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RN Staff Nurse

Monte Nido Residential Center, LLC
Staff Nurse Job in Fairfax Station, VA
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in Fairfax Station, VA
Junior Level
20d ago
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Surgery Center Staff Nurse

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine
Staff Nurse Job in Vienna, VA
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The Ambulatory Surgery Center Staff Nurse is responsible for providing individualized nursing care to CCRM s surgery patients and patients having embryo transfers. The staff nurse must demonstrate advanced skills and knowledge in the care of surgery patients and infertility patients. The staff nurse must function independently in the role, and seek assistant from the physicians, manager and team members as needed.
Mid Level
Associate Required
8d ago
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Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN

Promedica Senior Care
Staff Nurse Job in Bethesda, MD
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ManorCare Health Services - Fairfax, VA is hiring for a Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN! The Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN
Junior Level
New
4d ago
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4.5

Staff Neuro ICU RN - Up to a $25k Sign-On Bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Nokesville, VA
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Access This Exclusive Staff Neuro ICU Registered Nurse Job in Charlottesville, Virginia We have an immediate opening for a Staff Neuro ICU Registered Nurse at a top healthcare facility in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Junior Level
28d ago
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4.8

Staff Nurse II, Transplant

Sutter Health
Staff Nurse Job, Remote or San Francisco, CA
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Pacific Med Center Van NessPosition Overview: Responsible for providing direct patient care to specific patient populations effectively using the nursing process - Assessment, Planning, Implementation & Continual Reassessment - as the foundation for care delivery. Serves as a patient advocate; effectively coordinates care and continually promotes safety and clinical / service quality in daily practice.Job Description:
EDUCATION

Other: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE

RN-Registered Nurse of California

BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider

EXPERIENCE

Previous experience as an RN in an acute care hospital desirable but not required.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Independently practices and prioritizes multiple demands in an ever changing environment.

Requires excellent critical thinking, communication skills , relationship skills, and clinical / technical expertise in area of specialty.License/Certifications:BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider - American Heart Association, RN-Registered Nurse of California - California Department of Consumer AffairsEducation:Associate of Nursing: Nursing (Required) Job Shift:VariedSchedule:Per Diem/CasualShift Hours:8Days of the Week:VariableWeekend Requirements:Rotating WeekendsBenefits:NoUnions:YesThis position is work from home eligible.Position Status: Non-ExemptWeekly Hours:1Employee Status:Per Diem/CasualNumber of Openings:1This position may regularly work, store, prepare, receive, unpack, transport, dispose of, or administer drug(s) identified as hazardous, or potentially hazardous, by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) for purposes of USP 800.Sutter Health Affiliates are equal opportunity employers EOE/M/F/Disability/Veterans.Schedule/Shift: Per Diem/Casual/ SHIFT_NEXMPT_AM_8_40
Junior Level
Bachelors Required
8d ago
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4.5

RN Staff Nurse Ambulatory Clinic

Legacy Health
Staff Nurse Job, Remote or Portland, OR
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The RN Staff Nurse Ambulatory-Clinic is responsible for patient care within an assigned department/unit and participates as a member of the health care team in cooperation with and under the direction of the clinical manager or designee as defined by the relevant Standards and Scope of Practice for the Registered Nurse. The RN Staff Nurse Ambulatory-Clinic assesses, analyzes, plans, implements and evaluates patient care following established patient care standards for Legacy Health System including those for patient assessment and transfer.
Full Time
Junior Level
29d ago
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Staff Nurse-OR- DCMC-PRN

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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2. Nurse-Patient Family Relationships Demonstrates the ability to assess the patient's/family's learning needs, readiness to learn, learning style, and presence of barriers to learning. Required License/Certifications: Current licensure as a registered nurse by the Maryland Board of Nursing.
Junior Level
Bachelors Required
60d+ ago
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Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN

Promedica Senior Care
Staff Nurse Job in Bladensburg, MD
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ManorCare Health Services - Fairfax, VA is hiring for a Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN! The Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN
Junior Level
New
4d ago
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Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN

Promedica Senior Care
Staff Nurse Job in Fairfax, VA
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ManorCare Health Services - Fairfax, VA is hiring for a Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN! The Staff Development - Infection Preventionist RN
Junior Level
New
4d ago
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4.5

Staff MICU RN - Up to a $25k Sign-On Bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Nokesville, VA
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Access This Exclusive Staff MICU Registered Nurse Job in Charlottesville, Virginia We have an immediate opening for a Staff MICU Registered Nurse at a top healthcare facility in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Junior Level
28d ago
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4.5

Staff PICU RN - Up to a $25k Sign-On Bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Nokesville, VA
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Access This Exclusive Staff PICU Registered Nurse Job in Charlottesville, Virginia We have an immediate opening for a Staff PICU Registered Nurse at a top healthcare facility in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Junior Level
15d ago
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4.5

