Sign-on Bonus Available
Shift: 6:45am-3:15pm Monday-Friday
The The Restorative Nurse is responsible and accountable for the restorative care of residents;
exercises autonomy by independent decision making related to resident care
issues; utilizes the nursing process by assessing, planning, implementing and
evaluating care in accordance with established standards; collaborates with
interdisciplinary team members in providing total care to assigned residents.
Essential Duties And
Promotes and supports a resident centered care
environment that ensures the treatment of all residents, family members,
visitors, fellow employees and customers with kindness, respect, and dignity.
Adheres to all facility and department work
rules, policies and procedures.
Responsible for assuring that the restorative program
is functioning and the documentation supports this. Makes referrals to therapy as needed. Reviews with therapy how each resident is
progressing and develops appropriate restorative programs as needed.
Supervises and directs the restorative aide. Communicates to the restorative aide which
residents are to be seen.
Responsible for assuring compliance with all Federal
and state infection control regulation.
Reports infection control issues to nurse management.
Assists with staff in-services as directed.
Assists with the development, revision, and
implementation of nursing policies.
Assists with the development, implementation, and
monitoring of any plans of correction.
with orientation of new staff.
with assessment of referrals of potential new residents, including hospital
visits for intake as appropriate.
assigned responsibilities in a manner that promotes efficient use of resources.
licensure to practice as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
in good standing required.
of an accredited school of nursing, BSN preferred.
or more years of clinical experience in long-term care or other health-care