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DUTIES: The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible and accountable for all elements of the nursing process when providing and/or supervising direct patient care in the Emergency Department. The RN will effectively demonstrate successful nursing practice in the Emergency Department characterized by using sound clinical judgment, and characteristics of emergency nursing practice in assessment/reassessment, analysis, nursing diagnosis, planning of interventions, outcome identification, and evaluation of human responses of individuals to care/treatment; triage and prioritization; emergency operations preparedness, stabilization and resuscitation; crisis intervention for unique patient populations, such as sexual assault survivors and mental health emergencies; provisions of care in uncontrolled or unpredictable environments. Incumbent directs the delivery of nursing care and leadership provided through assignment, delegation and supervision of ancillary staff and through committee participation, patient care and discharge instructional teaching activities, and demonstrated ability to function as a preceptor to other nurses. The incumbent must be a mature, flexible, sensible individual capable of working effectively in stressful situations, able to shift priorities based on patient needs and acuity. The incumbent must be poised and articulate in communicating with people of varied educational levels and varied ethnic backgrounds. Willing to work cooperatively as a member of a team in all assignments. Makes caring for the veteran his/her priority while in the work setting and demonstrates customer service principles in all aspects of work. Self-motivated in the pursuit of meeting professional work standards. Makes caring for the veteran his/her priority while in the work setting and demonstrates customer service principles in all aspects of work. This position potentially requires flexibility in schedule and assignments, as this is a 24/7 hospital. The incumbent is directly responsible to the Nurse Manager; work will be mainly night shift, evening shifts or day shift with rotation to the off tours. All employees are expected to work some holidays and weekends.
RN with at least 1-2 years ER/ICU experience
Critical Care Experience and current Triage training
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