Description Position at Kanad Hospital
Kanad Hospital (formerly known as Oasis Hospital) was established in 1960 by Doctors Pat and Mariam Kennedy at the request of HH Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan. The Kennedys were physicians from the United States whose primary goal was to honor God by providing loving healthcare to those in this region. Ever since our launch, Kanad has been known for its excellent obstetric and pediatric care, and we are proud to be recognized as one of the premier healthcare providers for women and children in the Middle East. We are honored to be the birthplace of many of the leaders of our great nation including HH Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Kanad Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital that strives to diligently follow the teachings of Jesus in the way that we care for women, children, and their families. We have the privilege of being the first hospital established in the Abu Dhabi Emirate and the first private hospital in the Emirate to attain JCI accreditation. Additionally, we are the first hospital in the world to obtain JCI Clinical Care Program Certifications for our treatment program for Respiratory Distress Syndrome in newborns and for our Natural Birth after Cesarean Section program for mothers.
Hope: Healthy communities transformed by the love of the God.
Purpose: To honor God by providing exceptional whole person healthcare to the community with the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
Education: Bachelor degree in Nursing or Associate degree in Nursing from Canada or USA with (Minimum two (2) years course duration) and Successful completion of the National exam:
USA: NCLEX - RN
Canada: Licensing Exam
Experience: Hospital setting experience mandatory. Psychiatry experience shall be preferred
Males who can communicate in some Arabic preferred
Must be DOH passers or DOH Licensed or DOH Exam exempted
- Professional responsibility, performance and practice:
- Accepts responsibility for ensuring that his/her nursing practice and conduct meet the standards of professional, ethical and relevant legislated requirements.
- Demonstrates the ability to apply the principles of cross-cultural knowledge and culturally sensitive skills in implementing culturally congruent nursing care.
- Promotes an environment that enables health consumer safety, independence, quality of life, and health.
- Practices nursing in a manner that the health consumer determines as being culturally safe.
- Evaluates her/his own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statutes, rules, and regulations.
- Management of nursing care:
- Provides planned nursing care to achieve identified outcomes, utilizing appropriate resources to plan and provide nursing services that are safe, effective, and financially responsible.
- Undertakes a comprehensive and accurate nursing assessment of health consumers in a variety of settings.
- Ensure documentation is accurate and maintains confidentiality of information.
- Ensures the health consumer has adequate explanation of the effects, consequences and alternatives of proposed treatment options.
- Acts appropriately to protect oneself and others when faced with unexpected health consumer responses, confrontation, personal threat or other crisis situations.
- Evaluates health consumer’s progress toward expected outcomes in partnership with health consumers.
- Provides health education appropriate to the needs of the health consumer within a nursing framework.
- Reflects upon, and evaluates with peers and experienced nurses, the effectiveness of nursing care.
- Supports, participates in programs for and maintains professional development.
- Attains knowledge and competence that reflects current nursing practice.
- Integrates evidence and research findings into practice.
- Interpersonal relationships:
- Establishes, maintains and concludes therapeutic interpersonal relationships with health consumers.
- Practices nursing in a negotiated partnership with the health consumer where and when possible.
- Communicates effectively with health consumers and members of the health care team.
- Communicates effectively in a variety of formats in all areas of practice.
- Collaborates with the healthcare consumer, family, and others in the conduct of nursing practice.
- Inter-professional healthcare and quality improvement:
- Collaborates and participates with colleagues and members of the healthcare team to facilitate and coordinate care.
- Recognizes and values the roles and skills of all members of the healthcare team in the delivery of care.
- Demonstrates leadership in the professional practice setting and the profession.
- Participates in quality improvement activities to monitor and improve standards of nursing.
- Maintain a professional portfolio.
- Actively engages in ongoing self-directed learning.
- Maintain a current Basic Life Support certificate.