Registered Nurse - Birth Center - Full Time - NightsMercyOne, Dubuque, IA
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MercyOne Dubuque/Dyersville Medical Center Minimum Wage: $15.00/hr.
MercyOne Dubuque/Dyersville Medical Center is a not for profit Catholic hospital serving the tri-state area of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin since 1879. MercyOne – Dubuque has 263 beds while MercyOne – Dyersville is a critical access hospital with 25 beds and a 40-bed nursing home.
MercyOne offers a full range of acute care services, including invasive cardiology and open-heart surgery, Level II trauma center, Level II regional neonatal intensive care unit, general and orthopaedic surgery, psychiatric services and inpatient physical rehabilitation. MercyOne also operates two hospital-based skilled nursing units, extensive outpatient rehabilitation services, home health care, retail pharmacy and a wide range of outpatient, community and business services. MercyOne’s 1,500 full- and part-time employees and medical staff of 230 care for more than 56,000 inpatients and outpatients each year.
The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and achieved Magnet designation, the gold standard of patient care, in 2004 and was redesignated a Magnet hospital for the fourth time in 2019.
MercyOne Dubuque/Dyersviile Medical Center is a member of Mercy Health Network in Iowa and is a Ministry Organization of Trinity Health based in Novi, Michigan.
MercyOne is an organization that values and encourages diversity. To learn more about Mercy and its opportunities for employment, please see the postings listed on this site or visit our website at https://www.mercyone.org/dubuque/.
Night shift: 1800–0630 - Every third weekend and holiday The birth center and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) are both located on the 5th floor; pediatrics is located on the 3rd floor. All staff are trained to care for postpartum patients in addition to their specialty unit. NICU nurses are cross-trained to pediatrics; birth center staff are encourage to cross-train as well. All staff may choose to cross-train to additional units within the service line. Nurses work 12-hour shifts at ratios recommended by AWHONN. Schedules for all positions are considered "cooperative scheduling." This is self-scheduling that is finalized by a staffing guidelines committee prior to distribution of the schedule. E-shifts are required in lieu of taking call; the total number of E-shifts required by staff is dependent on the department's individual needs. This service line hires RNs with the ADN (BSN required within 4 years) with a six–eight week orientation to postpartum and 10–12 weeks orientation to their specialty area (birth center, NICU or pediatrics).
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12 Hour Shift
Paid Sick Leave
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