In this role, you will be responsible for the surgery department, emergency department, nursing units, physician offices and outlying facilities to ensure appropriate placement of patients in a timely manner.
The Obstetrical Registered Nurse/Graduate Nurse consistently performs his/her duties demonstrating an understanding of the essential job functions as reflected in the Obstetrical Registered Nurse/Graduate Nurse job description, department and hospital policies, and regulatory guidelines.
In this role, the selected candidate will be
responsible for coordinating the activities of a Orthopedic Specialty Service. Oversees equipment/supply needs. Exhibits a mastery of nursing functions in the specialty service to advise and teach other patient care team members.
The selected candidate will provide nursing services to residents, while promoting the highest level of well-being, as directed by management. Administer medication and treatments according to health care providers" orders and state regulations.
In this role, the selected candidate will be performing assigned duties, including administration of medication, wound care, treatments and procedures; monitoring clients' conditions; reporting changes to Clinical or Client Services Manager.
In this role, you will be responsible for clinical expert liaison between the Institute of Clinical Excellence and Quality and the system hospitals as it pertains to core measure and other improvement activities.
In this role, you will Performs patient vital signs, ECG and other required tests, record patient history, obtain accurate medication list and any information the physician may request to enable him/her to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of the patient.
In this role, you will take patient calls, clean and stock exam rooms, call in prescriptions, coordinate supply levels, pre-certify patient's medical services and assist with other day-to-day operations of the office.
In this role, the selected candidate will actively solicits and records feedback from referring physicians and their staff; develops recommendations for improving program operations to better meet their needs.
The Clinical Nurse II provides direct care to patients who may range in age from infancy to the elderly and demonstrates competency within the domains of clinical judgment and decision-making, nurse-patient/family relationship, clinical leadership, and clinical scholarship.