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Top 50 Staff Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Staff Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Staff Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.7% of Staff Nurse resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Staff Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Staff Nurse

1. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Served as the liaison between nursing personnel, administration, clinical and medical staff to coordinate all aspects of patient care.
  • Work as a team with patients, families, and medical professionals in order to provide safe and effective patient care.
  • Collaborate with other charge nurses, shift supervisor, and patient care coordinator to ensure 24 hour continuity of care.
  • Handled difficult situations involved in patient care, refusal of treatment, missed treatments, employee-patient conflict.
  • Monitor all aspects of patient care, including diet, physical activity, and wound care.
  • Coordinate patient care with Physicians, Case Managers, and Social Workers including discharge planning.
  • Direct patient care of all types of Emergency patient ranging from neonate to geriatric.
  • Provided direct patient care services in accordance with legal, ethical and institution standards.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations, and nursing diagnoses.
  • Provided assistance with patient care; coordinated patient transfers to other facilities.
  • Participated in assessment, plan, implement and evaluated patient care plans.
  • Observe, assess, plan, intervene and evaluate patient care.
  • Dedicated to provide high quality and safe patient care.
  • Provided support, information, and direct patient care.
  • Provide hands-on patient care instruction to student-nurses as Preceptor.
  • Provided total patient care to veterans with various diagnoses.
  • Deliver care based on defined standards of patient care and nursing evidence-based practice.Provide direct patient care.
  • Consult and coordinate with healthcare team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans.
  • Document all aspects of patient care.
  • Direct and total patient care of patients undergoing Hemodialysis at Munson Outpatient Center in local area.

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2. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborated with physician, charge nurse, patient and family to establish plan of care based on patient's need.
  • Acted as Charge Nurse, initiated protocol orders, and communicated with security staff to solve emergent situations.
  • Communicated all pertinent patient, family and staff issues to the Charge Nurse in daily written report.
  • Charge nurse, unit based committees, staff scheduling, and staff education.
  • Staff and Charge Nurse rotation on a Voluntary Inpatient Psychiatric unit.
  • Charge Nurse responsibilities from 1983 in the Level II Nursery
  • Charge Nurse for 30 bed inpatient hospital unit.
  • Serve as Charge Nurse on a rotating basis.
  • Charge nurse on rotation basis as needed.
  • Acted as relief charge nurse as needed.
  • Charge nurse, preceptor and mentor.
  • Participated in charge nurse relief weekly.
  • Work as a Charge Nurse when assigned
  • Charge Nurse for Unit 3 - Dual Diagnosis Unit.
  • Lead team as Charge Nurse.
  • Served as a role model with charge nurse responsibilities and orientation in opening a new medical unit.
  • Full time Charge Nurse, Clinical Ladder IV, for a 38 bed orthopedic in-patient unit.
  • Charge nurse role included maintaining the unit, patient and staff assignments.
  • Served as Charge Nurse and Preceptor to new onboarding nursing associates.
  • Charge Nurse of the Hemodialysis Unit at Worcester City Hospital.

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3. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Involved in creating diagnosis-based educational packets for Maternal/Child Health.
  • Charge nurse on a 24 bed cardiac step-down unit overseeing four RN's, two CNA's, and one secretary.
  • Communicated with physicians and families concerning any changes of condition and followed through with physician orders and treatments.
  • Fulfilled floor nursing duties for adult psychiatric mental health patients; acted as charge RN in rotation.
  • Transferred after one year to newly formed Triage Nursing Office for Internal Medicine Group.
  • Establish, implement, and evaluate goals of the postpartum unit and newborn nursery.
  • Assisted with labor and delivery in high-risk maternity cases.
  • Assist counselors with all medical related concerns / issues.
  • Performed morning care on each designated patient.
  • Weekend RN coverage for assisted living Community.
  • Rotated as RN/tech during G.I.
  • Assisted in scheduling, staff support, and ongoing supervision of RN's, LPN's, and CNA's.
  • Started as an LPN 10 2003 and received my RN in 2010.
  • Learned an updated computer system for patient documentation and communication.
  • Staff RN for PRN/Per Diem basis for local hospitals on med/surg floors
  • Assist in orientation of student nurses and externs.
  • VOLUNTEER POSITION Volunteered at ACORN clinic for 13 years.
  • Staff RN of the Med-Surg Unit at Denton Presbyterian Hospital of Denton.
  • Supervised RNs, LPNs, CANs and other staff.
  • Precepted new hire RNs and Fellow RNs.

