photo documentation. This exam could also include sample collection for potential evidence.

  • ORIENTATION:

    40 hour sexual assault nurse examiner course didactic required prior to hire and on the job clinical experience is a series of competency skills specialized to the field to complete the medical forensic exam independently. Preceptorship process must be completed within the HonorHealth department for completion of orientation.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Medical forensic examination, sexual assault kit collection, photo documentation of injury, and court testimony.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    HonorHealth Forensic Nurse Department holds the contract with maricopa county attorney's office to serve as the sole provider of medical forensic examinations for sexual assault collection for all patients 13 years and older.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    2017 magnet exemplar nominee, certification of majority of RN staff (CFN certified forensic nurse, SANE-A sexual assualt nurse examiner -adult/adolescent and other RN specialty certification) supervisor staff are both board certified advanced forensic nurses, AFN-BC.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Contact information:

    RN Supervisor Erin Bertino: erin.bertino@honorhealth.com

    RN Supervisor Jill Rable: jill.rable@honorhealth.com

    Department Secretary: Vicki Poutre: vicki.poutre@honorhealth.com

Endoscopy – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Patients undergoing various endoscopic proceduresEsophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), Colonoscopy, Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography (ERCP), Bronchoscopy.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    6 Pre-op beds; 6 Recovery beds; 7 procedure rooms.

  • STAFFING:

    90% RN, (7 core RN staff and per diem RN's responding 24/7 with a 1 hour response).

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    30-60 minutes.

  • STAFFING:

    75% licensed RN, 25% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Schedule is posted 2 weeks at a time; Flexible day shifts with On Call.

  • FLOATING:

    Staff can float to other campus Endoscopy depts.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary Care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    RNs-4 weeks; Endo Techs-4-12 weeks depending on experience.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Cardiovascular monitoring Intra-Procedure and in the recovery phase of care.

Emergency Room – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    All ages

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    40

  • STAFFING:

    RNs and PCT's. Our average day starts with 10 RNs and gradually increases to meet census demands.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    150 minutes.

  • STAFFING:

    75% licensed RN, 25% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Electronic self-scheduling, posted in advance in 6 week blocks.

  • FLOATING:

    ED nurses are not required to float; however, there are opportunities to work in other facilities if desired.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:3

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Osborn emergency department utilizes a team nurse approach. Each team is staffed with 2 RNs and a float trauma nurse.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced nurses can expect 9 days of orientation on the floor. Less experienced nurses will have and orientation tailored to meet the needs of each individual.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Utilizes stroke team to help assist with septic patients.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Physical therapists and social services are available 24/7. The NOAH clinic is stationed on site to ensure and secure follow-up appointments for our patients without a primary care physician.

6 WEST – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Elective Neurosurgical Surgery, Elective Total Joints, Simple Orthopedic Traumas.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    16

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    2.5 Days

  • STAFFING:

    85% licensed RN, 15% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Processed through self-scheduling and published every 3 weeks.

  • FLOATING:

    Med-Surg & Telemetry.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary Care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experience staff 3 shifts minimum and re-evaluate at the 2nd shift. New Grad's are placed with a Preceptor between 4 -6 weeks. Also will evaluate towards the end of their last week.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Continuous Passive Motion if ordered, remote monitoring.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Recover all patients from PACU

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Typically recognize staff each month, Magnet facility.

6 EAST – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Neurological disorders, stroke (primary stroke center), multi-system Traumas (includes neuro & ortho), and TBI's

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    36

  • STAFFING:

    85% licensed RN, 15% unlicensed.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.5 Days

  • Floating:

    Med-surg RN's will float to other med-surg units and PCCU.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Schedules are posted 3 weeks in advance and will be a set schedule. Staff will be able to request vacation time/changes in the request book.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care with support from un-licensed.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff 3 shifts minimum, re-evaluate at the 2nd shift. New grad RNs are placed with a Preceptor between 4 weeks - 6 weeks. We will conduct an evaluation towards the end of their last orientation week.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Telemetry monitoring for strokes, remote monitor if ordered.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We work closely with many other departments in collaborative patient management such as: physical, respiratory, speech, and occupational therapy, as well as dietary.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    2017 American stroke get with the guidelines gold plus award, magnet facility.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    All of these are offered once hired: ACLS, neuro stroke certification, EKG, NIHSS National institutes of health stroke scale (required).

