InGenesis provides healthcare management and staffing solutions to government, education and corporate clients and is one of America’s fastest-growing independent companies.
2.1 Knowledge of professional care theories, principles,practices, and procedures to
perform nursing assignments of critically Ill patients.
2.2 Knowledge of growth and development, and pathophysiology of disease processes, specific to the critical care unit population to Include all ages of the spectrum from pediatrics to geriatrics.
2.3 Knowledge of a wide range of medical disorders and conditions as appropriate, as seen In critically Ill patients.
2.4 Knowledge of preventative health schedules,procedures, processes and education methods.
2.5 Knowledge of a variety of pharmacological agents used In patient treatment, the desired effects, side effects, and complications of their use to Include knowledge of the administrative requirements for proper documentation of patients condition Including disease progress, acknowledgement of teaching, and follow up care.
2.6 Knowledge of computer operations and proficiency In the use of word processing, spreadsheets, email, patient records, appointments, referrals, and other similar software.
2.7 Coordinates patient care through a continuum and facilitates the achievement of optimal outcomes In relation to care, quality and cost effectiveness
2.8 Participates In the orientation and training of newly assigned personnel.
2.9 Ensures compliance with standards of care and practice.
2.10 Assesses patients.
2.11 Excellent oral communication skills for patient education and telephone triage of patients.
2.12 Conducts in-person assessment/evaluation including the determination of optimal location for patient management (e.g.,ward,home).
2.13 Skilled In setting up and operating specialized medical equipment such as Intravenous (IV) Infusion pumps, cardiac monitoring devices, and oxygen analyzers.
1.1 Have and maintain current certification In Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced
Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) by the
American Heart Association.
1.2 Experience. The nurse shall have at least 24 months of experience within the last
36 months as a trl-quallfied Inpatient Obstetrical Nurse; experience In Nursery, Labor and Delivery, and PostPartum.
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