Community Medical Center, an affiliate of the Saint Barnabas Health Care System, is a 587-bed, fully accredited acute care hospital offering area residents world-class medical treatment with the comforts of hometown care. Opened in 1961, CMC has evolved into the state’s largest non-teaching hospital and Ocean County’s largest and most active healthcare facility—caring for over 28,000 inpatients, 127,700 outpatients and 91,900 emergency department patients each year
Organize and administers individualized age specific professional care to patients within an assigned unit of the hospital in support of medical care. Provides nursing care as directed by medical staff and in accordance with the objectives, policies and procedures of the hospital and the State Nurse Practice Act. Maintains the standards of nursing care as established. Participates in patient teaching and discharge planning. Participates in unit Quality Improvement evaluation activities. Uses an understanding of the principles of growth and development to assess each patient’s age specific needs and provide age specific treatment.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred.. Current New Jersey licensure required. BLS Healthcare Provider preferred. Additional experience required based upon specific department needs
At Community Medical Center, you will find a progressive healthcare organization offering a comprehensive array of wellness and medical services including world-class cancer, diabetes, emergency, and cardiac care. We are one of the area’s most trusted providers of maternal and child health services, offering superior obstetric services, a Level 2 special care nursery, and a dedicated pediatric unit. We maintain award-winning centers of excellence for women, children and seniors. The centers offer support groups in addition to fitness and wellness programs, to enhance the overall health of every member of our community.
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