Staff NICU RN - Up to a $25k Sign-On Bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Nokesville, VA
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Access This Exclusive Staff NICU Registered Nurse Job in Charlottesville, Virginia We have an immediate opening for a Staff NICU Registered Nurse at a top healthcare facility in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Junior Level
15d ago
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4.5

Staff ER RN - Up to a $25k Sign-On Bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Nokesville, VA
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Access This Exclusive Staff ER Registered Nurse Job in Charlottesville, Virginia We have an immediate opening for a Staff ER Registered Nurse at a top healthcare facility in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Junior Level
15d ago
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4.5

Staff Trauma ICU RN - Up to a $25k Sign-On Bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Nokesville, VA
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Access This Exclusive Staff Trauma ICU Registered Nurse Job in Charlottesville, Virginia We have an immediate opening for a Staff Trauma ICU Registered Nurse at a top healthcare facility in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Junior Level
28d ago
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4.5

Staff ICU RN (Nationwide) - Up to $88/hr & up to $25k sign-on bonus

Aya Healthcare
Staff Nurse Job in Rockville, MD
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Looking for a staff ICU Registered Nurse job? 1 year of ICU Registered Nurse experience required
Junior Level
29d ago
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4.8

Staff Nurse II, Transplant

Sutter Health
Staff Nurse Job, Remote or El Granada, CA
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Pacific Med Center Van NessPosition Overview: Responsible for providing direct patient care to specific patient populations effectively using the nursing process - Assessment, Planning, Implementation & Continual Reassessment - as the foundation for care delivery. Serves as a patient advocate; effectively coordinates care and continually promotes safety and clinical / service quality in daily practice.Job Description:
EDUCATION

Other: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE

RN-Registered Nurse of California

BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider

EXPERIENCE

Previous experience as an RN in an acute care hospital desirable but not required.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Independently practices and prioritizes multiple demands in an ever changing environment.

Requires excellent critical thinking, communication skills , relationship skills, and clinical / technical expertise in area of specialty.License/Certifications:BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider - American Heart Association, RN-Registered Nurse of California - California Department of Consumer AffairsEducation:Associate of Nursing: Nursing (Required) Job Shift:VariedSchedule:Per Diem/CasualShift Hours:8Days of the Week:VariableWeekend Requirements:Rotating WeekendsBenefits:NoUnions:YesThis position is work from home eligible.Position Status: Non-ExemptWeekly Hours:1Employee Status:Per Diem/CasualNumber of Openings:1This position may regularly work, store, prepare, receive, unpack, transport, dispose of, or administer drug(s) identified as hazardous, or potentially hazardous, by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) for purposes of USP 800.Sutter Health Affiliates are equal opportunity employers EOE/M/F/Disability/Veterans.Schedule/Shift: Per Diem/Casual/ SHIFT_NEXMPT_AM_8_40
Junior Level
Bachelors Required
8d ago
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4.8

Staff Nurse II, Transplant

Sutter Health
Staff Nurse Job, Remote or San Bruno, CA
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Pacific Med Center Van NessPosition Overview: Responsible for providing direct patient care to specific patient populations effectively using the nursing process - Assessment, Planning, Implementation & Continual Reassessment - as the foundation for care delivery. Serves as a patient advocate; effectively coordinates care and continually promotes safety and clinical / service quality in daily practice.Job Description:
EDUCATION

Other: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE

RN-Registered Nurse of California

BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider

EXPERIENCE

Previous experience as an RN in an acute care hospital desirable but not required.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Independently practices and prioritizes multiple demands in an ever changing environment.

Requires excellent critical thinking, communication skills , relationship skills, and clinical / technical expertise in area of specialty.License/Certifications:BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider - American Heart Association, RN-Registered Nurse of California - California Department of Consumer AffairsEducation:Associate of Nursing: Nursing (Required) Job Shift:VariedSchedule:Per Diem/CasualShift Hours:8Days of the Week:VariableWeekend Requirements:Rotating WeekendsBenefits:NoUnions:YesThis position is work from home eligible.Position Status: Non-ExemptWeekly Hours:1Employee Status:Per Diem/CasualNumber of Openings:1This position may regularly work, store, prepare, receive, unpack, transport, dispose of, or administer drug(s) identified as hazardous, or potentially hazardous, by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) for purposes of USP 800.Sutter Health Affiliates are equal opportunity employers EOE/M/F/Disability/Veterans.Schedule/Shift: Per Diem/Casual/ SHIFT_NEXMPT_AM_8_40
Junior Level
Bachelors Required
8d ago
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4.8

Staff Nurse II, Transplant

Sutter Health
Staff Nurse Job, Remote or San Anselmo, CA
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Pacific Med Center Van NessPosition Overview: Responsible for providing direct patient care to specific patient populations effectively using the nursing process - Assessment, Planning, Implementation & Continual Reassessment - as the foundation for care delivery. Serves as a patient advocate; effectively coordinates care and continually promotes safety and clinical / service quality in daily practice.Job Description:
EDUCATION

Other: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE

RN-Registered Nurse of California

BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider

EXPERIENCE

Previous experience as an RN in an acute care hospital desirable but not required.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Independently practices and prioritizes multiple demands in an ever changing environment.

