County of Riverside 178 reviews - Moreno Valley, CA

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The Riverside County Regional Medical Center in Moreno Valley is currently recruiting for RNs with experience in the EMERGENCY ROOM / EMERGENCY DEPT. ONE YEAR experience is required. This is the ideal opportunity for Licensed California Registered Nurses to obtain a secure and exciting career with an organization dedicated to the success of their employees.
  • 439 Licensed Private Beds
  • Acute Care Facility
  • Adult and Pediatric Level II Trauma Center
  • Teaching Facility
As one of the largest employers in Southern California, the County of Riverside offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes $612 - $712/ month to cover insurance premiums; $5 per hour night shift differential, $2 or $4 specialty differential. Please continue reading for further position information and instructions on how to apply.


  • Retirement after 5 years
  • Matched Social Security Deductions
  • Shift Differential Pay - Evenings $2 per hour & Nights $5 per hour
  • Specialty Differential Pay - $2 to $4 per hour
  • 12 paid Holidays per year
  • $612-$712 monthly in Flex Benefits to be used for Medical, Dental and Vision
  • Vacation & Sick Leave earned bi-weekly and can be rolled over from year to year & much more!!!!
  • We offer 12-hour shifts
The Emergency Department is comprised of 41 treatment areas. There are 6 acute trauma beds, 3 acute cardiac beds, and 6 other monitored beds for acute patients. The 25 general exam rooms include a decontamination room, security rooms, an ENT, cast room, as well as a forensic exam room. The ED is open 24/7. This ED sees about 64,000 patients annually - approximately 175 patients in 24 hours.

As a Level II trauma center, the unit staff are supported by the trauma, medical, and neurosurgery services. The staff receives training and education in the management of the unstable patient, modes of pharmacological treatment, utilizing mechanical ventilation, invasive hemodynamic monitoring, intracranial pressure monitoring, and other modalities. The nurses experience broad preparation in caring for a wide variety of illnesses, i.e., GI bleed, sepsis, myocardial infarction, arrhythmia, unstable angina, cardiogenic and septic shock, hypertensive crisis, decompensated cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure, renal failure, liver failure, DKA, and respiratory failure. In addition, extensive teaching is provided about various patient populations including adult trauma, neurosurgery, vascular, abdominal, ENT, gynecological and general surgeries.

  • Within the full scope of the nursing process assesses, plans, organizes, and provides nursing care to assigned patients in accordance with physician instructions; makes preliminary observations of and prepares patients for medical treatment.
  • Assists physicians in administering treatments and in performing medical examinations, diagnostic tests and surgical operations.
  • As directed, administers prescribed treatment and medications including dispensing as ordered to patients; charts treatment of patients and records and reports significant changes in condition and general progress of patient.
  • Counsels and advises patients, families, and significant others regarding special medical problems and/or proper health care methods; prepares and maintains concise and complete records and reports.
  • Instructs patients in carrying out physician’s orders; may transcribe physician’s orders to working records.
  • May provide orientation and training to new staff, residents, medical students, ROP and nursing students.
  • May participate in quality assurance reviews; may act as a tem leader or relief charge nurse.
  • Assigns and monitors the work of subordinate nursing personnel; participates in committee activities.
  • May triage patients by reviewing admission charts and merging patients into the patient assignment or clinic flow at the appropriate time and place.
  • May testify in court as to the client’s mental and physical condition; may recommend initiating conservatorship investigations when assigned to the mental health setting.
  • May coordinate and monitor patients through the hospitalization process utilizing physicians, primary care nurses, and third party payors to maintain quality care and fiscal responsibility.
  • May review the post hospital care plan with the patient/family. Establishes a contact regarding time frames and responsibilities. Follows plan through a discharge.
LEVEL II ($25.17 - $31.17)

Experience: Completion of one year of experience as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency room. Evaluations and references must show proficiency of practice as a Registered Nurse.

Education: Graduation from a recognized college with diploma or degree as a Registered Nurse.

License/Certificate: Must possess and maintain a current valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of California.

LEVEL III ($27.27 - $35.63)

Experience: Four years of full time experience as a Registered Nurse with at least one year of ER experience.

Education: Graduation from a recognized college with diploma or degree as a Registered Nurse (a Bachelor's degree in nursing may be considered in lieu of one year of experience) OR National Certification in a nursing specialty or a Masters Degree in Nursing, may be considered in lieu of 1 year of experience.

License/Certificate: Must possess and maintain a current valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of California.

To Apply:
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To speak with a Nurse Recruiter, please call Fabiola Thomas at 951-486-4807 to discuss this great opportunity!

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