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Top 50 Registered Nurse Med/Surg Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Registered Nurse Med/Surg. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Registered Nurse Med/Surg resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.0% of Registered Nurse Med/Surg resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Registered Nurse Med/Surg actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Registered Nurse Med/Surg

1. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Maintained critical thinking skills essential to providing competent and dignified patient care.
  • Coordinated the nursing and interdisciplinary team for daily patient care assignments.
  • Coordinate patient care and safety with physicians and ancillary departments.
  • Prioritized and delegated assignments to nursing assistants and student nurses, contributing to a high standard of patient care.
  • Provided direct patient care based on current standards of practice, in addition to assisting and teaching subordinates.
  • Utilize the nursing process to assess, plan, implement, evaluate, and communicate patient care needs.
  • Offered direct patient care to emergency, surgery and medical patients within a 200-bed hospital.
  • Coordinate patient care with physician, physical/occupational therapist, Social Worker, patient and family.
  • Review patient and staff data to measure the effectiveness of patient care we provide.
  • Assigned to provide patient care for up to 10 patients in area 3.
  • Exhibited dedication to quality patient care by providing quality care to each patient.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment and maintained patient flow.
  • Provide direct patient care for medical/ surgical and in-patient hospice patients.
  • Follow electrolyte protocols, Interact with departments regarding patient care.
  • Function as in integral member of the patient care team.
  • Utilize strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care.
  • Performed assessments and prepare patient care plans.
  • Interacted with departments regarding patient care.
  • Prioritized patient care and interacted with healthcare professionals/ family members.
  • Monitor patient care for quality amongst both units.

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2. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Charge nurse responsibilities on medical-surgical floor.
  • Experience in step-down unit, orthopedic unit, delegation, time management, and team leader as charge nurse.
  • Charge Nurse, ensuring bed assignments completed along with census documentation and assisting other staff with nursing duties.
  • Served as clinical leader and charge nurse for groups of personnel rendering nursing care.
  • Charge nurse where split second decision-making skills and nursing judgment come into play.
  • Delegated to charge nurse after 1 year as a new grad RN.
  • Staff Nurse, Post Surgical Care Staff Nurse, Medical-Surgical Charge Nurse.
  • Served in capacity as charge nurse, demonstrating leadership abilities.
  • Direct patient care with charge nurse responsibility 24 bed unit.
  • Served as a Relief Charge Nurse and Preceptor.
  • Charge nurse over high paced surgical units.
  • Served as a charge nurse when needed.
  • Charge Nurse responsibility for a 42-bed unit.
  • Assumed position as charge nurse.
  • Introduced to Charge Nurse duties.
  • Charge nurse for a 32 bed unit.
  • charge nurse as assigned and floated to the post-op floor as needed.
  • Staff nurse Chemo certified Charge nurse experience Preceptor experience
  • upervised nursing aides, LPN's and nursing students that were S in clinicals and was charge nurse as needed.
  • House Supervisor Sub Acute/LTC (Sunbridge) RN Supervisor Sub Acute/Medicare/Rehab (Lifecare) Charge Nurse (Costco Flu Clinics)

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3. Medical Surgical Unit
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Here's how Medical Surgical Unit is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provide care for patients in Medical Surgical Units Medication administration Educational Programs for patients Post Op care
  • Work with health care team to provide safe patient care on medical surgical unit in an acute care hospital.
  • Serve as RN primarily on post-surgical unit, while working on other medical surgical units as needed.
  • Conducted screening, diagnostic treatment and rehabilitative and supportive services as nurse on a medical surgical unit.
  • Worked on Medical Surgical unit for acute care patients as well as telemetry and post operative patients.
  • Worked via Staffing Agency on Medical Surgical Unit performing many of the skills listed above.
  • Delivered care to patients on a 40-bed cardiac medical surgical unit using the nursing process.
  • Involved in hiring process of applicants for Emergency Department and Medical Surgical unit.
  • Direct patient care in a busy 30+ census medical surgical unit.
  • Provide nursing care to patients on the medical surgical unit.
  • Provide care to patients of night shift medical surgical unit.
  • Worked as a Charge Nurse on the Medical Surgical unit.
  • Provide nursing services to patients on a Medical Surgical Unit.
  • Organize and prioritize nursing duties on the medical surgical unit.
  • Charge nurse on a 25 bed medical surgical unit.
  • Staff RN upon graduation on medical surgical unit.
  • Staff nurse Registered Nurse on a medical surgical unit with telemetry capacity.
  • Registered Nurse II, PRN - 3G, Medical Surgical Unit Registered Nurse II - 4B, Cardiac/Renal/Observation Unit.
  • Worked on 24 bed medical surgical unit specializing in treatment and care of adult bariatric patients.
  • Worked at medical surgical unit 3 years, Then transfer to Labor and delivery

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4. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Conduct pulmonary assessments to identify abnormal respiratory patterns or breathing sounds that indicate problems.
  • Addressed health patterns of diverse clients in providing outcome-oriented comprehensive nursing care.
  • Planed holistic care to enhance, modify and support the health patterns of client systems in various environmental contexts.
  • Transitioned from EMT to RN through multiple levels of care to give my nursing experience good foundation.
  • Chair of Unit Based Council on Unit and active member in various Shared governance councils.
  • Charge Nurse: supervised 5 RN's and 5 technicians on a 30-bed medical/surgical unit.
  • Orient new RN's as well as nursing students to medical surgical unit and procedures.
  • Assess learning needs of patients and staff and implements appropriate teaching plan.
  • Report to physicians regarding patient's condition and matters of concern.
  • Deliver a complete range of RN services and expertise.
  • Charge nurse responsible for patient assignments and staffing concerns.
  • Lead and mentor new Navy and Army RN's, LPN's, LPN students, new oncoming RN's.
  • Collaborated effectively with other professionals and significant individuals involved in the patients care, ensuring an integrated pattern of service delivered.
  • Advocated for patient's rights; strived to understand patient's needs and concerns.
  • Worked as a nursing technician until receiving RN licensure in 2004.
  • Prevent newly Transient Ischemic Attack patients from turning into a stroke.
  • Educated mothers about newborn and post-partum care.
  • Used Cerner charting system and Accudose medication dispensing.
  • Assisted Home Health, West Covina, CA Jul 2012 - June 2013 Field RN who does home visits.
  • Update medical charts/histories and provide patient education about medication, healthcare, surgery recovery and wound/burn care.Tracheo and Mechanical Ventilator

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5. Telemetry
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Here's how Telemetry is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Rotated among various clinical specialties including telemetry, medical-surgical, orthopedics, emergency room, geriatrics, rehabilitation, and psychiatry.
  • Provide excellent care to telemetry and medical surgical patients in high-pressure, fast-paced environment.
  • Provide primary care and telemetry monitoring to medical surgical patients.
  • Experience in application and evaluation of telemetry.
  • Led the care of patients within the realm of medical-surgical, telemetry, and telemetry step-down units on a 3-winged floor.
  • Performed care to patients in telemetry and medical-surgical units and excelled as a preceptor for novice nurses and new employees.
  • Direct patient care on a forty-eight bed unit consisting of Medical, Cardiac, Surgical, Telemetry and Respiratory patients.
  • Cross trained in and to float to orthopedics, telemetry, oncology and medical surgical floors.
  • Float to orthopedic, surgical, telemetry, oncology, rehabilitation and mother and baby.
  • Manage a 17 Med-Surg bed telemetry unit and ensure staff is properly trained.
  • Direct care of patients of a 48-bed Telemetry/ Medical Surgical unit.
  • Monitor telemetry and respond to codes.
  • Work on a busy surgical/telemetry floor.
  • Report to physician problematic variance in heart rhythm reported by telemetry technician.
  • Maintain protocols for safety control Maintain protocols for telemetry and Epilepsy
  • Fort Worth, Texas - 560 Bed Acute Care/Level I Trauma Center 01/2010 - 11/2010 Staff RN - Medical/Surgical/Telemetry-Observation Unit
  • Staff Registered Nurse - Med/Surg Telemetry Uni.
  • Assess patients and administer medications Documenting daily patient care Handling telemetry equipment and interpreting monitors
  • float between floors, telemetry, orthopedic, postpartum, neuro, float charge.
  • average nurse to patient ration 1:5 -educated patient and family - Administering medication - initiating IV access -analyzed Telemetry strips

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6. Administer Medications
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Here's how Administer Medications is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Administer medications as prescribed and according to client facility policy, procedures and/or protocols.
  • Administer medications effectively using the 5 rights of medication administration.
  • Prepare and administer medications and treatments.
  • Functioned as charge nurse PRN, conduct narcotic medication count, provide physical assessment & prioritize patient care, administer medications.
  • Perform wound care, start IVs, administer medications, draw labs, etc.
  • Administer medications, infusion therapy, wound care, and implement Physician orders.
  • Administer medications [to include] but not limited to IV therapy.
  • Perform procedures and treatments, and administer medications per MD orders.
  • Administer medications via all routes while monitoring patients for adverse effects.
  • Administer medications, assess for side effects and EPS.
  • Administer medications, while assessing for side effects.
  • Administer medications and provide IV therapy.
  • Administer Medications following the five rights.
  • Administer medications (oral, IM, SQ, IV push, IV piggyback) and blood products.
  • Utilize clinical expertise to remove sutures, administer medications and injections, administer IV therapy, test glucose levels.
  • Administer medications, chemotherapy, biotherapy and IV fluids.
  • Administer medications -Complete Nursing Procedures ordered -Focus on achieving patient/ nursing goals.
  • Administer medications using the principles and practices of bar code medication administration .
  • Assess patients and document nursing care Administer medications and carry out plan of care Alert physician to changes in patient status
  • Administer medications, vasopressor and vasodilator drips, and blood products with careful checking of dosages and avoiding interactions.

