The Nurses are responsible for assessing, diagnosing, intervening, evaluating, coordinating, and facilitating concentrated care essential during the immediate post anesthetic period for a wide variety of surgical and procedural patient populations.
The RN - Trauma Performance Improvement facilitates obtaining program requirements and goals necessary for a Level I Trauma Center through identification of concerns, finding solutions, collaborating to affect change and planning and developing the organizations Trauma Performance Improvement and Patient Safety (PIPS) Program.
Must be able to perform a range of cardiovascular procedures under limited supervision; must be aware of and consider the psychosocial and confidentiality needs with patients and families when delivering care.
A Clinical Nurse Educator for Wound Care is a professional registered nurse, who as a result of graduate nursing education and in-depth clinical experience possesses advanced knowledge and clinical skills necessary to provide expert patient care.
The RN Coordinator, Telehealth will serve as a clinical resource and develop, implement, evaluate and redesign Telehealth program workflows and measures to ensure optimal integration into the delivery of care and service.
The Nurses will care for infants requiring the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic services, including high frequency oscillatory ventilation, nitric oxide, as well as a wide variety of both medical and surgical issues, including prematurity, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, gastroschisis, omphalocele and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.
The Nurse works very closely with a multidisciplinary team which includes Physicians, Respiratory therapy, Physical therapy, Psychology, Surgeons, Case manager, Social worker and Child life specialists to coordinate a holistic plan of care for the patient and family.