Qualification of Registered Nurse Job Lifting requirements may be heavier for specified departments. Must be able to lift 50 pounds, assist with 100 pounds. Must complete hospital General Orientation, Patient Care Orientation and Unit specific orientation as provided and required. Must be a graduate of a School of Nursing. BSN preferred. Must have current CPR
Collaborates with the state and federal regulatory agencies on quality initiatives and provides leadership in the accreditation efforts for the health plan in conjunction with the Medical Director and Health Plan Management.
The registered nurse in the ambulatory care Family Practice setting is responsible for providing competent and comprehensive care to patients and their families throughout the patient’s life span
The nurse needs the appropriate medical knowledge as well as strong interpersonal, influencing and decision making skills.
Reviews documentation and interprets data obtained from clinical records or systems to apply appropriate clinical criteria and policies in line with regulatory and accreditation requirements for member and/or provider issues
The Registered Nurse is responsible for utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the nursing care for a designated group of patients
We currently have thousands of opportunities across all 50 states, in top facilities including magnet, teaching and research hospitals.
This is unique opportunity for a self-starter proficient in consulting, staff development and quality improvement.
In this role you will be responsible for assessing and providing direct nursing care to the residents and supervision of nursing activities performed by Nursing Assistants, State Approved, in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations to ensure that the highest degree of quality care is maintained at all times
We are dedicated to helping patients and families remain comfortable, at peace and in control of their lives during this time and to provide support to survivors after their loss.