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7. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provide care for residents by initiating treatment plans, encouraging independence in activities of daily living and medication administration.
  • Coordinated with physicians, surgeons, and other medical professionals in developing and delivering effective treatment plans.
  • Educated patients and families on treatment plans during and after hospitalization to promote successful recovery
  • Worked with interdisciplinary team members during initial patient assessments and treatment plans.
  • Collaborated and participated with Physicians to develop treatment plans.
  • Evaluate, assess, prepare and implement treatment plans for sick or injured patients providing the highest level of patient care.
  • Collaborate with other health care professionals to develop and revise treatment plans based on identified needs and assessment data.
  • Planned and developed treatment plans for patients in the telemetry unit and oversaw the work of patient care assistants.
  • Evaluate, assess, prepare and implement treatment plans ill or injured patients on a Medical Surgical Unit.
  • Interpreted data and collaborated with the physician in devising urgent or intensive treatment plans.
  • Document patients' treatment plans, interventions, outcomes, or plan revisions.
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with physicians and other health care professionals in treatment plans.
  • Worked with care team on initial patient assessments and treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with physicians and psychiatrists to create treatment plans.
  • Create and implement nursing treatment plans.
  • Participate in development and implementation of individual treatment plans for patients with broad range of medical and psychosocial needs.
  • Serve as a liaison between patients and physicians to assist patients in understanding their treatment plans.
  • Educate patients throughout their hospital stay about diagnosis and Treatment plans utilizing the nursing process.

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8. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Collaborated effectively with an interdisciplinary team of medical and health care professionals.
  • Utilize effective communication skills to establish positive working relationship with members of the health care team members, patients and significant others
  • Collaborated with members of the health care team to meet the complex health care needs of both patients and families.
  • Collected, analyzed, and interpreted data and information from health care members and documents actual and potential nursing diagnoses.
  • Consult and coordinate with health care team members to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care plans.
  • Functioned within the ethical and legal boundaries of nursing practice in a variety of health care settings.
  • Acted as an advocate for all patients, working closely with public agencies and health care providers.
  • Established effective working relationships with members of the health care team, patients, and families.
  • Used thorough assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of client's health care needs.
  • Assessed and coordinated patients' discharge planning needs with members of the health care team.
  • Functioned in a variety of health care settings with a diverse population of patients.
  • Provide evidence-based practice nursing care for patients in collaboration with the health care team.
  • Assisted patients and family members in the education of health care needs.
  • Assess patient's health care needs on a systematic and continuous basis.
  • Educate patients/families of health care condition, medication and discharge planning.
  • Educated patients/families on health care needs, conditions, options etc.
  • Delegated appropriately and coordinated duties of health care team members.
  • Evaluated effectiveness of care given by health care team members.
  • Collaborated with other health care providers to deliver care.
  • Collaborate with health care team on evaluating patients.

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9. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provided quality nursing care to adult patients experiencing general medical conditions or general surgical procedures in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team.
  • Educated patients and families on disease processes, medical-surgical procedures, and therapeutic regimens, including medication and pain management techniques.
  • Monitor patients closely during the post operative period for adverse reactions related to anesthesia or surgical procedures.
  • Assessed patients who had undergone diverse surgical procedures and then developed, implemented and evaluated nursing interventions.
  • Initiated patient education plan, as prescribed by physician and effectively educated patients on surgical procedures.
  • Implement nursing interventions as necessary for assessing patient response to surgical procedures.
  • General nursing care of patient after surgical procedures requiring post-surgical inpatient care.
  • Provided care for up to 7 adult and/or elderly patients with general medical conditions and patients recovering from general surgical procedures.
  • Utilize care plans in caring for medical- surgical patients recovering from major and minor surgical procedures.
  • Educated patients and their families on disease, illness; medical and surgical procedures.
  • Provide patient teaching regarding surgical procedures, medications, and disease conditions.
  • Care for patients with diverse medical condition and post-surgical procedures.
  • Manage care for patients with medical diagnosis and surgical procedures.
  • Assist with medical and minor surgical procedures.
  • Assist physicians with bedside surgical procedures.
  • Performed venipuncture and wound care with special focus on post-up teaching after major/minor surgical procedures.
  • Document patient information obtained from interview and prepare patients for surgical procedures.
  • Prepare patients for any surgical procedures by starting I.V lines, enema, and skin preparation.
  • Assist physicians in pre/post-surgical procedures, patient status checks and follow-up visits.
  • Completed pre and post op surgical procedures.

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10. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provide frequent patient evaluations including monitoring vital signs and perform essential procedures.
  • Obtained patient medical history and vital signs; participated in physical examinations.
  • Monitor, record, and report symptoms, medical information, vital signs, and changes in patient's conditions.
  • Performed blood draws, blood transfusions, and IV starts; assessed and monitored vital signs; and more.
  • Initiated IV therapy; administered medication as needed; monitored vital signs and patient response; modified treatment accordingly.
  • Performed head to toe assessments, monitored vital signs and labs and notified providers appropriately of anomalies.
  • Obtained vital signs, administered medications, assisted with ADL's and wound care as prescribed
  • Perform thorough assessments, monitoring changes in patient's condition via vital signs and labs.
  • Administered prescribed medications, changed dressings, cleaned wounds, and monitored vital signs.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Administered prescribed medications, performed wound care, monitored vital signs.
  • Monitor vital signs closely post-op to assure of no significant changes.
  • Monitor vital signs of patients admitted directly from surgery.
  • Record patients' medical information and vital signs.
  • Assess patients and obtain vital signs.
  • Administer Intravenous Fluids, ordered medications, follow up with laboratory wok outs Monitor vital signs, provide frequent patient evaluations.
  • Assess and provide direct care to patient by taking vital signs, medication administration, wound care and teaching.
  • General care of pre and post op patients, telemetry patients and general medical patients Vital signs, medications and proper documentation
  • Monitored Vital signs Lab Draws and analysis Management of Pre-operative and Post-operative patients.
  • Administer medications * Perform patient assessments * Carry out Doctor's orders * Monitor vital signs

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11. Physician Orders
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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Administered medications and procedures per physician orders; provided patient education on health promotion, disease management, and medications.
  • Interacted with other departments and hospital personnel guaranteeing physician orders were followed through in an appropriate turn-around time.
  • Receive and transcribe/enter physician orders within established policies.
  • Assisted physicians with procedures and followed physician orders.
  • Implemented physician orders accurately within appropriate time frames.
  • Followed Physician orders and maintained accurate documentation.
  • Carry out physician orders and medicine administration.
  • Verify physician orders and patient consent authorization.
  • Transcribed and initiated physician orders.
  • Transcribed and implemented physician orders.
  • Performed a variety of nursing skills in compliance with physician orders and established Hospital Policies and procedures.
  • Monitored patient for acute changes; notified doctors, and carried out physician orders per hospital policy.
  • Adhere to protocols, verify physician orders, and notify physicians of any changes in patient status.
  • Provide care based on physician orders and the nursing plan of care.
  • Administered correct IV, IV and PO medication following physician orders.
  • Reviewed and implemented physician orders daily for up to six patients.
  • Carried out physician orders and noted charts.
  • Received and carried out physician orders.
  • Handled pre-op and post-op care while carrying out physician orders, assessments, and documentation.
  • Assess patients and notify physicians of clinical changes Medications and Treatments administration as per physician orders Computerized charting system

