AHMC Healthcare

RN-Critical Care ER (PD, Nights) Monterey Park Hospital

Posted Date 4 months ago(5/17/2023 6:29 PM)
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Monterey Park Medical Center
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Monterey Park Hospital, located in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, is searching for a Registered Nurse for our Emergency Department. This is a full time, night shift position. Monterey Park Hospital is a 101 bed acute care community hospital. Monterey Park Hospital has provided our community with advanced medical and culturally sensitive healthcare services for over 50 years. The RN provides care, treatment, counseling and health education to the hospitalized patient. This position reports to the Director of ICU/ER.


The RN will provide care that includes timely triage, physical assessment, treatment, reassessment, discharge planning, and health education to the ED patient. The RN is responsible for planning and coordination of care across the continuum including core measures, contributing to reduction in LOS, active participation with all aspects of quality, safety and performance improvement activities, collaboration with all the members of the multidisciplinary team in providing outstanding customer service to patients, family members, physicians and the public. Meets and exceeds the CDPH, The Joint Commission and other regulatory requirements.


6 months recent ER or critical care experience in an acute general hospital required. Current CA RN License, BLS, ACLS, and PALS required. CPI/AB508 or equivalent within 90 days of hire, transfer, promotion. Completion of critical care training program preferred. Proficiency in both written and oral English.


Additional Information:

All persons offered employment must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 including the COVID Booster, by the date of hire, unless qualified for an exemption for a medical reason or religious belief. Proof of vaccination acceptable to the Facility is required before you may begin work.


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