Position assists in planning and coordinating care, gathering data under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Performs treatments/procedures and administers medication within state practice guidelines. Follows-up with other associates, other disciplines, physicians, and others staff members is necessary.
The employee needs to participate in the department’s unit councils and quality improvement programs by identifying, collecting, analyzing, and documenting the results to audits, trials or in using new processes. The employee must attend at least 80% of all staff meetings per each calendar year.
Evaluates and documents each patient's response to medications, interventions, and procedures. Assists in formulation, coordination, and implementation of the patient's Plan of Care based on the assessment of their individual needs.
Complete nursing assessments on individual patients by observation and interaction with patient/significant others to identify physical and psychosocial needs under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
Required to have graduated from an accredited Registered Nursing program and must maintain a current Idaho Professional Nursing license.
1 year of experience is preferred.
Must have and maintain current AHA CPR for Healthcare Providers certification
Basic Dysrhythmia and, ACLS are required within first year of employment and ongoing, along with hospital mandatory’s for employment on Cardiac Care.
The employee will have frequent interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other departments, patients and their families. They must have the sensitivity, maturity, and the ability to communicate with others.
HCA Inc - 10 months ago
HCA dispenses TLC for a profit. HCA Holdings, through HCA, Inc. (Hospital Corporation of America) operates more than 160 acute care,...