In this role, you will be performing the nursing process through assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation of safe therapeutic care for patients overt and covert needs and/or complications of treatment during his/her assigned shift.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for safe and appropriate patient care, for providing instruction, direction and supervision to unit staff, serving as a clinical resource for all departments.
In this role, the selected candidate will implement and evaluate the infection control program and activities in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations and The Joint Commission Standards.
In this role, the selected candidate will ensure that all programs for new-employee orientation, preceptor training, our Annual In-service Marathon (AIM) Day nurses technical training, clinical services, and quality initiatives comply with standards.
In this role, you will perform scheduled, un-scheduled and emergency Apheresis treatments and other extra-corporeal therapies (Therapeutic and Donor) in the assigned hospital(s), establishing priority of care.
The Clinical Nurse III is a clinical specialist for his/her unit and is responsible for safe and appropriate patient care, for providing instruction, direction and supervision to unit staff, serving as a clinical resource for all departments.
The Thoracic Oncology Nurse Coordinator will assist patients with cancer and their families and caregivers to overcome some of the healthcare system barriers and provide resources to facilitate informed decision making and timely access to quality health and psychosocial care throughout all phases of the cancer care continuum provide patient education, and obtain or develop oncology-related education materials for patients, staff, and community members as appropriate.
The RN is responsible for supporting efforts to improve clinical and service excellence of patient care provided. RN s must be able to identify and apply care skills appropriate to the specific patient age groups served.
In this role, you will perform the professional functions of a Registered Nurse in assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating the care of patients; coordinate, manage, provide and delegate patient care.
In this role, you will maintain appropriate skill level in the operation of all home dialysis therapy-related equipment, including the ability to troubleshoot equipment problems with the patient via telephone.
In this role, you will ensure compliance with all company and facility approved procedures and policies as well as regulations set forth by state and federal agencies in clinics with more than 100 patients.
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