Requires excellent critical thinking, communication skills , relationship skills, and clinical / technical expertise in area of specialty.License/Certifications:BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider - American Heart Association, RN-Registered Nurse of California - California Department of Consumer AffairsEducation:Associate of Nursing: Nursing (Required) Job Shift:VariedSchedule:Per Diem/CasualShift Hours:8Days of the Week:VariableWeekend Requirements:Rotating WeekendsBenefits:NoUnions:YesThis position is work from home eligible.Position Status: Non-ExemptWeekly Hours:1Employee Status:Per Diem/CasualNumber of Openings:1This position may regularly work, store, prepare, receive, unpack, transport, dispose of, or administer drug(s) identified as hazardous, or potentially hazardous, by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) for purposes of USP 800.Sutter Health Affiliates are equal opportunity employers EOE/M/F/Disability/Veterans.Schedule/Shift: Per Diem/Casual/ SHIFT_NEXMPT_AM_8_40
Junior Level
Bachelors Required
8d ago
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4.8

Staff Nurse II, Transplant

Sutter Health
Staff Nurse Job, Remote or Redwood City, CA
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Pacific Med Center Van NessPosition Overview: Responsible for providing direct patient care to specific patient populations effectively using the nursing process - Assessment, Planning, Implementation & Continual Reassessment - as the foundation for care delivery. Serves as a patient advocate; effectively coordinates care and continually promotes safety and clinical / service quality in daily practice.Job Description:
EDUCATION

Other: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE

RN-Registered Nurse of California

BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider

EXPERIENCE

Previous experience as an RN in an acute care hospital desirable but not required.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Independently practices and prioritizes multiple demands in an ever changing environment.

Requires excellent critical thinking, communication skills , relationship skills, and clinical / technical expertise in area of specialty.License/Certifications:BLS-Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider - American Heart Association, RN-Registered Nurse of California - California Department of Consumer AffairsEducation:Associate of Nursing: Nursing (Required) Job Shift:VariedSchedule:Per Diem/CasualShift Hours:8Days of the Week:VariableWeekend Requirements:Rotating WeekendsBenefits:NoUnions:YesThis position is work from home eligible.Position Status: Non-ExemptWeekly Hours:1Employee Status:Per Diem/CasualNumber of Openings:1This position may regularly work, store, prepare, receive, unpack, transport, dispose of, or administer drug(s) identified as hazardous, or potentially hazardous, by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) for purposes of USP 800.Sutter Health Affiliates are equal opportunity employers EOE/M/F/Disability/Veterans.Schedule/Shift: Per Diem/Casual/ SHIFT_NEXMPT_AM_8_40
Junior Level
Bachelors Required
8d ago
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Staff Nurse- Observation- Days - full Time

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Observation

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

1. Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)

  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • Completes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current ACLS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current CPR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.
  • RNs providing chemotherapy are required to complete Chemotherapy and Biotherapy course.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
Junior Level
60d+ ago
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Staff Nurse - PACU- PT- Evening/Nights

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - PACU

Position Purpose

Responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the care of the immediate post-anesthetic/post-operative patient. Accurate and complete documentation, reflecting implementation of the nursing process. Perianesthesia Nursing roles includes: patient care, research, administration, management, education consultation and advocacy.

Role Specific Competencies

1. Actively participates in the development and / or administration of continuing education for the Registered Nurse in PAC U.

2. Adheres to professionalism standards.

  • Serves as a role model/resource for other team members and exhibits flexibility and adaptability to change in department practices.
  • Identifies strengths and development needs of self.
  • Identifies active/potential problems and seeks appropriate solutions to those problems, and assumes responsibility and accountability for "judgments" and actions.
  • Appearance consistently complies with department policy.
  • Participates in orientation and training of new personnel.
  • Utilizes work time productively.
  • Willingness to cover varying shifts as requested.

3. Adheres to the standards of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses Practice (ASPAN), The Joint C ommission and other regulatory

agencies.

4. Delivers quality nursing care to surgical patients during the immediate post-anesthesia phase that is consistent with published standards for nursing practice.

  • Assessments and interventions are accurately and legibly recorded, timed, dated and signature affixed.
  • Identified patient problems are documented in appropriate nurses note form.
  • Changes in patient status are reported immediately to anesthesia, attending physician, Surgeon, and Radiologist that results in appropriate medical intervention.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of the nursing process in PAC U.
  • Nursing interventions meet standards and result in no injury or harm to patients.
  • Develops, documents, implements and revises plan of care that meets patient's current needs and results in appropriate nursing interventions.
  • Reviews and carries out a discharge plan for teaching self care required to outpatients and/or family members.
  • Patient responses to interventions are documented.
  • Orients new personnel as assigned to policies and procedures, resulting in no errors on part of orientee during probationary period.
  • Promotes and maintains a safe, comfortable and therapeutic environment.
  • Provides pain control and other comfort measures.
  • Demonstrates appropriate clinical thinking and judgement which promotes optimal outcomes.
  • Maintains patient rights and dignity.
  • Supervises and delegates duties to PC T, Patient Escorts, LPN, Liaison as appropriate to promote optimum patient care.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by Nurse Manager / Designee.

5. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to, pediatrics and geriatrics patients

6. Knowledge and skill levels are maintained to ensure clinical competency that ensures safe patient care.

  • Clinical competency checklist is maintained and completed prior to annual evaluation.
  • Attends 80% of continuing education programs offered within the department.
  • Assumes responsibility for maintaining a safe work environment that promotes patient care activities.
  • Complies with and enforces relevant hospital/departmental policies and procedures.
  • Incorporates applicable research and evidence into practice.
  • Participates in professional development / continuing education.
  • Maintains personal accountability for professional competency.

7. Organizes nursing activities efficiently and safely which expedite patient care in a cost effective manner, within unique PACU environs.

  • Completes assignments within allotted time frames that reflect appropriate priority setting.
  • Priorities established and implemented result in no delay to appropriate intervention.
  • Able to problem-solve independently seeking assistance appropriately.
  • Utilizes equipment and supplies as intended resulting in cost containment.
  • Identifies co-workers' needs for assistance and responds appropriately.
  • Consults, collaborates and cooperates with peers and other healthcare providers to improve quality, effectiveness and efficiency of patient care.

8. Participates and supports unit level functioning.

  • Attends and participates in staff meetings.
  • Participates in discussion of Quality Improvement Measures.
  • Successfully completes all hospital and unit-based required education courses as scheduled.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policy.
  • Participates in unit based and hospital Performance Improvement efforts and data collection as directed.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS is required.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Current PALS required.
  • Current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • Hospital certification in Defibrillation, IV insertion blood glucose monitoring (Accucheck).
  • Recent PACU experience or one year critical care experience, or two years Telemetry experience plus must attend Critical Care course given at an accredited institution.
  • RN graduate from an accredited school of nursing.

Physical Requirements

  • Concentrates on moderate to fine detail for extended periods of time with irregular telephone and other interruptions.
  • Engages in frequent verbal and written communication using acceptable medical terminology.
  • Must be able to function in an environment where background noises are a usual occurrence.
  • Remembers schedules, tasks to be completed, where activities left off, etc.

Routinely lifts objects over 50 lbs with good body mec

Junior Level
17d ago
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Staff Nurse - Observation - CPT/PRN - Varied Shift

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

  • Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)
  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • C ompletes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate
  • referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
  • Must have ability to use a standard computer keyboard, and be able to read a computer screen and differentiate colors.
  • Routinely lifts objects under 50 pounds.
Junior Level
44d ago
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Staff Nurse - Observation - Part Time - Varied Shift

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

  • Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)
  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • C ompletes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate
  • referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
  • Must have ability to use a standard computer keyboard, and be able to read a computer screen and differentiate colors.
  • Routinely lifts objects under 50 pounds.
Junior Level
44d ago
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Staff Nurse- Telemetry- Part time - Varied Shift

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

  • Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)
  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • C ompletes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate
  • referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
  • Must have ability to use a standard computer keyboard, and be able to read a computer screen and differentiate colors.
  • Routinely lifts objects under 50 pounds.
Junior Level
45d ago
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Staff Nurse- Operating Room- FT (Varied Shifts)

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse- Operating Room

Position Purpose

The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe, effective and quality patient-family centered care in the Operating Room for all patient population by utilizing Nursing Care Plans. Collaborates with Physicians, Medical Professionals and other Staff to ensure that the unique, physical and psychosocial needs of the patient are met. The Registered Nurse involves appropriate parties (i.e., patient's family or guardian, outside agencies) in the assessment, treatment and continuing care of the patient as needed. Supports the Mission, Vision, and Values of Doctors Community Hospital.

Role Specific Competencies

1. Adheres to professionalism standards.

  • Serves as a role model/resource for other team members and exhibits flexibility and adaptability to change in department practices.
  • Identifies strengths and development needs of self.
  • Identifies active/potential problems and seeks appropriate solutions to those problems, and assumes responsibility and accountability for "judgments" and actions.
  • Appearance consistently complies with department policy.
  • Participates in orientation and training of new personnel.
  • Utilizes work time productively.
  • Willingness to cover varying shifts as requested.

