Scotland Health Care System is seeking licensed registered nurses for Scotland Regional Hospice. Since 1986, Scotland Regional Hospice has been committed to providing exceptional, compassionate end-of-life care to people in our community. A team of professionals and volunteers, including physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplain, and bereavement counselor, provides personalized care for each patient and family we serve. Scotland Regional Hospice services our local community in Scotland County (NC) as well as surrounding counties; patients receive care in our homelike inpatient unit, their homes, in rest homes, assisted living and long-term care facilities, as well as hospitals. *$5,000 Sign-On Bonus Available*
RN, Morrison Manor: Provides nursing care and supportive care in our 12 bed inpatient unit at three levels of care: General inpatient, respite, and routine. The Morrison Manor is supported by the interdisciplinary team and a full time Director and is located 1 mile from Scotland Memorial Hospital. Nursing care at Morrison Manor is provided in accordance with principles of nursing practice, physician's orders, the plan of care and policies and procedures of Scotland Regional Hospice. Applies skills and experience in the treatment of patients to provided symptom management, emotional support and education to the patients, their families and caregivers.
RN, Case Manager: Provides end-of-life nursing care to patients and families primarily at home or in long-term care settings. Coordinates case management of patient services and medical care. Works collaboratively with other disciplines to teach, assist and support the patient/family with the dying process.
Current North Carolina or Multistate RN license.
BSN, CHPN; two years’ experience in hospice or home health setting; proficient in electronic documentation; excellent communication, organization, and customer service skills; strong desire to provide compassionate, end-of-life care.
Scotland Health Care System in Laurinburg, North Carolina is proud to be the community's health care system. We are a community owned and controlled not-for-profit organization that includes Scotland Memorial Hospital, Scotland Physicians Network with sixteen medical practices, Scotland Regional Hospice (formerly Hospice of Scotland County), Scotland Family Counseling Center, and Scotland Memorial Foundation.
Here at Scotland Health Care System, we understand that healthcare is evolving. Advances in medicine and strides in technology are providing local communities access to better healthcare. It is our desire to provide you the best care possible. Our staff will be here to help you and your loved ones when the need arises.
Our Beliefs About Our Future:
To successfully accomplish our Mission and Vision our transformation must include creative and innovative changes in what we do and how we do it.
We must change from a hospital and provider-centric model to a patient-centered, ambulatory model.
There will be a continued focus on moving the industry to an increasingly ambulatory based delivery model focused on the health of the individual patient and the overall health of ...the population we serve.
New payment models will incent us to better coordinate our patient’s care along the continuum of services. This includes both how our patients are treated and how their treatment information flows.
New partners, arrangements, and competitors will emerge for us as a result of the new treatment and payment models. We will be strategically advantaged by coordinating access to a comprehensive continuum of care.
Patients and their families will behave more like Consumers, expecting more Value, Convenience, and Access, in addition to caring and compassionate Service.
Limited opportunities to pursue Smart Growth will necessitate us focusing our strategic efforts and resource allocation decisions.
Our Mission, Vision, and Values Statement
Below are our recently adopted new Mission, Vision and Value Statements our Board approved last May based on their beliefs about our future.
The Mission of Scotland Health Care System is to work with our health care partners to create and operate a patient centered, integrated system to provide Safe, High Quality, Compassionate, and Sustainable health care to the people we serve.
Scotland Health Care System will be recognized and chosen by patients and their families throughout our region for the quality and value of services we provide. This value will be demonstrated through the highest level of Quality and Service, along with the Safest environment. We will lead efforts to improve the health and well-being of the citizens in our region.
We accept and are proud of our role as the safety net provider of essential services for our region.
As a community-owned health care system, we believe in transparency and accountability to our community for the decisions we make. These decisions will be made collaboratively and with the utmost integrity.
Our associates, physicians, other providers, and volunteers are our most important assets. We treat each other, along with our patients and families, with care, compassion, dignity and respect at all times.
We carry out all these principles in a financially prudent and sustainable manner to ensure we stay focused on our Mission.