In this role, you will assess human responses to disease process, illness, and the death and dying process. Identifies health care needs for the patient and their families to provide education and an environment to assist the patient to a comfortable and dignified death. As needed, will provide restorative, supportive and preventative nursing measures to individuals in their home by executing the medical regimen prescribed by a licensed physician.
In this role, you will serve as a role model for professional practice and directs patient flow activity to maintain consistency in patient care. Assists the department manager in the appropriate utilization of material, financial and human resources in the assigned unit.
In this role, you will observe and learn clinical best practices from designated preceptors in a simulation lab and in clients' homes. He / She will develop a network of relationships for ongoing collaboration and support.
The registered nurse assesses plans, organizes, performs, and evaluates nursing activities to meet the needs of the patient. Promotes adaptive responses of patient/family to achieve the highest level of patient care, promote safety, and maximize patient satisfaction.
The Ambulatory RN professional nurse is accountable for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process. The RN assesses, plans, delivers, coordinates, integrates, and evaluates nursing care related to patient needs.
The Critical Care Registered Nurse/Graduate Nurse consistently performs his/her duties demonstrating an understanding of the essential job functions as reflected in the Critical Care Registered Nurse/Graduate Nurse job description, department and hospital policies, and regulatory guidelines.
The Clinical RN is a professional registered nurse who assumes responsibility for the day-to-day supervision and operations of an assigned unit, as well as clinical responsibility for the delivery of patient care.
The Registered Nurse (RN) protects, promotes, and optimizes health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, and the alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response and through advocacy in the care of individuals and families.
In this role, you will assesses outpatient needs and plans, organizes, performs and evaluates nursing activities to meet those needs. Meets the qualifications to provide care for patients in the specific age range of their assigned nursing unit.
In this role, you will be responsible for the assessment of patient and family needs, and the development, implementation and evaluation of an appropriate (goal directed) plan of nursing care, including assessment for the need of aide service.