5th Floor – Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical/Surgical, Urology, and Oncology.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    52 private beds.

  • STAFFING:

    70% RN, 30% PCT.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3 days

  • Floating:

    Float throughout the hospital to support units as needed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self-scheduling in 6 week blocks. 6 weekend shifts required in 6 week schedule. Weekend shifts are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Day: 1:4-5, 1 PCT 8-12 patients Nights: 1:5-6, 1PCT 13-18 patients.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Registered Nurse and Patient Care Tech team.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced RNs receive 2 weeks on unit orientation. New grads receive 6 weeks on unit orientation.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Typical med/surg procedures including: wound care, wound vacs, foley insertion, continuous bladder irrigation, care of chest tubes, ng tube insertion, peripheral IV insertion.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Med/Surg inpatient and observation patients with occasional remote cardial monitors.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Magnet Status

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    While we are the oncology unit for the Osborn Campus, we rarely give chemo therapy. The majority of patients on the unit are med/surg. Chemo bio-validation is not required but offered if nurses are interested in giving chemo therapy.

HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

Located north of Loop 101 and Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center has 92 beds and offers inpatient and outpatient surgical programs. They include minimally invasive general surgery; and vascular, urologic, gynecologic, GYN/oncologic, orthopedic and spinal surgery. The hospital also provides a dedicated intensive care unit and support services. The facility has earned Magnet designation, the highest national designation for excellence in nursing care. Additionally, the facility was awarded the Top Hospital designation by the Leapfrog Group in 2015.

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Thompson Peak

Contact & Location

Location: HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center
Address: 7400 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy, Scottsdale, AZ, 85255
Phone: 480-324-7000

Outpatient Wound Clinic – Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Outpatients with nonhealing wounds or ostomy care needs.

  • NUMBER OF EXAM ROOMS:

    4 rooms

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    Patients appointments last an average of 45 mins each.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Monday-Friday. Day shift only. Schedule posted 1 month in advance.

  • FLOATING:

    To Osborn Wound Clinic or Deer Valley Wound Clinic per staffing needs .

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:7-11 per day.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Fast-paced outpatient clinic. Average clinic day consists of 25 patients.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 1 week. Inexperienced staff will orient for a minimum of 2 weeks. EMR training is included within the first two weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Assist physician with several procedures including surgical debridements and skin graft applications. Compression wrap application, wound VAC application, felt & foam application.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT

    Nurse Navigator

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS

    Wound and/or Ostomy Certifications

Telemetry –Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Primary Cardiac Unit compromised of patients with pre and post cardiac procedures along with diagnosis such as CHF, COPD and Chest Pain.

  • NUMBER OF EXAM ROOMS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    2.5 days

  • STAFFING:

    80% licensed RN, 20% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hour shifts for RN’s and PCT’s.

  • FLOATING:

    Within the campus as needed.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4-5:1 on days, 5-6:1 on nights.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced RN-2-3 weeks, New Grad 4-6 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    TR Band Care, Cardiac Monitoring.

Operating Room – Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Elective, urgent and emergent surgeries

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    Seven operating rooms

  • SCHEDULES:

    Each staff member(s) schedule is posted within the OR department 30 days in advance.

  • FLOATING:

    As needed to other surgery departments.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • ORIENTATION:

    Every new OR staff member is oriented to each specialty. New staff members are oriented with a goal toward functioning independently within 90 date of start within surgery department; prior surgical experience is considered when developing the orientation plan.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Total Joint replacement/revisions, Robotic GYN and URO procedures, SPINE minimally invasive procedures including STEALTH navigation.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Unit based Patient Care Council

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    MAGNET, CNOR

Medical/Surgical – Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Acutely ill and injured adult patients with a wide variety of medical surgical diagnosis.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    2.5 days

  • STAFFING:

    80% licensed RN, 20% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hours shifts for RN’s and PCT’s.

  • FLOATING:

    Within the campus as needed.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4-5:1 on days, 5-6:1 on nights.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Wide spectrum of medical surgical patient care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced RN-2-3 weeks, new grad 4-6 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    TPN, unique drains.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Gyn/Oncology Population.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Med Surg certification is encouraged.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Unit in progress with IRB approved research study.

