Assists in the development of indicators to assure ongoing monitoring and evaluation of existing processes. Assists in the development of corrective action plans that may include revisions to policies and procedures.
The RN Coordinator is a registered nurse who assists the charge nurse, manager and director with specialty unit function and is responsible for the coordination, direction, and evaluation of patient care for a specialty area and/or service.
The Registered Nurse is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing care given to an assigned group of patients during specific periods of time, utilizing the nursing process.
In this role, you will be responsible to provides staff development expertise in their assigned specialty as an educator, expert clinician, consultant, facilitator, change agent, leader, patient advocate and researcher. Each supports the clinical and professional development of their staff, with a goal of achieving excellence in the delivery of evidence based nursing practice.
This individual will assess patient and document findings, administer medications, as well as assess and address patient/family educational needs regarding end-stage renal disease, dialysis therapy, diet and medications.
The registered nurse employs critical thinking to integrate objective data with knowledge gained from an assessment of the subjective experiences of patients. Registered nurses use this critical thinking process to apply the best available evidence and research data to the processes of diagnosis and treatment.
The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individuals and families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the incumbent provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care.