2. Delivers quality nursing care to surgical patients in the pre, intra and immediate post-operative phase of surgical intervention that is consistent with published standards for nursing practice

  • Plans for patient care needs by reviewing assigned scheduled cases / procedures against the surgeon's preference cards.
  • Demonstrates competence and knowledge in the assessment, treatment and care of pediatric, adult and geriatric patients within the perioperative setting.
  • Asses the physiological health of the patient and psychosocial health status of the patient/family.
  • Participates in patient/family/significant other education.
  • Provides equipment and supplies based on patient needs and surgeon's preference.
  • Provides appropriate positioning devices and assists with positioning the patient safely.
  • Appropriately admits and transfers patients per DC H standard/policies and complies with Advanced directive requirements.
  • Observes standard precautions and practices aseptic technique in caring for the patient.
  • Observes safe practices and maintains a safe environment while caring for the patient.
  • Performs nursing actions that demonstrate accountability.
  • Orchestrates the services of operating room personnel to provide rapid progression from cleaning to preparing room (OR) for the next case.
  • Delegates effectively in daily operations and utilizes critical thinking skills in crisis situations in a calm and professional manner.
  • Assists in maintaining surgeon's preference cards for accuracy.
  • Enforces and maintains intraoperative standards of care.
  • Maintains accurate documentation of nursing care provided to patients during surgery, this includes accurate implant logs and charge supplies.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for patients.

  • Clinical competency skills checklist is maintained and completed prior to annual evaluation.
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for professional development by attending and completing required annual in-services.
  • Attends and participates in monthly staff meetings and department specific in-services.
  • Initiates and adheres to infection control practices consistent with department and hospital standards.

4. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for patients.

  • Clinical competency skills checklist is maintained and completed prior to annual evaluation.
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for professional development by attending and completing required annual in-services.
  • Attends and participates in monthly staff meetings and department specific in-services.
  • Participates in on-going evaluation of job performance and identifies personal & professional goals and objectives during each appraisal session.
  • Initiates and adheres to infection control practices consistent with department and hospital standards.

5. Develops and implements a plan of care based on nursing diagnosis and subsequent patient outcome goals by using the following interventions:

  • Protect patient from injury caused by chemical, electrical, laser, positioning, thermal sources, and extraneous objects.
  • Perform sponge, sharp, and instrument counts according to DC H standards to protect patient from unintended retained foreign objects.
  • Perform Universal Time-Out Protocol during the surgery to ensure correct site, side and level. The debriefing part of the Time-out ensures that the correct specimen, procedure and any concerns regarding the care of the patient has been addressed.
  • Handle patient's specimen according to established DC H protocols.
  • Communicate patient's current status throughout the continuum of care.
  • Perform interventions to maintain the status of the patient's organ systems at or above baseline levels.
  • Perform interventions to ensure the patient is at or returned to normothermia at the conclusion of the immediate postoperative period.
  • Creates and maintains a sterile field; monitors the traffic in and out of the OR.
  • Administers drugs and solutions as prescribed to the patient / sterile field per DC H standards in compliance with the Maryland Nurse Practice Act.
  • Physiologically monitors the patient during surgery.

6. Perform activities that support Nursing Staff and facilitates patient care.

  • Assists with room tum-over and clean up after each case.
  • Assists with environmental services support such as linen management, trash removal and cleaning of equipment when needed.
  • Assists with returning unused instruments, equipments and supplies after each case, as appropriate.
  • Assists with the transfer and positioning of patients on and off the OR table, stretcher, bed, etc.
  • Saves all used supply wrappers for charge purposes.
  • Reports to Operations C oordinator seeking additional responsibility when assignments are completed.
  • Demonstrates ability to react quickly and confidently to changing priorities and stressful emergency or conflict situations.

7. Performs professional development activities. Participates in orientation and training of new personnel.

  • Participates in the development of unit and hospital based standards of practice.
  • Demonstrates willingness to pursue leadership roles with increasing levels of accountability, comfort with decision-making
  • responsibilities, coaching, teaching and counseling skills, and the ability to inspire and build confidence in others.

8. Performs special department assignments and stocking functions in the Surgical Suite within established time frames while following department policies and procedures, Infection Control practices, Blood Borne Pathogen procedures, OSHA Standards, and Universal Precautions.

  • Assists with restocking OR rooms at the end of shift in accordance with established PAR levels, as needed.
  • Assists with checking supply outdates.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of techniques, procedures, and correct use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Reports malfunction of equipment/instrumentation to Operations Coordinator and lor IPS Manager and / or Equipment Manager immediately upon completion of procedure.
  • Tags and removes malfunctioning equipment in need of repair from use.
  • Assists with clearing the hallways and returning equipments and supplies to proper storage throughout the day.
  • Assists in docking the Neptune machine at the end of shift.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Experience

  • CNOR Preferred.
  • Current ACLS is required.
  • Current CPR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited nursing program, BSN preferred.
  • Knowledgeable of AORN standards.
  • Knowledgeable of Universal Precautions.
  • Maintains current licensure by the state of Maryland or a compact state license for Registered Nurse.
  • Minimum of two (2) years of O.R. experience is desirable; experience in all service specialties is preferred.
  • Technical skills/knowledge necessary to function in O.R. environments.