Emergency Department – Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    All ages, varied acuity

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    16

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    180 minutes

  • STAFFING:

    65% RNs, 25% PCTs, 10% Supervisors

  • SCHEDULES:

    Shifts vary

  • FLOATING:

    PCT's are required to float to inpatient units within the campus. RN's are encouraged to float to other emergency departments within the network.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Typically 1:4, changes with volume and acuity

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary nursing

  • ORIENTATION:

    2-4 weeks

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Cycle IIII chest pain designation, and pediatric emergency prepared plus

Observation Care Unit – Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Chest pain, pneumonia, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, hypertension, sepsis, COPD, hematuria, weakness, dehydration, dizziness, diabetes, back pain, pleuritic pain, cellulitis, atrial fibrillation, and medical cardiac with or without telemetry monitoring.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    26 hours

  • STAFFING:

    80% licensed RN, 20% unlicensed. s

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted 6 weeks in advance. Self-scheduling for all shifts. Staff are required to work 4 weekend shifts per month. Management team supports flexibility.

  • FLOATING:

    Staff can float to Telemetry, Med-Surg, and Ortho as needed.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4 on day shift and 1:5 on night shift.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care assignments.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. EMR training is included in these first two weeks. All RN's must have a current ACLS and successfully complete the Telemetry Certification Class.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    EKG, Phlebotomy.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Telemetry monitoring.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Magnet

ICU – Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical cardiac, general intensive care, multi-system intensive care.

  • NUMBER BEDS:

    8

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.5 days

  • STAFFING:

    100% RN.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted one month in advance. Self-scheduling, work every other weekend. Management team supports flexibility.

  • FLOATING:

    Float to Shea ICU.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:2

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. EMR training is included in these first two weeks. Inexperienced ICU nurses will attend a critical care and EKG class plus orient 4-6 weeks on the shift they are hired to work.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Numerous invasive bedside procedures such as CCRT, rotoprone, impella, IABP. Recover all ventilator patients returning from surgery.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Offers collaborative patient management by working with other departments such as Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Social Services, Case Management, and Dietary.

  • SAWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Magnet

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    6-week critical care training program offered bi-annually for experienced med-surg and telemetry RN’s hired to the unit.

HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center

HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center is a 266-bed, full-service hospital. It's a leader in robotic and scarless surgery and has extensive cardiology and heart care services with a radiation-free, 3D heart mapping system. The hospital is an American College of Surgeons-verified Level I Trauma Center, a Primary Stroke Center, and an accredited Chest Pain Center. General surgery residents are trained here and at Deer Valley Medical Center. Other services include a specialty surgery unit to care for orthopedic, urology, neurology and other surgery patients, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, critical care unit, interventional radiology, and inpatient and outpatient medical imaging. The facility has earned Magnet designation, the highest national designation for excellence in nursing care, three times.

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JCL

Contact & Location

Location: HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center
Address: 250 E. Dunlap Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85020
Phone: 602-943-2381

Dialysis – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Dialysis patients in hospital setting.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    4 bed dialysis units.

  • STAFFING:

    100% RNs

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted 2 weeks in advance. Managements supports flexibility in staffing. Call schedule posted 2 weeks in advance.

  • FLOATING:

    The Dialysis team provides service at for both John C Lincoln Medical Center (JCL) and Deer Valley (DV) Medical Center which are within 10 miles of each other for traveling.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    2:1 in the room and 1:1 in critical care areas.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary Nursing.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of two weeks and have exposure on both campus. EMR training is included in that training. Inexperienced RN are oriented for 4-6 weeks looking at what their learning needs are as these may vary based on previous experience.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    HD catheter placement.

6 West Telemetry – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical Cardiac, observation and general multi-system care (GI, cellulitis, syncope, CHF, asthma, COPD).

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    36

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1.5 - 3.5 days

  • STAFFING:

    80% RN, 20% PCT

  • SCHEDULES:

    Staff self-schedule. Schedule is posted six weeks in advance. Staff are required to work at least six weekend shifts/year. Weekend shifts for night shift are Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Weekend shifts for day shift are Saturdays and Sundays. Nursing supervisors will balance out the schedule to meet the needs of the unit.

