Staff Nurse - RN - 8W - Burn Center - Nights
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At the nation’s largest and busiest burn treatment center, Nursing is a transformative experience. NewYork-Presbyterian’s William Randolph Hearst Burn Center delivers fast-thinking care to over 5,000 patients annually. Our Ivy League, world-renowned facility leverages the newest technology—and the most compassionate care.
Hyberbaric oxygen chamber therapy. New York’s only comprehensive skin bank. These and other novel resources help nurses lead remarkable recoveries. Our fast-paced environment demands high skill—and fosters collegial respect. Nurses arrange multidisciplinary care, maintain airways, guard against infection, manage pain, and provide crucial information to families. We even partner with the New York Firefighters Foundation for community fire prevention and education.
Our intensive care unit, step-down unit and emergency services help patients go from intense trauma to inspiring recovery. With record high patient AND employee satisfaction rates, top nurses continue to join our team. Experience flexible scheduling, nurse autonomy, shared governance and clinical ingenuity. We’re improving quality of life for adults and children across the region – find out how you can Make It Possible in this specialty:
Responsibilities - Weill
Staff Nurse position in the Burn Intensive Care Unit at the Weill Cornell location, caring for both adult and pediatric patients. 12-hour night shifts. At least one year of acute care RN experience required; critical care experience preferred.
A staff nurse is a registered nurse, who in this first level position, coordinates care of assigned patients on a shift. Possesses the qualifications and attributes essential for the provision of safe, efficient and therapeutic nursing care. Works collaboratively with multidisciplinary health care team to optimize team performance. Acts as a patient advocate by addressing individual patient needs. Functions within the standards of practice established by Division of Nursing and American Nurses Association Standards of Clinical Practice. Acts within the policies and procedures of the hospital, division, and clinical department. BSN (strongly preferred), graduate of an approved school of nursing with current RN registration in New York State.
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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital - 13 months ago
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