Staff Nurse - RN - Emergency Department - Level I Trauma Center
Location: NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
Making it Possible
Make It Possible Ranked #7 in the nation, #1 in New York City in the U.S. News & World Report “America’s Top Hospitals” survey. At NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Emergency Department (ED) nursing is a moment-to-moment, career-transforming experience. Here, ED nurses independently assess conditions and rapidly arrange multidisciplinary care. From hi-tech intervention to community trauma care, our nurses identify challenges, comfort families and organize teams when every second counts. As a designated 911 receiving hospital, our facilities include Level I Trauma Centers for both adult and pediatric patients, a Psychiatric Emergency Receiving Center, a citywide Burn Center and more. We recently broke ground on the state-of-the-art Steven and Alexis Cohen Pediatric Emergency Department, and completed expansion of the NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Emergency Department. Across all campuses, our nurses collaborate with paramedics, physicians and others to use induced hypothermia to digital radiology and other novel techniques. With each innovation, we’re impacting the future of emergency medical care. Here, patient AND employee satisfaction scores are at record highs. Flexible scheduling, collegial respect, and shared governance continue to attract top nursing professionals. Find out how you can help Make It Possible in this specialty:
Responsibilities - Weill
Staff Nurse position in the Emergency Department at the Weill Cornell location, a Level I Trauma Center. 12-hour rotating shifts. At least one year of acute-care RN experience is required; ER or ICU experience is preferred. Current BCLS, ACLS, and PALS certifications are required.
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.
Equal Employment Opportunity
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
Job ID: 708526
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