The staff RN is a professional caregiver who follows the framework of primary nursing and assumes responsibility and accountability for the care and teaching of groups of patients/families for a designated time frame.
The incumbent provides, coordinates and directs care to individuals and families using a holistic approach. The nursing process is used as a structured mechanism for critical thinking and problem solving in providing effective and appropriate care within a safe and confidential environment from admission to discharge.
Coordinates professional nursing care on operative patients in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit, ICU, and L&D; coordinates care planning with other disciplines; maintains standards of professional practice.
The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individuals and families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the incumbent provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery 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 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.
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$45K to $75K -Santa Cruz, CA
In this role, you will perform the nursing process through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of therapeutic care for patients with overt and covert needs in supervised situations, for the adolescent, adult and geriatric patient population.
Assures patients in assigned populations / diagnostic groups receive care that consistently follows evidence-based standards and is in accordance with organizational goals including: core measures, disease - specific care measures, professional standards, and regulatory requirements.