Physical Requirements

  • Concentrates on moderate to fine detail for extended periods of time with irregular telephone and other interruptions.
  • Full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients; manual and finger dexterity; hand/eye coordination.
  • Lifting and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds.
  • Remembers schedules, tasks to be completed, where activities left off, etc.
  • Sitting, standing and walking for extensive periods of time.
  • Understands and can operate from the conceptual basis of tasks and activities.
Junior Level
46d ago
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Staff Nurse - Observation - Full Time - Varied Shift

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

  • Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)
  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • C ompletes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate
  • referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
  • Must have ability to use a standard computer keyboard, and be able to read a computer screen and differentiate colors.
  • Routinely lifts objects under 50 pounds.
Junior Level
44d ago
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Staff Nurse- Operating Room- LHWEA (Varied Shifts)

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse- Operating Room

Position Purpose

The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe, effective and quality patient-family centered care in the Operating Room for all patient population by utilizing Nursing Care Plans. Collaborates with Physicians, Medical Professionals and other Staff to ensure that the unique, physical and psychosocial needs of the patient are met. The Registered Nurse involves appropriate parties (i.e., patient's family or guardian, outside agencies) in the assessment, treatment and continuing care of the patient as needed. Supports the Mission, Vision, and Values of Doctors Community Hospital.

Role Specific Competencies

1. Adheres to professionalism standards.

  • Serves as a role model/resource for other team members and exhibits flexibility and adaptability to change in department practices.
  • Identifies strengths and development needs of self.
  • Identifies active/potential problems and seeks appropriate solutions to those problems, and assumes responsibility and accountability for "judgments" and actions.
  • Appearance consistently complies with department policy.
  • Participates in orientation and training of new personnel.
  • Utilizes work time productively.
  • Willingness to cover varying shifts as requested.

2. Delivers quality nursing care to surgical patients in the pre, intra and immediate post-operative phase of surgical intervention that is consistent with published standards for nursing practice

  • Plans for patient care needs by reviewing assigned scheduled cases / procedures against the surgeon's preference cards.
  • Demonstrates competence and knowledge in the assessment, treatment and care of pediatric, adult and geriatric patients within the perioperative setting.
  • Asses the physiological health of the patient and psychosocial health status of the patient/family.
  • Participates in patient/family/significant other education.
  • Provides equipment and supplies based on patient needs and surgeon's preference.
  • Provides appropriate positioning devices and assists with positioning the patient safely.
  • Appropriately admits and transfers patients per DC H standard/policies and complies with Advanced directive requirements.
  • Observes standard precautions and practices aseptic technique in caring for the patient.
  • Observes safe practices and maintains a safe environment while caring for the patient.
  • Performs nursing actions that demonstrate accountability.
  • Orchestrates the services of operating room personnel to provide rapid progression from cleaning to preparing room (OR) for the next case.
  • Delegates effectively in daily operations and utilizes critical thinking skills in crisis situations in a calm and professional manner.
  • Assists in maintaining surgeon's preference cards for accuracy.
  • Enforces and maintains intraoperative standards of care.
  • Maintains accurate documentation of nursing care provided to patients during surgery, this includes accurate implant logs and charge supplies.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for patients.

  • Clinical competency skills checklist is maintained and completed prior to annual evaluation.
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for professional development by attending and completing required annual in-services.
  • Attends and participates in monthly staff meetings and department specific in-services.
  • Initiates and adheres to infection control practices consistent with department and hospital standards.

4. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for patients.

  • Clinical competency skills checklist is maintained and completed prior to annual evaluation.
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for professional development by attending and completing required annual in-services.
  • Attends and participates in monthly staff meetings and department specific in-services.
  • Participates in on-going evaluation of job performance and identifies personal & professional goals and objectives during each appraisal session.
  • Initiates and adheres to infection control practices consistent with department and hospital standards.

5. Develops and implements a plan of care based on nursing diagnosis and subsequent patient outcome goals by using the following interventions:

  • Protect patient from injury caused by chemical, electrical, laser, positioning, thermal sources, and extraneous objects.
  • Perform sponge, sharp, and instrument counts according to DC H standards to protect patient from unintended retained foreign objects.
  • Perform Universal Time-Out Protocol during the surgery to ensure correct site, side and level. The debriefing part of the Time-out ensures that the correct specimen, procedure and any concerns regarding the care of the patient has been addressed.
  • Handle patient's specimen according to established DC H protocols.
  • Communicate patient's current status throughout the continuum of care.
  • Perform interventions to maintain the status of the patient's organ systems at or above baseline levels.
  • Perform interventions to ensure the patient is at or returned to normothermia at the conclusion of the immediate postoperative period.
  • Creates and maintains a sterile field; monitors the traffic in and out of the OR.
  • Administers drugs and solutions as prescribed to the patient / sterile field per DC H standards in compliance with the Maryland Nurse Practice Act.
  • Physiologically monitors the patient during surgery.

