RN Supervisor assumes responsibility and accountability for nursing services delivered to residents. Provides direct care, administers treatments and medications, organizes and distributes daily assignments to direct care staff consistent with each individual resident's comprehensive resident assessment and plan of care. Supervises direct care staff and makes decisions about resident care needs consistent with facility policies and procedures. Ensures that “Flow of Care” is followed.
Makes daily compliance rounds on units at least at beginning and at end of shift to observe, examine or interview residents, to verify information from ongoing shift, to monitor regulatory compliance, to determine staff assignments, and provides/receives report.
Develops and distributes resident care assignments to direct care staff. Assignments match resident needs with skills of direct care staff, and maintain consistency to the extent practicable.
Monitors delivery of care and services to ensure needs are met, tasks are completed and that work of direct care staff is of acceptable quality and quantity. Administers medications, treatments and provides direct care to residents.
Provides orientation to unit and unit routines to new staff members or staff from temporary agencies.
Graduate of accredited school of nursing with current, active license as Registered Nurse in Pennsylvania.
One year experience providing direct care to residents in long term care setting. Prior experience as Charge Nurse or similar supervisory experience preferred.
Internal Number: 185608-893
What We DoThe NewCourtland Network provides home-and community-based services, affordable housing, and skilled nursing care in service of a growing number of seniors in Philadelphia.Home-and Community-Based ServicesNewCourtland LIFE (Living Independently for Elders), an all-inclusive model of healthcare for adults 55 and olderSenior CentersAffordable HousingIn addition to three convenient locations that contain more than 180 one-bedroom apartments for seniors to live independently, affordable housing options in the NewCourtland Network include: The Cottages: two-bedroom cottages designed specifically for people with dementia to live in a secure, home setting with the support of a loved-one serving as their primary caregiverNewCourtland Square: Philadelphia's first housing complex exclusively serving those who are transitioning out of nursing homesCentennial Square: Like NewCourtland Square, Centennial Square offers studio and one-bedroom apartments for seniors transitioning out of nursing homes and back into the communityGermantown HomeA traditional nursing home setting that is anything but traditional. With skilled care delivered around-the-clock, this five star-rated facility ble...nds the best technology with the best and brightest staffUnique programs such as Comfort & Joy™, SELF and Pastoral Care build a warm, welcoming, home-like environment…one that keeps seniors engaged with the community and physically, mentally and spiritually active