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Registered Practical Nurse Cornwall 110341
||Registered Practical Nurse Cornwall 110341|
||Cornwall Community Hospital|
Registered Practical Nurse (Part-Time – 3 positions)
Location: Cornwall, Ontario
As part of our Hospital you will be contributing to fulfilling our Mission which is committed to provide, facilitate and enable safe, high quality health services by living our values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and engagement.
Under the general direction of the Coordinator of Community Withdrawal Management Services and as a member of the multi-disciplinary team, the Registered Practical Nurse provides exemplary withdrawal management and early recovery care to clients who are accessing services at our Hospital and functions as a member of the CWM services within scope of practice. The incumbent provides/administers nursing care to patients according to policies, procedures and to the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) and our practice standards.
The community withdrawal service delivery models calls for the incumbent to be competent in all components of the model: day withdrawal group education, day withdrawal monitoring of clients in cots, providing service to clients in their home and working in the emergency department as part of a multi-discipline team.
The incumbent will implement Ministry Admission and Discharge criteria for the purposes of providing appropriate and safe services. In addition administers the Ontario Standardized Assessment Package for addiction clients as needed and prepare individual treatment care plan including a continuous treatment strategy. The incumbent is also responsible for providing education to the community service members as well as periodically reviewing, modifying or developing programs as per the needs of the target population. In addition, the incumbent is responsible for soliciting and marketing the service in order to meet outcome measurement targets.
- Community College RPN program, minimum 2 years
- Certificate of registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario
- Meets standards of nursing practices for RPN
- Minimum one-year work experience providing addictions and/or mental health counselling or treatment services to youth and adults 16 years of age and older in a community setting.
- Ability to liaise and consult with a variety of other community based addiction & mental health services
- In-depth knowledge of Addictions and Mental Illnesses from a medical and bio-psychosocial perspective
- Valid Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Committed to living the Mission and Values of the Hospital
- Demonstrated regular, punctual attendance
- Demonstrated commitment to patient safety
- Holds RPN medication administration certification and proven knowledge of psychotropic medications
- Functional level in both official languages (oral and written in English, oral in French – and testing completed) for two positions
- Functional level in in English, oral and written for one position
- Proven ability of group and one on one counselling skills
- Certified in Non Violent Crisis Intervention, Suicide Prevention and First Aid
- Certified in Motivational Interviewing
- Working Knowledge of Catalyst database
- Working Knowledge of the ADAT assessment tool
- Clinical competencies as related to the client population served in the program
- Certificate in Psychiatric Nursing for Registered Practical Nurses
- Membership in RPNAO
Position Key Competencies
- Superior interpersonal organizational and communication skills
- Ability to work within an interdisciplinary team.
- Ability to work under pressure and to adapt to change
- Excellent client assessment, critical thinking, communication (oral and written), and problem solving skills
- Ability to develop, implement, evaluate and adapt a therapeutic care plan
SALARY: $26.84 - $27.72 per hour.
HOURS: Scheduled and called in as required.
All qualified candidates are invited to apply for this position.
In the event the Hospital is not successful in finding a candidate who meets all requirements, other candidates may be considered.
We thank all candidates for applying; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Keywords: RPN, registered practical nurses, Ontario, ON, Williamstown, Stormont, Long Sault, Lancaster, Alexandria, Winchester, Kemptville, Hawkesbury, Gatineau, Ottawa, Napean, Barrhaven
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Cornwall Community Hospital / Hôpital Communautaire de Cornwall is a full-service community hospital located in Cornwall, Ontario and is affiliated with the University of Ottawa. CCH/HCC has been accredited with exemplary standing, the top rating from national hospital surveyors by Accreditation Canada, in 2012. Primarily serving the Eastern Counties of the Champlain LHIN, CCH/HCC provides annually: 220,000 diagnostic/therapeutic exams; 9,100 surgical cases; 53,000 emergency department visits; 7,000 admissions; 51,000 inpatient days; 32,000 ambulatory care clinic visits; and, 24,000 community mental health visits. CCH/HCC provides Level 1b obstetrical care and Level 1 neonatal care. Our major redevelopment is nearing completion, with state-of-the art facilities and equipment; we are ready to embrace an extraordinary future.
With our partners, we provide, facilitate and enable safe, high quality health services and education to the communities we serve; in doing so, we are committed to providing services in both official languages and to the effective management and use of our resources.
A recognized Eastern Counties leader in the provision of exceptional health services.
Our Values (I.C.A.R.E )
Integrity:Embracing organizational values in all that we do.
Compassion:Providing patient care with empathy and caring.
Accountability:Taking responsibility and ownership for all that we do.
Respect: Respecting each other and those we care for.
Engagement: Dedicated to working together and sharing to create trust and a healthy, healing environment.
Cornwall and Ontario’s Eastern Counties
Cornwall is thriving and vibrant city located on the Saint Lawrence River within Ontario’s Eastern Counties. The region, part of what was originally Upper Canada, is just a stone’s throw from Upstate New York and Quebec. Our growing city is beautiful, safe, and friendly. Cornwall is a full-service city with a small town feel and one of the most affordable places to live in Ontario. In addition, the Eastern Counties offer great outdoor scenery and activities. Gorgeous parks along the waterfront, great beaches to soak up the sun on, and 12 distinct golf courses to match every skill level. The region has some great ways to keep moving with some fantastic kayaking and canoeing, and some of the province’s best cycling with over 90 uninterrupted km of the beautiful Waterfront Trail, as well as over 30 well established road routes that explore the entire region.
You'll want to work with Cornwall Community Hospital because…
We have a "patient first" attitude and we provide high quality, compassionate care. We keep pace with or lead many larger centres in how and what we do, and we are dedicated to working and sharing together in a style that creates a healthy, healing, caring environment.
We are a friendly place, where everyone makes an effort to know you and help you; a community of health care providers who value each other and our varied contributions.
We've been caring for our community for over 100 years and we're proud of our heritage!
A Safe and Healthy Work Environment.