  • FLOATING:

    All units including telemetry assignment in ICU or CVICU.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    5:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    RN and PCT team care assignments.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Hospital orientation with EMR training prior to unit orientation. Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks. Inexperienced RN's orient 4-6 weeks. New grad RN's orientation is a minimum of 12 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Bedside side procedure - Cardioversions, TEE, Tilt table, TTP, CBI (continuous bladder irrgation), assist MD with blood patch, removal of TR bands, recover heart cath patients, stool transplants and pleura drainage.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Continuous cardiac monitoring. Collaboration with hospitalists, ED MD's, and MD consults. Work closely with many other departments in collaborative patient management such as Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Social Services, Case management, Laboratory, Radiology, Dietary, Cardiology and Rehab services.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    New grad RN's will be enrolled in the RN residency program which consist of 10 modules. New hire RN's and new grad RN's are required to take EKG class within 3 months of hire date. New grad RN's required to become ACLS certified within 1 year of hire date.

Centralized Monitoring Unit (CMU) – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Heart patients, monitor remote tele and all units at JCL.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    No beds; 80-120 tele patients - CMU - does all monitors in tele and monitors all the telemonitors on all the floors at JCL.

  • STAFFING:

    2-3 Tele Techs based on volume of patients being monitored.

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hour shifts options are 0700 - 1900 or 1900 - 0700. Staff schedules are completed 6 weeks ahead of time using a self scheduling tool. Need to be flexible as not all schedule requests can be accommodated.

  • FLOATING:

    Staff do not float to other departments.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Small department - CMU 46 patients

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Monitor patient's heart rhythm. We work in a collaborative relationship with all the tele floors, and any changes in the patient's rhythm needs to be informed to nursing immediately.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Includes reading EKG stripes is dependent upon working with EKG's, as well as working/reading monitors accurately.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    John C. Lincoln Medical Center is Trauma (Level 1) hospital, Magnet Status

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    We are the heartbeat of John C. Lincoln Medical Center, for we inventory all the monitors at the facility.

CVICU - Cardiovascular Intensive Care – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Respiratory, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, GI Bleeding, Sepsis, Cardiac, Openheart surgery, recovering CathLab patients, Cardiac Arrest Center, Hypothermia

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    22 beds; Cardiac Medical ICU

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    2.4 days

  • STAFFING:

    RN’s, PCTs, and Tele Techs – 79 total staff (%75 licensed RN, %4 unlicensed)

  • SCHEDULES:

    12 hour shift options are 0700 - 1900/1900 - 0700. Staff schedules are completed 6 weeks ahead of time using a self scheduling tool. This unit is accommodating for nurses who want to pick-up extra hours/shifts.

  • FLOATING:

    Floating is very rare in this department and the nurses would only float within John C. Lincoln Medical Center. There are 2 ICU's at this facility and they always staff these first before floating to other floors.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:2

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primarily all nursing staff with Tele Tech and PCT's help and assist with watching monitors. Nursing staff are responsible for their own monitors. 1 person is staffed at the main desk at all times for PCT, HUC, and Tele Tech. This person is also responsible for answering and routing all incoming calls for the 22-bed unit.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced nurses typically have between 2-3 weeks of orientation. A 3-month Critical Care Academy is usually offered between 2-3 times a year, and it consists of two 6 week classes (critical care and orientation). For the Critical Care Academy a position will be posted and experienced nurses are selected from the posting process.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Intubation, Cardioversion, Bronchial, Concious Sedation.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    This Unit is part of the Cardiac Arrest Team and the Rapid Response Team.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    3rd Time Beacon Unit - The American Association of Critical Care Nurses recognition of multiple Beacon Units. The criteria is similar to what is used by Magnet. Only 3% of Units in the U.S. have this designation. This is a nationally recognized award and the Updated 10/25/2017 only facility in the HonorHealth network to hold this distinction is John C. Lincoln North Mountain.

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    John C. Lincoln has a 24/7 (365 day) intensivists doctor on staff at all times who specializes in Critical Care.