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12. Oncology
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Here's how Oncology is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Monitored oncology laboratory work and administered injections per physician order and protocol.
  • Provided chemotherapy and symptom management for the adult oncology patient population.
  • Provide safe and compassionate care to patients on the Oncology/Medical-Surgical unit.
  • Provided care for post-surgical, pediatric, telemetry, respiratory and oncology patients and their families.
  • Worked as a staff nurse on fast paced Med-Surgical (Oncology/Endocrinology) floor with 180 beds
  • Floated to medical, surgical, oncology, renal, and orthopedic floors.
  • Provide care to oncology, infectious diseases, neurology, and surgical patients.
  • Helped facilitate schedules and keep up to date information with oncology patients.
  • Provided care for pediatric, medical, surgical, and oncology patients.
  • Provide nursing care on a 45 bed, oncology based floor.
  • Provide nursing care to medical, surgical, and oncology patients.
  • Experience on Cardiac, Oncology and Neurology units.
  • Worked on Medical Surgical and Oncology unit.
  • Worked with oncology and surgical patients.
  • Served as primary RN caring for patients with hematology/oncology and other medical /surgical conditions * 5/88-5/90 Student Nurse Technician
  • Provided bedside care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients on cardiac, oncology, respiratory, and medical-surgical floors.
  • direct patient care; hospice; telemetry; oncology; post op; served as preceptor to new nurses
  • Provided direct care to oncology, medical, pre- and post-surgical patients within a 36-bed unit.
  • Experienced to meet the complex physical and psychosocial needs of oncology patients during the pre- and post-operative period.
  • Care experience during St. Anne's employment Oncology care experience during St. Anne's employment

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13. Disease Process
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Here's how Disease Process is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Educated patients and caregivers regarding disease processes, medication and pain management techniques.
  • Provided patient education regarding disease processes, procedures and therapeutic regimens.
  • Educate patients and families regarding disease process, individual care needs, wellness, and safety issues.
  • Educated patients on procedures, disease processes, medications, wound care, nutrition and diet.
  • Educated patients and/or caregivers on disease processes, how to become independent of outside medical assistance.
  • Educated patients and families on disease processes, procedures and other aspects of therapeutic regimes.
  • Educate patients and caregivers on diagnosis, treatment options, and disease process and self-management.
  • Assessed patient knowledge and educated patients on disease processes, health maintenance and medications.
  • Specialized in caring for the Oncology population during all phases of their disease process.
  • Provide education to patients/significant others/families of their disease process and plan of care.
  • Educated patients on disease processes, medications, procedures, and medical/nursing interventions.
  • Educate or inform Patients/ Families about Disease processes, and Diagnostic procedures.
  • Educate patients and patient families on the disease process and treatment plan.
  • Provide patient instruction and education of the disease process and interventions.
  • Educated patients about their disease process, medications and treatments.
  • Educated patient and family on surgical and disease process.
  • Educated patients & families regarding diagnosis & disease processes.
  • Educated patients about procedures and disease processes.
  • Educated patients on disease processes and medications.
  • Educate patients and family members in regards to disease processes.

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14. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Registered Nurse, Medical/Surgical ICU, East Harry Campus * Provide exemplary total care to critical patients.
  • Provide direct and individualized nursing care to high acuity ICU step down/geriatric patients using nursing process.
  • Work in the ED, ICU, Telemetry & OB units when additional staffing is needed.
  • Collaborated with nurse, MD and rapid response teams for patient transfers to ICU.
  • Experience floating to Surgical, Pulmonary, NICU and Medical Behavioral Units
  • Cross-trained to float to Rehab, ICU, and OB occasionally.
  • Floated and took on-the-job training sessions for cardiac ICU unit.
  • Participated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) sabbatical.
  • Floated to ICU and Emergency Room on weekly basis.
  • Charge nurse on ICU and medical surgical floor.
  • Managed care of critically ill patient in SICU.
  • Received orientation to the ICU as well.
  • Floated to ICU and ER as needed.
  • Implement patient care for up to 5 post-op surgical pts., pediatric patients or responsible for 2-3 ICU patients.
  • Manage and give patient care to multicultural patients with co-morbidities in the Med-Surg environment.
  • rotated between surgical floors and ICU
  • Direct or supervise less-skilled nursing or healthcare personnel or supervise a particular unit.
  • Worked as RN & RM in Med/Surg Unit, ICU L&D, Post Partum Unit, & Pediatric Unit.
  • Provide routine treatment and post-surgical care Medication administration Float between medical/surgical unit and ICU Fill in for charge nurse
  • Initiated and implemented a system wide project "Bedside reference for common intravenous ICU/CCU drugs."

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15. Pain Management
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Here's how Pain Management is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Organized pain management control in coordination with the pain management and complementary and integrative therapy teams.
  • Performed accurate assessments and frequent patient monitoring, including vital signs and pain management.
  • Reevaluated analgesic medication regimen with pain management team for the orthopedic population.
  • Assisted physicians with pain management procedures.
  • Educated patients and their families on broad aspects of therapeutic regimens, including medication and pain management technique.
  • Educated patients and families in areas of disease process, prevention, medication, and pain management techniques
  • Provided pain management, patient comfort, and support of families during end of life care.
  • Assessed patient and maintained pain management for each patient's individual need.
  • Provide pain management therapy, develop and manage nursing care plans.
  • Provide post-operative assessments, pain management, and wound monitoring.
  • Assess level of pain and help achieve pain management.
  • Pain management, MD notification, order processing.
  • Pain management, palliative, and hospice care.
  • Assisted with lifting and repositioning patients, pain management with environmental and medicinal aspects.
  • Monitored post-operative vital signs, administered prescribed medications, pain management, dressing changes, delegated tasks to CNAs.
  • Serve as Staff RN in Ambulatory Clinic, providing providing post-operative assessment /care teaching, including pain management.
  • Care for wounds, pain management, doing emergency procedures and give training to new member.
  • Co-led task force addressing issues resulting from ED to bed workflow and pain management resource transfer.
  • Provided care for med/surg patients, post-op care, education, pain management, and chemotherapy.
  • Designed, implemented and evaluated the appropriate course of pain medication and pain management modalities for each individual patient.

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16. LPN
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Here's how LPN is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Serve as Team Leader of the nursing care team providing daily direction and guidance of LPNs and other nursing staff.
  • Delegate to LPN's, CNA's and educate residents and their families.
  • Provided supervision to LPNs, nurses aides, unit clerk in the team.
  • Supervised LPN and CNA and served as a preceptor/mentor to first-year nursing students.
  • Supervised LPN and Health Care Techs while performing Charge Nurse Duties.
  • Started as an LPN and was advanced to Staff RN.
  • Supervised and instructed LPN and Patient Care Assistants.
  • Charge Nurse to LPN's and unlicensed personal.
  • ProMed Minor Emergency Center - LPN for 6 years
  • Delegated tasks to LPNs and unlicensed personnel.
  • Supervised LPN's and Nursing Assistants.
  • Delegated tasks to UAP's and LPN's.
  • Supervised LPN's and CNA's.
  • Direct patient care, medications, and treatments for medical patients Responsible for direction and supervision of LPN's and CNA's
  • Managed 34- bed unit with 10-15 caregivers, including RNs, LPNs, travel nurses and nurse's aides.
  • Provided assistance to Nurse Managers in the supervision of LPNs and CNAs
  • Delegated and oversaw treatment workload to CNAs/LPNs.
  • Oversee LPN's, IVP meds, blood transfusions and focal assess each patient on the unit.
  • Staff RN - Emergency Room / Mobile Intensive Care Transport Trained LPNs and RNs in emergency room procedures.
  • Supervised certified nursing assistants and LPN's Awarded Certificate for Excellence in Nursing.

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17. Acute Care
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Here's how Acute Care is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Cared for patients on a 21-bed medical-surgical/oncology acute care unit in community hospital.
  • Floated to progressive/acute care units regularly for staffing needs and overtime.
  • Provided skilled nursing in long-term acute care facilities
  • Provided professional nursing care utilizing the nursing process in ensuring safe and competent quality care on a busy acute care unit.
  • Take Leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes of Nursing Care Plan in the Acute Care Telemetry setting.
  • Registered Nurse on post operative, medical, surgical, and neurology floors of an acute care medical center.
  • Provide RN planning and care based on the nursing process for patients in a long-term acute care setting.
  • Worked with multidisciplinary team to manage care of in-patient medical and surgical patients in an acute care setting
  • Provided primary nursing care to patients on Medical Surgical Unit in acute care hospital.
  • Provided nursing care for a diverse patient load in an acute care setting.
  • Provided care for up 7 acute care patients in the medical-surgical setting.
  • Provided care for medical and post-surgical patients in an acute care setting.
  • Implement the Nursing Process Managing 5-7 patients in an acute care environment.
  • Staff nurse on medical surgical floor in acute care setting.
  • Provided proficient nursing care in the acute care setting.
  • Delivered excellent patient-centric bedside nursing in an acute care setting.
  • Provided bedside nursing care for an assigned group of patients on a Med/Surg unit in an acute care hospital.
  • Collaborated with other healthcare professionals to plan, manage, and assess patient treatment in acute care.
  • included nursing care of surgical/medical male and female patients in an acute care hospital.
  • Served as a primary nurse for pre/post sergery patients as well as medical patients in acute care setting.

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  • Assess patient needs and monitor vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, temp, and blood sugar).
  • Blood pressure checks were provided.
  • pain, blood pressure, etc.

