As a Registered Nurse with Valor Healthcare you will enjoy the privilege of providing healthcare of the highest quality to Americas Veterans as part of a Patient Aligned Care Team and will have an active role in developing and implementing a patient care plan.
The NICU Registered Nurse is responsible for planning and providing individual goal directed nursing care that promotes, advocates for, and strives to protect the health, safety and rights of the individual, family and community.
The Clinical Educator is responsible for determining and meeting educational needs, coordinating orientation of new staff, serving as a resource person, providing guidance to other licensed and non-licensed personnel, and serving as the internship liaison for new nurses.
This opportunity affords you the best of both worlds allowing you to provide care to a rehab patient population while having access to all the 24 hour support services an acute hospital provides and a flexible schedule.
The ideal candidate will perform all aspects of patient care, including diagnosis, treatments, and consultation with our transplant patients. As an integral part of our Transplant team will be performing the important task of educating patients about the disease process, transplant evaluation process and post-operative care following transplant.
In this role, you will coordinate transition of care between inpatient and other settings with the practitioner, Healthcare Services (HCS) staff, community based agencies, social workers, hospital/nursing facility discharge planner, and/or other providers as required.
In this role, you will be responsible for decisions and actions within the domain of nursing practice. Important aspects of this responsibility are the promotion of a safe and therapeutic environment for both the recipients and providers of nursing care.
In this role, you will be responsible for delivery of professional nursing care for assigned patients, performs nursing assessments / care plan implementation / implementation of treatment / evaluation of treatment / and discharge planning.
The Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse (ICU RN) is responsible for decisions and actions within the domain of nursing practice. Important aspects of this responsibility are the promotion of a safe and therapeutic environment for both the recipients and providers of nursing care.
Supervise direct patient care, perform patient assessments, develop and administer dialysis plans, analyze patient data, administer medications, fluid therapy/blood products, and other treatments per physician orders.