Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children with special needs? The Bernardy Center is a 5-star rated pediatric subacute and long term care facility that helps patients and their families transition from the acute care environment by providing additional support and parent education prior to going home. The Bernardy Center team provides more than just medical support. Because they are children first, the developmental, emotionally and physical well-being of each child is the focus of care. Bernardy staff participate with the children in community as well as unit activities. So if you are looking to find a nursing position in which you have the time and opportunity to get to really know your patients and work alongside their families as well as make a life changing difference, the Bernardy Center team is looking for you!
Under the supervision of the RN/Licensed Care Provider, responsible for applying the nursing process through the assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, and documentation of patient care. Provides a caring relationship that facilitates health and healing. Demonstrates clinical competence in performing, assisting and/or documenting tasks and procedures with excellence and quality, per department standards, regulatory guidelines and within scope of practice using age/developmental appropriate approach. Implements plan of care, provides patient and family teaching, follow-up, and discharge (after visit summaries) instructions with excellence and quality, per departmental standards and within scope of practice.
Associate's Degree or Nursing Diploma from an accredited LVN program
Current California Licensed Vocational Nurse
Current BLS for Healthcare Providers, issued by AHA
PEARS Certification (Issued by American Heart Association) within 6 months of hire
One year of pediatric experience
The current salary range for this position is $27.39 to $40.68
A candidate’s placement in the range will be determined based on the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement. Rady Children’s Hospital is committed to being externally competitive and internally equitable. We demonstrate this commitment by reviewing market data to remain competitive within the nonprofit, healthcare sector.