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4. Surgery
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Here's how Surgery is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Initiate patient education for inpatient populations and discharge instructions for outpatient surgery patients.
  • Direct stabilization and care of post surgery patients emerging from anesthesia.
  • Direct patient care for ambulatory surgery patients.
  • Staff nurse-post op eye surgery, burn patients recovery and step down care.
  • Assisted the patients in decreasing pain and enhancing performance after or without surgery.
  • Worked closely with the anesthesia and surgery team involving patients' care.
  • Admitted patients to Same Day Surgery Unit in preparation for surgery/procedures.
  • Called patients the day after surgery for follow up care.
  • Travel nurse assignment to scrub and circulate in general surgery.
  • Admitted Veterans to the Same Day Surgery/Pre-GI check in area.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery.
  • Staff Nurse on a Vascular Surgery Unit
  • Scrub nurse for chief of surgery.
  • Staff nurse in ambulatory surgery center.
  • Help position patients for surgery.
  • labor & delivery, also gynecology surgery patients
  • Started and maintained IV's, Supervised nurses aides, prepped pts for surgery and post op care.
  • Provide bedside care for a wide variety of medical patients, including pre- and post-surgery patients.
  • Assist in Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery procedures; setting up and maintaining sterile environment.
  • Eye surgery cataracts, retina Plastics ENT ORTHO

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5. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Experienced as an ICU nurse and cross trained as an emergency room and recovery nurse.
  • Gained the parents trust with honesty and integrity in dealing with difficult decisions and issues.
  • Provided high quality patient care on a correctional unit and in the ICU.
  • Level 1 and Level 2 facilities, to include high risk obstetrics and NICU
  • Serve as expert nurse consultant for ICU and general medical/surgical floor nurses.
  • Experience working on the Telemetry floor and in the ICU.
  • Provided care for pediatric patients in a PICU step-down environment.
  • Assist in emergency procedures and line insertions in the ICU.
  • Ensured high levels of patient-centered care in the ICU.
  • Staff RN in MICU/SICU/CVICU combined unit.
  • Floated to all units which include ER, OPS, ICU, PAT, and the orthopedic floor.
  • Educate nurses in the CVICU regarding the VADs and facilitate support from corporate representatives as needed for additional training.
  • Provided total care for ICU patients, monitored MAP, BP, and titrated cardiac drips.
  • Provided nursing care to patients in neurological, surgical, and medical ICUs.
  • Staff RN in cardiac catheterization lab, floated to ER and ICU weekly.
  • Staff nurse in a Med/Surgical unit, renal transplant, and Surgical ICU.
  • Lead staff that included 30 full-time RNs in daily management of ICU.
  • Direct supervise less-skilled nursing or healthcare personnel or supervise a paticular unit.
  • Care of patients post-craniotomy with ventriculostomy drains and ICP monitoring.
  • Worked as RN staff at several NICUs in Az.

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6. Telemetry
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Here's how Telemetry is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Shine 9 Performed primary nursing care for medical/Surgical unit with telemetry and overflow from other departments.
  • Direct Referral Clinic: Patient triage, telemetry, primary care of multidisciplinary populations.
  • Conduct diagnostic testing and perform cardiac and respiratory functioning assessments with telemetry monitoring.
  • Cared for patients needed telemetry monitoring and those with artificial respiratory support systems.
  • Analyzed, interpreted and monitored patients with cardiac disease requiring telemetry.
  • Provide Primary Care Nursing on telemetry, orthopedic and medical-surgical units.
  • Work as part of a cohesive team within a 24-bed telemetry unit primarily focusing upon cardiac patient care.
  • Float staff for all medical surgical floors, telemetry, inpatient rehab, and special care nursery
  • Worked as 'Nurse In-Charge' in providing headship and leadership for 37 bed telemetry unit.
  • Provided competent nursing care for a Neurology, Stroke, Oncology, and Telemetry Unit.
  • Assigned to provide patient care for up to 5-6 patients on a telemetry unit.
  • Care for oncology, medical, surgical, and remote telemetry patients.
  • Float Pool on: Oncology floor, Telemetry but mostly in NICU.
  • Provided direct patient care on Telemetry and ICU as needed.
  • Staff nurse duties on a telemetry and oncology unit.
  • Served as charge nurse of medical surgical telemetry unit.
  • Charge nurse of a 32-bed telemetry unit PCU.
  • Interpreted telemetry strips, monitored cardiac rhythms, worked with MD's to treat cardiac arrythmias.
  • Staff Nurse, Cardiac/Telemetry Coordinated and delivered patient care for cardiovascular patients Licensed Vocational/Practical Nurse
  • Center for Neuroscience @ Gwinnett Medical Center - Lawrenceville GA Neuro Intermediate, and Neuro Acute, Telemetry/Stroke unit.

