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Steward Health Care System Pool RN / ICU in Mesa, Arizona

About Mountain Vista Medical Center

Mountain Vista Medical Center is a 178-bed, state-of-the-art hospital located in east Mesa, Arizona, offering comprehensive health care services, including emergency care, heart care, advanced surgical procedures, orthopedics, breast care, maternity care, women’s services, and help for a broad range of medical conditions. The Medical Center is equipped with the most advanced medical technology, in a resort-like setting, with features that include all private rooms, electronic health records, room service, and wireless Internet access. For more information about Mountain Vista Medical Center and its services, please visit, on Facebook at, or call 1-877-924-WELL (9355).

Position Summary:

  • Provides direct and indirect nursing patient care as assigned. May provide clinical supervision to non-licensed unit personnel as assigned

  • Always represents CARES Standards: Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence and Stewardship

  • Demonstrates support of the Medical Center's mission, values and vision in all actions and interactions with employees, patients, medical staff, guests and visitors

  • Works to make a positive impression on patients, medical staff, guests, visitors and co-workers

  • Protects the privacy and dignity of our patients

  • Shows concern by anticipating patient needs and adapting to their preferences Teamwork

  • Works well with others as a team member

  • Recognizes the dignity of each person and shows respect for one another

  • Works to resolve concerns and complaints promptly and effectively

  • Demonstrates kindness through words and actions

  • Maintains a safe and clean hospital environment

  • Maintains a clean, neat and professional appearance

  • Embraces the change process as an effective tool for personal, professional and organizational growth

  • Demonstrates responsiveness to the needs of our patients, coworkers and others

  • Informs patients and others about waits, delays and other possible inconveniences

  • Communicates in caring and appropriate ways

  • Formulates and revises plan of care as indicated by patient's response to treatment and evaluate overall plan daily for effectiveness

  • Involves patient and patient's family when appropriate

  • Perform a head-to-toe assessment and reassessment per policy on all assigned patients

  • Formulates a teaching plan based upon identified learning needs and evaluates effectiveness of learning; family is included in teaching as appropriate

  • Demonstrates knowledge of medications and their correct administration based on age of the patient and their clinical condition

  • Demonstrates the use of critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities in coordinating and supervising patient care

  • Consults other departments as appropriate to provide for an interdisciplinary approach to patient's needs

  • Completes documentation which reflects current nursing standards, and which supports policies and procedures

  • Manages and operates unit equipment safely and correctly

  • Demonstrates knowledge of current patient safety goals and policies

  • Demonstrates an ability to assist physicians and co-workers with procedures

  • Applies knowledge of infection control policies and procedures supporting standards of care

  • Communicates appropriately with patients, physicians, co-workers, staff and patient families

  • Interacts with a high level of professionalism, respect and dignity

  • Maintains patient confidentiality

  • Participates in the clinical development of self and others to provide for personal growth, unit clinical competency and unit retention

  • Demonstrates leadership ability by assuming responsibility and accountability for assigned unit activities and healthcare system goals

  • Participates in the department's continuous quality improvement activities


  • Likely interaction with: Patients, physicians, other clinical and non-clinical staff, patient families

  • Committee and meeting participation: Unit staff meetings; other participation as appropriate and required

Position Minimum Requirements:

  • ADN in Nursing

  • Licensed RN in the State of Arizona or Compact State RN License

  • BLS / ACLS / NIHSS as required by Department

  • Ability to work effectively with computer based charting and other clinical software programs

  • Adaptability to change, organizational skills

  • Ability to read and communicate effectively in English

Preferred Requirements:

  • 1+ Years of ICU Nursing Experience

  • Bachelor’s in Nursing

  • Current: ACLS, BLS & NIHSS

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities, Women, Disabled, Veterans