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19. Blood Products
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Here's how Blood Products is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Administered oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, and intravenous medications, including antibiotics and blood products.
  • Administered medications and blood products safely and effectively.
  • Administered chemotherapy and blood products to pediatric patients.
  • Administer Chemo-therapy agents, antibiotics and blood products.
  • Managed care for 5-7 patients per shift administering medications, chemotherapy, blood products, and carryout various clinical duties at bedside
  • Assisted with central line insertion, hang blood products, monitor transfusion reactions, and obtain intravenous access.
  • Administered blood and blood products, monitored patients for signs and symptoms related to transfusion reactions.
  • Administered medications such as IV antibiotics, blood products, and other treatments per MD order.
  • Administer peritoneal dialysis, blood products, IV fluids and medications per hospital policy.
  • Administer blood / blood products and monitor patients for any adverse reactions.
  • Administered chemotherapy, IV fluids or blood products as ordered.
  • Monitor chemotherapy agents, blood products, and IV medications.
  • Administer blood and blood products as ordered.
  • Administer blood and blood products per policy.
  • Administer blood and blood products.
  • Administered medications and started, maintained, and discontinued IV lines for _luids and blood products.
  • care, placement of IV's and care, NG placement/care, administering blood products
  • Managed bed- ridden patients Administered blood and blood products and care of immune compromised patients
  • Administered blood products, intravenous therapy, enteral and parenteral nutrition.
  • Administer blood products, IV solutions, piggy backs, titrate drips, indwelling catheters, and medications.

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20. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provided clinical leadership for other staff members and participate in orientation of new personnel.
  • Participated in quality improvement evaluations for other staff members.
  • Acted as charge nurse for roughly 75% of shifts, overseeing an additional 5-6 staff members, and managing beds.
  • Monitored and maintained patient charts - Assisted in admittance and discharge of patients - Assisted in the orientation of new staff members
  • Work closely with providers and other staff members, professional and non-professional and also ancillary staff within the hospital.
  • Assessed, evaluated and directed nursing care for 2-4 paraprofessional staff members during each shift.
  • Contribute to the smooth functioning of the unit by offering help to other staff members.
  • Improved communication skills with patients, physicians, and other staff members.
  • Provided direct supervision and delegation of care to other nursing staff members.
  • Worked as charge nurse supervising 4-8 professional and 2-4 paraprofessional staff members.
  • Communicate with doctors, family, and other staff members.
  • Collaborated with physicians and other staff members in care planning.
  • Assisted in orientating new staff members to the team.
  • Assist in training new staff members and students.
  • Assisted in the orientation of new staff members.
  • Oriented new staff members to the unit.
  • Charge Nurse responsible for 10-15 staff members.
  • Supervised other staff members as needed.
  • Oriented and mentored new staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members and physicians to coordinate daily plan of care for patients.

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21. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Represented management in CNA union contract bargaining.
  • Provided direct patient care in a team nursing approach with CNA's and LVN's.
  • Provide supervision of CNA Team assigned to provide direct and indirect patient care.
  • Originated role as CNA in April 2011.
  • Oversee CNA's and delegate appropriate tasks.
  • Rotated as Charge Nurse for 4 RN's, 1 LPN and 4 CNA's.
  • Lead a team comprised of RN's, LPN's and CNA's.
  • Team leader over LPN's, CNA's, and students.
  • Assist and delegate duties to LVN and CNA.
  • Directed and supervised the work of CNAs, and promoted and participated in teamwork with physicians and other personnel.
  • Supervised and precepted other nurses and CNA's, employee evaluations, general patient care.
  • Care of Medical and Surgical patients, supervision of LPNs and CNAs on night shift
  • Delegated assignments to LVN and CNAs.
  • Started as CNA in 1987 while working on the Med/Surg floor.
  • Worked closely with other RNs, doctors, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, and CNAs to create a teamwork-friendly environment.
  • Case Manager - Supervised and managed nursing team of RNs, LPNs, and CNAs to provide care for Hospice patients
  • Supervised LVNs and CNAs as team leader and mentor.
  • Supervised 4-6 RN/LVNs, unit clerk, 2 CNAs and other team members on a very fast paced 29 bed Med/Surg.
  • Supervised all LVNs, CNAs, and NAs on a 30-40 bed Medical/Surgical unit.
  • Provided direct care to post-op patients supervised RNs, LVNs and CNAs Administered medications and treatments Floated to medical unit as needed

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22. Picc
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  • Display strong clinical skills with taking vital signs; obtain blood samples from venous access, PICC and central lines.
  • Maintained and care for variety types of lines including peripheral, PICC, CVC, Venous Port.
  • Dressed and cared for wounds, refreshed PICC line/chest tube dressings, and inserted NGT tubes.
  • Performed sterile dressing changes on open wounds, PICC lines, chest tube sites etc.
  • Obtained blood samples from PICC lines and cultures, hung blood and blood products.
  • Managed and administered IVs, PICC lines, CVP lines and surgical/trauma wound treatment.
  • Work with PICC/Mid/Central lines and wound vacs, drains and external pacemakers.
  • Undertake tasks associated with IV, PICC and central line management.
  • Maintained and flushed PICC/Mid/Central lines; GI/NG tubes.
  • Maintained and utilized PICC lines and central lines.
  • Inserted IV's, NG Tube, Foley Catheters, accessed Ports and PICC Lines.
  • Change dressings on PICC, Port and Central lines.
  • Performed PICC Line care Tasks include teaching patient about their medical conditions and monitoring health status.
  • Maintained PICC lines and central lines Provided care for the patient holistically
  • Experience with Mediports, PICC lines and IV insertions.
  • Experience includes: PICC/CVC care, PEG/Jejunostomy care, wound care, suctioning, foley/colostomy care, NG tube care/suctioning.
  • Performed Picc line dressing changes, Foley catheter insertion and removal, oral airways suctioning, and wound care.
  • Administered medications via PIV, PICC, Subclavian, A-Line, IJ, Portacath, oral, etc.
  • Start IV's, insert foley catheters, and perform lab draws via Picc line/Central lines.
  • Direct quality care up to 8 patients *Dialysis *PICC and central line care

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23. NG
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  • Worked closely with the inpatient team to identify discharge-planning issues upon admission.
  • Document all elements of nursing assessment, treatments, medications, discharge instructions, and follow- up care.
  • General nursing of patient with varied diagnosis in internal medicine such as Asthma, Hypertension, Diabetes.
  • Administered primary nursing care on the medical-surgical unit, and rotated assignments throughout the hospital as needed.
  • Direct and supervise less skilled nursing/health care personnel, or supervise a particular unit on one shift.
  • Performed all tasks with a patient-centered focus while seeking opportunities for improvement of processes and treatments.
  • Care, access, and monitoring of central lines including PICC lines and chest port devices.
  • Document overall health status and report changes to applicable physician and/or specialist overseeing patient's care.
  • Provide patient/family education on topics including basic nutrition, care needs, and pain management.
  • Implemented total patient care through a team nursing process covering 10 patients per shift.
  • Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in patients' conditions.
  • Monitor all aspects of patient care, including diet and physical activity.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations and nursing diagnoses.
  • Implement physician orders promptly and provide outstanding patient care.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery.
  • Engage in research activities related to nursing.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing care on Med-Surg/Urology/Bariatric nursing unit.
  • Treated patients with strokes, head traumas, motor vehicle accidents Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care.
  • Participated in continuing education and patient care plan meeting in a multi-specialty care team.
  • Served as Charge Nurse and Preceptor to new onboarding nursing associates.

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24. Post-Operative Care
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  • Provided assessments, post-operative care and skilled interventions for orthopedic/neurological patients.
  • Provided post-operative care to medical, surgical and orthopedic patients.
  • Provided preoperative, inter- operative and post-operative care to patients.
  • Provided preoperative, inter-operative and post-operative care to patients.
  • Provided post-operative care to patients.
  • Handled intravenous lines, IV starts, vital sign monitoring, administered medications, and provided post-operative care and discharge instructions.
  • Assumed all duties as a staff RN involving post-operative care and disease management in populations ranging from pediatric to geriatric patients.
  • Assumed all duties as a staff RN involving post-operative care and disease management of adults and geriatric patient populations.
  • Deliver efficient post-operative care by checking vital sings, dressings, pain, urine output, and IV sites.
  • Manage the care of adult patients with a wide variety of diagnoses and post-operative care.
  • Educate patients on post-operative care, medication use, and medication side effects.
  • Deliver individualized pre- and post-operative care for a variety of surgical clients including neurosurgery, urology and general surgery.
  • Administered pre and post-operative care and education to gynecology/urology patients utilizing hospital protocols.
  • Provide pre-operative and post-operative care.
  • Administer pre and post-operative care for general surgery, GI, GU, orthopedics, podiatry and plastic surgeries.
  • Provided pre & post-operative care for adult, adolescent, postpartum, and geriatric patients.
  • Provide nursing care to medicine and surgical patients, completing pre and post-operative care.
  • Prepared and cared for patients with pre and post-operative care.
  • Provided pre and post-operative care to patients after cardiothoracic and gastrointestinal surgeries.
  • Performed pre-operative and post-operative care and instruction for surgical patients, including cardio surgical patients who were hemodynamically compromised.

