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Providence Health & Services Clinical RN - Ambulatory Cancer Center in Santa Monica, California


Providence is calling a Clinical RN to the Ambulatory Cancer Center for Full-Time/Day Shift at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, CA

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We are seeking for Clinical RN - Ambulatory Cancer Center who will be under the supervision of the Charge Nurse or the Director, Ambulatory Cancer Center, who is a professionally licensed person with demonstrated cancer expertise. The individual in this position provides a 100% clinical service for the cancer unit..

In this position you will:

  • Apply and interpret hospital policies and legal requirements of nursing practice guidelines.

  • Participate in the monitoring of inventory control of supplies.

  • Monitor functionality, availability of supplies and equipment.

  • Maintain an effective line of communication with the charge nurse, physicians, ancillary staff, and visitors.

  • Participate in select patient care activities such as instructing, teaching, demonstrating, and evaluating patient’s progress against patient care plan, scrubbing, circulating, room turnover and transporting as required or assigned.

  • Participate in and collaborates with the Director, in meeting the department’s budgetary objectives.

  • Behaviorally support the philosophy, objectives and goals of hospital administration and its representatives.

  • Perform patient assessment and data collection.

  • Participate in goal directed plan of care based on patient outcomes.

  • Implement care based on department and hospital standards.

  • Participate in evaluating effectiveness.

  • Participate in identifying patient/significant others learning needs and demonstrate measures to meet these.

  • Delegate duties and assignments to appropriate team members.

  • Demonstrate applied knowledge when caring for selected patient populations including care appropriate to the age of patients served.

  • Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for own professional practice in regard to:

  • Attendance, punctuality and patient confidentiality.

  • Positive public relations image and working relationships.

  • Completing all mandatory requirements, including annual safety programs, CPR, infection control and annual physical.

  • Participate in the development and attainment of team, department and hospital goals by:

  • Attending and participating in department meetings.

  • Volunteering or accepting assignment for projects.

  • Sharing knowledge with peers by communicating physician practice changes.

  • Abiding by mission, vision and team ground rules.

  • Demonstrate adherence to documentation guidelines on patient care records and unit forms.


  • Comply with established principles, practices and standards of oncology nursing.

  • Inspect assigned rooms daily for cleanliness, sterility, functionality, and safety.

  • Observe medical staff activities in surgery to ensure conformity with hospital policies and reports violations to designated management personnel.

  • Remove defective equipment from service and requisitions maintenance and repair services.

  • Serve as a clinical resource to new staff members as requested or assigned.

  • Anticipate the needs of physicians (ensures that specialty equipment and supplies are available).

  • Participate in educational offerings to maintain or attain a level of knowledge.

  • Recommend and takes action for corrections to the system.

  • Maintain current status of certifications, annual physicals and licensure.


  • Practice cost-effective methods in the delivery of care through efficient use of available resources and completes assignments on time with minimal overtime.

  • Adjust daily routine as necessary to allow for maximum utilization of resources.

  • Assist other staff members in providing direct patient care in times of increased census or workload.

  • Use downtime effectively to assist others, accomplish assigned projects and volunteers for additional tasks.

  • Support management’s guidelines and objectives regarding fiscal budget goals both verbally and behaviorally.

  • Coordinate assigned patient’s activities with other nursing and non-nursing departments to ensure uninterrupted patient care.

  • Adhere to established hospital attendance policy.

  • Other duties as assigned within nursing scope of practice.


  • Maintain an effective interdepartmental and public relationship by keeping lines of communication open.

  • Anticipate needs of the team and ensures smooth operational flow (i.e., transports patients to OR to meet scheduled start time, transfers patients.)

  • Initiate problem resolution for identified opportunities for improvement or difficult interpersonal situations.

  • Demonstrate consistent professional attitude in all interactions (including conflicts) with patients, families, physicians and co-workers.

  • Participate in departmental in-services in a consistent manner.

  • Respond to identified team and/or patient care needs by directly assisting staff members.

  • Adapt and accommodate to changes in daily routine in a positive manner.

  • Behaviorally support the goals and objectives of the department.

  • Facilitate the integration of new personnel into the group in a positive, non-threatening manner.


Required qualifications for this position include:

  • RN Graduate from an NLN accredited nursing program.

  • Current RN license in the State of California.

  • Current BLS Card.

  • 1 year Acute patient care experience in a Cancer setting.

  • Completes both initial and annual competency assessments including age specific competencies.

  • Ability to deal effectively with many people across a broad range of background(s) and ages.

  • Ability to prioritize, organize and coordinate patient care.

  • Ability to work independently, but under the supervision of the Charge Nurse.

  • Familiarity with surgical, cancer, anesthesia and supplies.

Preferred qualifications for this position include:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.

  • Able to work with Cancer patients, preferred.

About the hospital you will serve:

Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California, is part of Providence Health & Services, an integrated, not-for-profit network of hospitals, care centers, medical clinics, home health services, affiliated services and educational facilities in the western United States. Founded in 1942, Providence Saint John’s Health Center enjoys a reputation for clinical excellence across many disciplines.

The 266-bed health center has a medical staff of more than 900 physicians, 1,800 employees and a host of volunteers who share a commitment to providing quality care for all.

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As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.

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Providence is a comprehensive not-for-profit network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services continuing a more than 100-year tradition of serving the poor and vulnerable. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day

Job Category: Clinic/Ambulatory Care Nursing

Location: California-Santa Monica

Req ID: 288728