The Registered Nurse 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.
The Registered Nurse is a professional who provides and supervises care to individuals and families; utilizing a holistic approach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care.
In this role, you will be responsible for the planning, executing, directing and evaluating direct and indirect nursing care given to the surgical patient and is expected to meet the patients needs utilizing the nursing process and ensuring continuity of care during the surgical experience.
As a Registered Nurse you will constantly be on your toes working in a fast-paced, constantly evolving environment with new challenges to trouble-shoot and overcome. Make the most of your nursing skills to provide the highest level of care to our patients and ensure their safety, comfort, and well-being.
In this role, the selected candidate will work directly with immediate postanesthesia patients in Phase I recovery transitioning the patient to Phase II; monitors airway, cardiac rhythm, neurologic and hemodynamic status and assessment of pain.
The primary purpose of this position is to assist the Home Care Supervisor in planning, organizing, and directing patient care services in accordance with current standards and regulations so that the highest degree of quality care will be maintained at all times.
Actively participates with the adequacy protocol for new admissions. Assist manager to assemble the monthly adequacy team to modify aspects of treatment to correct deficiencies in the dialysis delivery.
The Staff Nurse actively participates in professional role development activities including continuing education, quality assessment and improvement, and the review and clinical application of research findings. The Staff Nurse develops ethically sound practice.
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.