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  • Medicate appropriately including PCA machines and monitoring spinal drips.
  • Managed a variety of medical devices including central lines, wound V.A.C., catheters, PCA pumps, arterial sheaths.
  • Worked with stroke and patients various brain injuries assisting with pain control with use of PCA pump.
  • Performed assessments, provided intravenous therapy, complex wound care, and pain management with PCA.
  • Care and management of ports, central lines, PCA pumps, and epidural catheters.
  • Facilitated pain management with the prescribed medications and PCA pump.
  • Assisted with pain management using PCA and epidurals.
  • Monitored post-op vitals set up PCA, fluids.
  • Care for two patients with wound Vac, JP drain, PCA Pump, buck traction.
  • Administered medications, preformed surgical dressing changes, administered PCA meds, administered blood products, discharged and admitted patients.
  • Provide pain management, (pca pump, epidural pump) IV medications, blood transfusion, insertion of IVs.
  • Monitored post-op vitals, set up PCA, fluids, reviewed post-op orders and orient patients to unit.
  • Monitored telemetry, PCA pumps, IV therapy, surgical wounds, placement/management of CPM machines.
  • Deliver direct direction to Patient Care Associates (PCAs) regarding patient care.
  • Used IV, ambulatory, PCA, and enteral feeding pumps.
  • Monitor and set-up PCA pumps, epidurals and insulin gtts.
  • Maintain PCA pumps, Port-a-cath.
  • Use of Alaris infusion pumps, CADD PCA pumps, PYXIS system, and CPSI.
  • Exemplify clinical leadership in delegating tasks amongst nurses and PCAs.
  • Charge Nurse Student Educator Coordinator Self-Scheduling Coordinator -6 week rotation 45 RN's and 4 PCA's Preceptor

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26. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provided direct nursing care and administered medication while maintaining patient medical records.
  • Facilitated EPIC electronic medical records transition and nurse training.
  • Documented patient information and assessment on electronic medical records.
  • Documented patients' information using electronic medical records.
  • Monitor all aspects of patient care, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain accurate and detailed medical records.
  • Provided 24 hour medical records review to update patient care plans, to confirm physician order changes, and completeness.
  • Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records.
  • Adhered wit protocols, norms, rules and regulations in order to maintain complete medical records.
  • Introduced to electronic medical records, and the opportunity to refresh and polish nursing skills.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Chart auditing in electronic medical records to ensure that hospital protocols are being followed.
  • Document all orders, data and activities via electronic medical records system.
  • Perform review of inpatient hospital medical records for Core Measures Data Abstraction.
  • Develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records.
  • Documented nursing procedures, maintained medical records and client status.
  • Maintained medical records, including admission, transfers and discharge.
  • Worked on computer electronic medical records and medication dispensation via Pyxis.
  • Use of Electronic medical records Experience with assessing and caring patients who were positive for MI and strokes.
  • Manage medical records on computers(Kronos systems)
  • Documented nursing procedures, maintained medical records and patient status, maintained a clean, sanitized and safe environment .

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27. Infection Control
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  • Individualized treatment plans, implemented safety and infection control measures.
  • Revised Infection Control Operating Instruction to include smallpox vaccination.
  • Monitored and insured all infection control procedures were followed.
  • Educate patients, families, and caregivers on medication regimen, disease process, diet, infection control, and safety.
  • Served on the Unit Council to address infection control issues and assist with the implementation of new policies and procedures.
  • Maintain a safe and clean environment in compliance with rules and regulations as well as infection control policies.
  • Completed admissions, discharges, administrative work, rapid response, infection control and testing.
  • Maintain compliance with infection control protocol and company, state and federal regulations.
  • Educated staff regarding care and signs and symptoms of phlebitis and infection control.
  • Worked with bed coordinator to ensure room assignments complied with infection control regulations.
  • Adhere to all hospital protocols, regulations, and infection control procedures.
  • Reviewed policies and procedures as a member of the infection control committee.
  • Monitored health and safety compliance and infection control within the unit.
  • Implement infection control technique in aspect of patient interactions.
  • Implement infection control techniques in all patient interactions.
  • Served as Infection Control and OSHA manager.
  • Follow all infection control procedures.
  • Provide care appropriate to the age and specific needs of the patients Implement infection control techniques in all patient interactions.
  • Provided infection control by providing catheter care, performing central line dressings, and wound care dressings and application.
  • Maintain infection control standards at all times.

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28. IV
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  • Practice strong interpersonal and communication skills; collaborate with interdisciplinary team for optimal delivery of patient care.
  • Assessed individual conditions and needs, notifying attending physician of questionable clinical changes.
  • Prepared patients for any procedure operative or diagnostic.
  • Facilitated code blue response until physician arrival.
  • Designed and created bulletin boards and displays for the unit to promote positive work environment and boost morale of patients.
  • Participate in and initiates Quality Assessment and Improvement program activities as applicable to the clinical area.
  • Trained extensively to take appropriate actions in the event of a change in cardiovascular condition.
  • Supervised 5 licensed and 4 unlicensed nursing personnel in the delivery of patient care.
  • Initiated and maintained IV pumps, tubing, flushes, and IV medications.
  • Started IV's, administered medications IV, PICC line.
  • Managed IV drips; Heparin, Insulin, Potassium.
  • Guide and direct patient care delivery of support staff.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing care to adult patients.
  • Performed medical tasks such as IV insertions, medication administration, catherization's, CPR, and wound care.
  • Team leader with ability to create a positive working environment that uplifts patients spirits.
  • Experienced with patient education, pre and post-surgical activities.
  • Performed wet &dry dressings, IV infusions.
  • Provided pre and postoperative nursing care.
  • Completed Bariatric Surgery and Bariatric Sensitivity Training.
  • Delivered care to patients on a busy Med/Surg, GI/GU, Ortho, and Bariatric units.

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29. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality in matters related to patient, family and client facility staff.
  • Maintained patient safety/health within the facility.
  • Experienced a variety of level of care and stabilizing critical patients to transport to nearest more equipped facility.
  • Create and maintains a safe and therapeutic environment for patients, self, co-workers, and facility.
  • Perform nursing care in accordance with the standards of practice set forth by the industry and facility.
  • Implement patient care in accordance with the established policies and procedures of facility.
  • Served in this facility's forensic and secured unit (prison).
  • Discharge patients to home or transfer patients to another unit or facility.
  • Support activities that meet the facility vision, mission and goals.
  • Prepared patient and family for discharge to home or other facility.
  • Insured facility policies and procedures were followed by all staff.
  • Work in assisting patient to proper facility after discharge.
  • Help facilitate safe discharge plan home or facility.
  • Administer prescribed medication using Epic computerized system EMAR for patient documentation Admit and discharge patients per facility protocols.
  • Care of inpatients of a medical/ surgical/ rehabilitative facility.
  • Charge Nurse, Skilled Nursing Facility-Peninsula hospital *Assigned patients and duties for LVN/NA.
  • Experienced with admissions, intra-facility transfers, and discharges.
  • 150-bed Facility Floated between Psych.
  • 440-bed Level I trauma and teaching flagship medical facility for the Intermountain Healthcare system.
  • Position Profile: Provided nursing duties on the Medical Surgical area of the healthcare facility

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30. EKG
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  • Participated in patient-focused care activities such as administering respiratory treatments, tube feeding, performing 12-lead EKG's.
  • Performed EKG's, blood transfusions, IV infusions, IV insertions, NG insertions.
  • Assessed EKG monitoring and communicated any significant changes to care provider and nursing team.
  • Administered pharmacological agents, obtained EKG's, initiated IV, and oxygen therapy.
  • Make appropriate interventions by reading and interpreting telemetry strips and EKG's.
  • Monitor of lab, x-ray, and EKG reporting abnormal results.
  • Placed telemetry unit on patients, with 5 lead EKG.
  • Experience in EKG/Telemetry, IV therapy, and blood transfusions.
  • Completed EKG Training Class with Telemetry Monitoring in 12/13.
  • Monitored EKG changes and notified physicians of clinical changes.
  • Monitor lab, EKG, and radiology reports.
  • Ordered and read lab tests, x-rays, MRI, Ultrasound, and EKG.
  • Analyze and record EKG strips q4hrs.
  • Performed assessments for cardiac and vascular diseases and hemodynamic instability; conducted bedside telemetry and EKG monitoring.
  • Blood glucose monitoring, EKG monitoring/Phlebotomy& cardiac monitoring.
  • Perform glucose checks, bladder scan, and EKGs.
  • Performed or evaluated the results of diagnostic tests such as radiographs (x-rays) and electrocardiograms (EKGs).
  • Generalized patient care in med-surg and telemetry setting and EKG monitoring Assist patient/family with inquires, care, and requests
  • Cared for TELE medsurg patients, interpreted EKG strips,, noted deviations from normal sinus rhythm.
  • Assess admissions and perform discharges and perform hospital transfers Perform venipuncture blood draws and EKG/ECG readings.