6. Perform activities that support Nursing Staff and facilitates patient care.

  • Assists with room tum-over and clean up after each case.
  • Assists with environmental services support such as linen management, trash removal and cleaning of equipment when needed.
  • Assists with returning unused instruments, equipments and supplies after each case, as appropriate.
  • Assists with the transfer and positioning of patients on and off the OR table, stretcher, bed, etc.
  • Saves all used supply wrappers for charge purposes.
  • Reports to Operations C oordinator seeking additional responsibility when assignments are completed.
  • Demonstrates ability to react quickly and confidently to changing priorities and stressful emergency or conflict situations.

7. Performs professional development activities. Participates in orientation and training of new personnel.

  • Participates in the development of unit and hospital based standards of practice.
  • Demonstrates willingness to pursue leadership roles with increasing levels of accountability, comfort with decision-making
  • responsibilities, coaching, teaching and counseling skills, and the ability to inspire and build confidence in others.

8. Performs special department assignments and stocking functions in the Surgical Suite within established time frames while following department policies and procedures, Infection Control practices, Blood Borne Pathogen procedures, OSHA Standards, and Universal Precautions.

  • Assists with restocking OR rooms at the end of shift in accordance with established PAR levels, as needed.
  • Assists with checking supply outdates.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of techniques, procedures, and correct use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Reports malfunction of equipment/instrumentation to Operations Coordinator and lor IPS Manager and / or Equipment Manager immediately upon completion of procedure.
  • Tags and removes malfunctioning equipment in need of repair from use.
  • Assists with clearing the hallways and returning equipments and supplies to proper storage throughout the day.
  • Assists in docking the Neptune machine at the end of shift.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Experience

  • CNOR Preferred.
  • Current ACLS is required.
  • Current CPR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited nursing program, BSN preferred.
  • Knowledgeable of AORN standards.
  • Knowledgeable of Universal Precautions.
  • Maintains current licensure by the state of Maryland or a compact state license for Registered Nurse.
  • Minimum of two (2) years of O.R. experience is desirable; experience in all service specialties is preferred.
  • Technical skills/knowledge necessary to function in O.R. environments.

Physical Requirements

  • Concentrates on moderate to fine detail for extended periods of time with irregular telephone and other interruptions.
  • Full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients; manual and finger dexterity; hand/eye coordination.
  • Lifting and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds.
  • Remembers schedules, tasks to be completed, where activities left off, etc.
  • Sitting, standing and walking for extensive periods of time.
  • Understands and can operate from the conceptual basis of tasks and activities.
Junior Level
46d ago
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Staff Nurse- Telemetry- CPT/PRN - Varied Shift

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

  • Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)
  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • C ompletes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate
  • referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
  • Must have ability to use a standard computer keyboard, and be able to read a computer screen and differentiate colors.
  • Routinely lifts objects under 50 pounds.
Junior Level
44d ago
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry - Weekend Alternative- Varied Shifts

Luminis Health
Staff Nurse Job in Lanham, MD
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Staff Nurse - Telemetry

Position Purpose

The registered nurse assumes principle responsibility under general supervision, for the total care, assessment, implementation and evaluation of each patient assigned to the nursing unit, either directly or through leadership of personnel. The RN develops and/or revises a plan of care for each patient, initiates health care training and education of the patient and/or patient family to facilitate recovery; utilizes principles of teaching and learning to assist patients, staff and self in the identification of the need for new knowledge and skills.

Role Specific Competencies

  • Administers all medications in accordance with policies and procedures (RN)
  • Verifies physician orders against MAR for accuracy on each shift and on an ongoing basis.
  • Maintains knowledge of all actions, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage and route of administrations on all drugs administered to patients.
  • Assures that all medications are administered in accordance with Bedside Medication Verification Policy 100% of the time.
  • Responds to pt requests in a timely manner, answering questions about medications to patient's satisfaction.
  • Provides supervision and assistance to LPN with administration of IV push medications, and blood / blood product administration.

2. Completes comprehensive physical and psychosocial assessment of assigned patients (RN)

  • C ompletes nursing databases and physical assessment within eight hours of admission, identifying care needs. Makes appropriate
  • referrals based on assessment.
  • Initiates a patient plan of care within 8 hours of admission. Establishes appropriate nursing diagnoses, interventions and measurable outcomes in collaboration with the physician, patient and family. C ommunicates plan of care to other healthcare team members.
  • Documents evaluation of the patient's compliance and response to the therapeutic regimen as indicated.
  • Updates patient plan of care to reflect changes in patient's condition.
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to physician to obtain appropriate patient care orders.
  • Reports pertinent patient care data to the Clinical Coordinator.

3. Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care services for special age specific populations, such as, but not limited to pediatric and geriatric patients.(RN)

4. Implements and monitors appropriate nursing care to meet patient's needs. Evaluates patient response to care provided.(RN)

  • Participates in nursing shift reports, giving accurate and complete information on each patient.
  • Establishes priorities appropriately, delegates assignments and follows-up on completion of assigned work.
  • Performs physical assessments for each assigned patient on every shift.
  • Performs direct patient care and documents care, treatments, response to care/treatment and events occurring during shift.
  • Identifies pertinent patient information and communicates as appropriate to physician including critical results, changes in patient condition, patient and family concerns, diagnostic results and clarification of orders.
  • Responds appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Accepts, accurately documents and ensures accurate transcription of physician verbal orders.
  • Assures all orders are initiated by conducting periodic chart and meditech reviews throughout the shift.
  • Demonstrates computer literacy and competency in O/E and chart review.
  • Verifies and coordinates scheduling of tests and procedures.
  • Maintains adherence to infection control measures, including wearing personal protective equipment per policy.
  • Responds to patient requests in a timely manner, answering questions about patient condition as appropriate.

5. Participates at the unit level to support unit functioning.(RN)

  • Participates in unit staff meetings.
  • Successfully completes all required education courses as assigned within established deadlines.
  • Adheres to attendance and tardiness policies.
  • Conforms to hospital and departmental dress code.
  • Always utilizes sign-in/sign-out documentation sheet for meals or breaks.
  • Participates in unit based performance improvement data collection as needed and in unit based improvement efforts as assigned.
  • Reviews unit and hospital communication on a routine basis to include electronic and paper formats.
  • Assures that computer data entries are complete and accurate.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all records (patient/employee.)
  • Ensures appropriate use of equipment used in patient care; ensures that broken equipment is tagged for repair.

6. Participates in healthcare education needs of the patient and family.(RN)

  • Assesses patient educational needs and utilizes educational programs for teaching.
  • Documentation reflects implementation of teaching plan.
  • Documents evaluation of patient and family understanding and areas of inadequate understanding.
  • Revises education to reflect current patient status.
  • Utilizes appropriate resource persons and documents referrals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Current AC LS required for Telemetry and Observation nurses.
  • Current C PR/BLS is required.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN licensure in the State of Maryland.
  • One year previous experience in Med/Surg Nursing within the past five years.

Physical Requirements

  • More than 75% of work time will involve pushing, pulling, stretching, bending and walking.
  • Must be able to hear normal sounds with some background noise.
  • Must have ability to use a standard computer keyboard, and be able to read a computer screen and differentiate colors.
  • Routinely lifts objects under 50 pounds.
Junior Level
44d ago
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Average Salary For a Staff Nurse

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Staff Nurse is $66,734 per year or $32 per hour. The highest paying Staff Nurse jobs have a salary over $117,000 per year while the lowest paying Staff Nurse jobs pay $38,000 per year

Average Staff Nurse Salary
$66,000 yearly
$32 hourly
Updated June 27, 2022
$38,000
10 %
$66,000
Median
$117,000
90 %

4 Common Career Paths For a Staff Nurse

Registered Nurse Supervisor

A Registered Nurse Supervisor oversees a team of registered nurses in a hospital or clinic, making sure that all operations are efficient and up to standard. Moreover, they are responsible for the daily management of nurses, such as when it comes to evaluation, development, and assigning schedules and patients. Aside from supervising and ensuring that everything is running smoothly in their field, they also have to communicate and coordinate with physicians and even families of patients. The responsibilities of a Nurse Supervisor is challenging; this is why they must be proactive and excellent at communication.

Clinical Coordinator

A clinical coordinator is responsible for monitoring a healthcare facility's daily operations, ensuring the best quality services for the patients. Clinical coordinators perform administrative and clerical tasks as needed, such as organizing patient files, communicating with other departments and healthcare organizations for validating patients' information and insurance documents, prepare medical reports, assist medical professionals in medical procedures, and observe sanitary and hygienic standards. A clinical coordinator must have excellent time-management skills to perform duties under minimal supervision.

Clinic Registered Nurse

A clinic registered nurse is responsible for providing immediate care and treatments to patients while working alongside physicians and specialists. Assigned in a clinic or similar setting, they are mostly responsible for obtaining patient information and medical history, administering appropriate medication, and coordinating with health care experts. Moreover, they must thoroughly discuss necessary information to patients and their guardians and respond to any inquiries under the physician's guidelines. It is essential to make patients feel at ease and implement the policies of the clinic.

Team Leader

Team leaders are responsible for managing a team for a specific project or work component. They primarily guide the team members and ensure that they are still working towards the set goals. Team leaders create strategies to reach goals, cascade the goals and strategies to team members, assign tasks, conduct periodic check-ups on the roadmap towards the goals, foster an engaging work environment, motivate and coach team members, monitor team performance, evaluate the strategies and come up with mitigating plans as needed. They are also responsible for reporting the team's progress to higher management.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Staff Nurse

Staff Nurse Jobs FAQs

Can a staff nurse make 100k?

Yes, you can make $100,000 per year as a staff nurse. The chances of earning over $100k for a staff nurse are actually pretty good because the highest-paid staff nurse positions typically pay at least $117,000 per year. The average annual salary is $66,734 for staff nurse jobs. For example, staff nurses in California whose salaries are in the 90th percentile earn an average salary of $185,000.

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