The PREOP Registered Nurse is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing, and coordinating patient care from pre - admission to discharge. Responsible for the overall achievement of patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, and to provide safe, quality healthcare.
The ideal candidate for the Registered Nurse (RN) position will be compassionate, caring and experienced in developing/implementing the plan of care for each patient, making recommendations for patient interventions, and collaborating with other health care providers to deliver care and document outcomes.
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.
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.
Plan, prioritize, and provide proficient, age-specific and developmentally/specialty appropriate nursing care by applying advanced specialty clinical nursing knowledge and skills and for ensuring the comfort and safety of patients/families.
Demonstrate appropriate knowledge and competence of designated skills identified for position in PACU patient care duties, including the ability to provide for patient care in emergency situations and based upon age - specific needs utilizing a developmental perspective.
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 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.