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31. Critical Care
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Here's how Critical Care is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Administered various critical care medications safely and knowledgeably.
  • Perform all related critical care procedures during emergencies.
  • Experienced and learned how to calmly handle various critical care situations such as panic lab values and patients with declining conditions.
  • Float as needed to other units including the Emergency Department, Critical Care Unit and Labor and Delivery.
  • Provide care to med-surgical and critical care patients with an emphasis on cardiac and pulmonary disease processes.
  • Assess and treat the critically ill patient in various critical care units in multiple HCA hospitals.
  • Provide comprehensive care for patients who are seriously ill but do not always require critical care.
  • Completed ECCO training (Essentials of Critical Care Orientation) along with other continuing education courses.
  • Worked in the critical care department providing care for patients in these step-down units.
  • Provide critical care to medical and surgical patients in the Intensive Care Unit.
  • Performed all duties necessary for the acute and long term critical care patient.
  • Monitored and provided quality critical care in a 15 bed unit.
  • Display outstanding clinical skills in managing the critical care of patients.
  • Provided critical care for patients with multiple diagnoses.
  • Utilized critical care assessment skills to monitor and provide patient care Followed hospital protocol for Registered Nurse
  • Served as a member of interdisciplinary healthcare teams in providing critical care and performing life-saving interventions.
  • Implemented analytical and critical care during emergency situations.
  • Monitored, evaluated, documented, and troubleshot patients' hemodynamic response and the use of critical care specialty equipment.
  • Completed Critical Care Internship April 2013 * Admit patients into Hospice and care for them on this unit
  • Attended meetings and critical care trainings on IABP, thermal hypothermia, and other.

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32. TPN
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Here's how TPN is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Distributed medications including IV fluids and medication, TPN, narcotics and blood products and properly documented the side effects.
  • Provide medications, IV medications, TPN, blood products, and other treatments and therapies.
  • Administer blood products, IV antibiotics, IV fluids, TPN, and other medications.
  • Administered TPN, oral medications, blood products, peritoneal dialysis, and intravenous medications.
  • Administer medications, TPN, and blood products while reducing potential for errors.
  • Administered blood products, IV heparin Drip, TPN nutrition, narcotics etc.
  • Monitored Heparin drips, administered TPN, Peg Tube and NG feedings.
  • Maintained proper patient nutritional status with tube feeding and TPN procedures.
  • Staff nurse specializing in IV and TPN therapies.
  • Provide basic nutritional intervention, including TPN.
  • Administered blood, TPN and lipids.
  • Experience with Heparin protocol and TPN.
  • Administered NG tube, GT feeding, TPN.
  • Administered medications, IV, TPN, Blood products, CBI, Nebulizer, PEG feedings as per orders.
  • Maintained and utilized central lines for TPN, antibiotics, titrated drips, and blood draws.
  • Blood sugar monitoring, urinary catherizations, wound care, TPN, IV management.
  • Accessed ports, TPN-parenteral nutrition.
  • Performed procedures of intravenous therapy, assistance with chest tube insertion, angiocath insertions, central lines and TPN administrations.
  • Administer medications to include total parenteral nutrition (TPN), antibiotics, blood products, and titrated drips.
  • Administered Amiodarone, TPN, Cardizem, Albumin, Blood Products, etc.

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33. Physical Assessments
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Here's how Physical Assessments is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Practice comprehensive physical assessments, admissions and discharges, medication administration, plan of care development, and patient/family education.
  • Conducted individualized neonatal and pediatric physical assessments; collaborated with interdisciplinary team to develop patient specific plan of care.
  • Performed thorough physical assessments on diverse patient populations transferred directly from ER or through direct patient admission.
  • Performed physical assessments, administered medications, IV fluids and monitor recovery.
  • Performed physical assessments, administer medications, initiate and maintain IV therapy.
  • Perform physical assessments, administer medications/IV fluids, and monitor recovery process.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of adult patients and assessed/documented patient histories.
  • Perform physical assessments and obtain history on newly admitted patients.
  • Perform physical assessments and administer medications and fluids.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of adult patients.
  • Performed physical assessments, administered medications, inserted IV's, and drew blood samples.
  • Provided direct primary nursing care, which developed my nursing skills and physical assessments.
  • Obtained physical assessments and created plan of care specific to patient's needs.
  • Perform initial and continual physical assessments, initiate and update care plans.
  • Conducted physical assessments, including evaluation of heart and lung functioning.
  • Completed physical assessments and vital signs as required each shift.
  • Perform physical assessments on the adult and geriatric patients.
  • Assessed & documented daily physical assessments on each patient.
  • Performed complete and focused physical assessments and administered medication.
  • Perform physical assessments, insert IV's, draw blood samples and provide wound care.

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34. Acls
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Here's how Acls is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Maintain BLS, ACLS and education to maintain accurate nursing skills to always provide my patients with the best care possible.
  • Certified in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), and educated in other condition stabilizing interventions.
  • Maintained all necessary certifications and licenses including ACLS, BLS, ENPC, PALS and TNCC.
  • Responded to cardiac arrest or codes according to BLS and ACLS protocols.
  • Adhered to ACLS protocols as a member of hospital-wide code team.
  • Received critical care training in 2000 along with ACLS Certification.
  • Performed emergency medical interventions, such as BLS and ACLS.
  • Maintained ACLS certification in order to provide appropriate cardiac care.
  • Maintained ACLS certification, PALS certifications, BLS certifications...
  • Maintained education in ACLS and critical care.
  • Maintained BLS and ACLS standards of care
  • Obtained ACLS and Certified ICU training.
  • Obtained BLS, PALS, ACLS
  • Code Blue Team member, assisted with ACLS drills and performed drill critiques 4.
  • Provide and manage care of hemodynamically unstable patients using ACLS protocol when needed.
  • Completed ACLS training (Jan 2011) Completed Nurse Preceptor training.
  • Care for four to six patients daily Floating to other units as needed BLS and ACLS certified
  • License Current Oklahoma RN License Current BLS and ACLS Previous RN license in Texas, Louisiana, Colorado, California, Pennsylvania
  • Utilize my resources when needed Educate patients about condition and treatment plan Pals certified Acls certified Bcls certified
  • Job Duties: Charge Nurse Patient Care Start IVs Administer Meds ACLS/BLS/TNCC certification Documentation

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Here's how Copd is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Managed an average of eight patients per shift, including COPD, cardiac, ventilator, geriatric and CHF patients.
  • Care was provided to high acuity individuals with respiratory conditions such as pneumonia and COPD.
  • Cared for patients with multiple medical conditions including cancer, COPD and CHF.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.
  • Cared for HTN, COPD, Sickle Cell, CVA and trauma cases as presented on the unit.
  • Provided care for acutely ill patients with Asthma, COPD, Diabetes Mellitus, Renal Failure, Dehydration, and Sepsis.
  • Diagnosed and treated patients with chronic and acute health problems such as MI, arrhythmias, asthma, COPD and pneumonia.
  • Provide care to patients with chronic respiratory disease such as chronic pneumonia, COPD, and chronic tracheostomies.
  • Manage complex life support patients related to trauma, sepsis, stroke, COPD, and cardiac failure.
  • Care of 4-7 patients in acute/chronic illness, including stroke, MI, COPD, cellulitis, sepsis.
  • Implemented the Nursing process to care for numerous different patients with diagnoses ranging from lymphoma to COPD.
  • Cared for chronic conditions such as arrhythmias, asthma, COPD and pneumonia.
  • Experience with: DKA, Overdose, Renal Failure, CHF, MI, Stroke, COPD, Respiratory Distress
  • Assessed COPD, CHF, heart arrhythmia patients.

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36. IM
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Here's how IM is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Determine the effectiveness of the interventions by evaluating anticipated patient outcomes as needed to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
  • Collaborated with all members of interdisciplinary team to ensure optimal patient care was provided.
  • Provided physical and medical care and carry out therapeutic regimens.
  • Encourage successful disease management strategies to promote maximum health potential.
  • Ensured efficacy of treatments through monitoring of treatment regimens.
  • Prioritized care for patients utilizing time management methods.
  • Contribute to strategic plans and initiatives to advance standards of care excellence, improve patient outcomes and drive continuous improvement.
  • Provided skilled nursing care and dispensed medications, including PO, SQ, IM, and IV pushes.
  • Provide thorough patient care documentation and unit activities in a timely, accurate, and concise manner.
  • Perform patient assessments leading to development, implementation and evaluation of a plan of care.
  • Evaluated assigned patients and plans, implements and documents nursing care.
  • Implemented direct patient care for up to 8 patients per section.
  • Assessed client needs; design and implement comprehensive care plans.
  • Implemented patient care for up to 6 patients total care.
  • Remained calm and professional during times of critical need.
  • Display cultural sensitivity to a diverse population of patients.. *Development and implementation of individualized care plans.
  • Work as part of a healthcare team to assess patient needs, plan and modify care, and implement interventions.
  • Performed various monitoring (Cardiac, pulse oximetry, UC/FHR).
  • Observed patients closely at meal time for choaking hazard.
  • Full Time Vascular Med/Surg skill set: Pre-op/Post- op Fem-Pops, tx.

