RN Interventional Radiology part time days

ID 2023-20429
Moses Cone Hospital
Work Location
Division : Name
Moses Cone Hospital
Department : Name
MHC - Radiology Admin
Position Sub-Category
Position Type
Benefit Eligible (12-39 hours/week)
Employment Type
Workforce Status
Work Hours
Provider Schedule (specific schedule)
Varies, day shift
On call Required
Sub Category
RN - Other


Our Interventional Radiology (IR) nurses service the Greensboro Market which includes Wesley Long Hospital and Moses Cone Hospital.  Nursing care is provided to patients requiring imaging procedures with a focus on patients that primarily need to receive moderate sedation. These procedures routinely take place in Interventional Radiology (8 bay suite), Cat Scan and Ultrasound units.

 This is a fast-paced procedural area with remarkable team collaboration and diversity. Superior Management team which fosters open communication, increased knowledge and skills for RN’s based on individual career goals.

 If you are looking for a team that “has your back” and caring management, then look no further.

 Experience the Cone Health difference of “We are right here with you”.  Every day our commitment to caring for each other, our patients and our communities will reward you with a feeling of accomplishment and bring a smile to your face.  

Our recruiting team welcomes speaking with you and learning how we can be right here with you while you consider career options within the Award-Winning Cone Health System.

Talent Pool: Nursing



Collects and analyzes patient significant other data. Completes and documents pre-procedural and ongoing assessment to include collaboration with patients, significant others and other health care providers. Implements a plan of care for each patient (utilizing clinical pathways where applicable) and individualizes to meet the age specific needs of patients/significant others. Identifies variances and makes adjustments in the plan of care based on evaluation of the plan and effectiveness of nursing interventions. Documents and updates the plan of care, nursing care, nursing interventions and patient response to care, and keeps healthcare team, patients and significant other informed. Contributes to the discharge plan by identifying homecare needs. Recognizes changes in patients conditions and revises the plan of care appropriately. Demonstrates advanced competencies and critical thinking skills in day-to-day practice. Identifies and implements educational needs for patients/significant others. Ability to pull sheaths, applying direct pressure to groin. Hemodynamic monitoring. Recognizes cardiac rhythms. Monitor/titrates vasoactive drips and sedative agents and analgesia. Possibility of circulating, retrieving supplies and scrub duties.
Demonstrates effective conflict resolution/negotiation skills. Promotes positive, supportive, and professional work environment free of disruptive behavior. Practices, in all professional relationships, with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth and uniqueness of every individual. Follows Chain of Command for assistance with issues related to unresolved/problem-solving and/or conflict resolution. Provides, seeks and receives constructive feedback. Provides peer to peer feedback and seeks mediation as necessary. Promotes effective conflict resolution.
Establishes a caring and therapeutic nurse/healthcare team/patient/significant other relationships. Recognizes communication barriers, identifies resources and establishes plans to resolve barriers to communication. Demonstrates respect for diversity and cultural differences in patient/significant others related to age, ethnicity, gender, religion, socioeconomics, education, personality, or other unique variable. Formulate individualized plans to address individual needs related to diversity, cultural difference or other unique variables. Advocates for the patient/significant other. Demonstrates skillful responses to customer needs based on particular context of the situation. Communicates and coordinates with PA/MD. Follows up and reports significant data to MD regarding patient care and the potential for the procedure.
Supervises other members of the team. Contributes to a supportive and healthy work environment. Holds self and others accountable for complying with policies, procedures and standards. Participates in learning needs assessments. Provides input into and supports the precepting and mentoring process. Delegates appropriate tasks to support staff, ensure completion of delegated tasks and provides feedback as needed. Demonstrates team spirit and collegiality. Supervises select personnel in performance/patient care. Manage flow of OP/IP care transports.
Supports an environment of evidence-based practice/research/quality improvement. Demonstrates knowledge of Shared Governance
accountabilities and principles, supports DSGC directly as a council member or indirectly by keeping informed of council activities/supporting council decisions, brings forth issues to council. Demonstrates knowledge of how to access reference documents containing policies, procedures, standards, and additional resources. Participates in QI/Research activities based on role and major work activities as outlined in the research point system guidelines. Demonstrates knowledge of department QI plan. Demonstrates understanding of resource management and implements opportunities. Collects QI data and participates in analysis and action plan development, incorporates changes into practice. Facilitates ongoing activities to meet and adhere to regulatory standards (TJC, DFS, OSHA).



Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)


Minimum one (1) year of Critical Care, Emergency Dept, PCU, Step Down, ICU, or Procedural nursing experience


RN ? Registered Nurse licensed in North Carolina or a Compact state
BLS (CPR) - American Red Cross or AHA Healthcare Provider
ACLS - American Red Cross or AHA Healthcare Provider
Drivers License | Valid Drivers License
NIH Stroke Scale
Modified Rankin Scale
**ANNIE PENN HOSPITAL ONLY (for nurses functioning in the emergency response nurse role): Pediatric Life Support Certification, national certification in Critical Care or Emergency Nursing preferred.**


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