Emergency Department – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    The emergency department is a comprehensive care unit and functions as a Level I trauma center, stroke center, and chest pain accredited center. The John C. Lincoln Medical Center emergency department provides care 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    41 total beds including trauma bays

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    280 minute

  • STAFFING:

    8 RN’s and 3 PCTs per shift; will increase staffing to accommodate acuity and volume.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self-scheduling in 6 week blocks for the respective shift. Schedule requests provided 1 week in advance of schedule posted.

  • FLOATING:

    Staff do not float to other departments.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Team nursing environment- 2 RNs and 1 PCT to 7 patients.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Works as a part of an interdisciplinary team with pharmacy, hospitalists, family members, case management, facilities, laboratory, radiology, and trauma services.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Orientation is between 2-12 weeks depending on experience. Orientation is specific to each discipline and based on preceptor/preceptee feedback.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    The Geriatric Emergency Medicine (GEM) Unit serves the elderly population with medical emergencies, and is open from 0900 - 1700, Mon., Wed., and Fri..

Intensive Care Unit – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    General intensive care, multi-system intensive care, with focus on neuromedical and surgical level I trauma. Certified Stroke center.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    22

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.5 days

  • STAFFING:

    95% licensed RN, 5% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted one month in advance. Self-scheduling for both day and night shifts. Weekend commitments dependent on full-time or part-time status. Management team supports flexibility.

  • FLOATING:

    ICU and tele staff float as needed to support each other.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:2

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care assignments.

  • ORIENTATION:

    All staff attend orientation week which includes EMR training. Experienced ICU staff orient for 3 shifts or longer when needed. In-experienced RN's will attend a critical care and EKG class plus orientation 4-6 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. New Graduate RN's orientation is a minimum of 12 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Numerous invasive bedside procedures such as neuro devices, CRRT, bronchoscopies, tracheostomy, and PEG line placement. Wound care and wound vac changes.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We work closely and round daily with neurocritical care physicians, trauma care physicians, and intensivists. Daily collaborative management includes physical therapy, respiratory therapy, dietary, pharmacy, social services, and other ancillary services.

Surgical Services Inpatient Operating Room - John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Age 15 - Adult

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    11 Operating Rooms including Trauma and Cardiac

  • STAFFING:

    42% RN, Surgical Technicians, Anesthesia Techs, Operating Room Assistants, Clerical

  • SCHEDULES:

    Variable

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary care assignments.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Orientation varies dependent upon experience. We offer the Periop 101 training class for new to service or new grad RN's.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    All Traumas; Orthopedic, Spine, Neurosurgery, Cardiovascular, Urology, General Surgery, and ENT

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Robotics

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Level 1 Trauma Center

Med/Surg 4th Floor – John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    The 4th floor has three main patient populations which consist of oncology, behavioral health, and med/surg tele.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    42 beds

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    4.3 days, longer stay for oncology patients.

  • STAFFING:

    75% licensed RN and 25% unlicensed, PCTs and Unit Secretary

  • SCHEDULES:

    RN Shifts: 0700-1930 or 1900-0730

    PCT Shifts: 0600-1830 or 1800-0630

    Unit Secretary: 0900-1730 and 1100-1930

  • FLOATING:

    This will be dependent on the facility's needs in similar units.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:3 to 1:5, based on acuity.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Modified primary care/ team nursing

  • ORIENTATION:

    The training for new employees is typically between 4-12 weeks. This unit believes in customizing the length of training to match the new hire's skills and abilities.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Chemotherapy, cardiovascular procedures/medications.

Med/Surg 5th Floor - John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Trauma med/surg and elective surgery recovery.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    54 beds total; 40 beds - trauma patients /semi private rooms and 14 beds - surgical patients /private rooms.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3-5 days for elective surgery. Longer for trauma patients.

  • STAFFING:

    80% RN, 20% PCT.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self-scheduling, must work 6 weekend shifts in 6 weeks.

  • FLOATING

    RNs and PCTs on this unit will work on both sides, trauma and elective surgery. However, most employees will more consistently work on one side or the other depending on what their preferences are.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:3 to 1:5, based on acuity.

