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RN Emergency Department FT Midshift

2020-09-09
  • Organization

  • Longview Regional Medical Center Longview Regional Medical Center

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  • Full Time

Job Description

Responsible for planning, supervising and evaluating the nursing care of patients and for correlating the nursing process, the medical plan of care and policies. Also responsible for chart reviews, entering and reconciliation of charges, compiling data and reports as directed. Maintains the ER cleanliness, room turn over, & supplies. Works diligently towards the comfort and well being of patients and their families. Minimizing patient wait times by triaging patients at bedside as needed. Reports to shift Charge Nurse and Emergency Department Supervisor/Director. Responsible for nursing technicians, licensed practical nurses, graduate practical nurses, graduate nurses or registered nurses who may be working under or precepting under staff RN

The Registered Nurse shall be responsible for planning, supervising and evaluating the nursing care of patients and for correlating the nursing process, the medical plan of care and policies. The RN is also responsible for chart reviews, entering and reconciliation of charges, compiling data and reports as directed. Maintains the ER to ensure prompt treatment of patients. Works diligently towards the comfort and well being of patients and their families. Works towards minimizing patient wait times by triaging patients at bedside as needed.   Reports to shift Charge Nurse and Emergency Department Supervisor/Director.  Responsible for nursing technicians, licensed practical nurses, graduate practical nurses, graduate nurses or registered nurses who may be working under or precepting under staff RN. Responsible for all shift staff on the unit when fulfilling relief charge nurse role.  Responsible for demonstrating ethical and appropriate clinical behavior while continually assuring the patient’s dignity, privacy and rights in respect to the population and any other care specific needs of the patient.

Experience:

Clinical experience, advanced education, degrees, and certification are desired.

Licenses/Certificates:

Current RN license valid to work in the State of Texas

Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS

Current ACLS, PALS, ENPC and TNCC or must obtain ACLS within 9 months of hire or transfer, PALS or ENPC and TNCC within 12 months via this facility’s program

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