The RN Primary Charge Nurse is an experienced clinician who functions at the Proficient stage of Benner¿s model of clinical practice. The Charge Nurse may provide direct patient care effectively and efficiently to a patient assignment which may include patients with varied and complex needs.
Assists preceptor with development of care plan by reporting test results and patient observations.
Performs other tasks as assigned, including environmental services and preparing/transporting patients for diagnostic services.
The nursing and technical staff help produce and evaluate data, images and other information that are used by cardiologists to render medical diagnosis and / or make medical decisions concerning treatment options.
The ICU RN II is a staff nurse, who as an experienced clinician functions at the Competent stage of Benners model of clinical practice. The Critical Care RN II provides direct patient care effectively and efficiently to a patient team which may include patients with varied and complex needs.
Responsible for the delivery of excellence in patient care through assessing, formulating nursing diagnoses and establishing goals, planning and implementing intervention and evaluating patient care outcomes.
Performs accurate and reliable medical record review audits (desk and onsite) to verify if services are supported by clinically appropriate documentation; determine if services were appropriately administered; and/or to validate coding and billing accuracy.
The Registered Nurse provides direct nursing care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols of the healthcare organization. Serves as a primary coordinator of all disciplines for well - coordinated patient care.