In this role, you will be responsible for circulating and scrubbing all surgical specialties within the OR department, patient assessment, critical thinking, prioritizing and working closely with peers, surgeons and anesthesia providers.
In this role, you will coordinate timely and accurate patient assessments, interventions and evaluations with supporting documentation in the patients record to assure that desired resident outcomes and standards of patient care are met.
In this role, you will be responsible to educate your patients on how to do their own dialysis from their homes, and you take responsibility for the complete ongoing care of each patient to ensure their treatment stays on track.
In this role, you will maintains surgical services as assigned, in accordance with written policies and in compliance with various regulatory and accrediting agencies and is responsible for quality patient care.
The selected candidate will prepare appropriate medical documentation on all patients, including any case conferences, patient contacts, medication order changes, re-certifications, progress updates, and care plan changes. Prepare visit/shift reports, updates/summarizes patient records, and confers with other health care disciplines in providing optimum patient care.
The selected candidate will provides effective and safe teaching using patient-centered care approach for patient and family to achieve independence with prescribed therapy and care needs through active participation per plan of treatment goals.
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In this role, you will perform therapeutic nursing interventions consistent with the Labor & Delivery unit; this includes the management and care of normal and at-risk maternal patients during labor, birth, recovery and the initial postpartum period for patients.
The selected candidate will be responsible for completing comprehensive nursing assessment of all residents on admission and on an ongoing basis according to state and federal regulations using the nursing process.
As a Staff Registered Nurse (Hemodialysis RN) you see your patients three to four times each week for a few hours at a time; while they receive their treatments. The dialysis lifestyle can be very trying for our patients. By forming relationships with them, our nurses understand each patient's unique needs and help ease some of their burden.
The Surgery RN is responsible for the care and safety of the surgical patient while in the operating room environment, participate in supervision and task delegation to operating room technicians, licensed professional nursing staff and nonprofessional operating room staff members.
Nurses are responsible for providing IV infusion nursing care in the home or ambulatory setting, performing in-hospital discharge assessments and occasional IV hook-ups, teaching patients about their home infusion therapy, and providing ongoing monitoring of their treatment.
In this role, you will assess patient status with patient/family input and identifies age-appropriate patient care needs/problems that includes bio-physical, psycho-social, spiritual, environment, self-care, and educational needs and will serve to focus the provision of nursing care at admission, transfer, and discharge.
In this role, you will deliver quality nursing care to patients through interpersonal contact and provides care and services to allow patients to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and Life Care standards.
The Registered Nurse is responsible to assess, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for assigned patients. The Registered Nurse demonstrates competency in nursing practice as outlined in the Nebraska Nurse Practice Act.