AHMC Healthcare

  • Registered Nurse

    Posted Date 5 months ago(7/29/2019 5:48 PM)
    Location : Location
    US-CA-San Gabriel
  • Overview

    Assesses patient/family health problems and resources, takes a leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes evaluation of a plan for nursing care provided by the nursing team. Provides technical nursing care and interventions to designated patient populations. This position requires providing service to a one or more age populations including an ill neonate through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.  Admission coordination, make nursing assignments, coordinate shift activities and quality control functions.

    • Applies dressings as ordered or as appropriate to the type of wound.
    • Documents nursing interventions using the FOCUS charting format.
    • Demonstrates knowledge of procedures and post-care.
    • Follows established protocols for patients at high risk for suicide or unpredictable behavior, falls and skin breakdown.
    • Follows appropriate Code Blue notification procedures.
    • Functions in a Code Blue quickly and calmly providing CPR, administering and documenting medications/interventions accurately.
    • Communicates significant changes in patient’s condition/status in a timely manner.
    • Understands actions, side-effects, contra-indications of drugs.
    • Follows five “rights” of medication administration.

    Qualifications

    • Associate degree in Nursing or graduate of an accredited school of Nursing.
    • Current California RN License.
    • Current BLS Card.
    • Current ACLS Card.
    • Bilingual in Spanish, Vietnamese or Chinese (preferred).

    Facility

    San Gabriel Valley Medical Center

    Req ID

    req5056

    Shift

    Days

    Category

    Nursing

    Position Type

    Regular Part-Time

    Department

    NICU

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