  • ORIENTATION:

    All nurses are given 4 weeks of training and meet with the director to gage their progress. More training is given if necessary. All new grads start with 8 weeks of training which is typically scheduled on days and nights. Again, progress is measured and more training is given if necessary. Newly hired RNs will also spend time training with members of the physical therapy team.

Surgical Services Outpatient Operating Room - John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Pediatric through Adult

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    4 Operating Rooms and 2 Endoscopy Suites

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3-5 days for elective surgery. Longer for trauma patients.

  • STAFFING:

    Registered Nurses, Surgical Technicians, Operating Room Assistants, Clerical

  • SCHEDULES:

    Variable

  • FLOATING

    Main OR

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:1

  • ORIENTATION:

    Orientation varies dependent upon previous experience. We offer the Periop 101 training class for employees new to service or new grad RN's.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Pain Blocks, Orthopedic, Spine, General Surgery, & ENT

PCCU - John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Cardiac progressive care/telemetry, post cardiovascular surgery.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    20

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    6.7 Days

  • STAFFING:

    75% licensed RN, 25% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Schedules are posted one month in advance, self-scheduling, every third weekend commitment, and rotating holidays. Leadership team supports schedule flexibility

  • FLOATING

    As needed to other telemetry and Med/Surg units.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:4

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Modified primary nursing with team nursing components.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. EMR (Epic) training is included in these first two weeks. Inexperienced PCCU nurses will attend a PCCU specific class, receive ECG training, and an orientation which is estimated to be between 4-6 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. New Grad RN’s orientation is 8 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Care for stabilized post cardiovascular surgical patients, and post cardiac catheterization patients (including sheath removal). Procedures included on the unit: cardioversion, TEE.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We utilize the Cardiovascular Monitoring Department within PCCU to help monitor our patients. We work closely with many other departments in a collaborative patient management model such as Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Social Services, Case Management and Dietary.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    American Association of Critical Care Beacon Award 2016-2019

Specialty Surgical Care (SSC) - John C. Lincoln Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical/Surgical unit that specializes in caring for the post operative patient, including orthopedics, urology, and neuro/spine.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    28

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.1 Days

  • STAFFING:

    75% RN, 25% Non-licensed

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted one month in advance. Self scheduling. Every third weekend commitment. Rotating holidays. Leadership team supports schedule flexibility

  • FLOATING

    As needed to other like units

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:5

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Modified primary nursing with team nursing components

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. EMR (Epic) training is included in these first two weeks. New Grad RN’s orientation is between 6-8 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Care for the post operative patient. SSC does have the capability of caring for remote telemetry monitored patients.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We work closely with many other departments in a collaborative patient management model such as Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Social Services, Case Management and Dietary.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    American Association of Critical Care Beacon Award 2016-2019; PRC National Excellence in Healthcare Award: Top Scoring Nursing Unit

HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center

Deer Valley Medical Center is a 204-bed, full-service hospital offering extensive inpatient and outpatient general surgery and cardiac surgery and care. Orthopedic surgery and care include a Secure Track to get patients moving safely after orthopedic surgery. Other services include Level III trauma care, critical care and a 24-7 emergency department and pediatric emergency center. A variety of Interventional radiology services include uterine fibroid treatment. Deer Valley Medical Center is an accredited Chest Pain Center and a Primary Stroke Center. A Breast Health and Research Center on the campus offers the latest technology, including 3D mammograms and an MRI on site.

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Location: HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center
Address: 19829 N. 27th Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85027
Phone: 623-879-6100

Progressive Coronary Care Unit – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    The PCCU is a 24-bed acute patient care unit with emphasis on the cardiac patient. It consists of all private rooms and includes two negative pressure rooms.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    30

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.5

  • STAFFING:

    80% licensed RN, 20% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted six weeks in advance. Self-scheduling for day and night shift. Six weekend shifts required per six week. Management team supports flexibility.

  • FLOATING:

    Progressive coronary care staff will float as needed to support medical surgical units, telemetry units, and emergency department overflow.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4:1 on day shift 5:1 on night shift.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary nursing care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Staff receives EMR training with orientation. Experienced staff orient for a minimum 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    We are a Cardiovascular Moinitoring Unit that specializes in Cardioversions, transesophageal echocardiograms, and NIHSS.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    We work closely with many other departments in collaborative patient management such as physical and respiratory therapy, social services, case management and dietary.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Daisy Award, Sunshine Award, PCCN Certified, NIHSS, ACL, BLS

PACU – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Surgical in-patient and out-patient ages 1 - 100

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    13

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    1 - 4 hours for recovery. Some holds for inpatient admission.