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37. Primary Care
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Here's how Primary Care is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provide primary care to patients requiring hospitalization through use of critical assessment skills.
  • Performed primary care of adult medical and surgical patients
  • Participated in primary care for patient education advocates.
  • Planned and provided primary care on a 40 bed unit for patients with a wide range of acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Created nursing care plan and added to nursing care plan as needed for each of my assigned primary care patients.
  • Served as primary care nurse and directed nursing care for six to eight patients in the Medical Surgical Unit.
  • Provided primary care for patients with a history of cancer on a 36 bed unit with 20 monitored beds.
  • Performed primary care to patients on a 1/5 patient care ratio in conjunction with California Nurse Practice Act.
  • Worked closely with primary care physicians and surgeons to ensure appropriate quality and continuity of patient care.
  • Coordinated and monitored patients through the hospitalization process utilizing physicians, primary care nurses, etc.
  • Provided primary care to a diverse population of patients, from young adults to geriatric patients.
  • Performed primary care of pediatric patients including plastic surgery patients including cleft lip and palate.
  • Experience as primary care nurse and team lead responsible for overseeing nurses aides and LPNs.
  • Charge Nurse when assigned, Team Leader, Primary care, medications and I.V.
  • Assigned as the primary care nurse for acute patients in the Medical/Surgical Unit.
  • Assisted primary care physicians in developing, documenting, and implementing care plans.
  • Provided high quality primary care to pre- operative and postoperative patients in this fast paced surgical unit.
  • Provide primary care to patients with invasive lines, vasoactive drips, and mechanical ventilators.
  • cared for up to five patients in a primary care nursing setting.
  • care for 4-6 patients providing primary care on PM and Night shifts

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38. BLS
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Here's how BLS is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Achieved telemetry and BLS certification.
  • Total patient nursing care, following established protocols* Participates in patient and family teaching* BLS/ACLS certified* TNCC, ENPC
  • Performed emergency medical procedures, such as basic cardiac life support (BLS).
  • Received certification in PALS and BLS.
  • Maintain a current BLS for Healthcare Providers.
  • Volunteered at Spectrum Neurosurgical doing patient vitals and observing different computer programs and patient teaching BLS CPR certification with American Heart Association

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39. Dialysis Treatment
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Here's how Dialysis Treatment is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provided diabetic management and coordination of dialysis treatment.

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40. GI
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Here's how GI is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Developed strategies and skills to build exceptional nurse/patient/family relationships.
  • Display expert clinical skills in managing patient admissions, plan of care, interventions, and outcomes.
  • Performed various patient tests and administers medications within the scope of practice of the registered nurse.
  • Perform pediatric home care for developmentally delayed children ranging from 3 to 13 years of age.
  • Participate in Code Blue and give orders to team mates to remain patient stable.
  • Provide care to post op patients and monitoring & changing dressing as per order.
  • Direct patient care of adults with medical, cardiac and general surgical diagnosis.
  • Performed various assessments (Respiratory, neurological, skin, and gastrointestinal).
  • Registered nurse: provided care for surgical, acute and swing bed patients.
  • Delivered care for patients with various high risk & high acuity Medical/Surgical conditions.
  • Advised patients on care of surgical incisions and signs of infection.
  • Provide nursing care to six patients on 24 bed medical-surgical unit.
  • Changed any surgical dressings as needed and as ordered.
  • Care for Medical Surgical patients.
  • Provided care for patients with medical, surgical, neurological and cardiovascular disorders requiring intensive or critical monitoring.
  • Promote continuity of care by accurately and completely communicating to their caregivers the patient's current status.
  • Presented education to patients, families and caregivers regarding the nature of disease, treatment plans, and encouraged participation.
  • Assess patient physical, psychological, social, spiritual, educational, developmental, cultural and discharge planning needs.
  • Assessed signs / symptoms indicating physiologic & psychosocial changes in the patient's condition.
  • Staff Nurse Staff nurse on a forty bed medical - surgical unit.

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41. Meditech
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Here's how Meditech is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Recorded medical histories, admissions and discharges using MediTech computer system.
  • Maintained charting and medical tracking of daily patient progress and assessments utilizing Meditech Computer System.
  • Performed admissions, discharges, administered medications, monitored telemetry and computer charting with Meditech.
  • Document information on the patient record utilizing Meditech in accordance with charting guidelines.
  • Coordinate services, treatments and consultations using Meditech computer system.
  • Maintained patient records on computer using Meditech program.
  • Developed computer charting skills with Meditech EMR
  • Provide direct quality care to patients including daily monitoring, recording through Meditech charting system, and evaluation of medical conditions.
  • Complete concurrent review in Meditech daily on insurance, non-funded & MediCal patients, every other day for Medicare patients.
  • Document all nursing care provided through Meditech system and implement changes in care as needed.
  • Scheduled to assist in new projects including Physician Order Entry in the Meditech system.
  • Close monitoring of patients on telemetry monitors, computer literacy and Meditech EMR.
  • Trained as an End-User with the Colombia Patient Care System (Meditech).
  • Scheduled labs, surgery, x-rays as needed using Meditech computer systems.
  • Used Meditech, and Microsoft Excel for documentation.
  • Order processing, EMR and Meditech.
  • Promoted and restored patients mental health and physical status through quality care Experienced working with Meditech software system
  • Utilized Meditech and Protouch computer systems Analyze data from the assessment to formulate and prioritize the plan of care.
  • Administer and document medication administration via Pyxis, Omnicell and Meditech.
  • Trained in walking rounds, bedside charting, eMAR, Meditech, Pyxis, CPOE, and administering blood products.

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42. Hospital Staff
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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provide education to hospital staff regarding upgrades to the hospital computerized documentation system.
  • Communicate effectively and professionally with patients and other hospital staff.
  • Collaborate and communicate with physicians, nursing staff, and other hospital staff to provide quality care for patients.
  • Worked closely with prison officials, hospital staff and physicians in coordination of the care of these patients.
  • Establish good interpersonal relationships with patients, patients' families, visitors, and hospital staffs.
  • Serve as a resource person to the hospital staff for any problems or concerns
  • Worked a flexible schedule to help meet the needs of hospital staffing.
  • Coordinate patient care with the physician and other hospital staff.
  • Worked well with hospital staff and assisted others in teamwork.
  • Initiated and gave in-service on Tuberculosis to hospital staff.
  • Ensured safety for all patients and hospital staff.
  • Communicated amongst patients and various hospital staff to address patient/ family concerns.

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43. CHF
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Here's how CHF is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Managed multiple system disease cases including hypertension, CAD, CHF, diabetes, arthritis, and cancer.
  • Manage care for patients with various diagnoses such as CHF, Pneumonia, TIA/Stroke etc.
  • Registered Nurse, Telemetry (1 year) -Focus primarily on cardiac patients with pneumonia, CHF, and MI
  • Managed care for adult patients with various diagnoses such as diabetes mellitus and CHF.
  • Care of acute/post MI, pre/post cath, CHF, PE, pulmonary chest drainage and other acute cardiac conditions.

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44. Tube Feedings
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Here's how Tube Feedings is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Administered medications, IV infusions, TPN, blood products, PCA, and tube feedings per hospital protocol.
  • Manage patient care including IV therapy, wound care, tube feedings, pain management and education.
  • Provided nursing care, including wound care, IV therapy, and NG/PEG tube feedings.
  • Experience with wound care, TPN, tube feedings, tracheotomies, and heparin drips.
  • Administer medications, respiratory treatments, blood products, and tube feedings.
  • Administer tube feedings via NG-tubes, G-tubes, and J-tubes.
  • Peg tube feedings, tracheotomy tube management.
  • Manage tube feedings, TPN, chest tubes, and drains.
  • Directed skilled nursing procedures, including tube feedings, peripheral intravenous therapy, and venipunctures.
  • Assessed patients conditions, responded to medical emergencies appropriately, medication administration, IV placement, drains and peg tube feedings.
  • Provided care for patients with parenteral tube feedings and wound care for patients with pressure wounds ranging from stage 1-4...
  • Managed and provided care for patients with ventilators, tracheostomies, tube feedings, chest tubes and drains.
  • Complete preoperative and postoperative interventions, wound care, NGtubes, administer PEG tube feedings, and TPN.
  • Provide care for patients with trachs, tube feedings and wound care as ordered.
  • Perform tracheostomy care, tube feedings, and wound care.
  • Administered Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) and tube feedings.
  • Charge Nurse, IV fluid and medication administration Tube feedings Wound care and administration of blood and blood products
  • Care and management of ostomy, tracheostomy, breathing treatments, and tube feedings.
  • Administered Medication and Updated MAR Performed PEG Tube feedings Assessed Patient and Vital Signs Assisted and Participated with Wound Care Team
  • Administered IV, IM, Sub Q intradermal and oral medications, tube feedings, provided trach care and sunctioning.

