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Dover Park Hospice provides care to patients with advanced illnesses.
- The Staff Nurse will provide consultative advice and home care services to patients and family members based on care needs.
- The Staff Nurse will also support families and care givers of patients and work with the rest of the multi-disciplinary team to provide symptom management, nursing care, psychological, emotional and spiritual care.
• *Responsibilities**
- To uphold and maintain the philosophy and objectives of patient care in DPH.
- To uphold nursing standards for patients admitted to homecare as well as care for families and loved ones.
- To coordinate teamwork in total patient care with all members of the homecare team in DPH in order to deliver quality care and service to patients and families.
- To work in collaboration with the Advanced Practice Nurse, NC/NM/NE and other nursing staff as appropriate to put in place clinical processes that are conducive to the maintenance and improvement of standards of... nursing care in Home Care.
- To ensure accuracy of all documentations related to patient care in iHMS.
- To ensure holistic assessment of patients in DPH Home Care and their families and caregivers in order to formulate a core plan.
- To work with the rest of multi-discipline team to ensure that the holistic needs of the patients and their caregivers are met.
- To have knowledge of all equipment in use in DPH as well as be responsible for the use of equipment for patients in Home Care.
- To be part of the nursing teaching faculty at DPH as required and to be part of the process of quality improvement through review of care processes, active participation and/or leadership in projects as required.
- Must be committed to upgrade knowledge and skills in palliative care nursing by attending seminars, in-service and external education.
• *Job Specifications**
- State Registered Nurse with minimum 5 years of nursing experience in acute care setting, and 3 years as a staff nurse in a palliative care setting.
- Post-Basic training in Palliative Care Nursing is preferred.
- Training in lean methodology, audit and research is preferred.
- Ability to speak a second language or dialect(s).
- Mature, dynamic, and self-motivated.
- Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Self-directed with the ability to work with little supervision.
- Comply with accepted professional standards and practices.
- Possess satisfactory references from employers and / or professional peers.
- Flexible and cooperative in fulfilling all obligations.
• *Job Types**: Full-time, Permanent
• *Salary**: $2,500.00 - $3,800.00 per month
• *Benefits**:

- Health insurance

Schedule:

- Day shift
- Monday to Friday
• *Experience**:

- Nursing: 1 year (preferred
Singapore

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