  • STAFFING:

    12 RNs for each full day

  • SCHEDULES:

    Currently 0530 - 2130. Will change with trauma, weekday, and weekend call requirements. Major holidays off and covered by call.

  • FLOATING:

    Float between pre-op/PACU.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Follow ASPAN standards: generally 1:2, 1:1 if active airway or pediatric patient.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced Pre-op/PACU staff orient for 2-4 weeks. EMR training is included in these first two weeks. Inexperienced Pre-op/PACU staff orient 4-6 weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT

    Intubation, care of chest tubes, PCAs, Epidurals, On-Q pumps, blocks, ventilators.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    CPAN and CAPA, Required: ACLS, BLS, and PALS

Orthopedic – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Elective surgical patients including: total knee and hip replacements, shoulder surgeries, and spine and neck surgeries. Step down trauma, and medical/surgical overflow.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    30

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    2-3 days

  • STAFFING:

    65% licensed RN, 35% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Management team supports flexibility and self-scheduling when possible. Staff are required to work every other weekend. Schedules are posted in 6 week blocks.

  • FLOATING:

    Ortho staff float as needed in rotation to support other units.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    1:5

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Team nursing with PCTs.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for 2 weeks and new graduates orient for 6-8 weeks. EMR training is included in these first week.

  • OTHER UNIT INFORMATION:

    Patient satisfaction is very important to our team. Pain control is a priority as well as providing excellent customer service. We do in-room, bedside reporting between shifts as well a purposeful rounding to make sure patient needs are met. We work closely with physical therapy and case management. We encourage active involvement in unit projects and hospital-wide committees. We love new ACT ideas to improve patient care or the workflow on the unit. Staff who are highly motivated, positive, embrace teamwork, and enjoy a fast-paced work environment will fit right in. BSN and Orthopedic Nurse Certification (ONC) preferred.

Medical-Surgical – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical-Surgical patients.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    27

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3 days

  • STAFFING:

    75-80% licensed RN, 20-25% unlicensed.

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self- scheduling. Schedule published 2 weeks before scheduling period. Scheduling is 6 weeks. Required 6 weekend shifts per 6 week schedule. Holiday requirements include 1 summer and 1 winter holiday based on rotation.

  • FLOATING:

    As needed to meet the needs of the campus.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    5-6:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Team nursing. RN with PCT support.

  • ORIENTATION:

    RN and PCT’s will attend a week of hospital orientation which will included RN/PCT orientation and EMR training. Friday of orientation week is required to start on-line modules. Experienced RNs will receive 2 weeks of orientation. Experience PCT’s will receive 1 week floor orientation. New graduate nurses will receive 10 weeks of orientation with a 1:1 preceptor.

Intensive Care Unit - Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Medical cardiac, general intesnive care, multi-system intesive care, cardiovascular surgery, neuro-medical and surgical, Level 1 Trauma.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    32

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3.7

  • STAFFING:

    90% licensed RN, 10% unlicensed

  • SCHEDULES:

    Posted 6 weeks in advance. Self-scheduling and weekends are floating shifts.

  • FLOATING:

    ICU staff float to Tele or PCCU. Necessary care for ICU downgrades count as a float

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    2:1. Exceptions are CRRT, IABP, Impella, and post Open Hearts.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Primary Care.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Experienced staff orient for a minimum of 2 weeks on the shift they are hired to work. EMR training is also included in these two weeks.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Numerous invasive bedside procedures such as CCRT, ICP, IABP. Recover all open-heart patients and all ventilator patients returning from surgery.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Respiratory Therapy and the Lines team are stationed in the Critcal Care Unit. The Palliative Care team resides in the Critical Care Unit. We work closely with many other departments and collaboratively manage patients such as Physical Therapy, Social Services, Case Management and Dietary.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Magnet Facility

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Educational courses for Trauma, Open Heart, Impella, CRRT and IABP are offered throughout the year for advancing knowledge and skills.