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45. Bedside Care
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Here's how Bedside Care is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provide bedside care, treatment and documentation for patients on a 24 bed unit with 6:1 patient- nurse ratio.
  • Offered bedside care, treatment, and clinical documentation to oncology, sickle cell and medical-surgical diagnoses.
  • Provided bedside care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients on each unit.
  • Provided bedside care for a variety of medical patients with respect and dignity.
  • Demonstrate excellent bedside care, treatments and compassion for patients and family.
  • Provide bedside care, administer medications, and assess heart rhythms.
  • Provided bedside care to medical, surgical, and geriatric patients.
  • Provide bedside care for variety of adult medical and post-op patients.
  • Complete bedside care is provided to all patients.
  • Provided total patient bedside care and treatment.
  • Provide direct patient bedside care and initiate individualized patient education plans Respond to life-saving situations based upon nursing standards and protocol
  • Provided bedside care for a wide variety of medical patients, including pre- and post-surgery patients.
  • Assessed and provided care for the patient in the immediate post cardiac cath bedside care.

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46. Clinical Changes
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Here's how Clinical Changes is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Monitored and promptly treated post -operative patients while assessing and anticipating any clinical changes.
  • Assessed status of up to 6 pt, performed appropriate nursing interventions, and notified physician of clinical changes.
  • Assess patient status and notify physicians of clinical changes, interact with departments regarding patient care.
  • Utilized nursing assessment skills to verify patient status and notify physician of clinical changes as needed.
  • Act as patient advocate, assessing patient status and notifying appropriate physician for any clinical changes.
  • Act as a patient advocate; assess patient status and notify physicians of clinical changes.
  • Call to notify physicians about patient clinical changes and requests orders of patient care.
  • Monitor patient labs and any clinical changes in order to report observations to physician.
  • Monitor patient status and notify the charge nurse and physician of clinical changes.
  • Assess patient status and notify physicians of clinical changes.
  • Assess patient status and notify physicians of clinical changes Provides patient education related to pre and post-operative procedures.
  • Assessed patient status and updated surgeon and medical staff of clinical changes .

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48. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Provided emotional support/education for patients and their families to elevate awareness and understanding of health and various illnesses.
  • Provided information regarding care/treatment/diagnostics and emotional support to patient and family throughout the length of stay.
  • Provided excellent education to patients and family while also providing compassionate emotional support.
  • Participate in health/therapeutic counseling, teaching/emotional support for patients and significant others.
  • Utilized therapeutic communication to provide emotional support to patients and families.
  • Provided educational and emotional support to family members
  • Treat and educate patients about various medical conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.
  • Advocated for patients' and families' needs, provided emotional support and/or education for patients and their families.
  • Created relationships with patients and their families by providing emotional support and motivation to enhance their overall well being.
  • Order entries, developing care plans, and discharge instructions Providing end-of-life emotional support to patients and families
  • Offered emotional support to families, and provided education with transplant and cancer patients.
  • Provided emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provided advice and emotional support to patients and patients' family members.
  • Listened to and comforted patients and families in need, emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support to patient and family throughout the hospital stay.
  • Provide comfort care for DNR patients and emotional support to family/friends.
  • Offered emotional support and encouragement to patients and their families.
  • Provided physical and emotional support for patients and families.
  • Provided emotional support for patients' family members.
  • Provide emotional support for patients and their family members Nurse Residency Graduate; Nurse Practice Council President and Scheduling committee member.

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49. Ancillary Staff
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Here's how Ancillary Staff is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Care included medication administration, making assignments, collaboration with physicians and ancillary staff.
  • Provided nursing care to acutely ill patients while collaborating with physicians and ancillary staff.
  • Worked closely with physicians /documenting and implementing orders, supervision of ancillary staff.
  • Delegated, supervised and collaborated with ancillary staff in providing comprehensive care.
  • Supervised ancillary staff members and delegated patient assignments.
  • Delegate responsibilities to ancillary staff.
  • Perform frequent evaluations and monitoring of these patients and notify physicians and ancillary staff of any change in patient's condition.
  • Charge Nurse, which included the delegation of tasks and duties to Licensed Practical Nurse and ancillary staff.
  • Worked with family doctors and ancillary staff to provide the best possible patient care.
  • Communicate with physicians, ancillary staff and other disciplines regarding patient care and condition.
  • Coordinated care with ancillary staff, supervised CENA's, duties included charge nurse.
  • Co-led task force to improve nurse, technician, and ancillary staff hand-off processes.
  • Charge Nurse responsibilities include delegation of duties to ancillary staff.
  • Rotated charge nurse duties and delegated tasks to ancillary staff.
  • Manage ancillary staff (1-3 nurse aids).
  • Communicate with physcians, staff, and make referrals to ancillary staff as needed.
  • Managed and supervised care delivered by ancillary staff including LPNs and nurse aides
  • Coordinated with many specialist doctors, APNs, RNs and ancillary staff in order to deliver holistic care.
  • Direct supervision of 4 Supervisors with 80+ FTEs with indirect supervision of additional 50+ FTEs of ancillary staff.
  • Supervised and delegated appropriate task to RNs, LPNs, NTs and ancillary staff members.

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50. Diagnostic Tests
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Here's how Diagnostic Tests is used in Registered Nurse Med/Surg jobs:
  • Facilitated prompt disposition of physician orders including lab results, treatments, reports, diagnostic tests, and administration of medications.
  • Recorded and maintained records of patient medical histories and symptoms, helped perform diagnostic tests and analyze results.
  • Obtain and maintain medical histories, administer medication, perform diagnostic tests, and observe patient outcomes.
  • Help perform diagnostic tests and analyze results, operate medical machinery, and administer treatment and medications.
  • Communicated changes in patient's clinical condition and critical lab results and diagnostic tests to Physician.
  • Order, interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's condition.
  • Coordinate with other disciplines in order for patients' to attend diagnostic tests.
  • Assessed condition of patients, ordering and evaluating diagnostic tests as needed.
  • Ordered, performed and interpreted diagnostic tests and screening procedures.
  • Compile and analyze data obtained from monitoring or diagnostic tests.
  • Perform dressing changes, wound care, and diagnostic tests.
  • Perform diagnostic tests on patients to assess their condition.
  • Assist physicians with performing diagnostic tests and analyze results.
  • Assisted in the evaluation and interpretation of diagnostic tests.
  • Interpret laboratory and other diagnostic tests and their results.
  • Assist physicians in performing diagnostic tests and providing treatment.
  • Ordered labs and other diagnostic tests.
  • Ordered and interpreted diagnostic tests.
  • Communicated with physicians about changes in patients clinically, including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic tests and symptomatology.
  • Performed Spirometry testing, administered Nebulizer treatments, and scheduled procedures and various diagnostic tests.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Registered Nurse Med/Surg

Patient Care

25.9%

Charge Nurse

8.7%

Medical Surgical Unit

8.3%

RN

7.7%

Telemetry

6.4%

Administer Medications

6.2%

Treatment Plans

4.7%

Health Care

4.3%

Surgical Procedures

3.6%

Vital Signs

3.0%

Physician Orders

2.8%

Oncology

2.7%

Disease Process

2.2%

ICU

2.1%

Pain Management

2.0%

LPN

2.0%

Acute Care

2.0%

Blood Pressure

1.9%

Blood Products

1.8%

Staff Members

1.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Registered Nurse Med/Surg

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 20.0%
2 Charge Nurse 6.7%
3 Medical Surgical Unit 6.4%
4 RN 5.9%
5 Telemetry 5.0%
6 Administer Medications 4.8%
7 Treatment Plans 3.6%
8 Health Care 3.3%
9 Surgical Procedures 2.8%
10 Vital Signs 2.3%
11 Physician Orders 2.1%
12 Oncology 2.1%
13 Disease Process 1.7%
14 ICU 1.7%
15 Pain Management 1.6%
16 LPN 1.6%
17 Acute Care 1.5%
18 Blood Pressure 1.5%
19 Blood Products 1.4%
20 Staff Members 1.3%
21 CNA 1.3%
22 Picc 1.3%
23 NG 1.2%
24 Post-Operative Care 1.1%
25 PCA 1.1%
26 Medical Records 1.0%
27 Infection Control 1.0%
28 IV 1.0%
29 Facility 0.9%
30 EKG 0.9%
31 Critical Care 0.9%
32 TPN 0.8%
33 Physical Assessments 0.8%
34 Acls 0.8%
35 Copd 0.7%
36 IM 0.7%
37 Primary Care 0.7%
38 BLS 0.6%
39 Dialysis Treatment 0.6%
40 GI 0.6%
41 Meditech 0.6%
42 Hospital Staff 0.5%
43 CHF 0.5%
44 Tube Feedings 0.5%
45 Bedside Care 0.5%
46 Clinical Changes 0.5%
47 Test Cases 0.5%
48 Emotional Support 0.5%
49 Ancillary Staff 0.5%
50 Diagnostic Tests 0.4%
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