WINTER STAFF - Registered Nurse
St. Lukes Baptist Hospital - San Antonio, TX

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  • Bachelor's Degree Preferred
  • ACLS Required
  • BLS Healthcare Provider Required
  • Must maintain current Texas State Registration
  • NRP Required
  • 2 years experience required
EDUCATION: Graduate of accredited school of nursing

EXPERIENCE: None-Except Dialysis which requires1 year in acute/chronic dialysis

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: Must possess current Texas State License for Registered Nurse. Current BLS-Obtained through approved American Heart Association Training Center or the Military Training Network.

Med/Surg-Behavorial Health-Dialysis

  • Non-Violet Crisis Intervention
Emergency Department - Adult & Pediatrics

Adult ED:
ACLS and PALS NOTE: PALS is not required in Adult ED at North Central Baptist Hospital


ENPC NOTE: ENPC is required in Adult ED at North Central Baptist Hospital

Pediatric ED :



Adult Critical Care - Telemetry - Intermediate Care, PICU and NICU

ACLS required for Adult Critical Care, Telemetry, Intermediate Care units

PALS required for PICU

NRP required for NICU

S.T.A.B.L.E. required for NICU

Nursery, Post Partum, Couplet Care, Gynecology, Pediatrics, L&D/Antepartum

ACLS required for L&D

NRP required for Post Partum, Nursery, Couplet Care and L&D

Fetal Monitoring required for L&D and Antepartum

S.T.A.B.L.E. required for Nursery, Post Partum, Couplet Care, L&D/Antepartum

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have eye/hand/foot coordination, finger/fine dexterity and be able to handle/grip/squeeze. Must be capable of transferring-vertical/horizontal, lifting carrying greater than 35 pounds with assistance and be able to push/pull, stoop/bend, kneel, walk, sit, crouch/squat, stand, hold, flex/position/twist, restrain, and reach.

SUMMARY: Under minimal supervision, provides nursing care for a group of patients assigned to the nurse based on matching the pateints' needs with the nurse' competencies.