3 months – 1 year
- Plans and coordinates care and follow-up with other associates, other departments, physician and others as necessary.
- Serves as a liaison between the patient, family and physicians.
- Follows State Nursing practice guidelines and hospital policies and procedures.
- Assures that the highest degree of quality patient care is maintained at all times. Integrates the mission, values and ethics of the corporation, hospital and nursing department into daily interaction with the population served.
- Provides pre-operative and discharge education to patients’ that is accurate and appropriate for patient needs that will enhance patients understanding and maximize patient care and safety outside of the facility.
- Demonstrates and performs data collection and assessments of patients of all ages, pediatric through geriatric, for identification of potential risks/barriers in providing the best peri-operative experience.
- Requires knowledge of growth and developmental needs of patients and families. Must recognize and respond to the behaviors of patients and families in each age category and be able to demonstrate the special skills required to care for patients and their families according to standards.
- Cares for and supervises care for patients in the following specific age groups:
1 – 12 years
13 – 18 years
19 – 64 years
Licensure / Certification:
Current Idaho State Nursing license and AHA CPR for Healthcare certification and hospital mandatories.
: Graduation from an accredited Nursing program.
Experience / Abilities:
Prefer one year of medical/surgical nursing, keyboarding, professionalism, critical thinking and common sense, flexibility, communicate clearly and concisely, honesty, willingness to serve, clean and organized and service oriented. Excellent charting documentation skills, phlebotomy and EKG administration.
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