The Registered Nurse is a valuable member of the patient care team and responsible for providing patient care in a clinic setting. This includes RN triage to determine patients' needs, performing nursing procedures, assisting provider as needed, and providing patient education.
In this role, the selected candidate selects and administers the appropriate care taking into consideration the age and developmental level and size of the patient; provides a caring relationship that facilitates health and healing. Should be able to identify own limitations and seek resources as needed.
Registered Nurse (PD RN), you 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.
The RN takes primary responsibility for the patients' care as delivered by the Care Team under his/her supervision; work collaboratively with other members of the patient care team to ensure optimal patient care.
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.
In this role, you will provide the highest level of care across one or more of our hospital units and ensure your patients' safety, comfort, and well-being with a patient to nurse ratio typically not more than 2:1.
In this role, you will be under the direction of the RN Nursing Supervisor, Resident Care Director, the Registered Nurse (RN) delivers efficient and effective nursing care while achieving positive clinical outcomes and patient/family satisfaction.
In this role, you provides safe, effective delivery of patient care in compliance with standards outlined in the facility procedure manual, as well as regulations set forth by the company, state, and federal agencies.