BHB ensures the highest in quality health care through service excellence, education and leadership. We seek qualified, highly motivated, and experienced professionals to work in a supportive but demanding environment.
Key responsibilities include:
Gives direct patient care (neonates)
Assesses client/patient and family needs, formulates care plan in accordance with established nursing diagnoses, executes interventions, and evaluates outcomes
Consults with all members of the multidisciplinary team about patients’ status and progress. Ensures that the Clinical Manager / Nurse in Charge are kept abreast of changes and problems related to assigned patients
Functions as a team leader when required. Utilizes clinical, hospitals and community resources. Participates in unit Quality Improvement activities and when required, approved research projects
Functions as a preceptor/monitor and role model for new junior staff, as well as peer
Uses equipment and supplies in a safe and economical manner
Participates in committees, attends staff meetings, in-services and educational programs
Takes active responsibility for professional growth and development
Performs added nursing and delegated medical acts as required
Qualifications &/Registration required:
Registered Nurse with Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma from an accredited institution
Current registration with the Bermuda Nursing Council, as required
Minimum of two years post grad experience as a Neonatal Nurse
Current certifications: CPR, I.V. Neonatal Resuscitation Programme (NRP).
Experience in Physical assessment essential.
Demonstrated knowledge and clinical competencies
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 103
About Bermuda Hospitals Board
About Bermuda Hospitals BoardBermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) comprises King Edward VII Memorial Hospital (KEMH), Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute (MWI) and the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre. BHB offers comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services in response to Bermuda’s full spectrum of medical and mental health needs.BHB is mandated through legislation to provide quality mental health and acute medical care for the people of Bermuda. As a quango, our operations are managed by BHB’s Executive Team under the governance of a Government-appointed Board.We serve Bermuda's resident population of approximately 65,000 people, as well as the many visitors who come to our island each year.Composed of more than 100 individual islands, Bermuda has a land mass of about 21 square miles. Given our relatively isolated geographic location in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bermuda community needs a range of services far broader than would commonly be expected of a hospital serving a similar population base.
BHB ensures the highest quality health care through service excellence, education and leadership. We seek qualified, highly motivated and experienced professionals to work in a supportive but demanding environment