Job Description: Based on John Muir Health Nursing's Vision of being the innovative leader for the professional role of the registered nurse. Through evidence-based practices and relevant patient care models, the nursing culture will create a compassionate healing environment, ensure interdisciplinary collaboration and foster professional growth and satisfaction. The staff registered nurse (RN) is a licensed professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for planning, delegating, and coordinating the nursing care of a group of patients during a designated time frame utilizing the John Muir Medical Center Standards of Care, ANA's Standards of Practice and Professional Performance, and the California Nurse Practice Act, Title 22, and Title 16. The RN coordinates and provides care through the therapeutic use of self, nursing process, and the environment and technology, in partnership and collaboration with interdisciplinary team members.
Education: Graduate of an Accredited School of Nursing
Required Experience: 6 Months Nursing - Acute Care Preferred 2000 hours Nursing - Emergency Must be Obtained within last 3 years - Core Requirement Certifications/Licensures:
RN Registered Nursing - California Board of Nursing Required BLS Basic Life Support - American Heart Association Required ACLS Advanced Cardiac Life Support - American Heart Association Required PALS Pediatric Adv Life Support - American Heart Association Required or ENPC Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course - Emergency Nurses Association Required Approved Cardiac Rhythm Test - Must Pass at time of hire (Required if hired after 11/15/2018) Required NIHSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale - No Issuing Agency Certification - Achieved by the end of orientation to the assigned area Required NIHSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale - No Issuing Agency Competency - Successful completion on an annual basis Required
Core: Demonstrates competency to manage the entire spectrum of care for patients receiving conscious sedation including but not limited to nerve blocks and cardioversion. Demonstrates competency to triage. Demonstrates competency to manage precipitous deliveries and care for the mother and newborn post-delivery. Demonstrates competency to stabilize critically ill patients prior to disposition including but not limited to acute stroke (thromboembolic and hemorrhagic), acute STEMI, Sepsis, and respiratory distress. Functions competently in the flow and resource roles. Must be able to assume the role of a relief charge nurse.
Work Shift: 08.0 - 07:00 - 15:30 (United States of America) Scheduled Weekly Hours 32
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