Emergency Room - Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Adult ER soon to be level I trauma center. Ages 15 and greater diverse community

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    35 main ER, 4 separate fast track

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    3 hours

  • STAFFING:

    70% Rn, 29% PCT, 1% PUC

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self-scheduling system

  • FLOATING:

    Required to float between adult and pediatric campus Emergency Departments.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    4:1

  • ORIENTATION:

    Dependent on experience

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  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    AHA stroke elite honor roll

  • OTHER INFORMATION:

    Trauma I designation in process

Cardiac Cath Lab – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    2 Cath Lab Rooms

  • STAFFING:

    3.5-4 people per room

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self scheduling done for work and call schedules. 10 hour shifts plus call coverage for department year round.

  • FLOATING:

    Depending on hospital need and number of hours flexed. Floating is optional and offered when available to offset PTO usage.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Orientation is individually based depending upon skill set and previous work settings.

  • SPECIAL PROCEDURES ON UNIT:

    Impella, IABP, Complex Ablations

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Adult Invasive Cardiac

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    Chest Pain Center Accreditation

Telemetry – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Fast-paced unit that admits patient for observation status.

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    26

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    24-48 hours

  • STAFFING:

    75-80% licensed RN, 20-25% unlicensed

  • SCHEDULES:

    Self- scheduling. Scheduled published 2 weeks before scheduling period. Scheduling is 6 weeks. Required 6 weekend shifts per 6 week schedule. Holiday requirements include 1 summer and 1 winter holiday based on rotation.

  • FLOATING:

    As needed to meet the needs of the campus.

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO: :

    4-5:1

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    Team nursing. RN with PCT supportn

  • ORIENTATION:

    RN and PCT’s will attend a week of hospital orientation which will included RN/PCT orientation and EMR training. Friday of orientation week is required to start on-line modules. Experienced RNs will receive 2 weeks of orientation. Experience PCT’s will receive 1 week floor orientation. New graduate nurses will receive 10 weeks of orientation with a 1:1 preceptor

Out-patient Surgery Center – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Out-patient surgeries ages 1-100

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    4 OR's, 6 Preop, 8 PACU bays

  • STAFFING:

    Based on AORN and ASPAN standards

  • SCHEDULES:

    Staffed from 0530-1700 Mon.-Fri.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Based on experience training is estimated between 2-4 weeks

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    CNOR, CPAN

Main Operating Room – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    In-patient and out-patient surgeries for pediatrics and adults

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    9 Operating Rooms

  • STAFFING:

    Based on AORN standards

  • SCHEDULES:

    Staffed from 0630-2100 Mon.-Fri., 0630-1700 Sat.-Sun., On-call

  • ORIENTATION:

    Based on experience training is estimated between 2-4weeks

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    Hyrbrid OR, CVOR, Robotics

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    CNOR

Endoscopy – Deer Valley Medical Center

  • PATIENT PROFILE:

    Endoscopy in-patient and out-patient ages 5 - 100

  • NUMBER OF BEDS:

    2 procedure rooms, 3 pre- or post- bays

  • STAFFING:

    1 in pre-op, 1-2 in recovery, 1 RN and 1 Tech in each procedure room, and 1 scope washer.

  • AVG LENGTH OF STAY:

    30 min - 1 hour

  • SCHEDULES:

    Currently, 0600 - 1530. Weekday and weekend call for off hours. Major holidays are covered by call.

  • FLOATING:

    Float between all areas of Endoscopy

  • RN/PATIENT RATIO:

    Generally 1:2, 1:1 if active airway or pediatric patient in recovery. 1 RN and 1 tech to 1 patient in the procedure rooms.

  • CARE DELIVERY:

    All levels of care. ICU cases are performed in the ICU.

  • ORIENTATION:

    Tailored to the needs of the individual; with previous endoscopy experience training is estimated between 2-4 weeks, without previous endoscopy experience training is estimated between 4-6 weeks.

  • SPECIAL SERVICES ON UNIT:

    ERCPs, Bronchs, EGDs, Colonoscopies, Small Bowel studies, pH studies.

  • AWARDS/RECOGNITION/CERTS:

    CGRN, Required: BLS, ACLS, PALS

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