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7. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Work collaboratively with doctors for efficient patient management and delivery of optimal treatment plans.
  • Provided patient education specific to terminal illness and oncology treatment plans.
  • Educate patient and families regarding patient rights, stages of disease, medications, treatment plans, procedures and ongoing wellness.
  • Assessed overall condition of patient and how this related to disease/healing states to help collaborate and have input for treatment plans.
  • Educated patients and family members about mental health and medical conditions, preventive health measures, medications, or treatment plans.
  • Complete nursing assessment, nursing treatment plans and labs as indicted for new intake patients, during confinement and at discharge.
  • Initial interview and assessment of patients, assistance with treatment plans, follow up and post treatment plans.
  • Assured that master treatment plans were appropriate and up to date for patients ages 3-20.
  • Served as liaison between patients and physicians to assist patients in understanding their treatment plans.
  • Develop and carry out treatment plans for patients with broad-range of mental health issues.
  • Perform assessment, nursing plan of care, and treatment plans and discharge planning.
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Collaborate with other health care professionals to develop and revise treatment plans.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Follow physician's orders accurately and provide patient care plans/treatment plans.
  • Collaborate with physicians, counselors and peers to develop treatment plans.
  • Conducted medical exams and provided treatment plans for ENT patients.
  • Educated patients about their diagnoses and treatment plans.
  • Conducted assessment treatment plans monitored throughout a 28 day program.
  • Implemented strategies to successfully meet goals as determined in individual treatment plans .

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8. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Coordinated the flow of each patient from arrival to triage for evaluation, admission, delivery, then over to postpartum.
  • Perform assessment, intake triage information, collaborate daily with CRNP/MD for daily rounds or clarifications of orders assist and lead staff
  • Developed leadership skills as an observation (triage) nurse, stabilization nurse at high-risk deliveries and charge nurse.
  • Manage daily patient flow, train and supervise clinical staff, telephone surgical consultations, triage patient calls.
  • Perform whatever triage is necessary to stabilize the client and provide access to all necessary medical treatment.
  • Assisted in the development of computerized documentation of calls coming through the nurse triage line.
  • Provide skilled experience in triage with the ability and knowledge needed to prioritize.
  • Staff nurse at both Urgent Care centers and Dean-on-Call phone triage center.
  • Utilize ESI (emergency severity index) and initiate triage protocols.
  • Developed Triage protocols, flow process and handling of calls.
  • Assess triage patients in an ambulatory and telephone setting.
  • Provided triage to patients to evaluate status of labor.
  • Provided Triage assessment, care, and education.
  • Managed telephone triage and post operative follow up.
  • Worked in triage area assessing outpatients.
  • Charge Nurse, Triage, Pediatric ER, Urgent Care, Observation Unit
  • Completed FML paperwork, disability paperwork, triage, prior authorizations and educated on pre/post op instructions.
  • Triaged many incoming patient calls, completed paperwork, coordinated referrals, and provided patient education.
  • Performed initial psychiatric assessments in emergency triage as a float.
  • Triaged patients according to their illness.

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9. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Performed patient intake for crisis and physical trauma cases, administering first response care, and giving pain management techniques.
  • Worked in all areas of level one trauma center including triage, float nurse, and trauma setting.
  • Staff nurse in Level One Trauma center and RN staff nurse at Level 2 emergency room
  • Cared for critically ill and injured trauma and surgical patient on a step-down unit.
  • Considered to be one of the best level II trauma centers in the South
  • Cared for all levels of patients, including ventilated post-surgical and post-trauma patients.
  • Assess and treat medical and trauma patients in Level 2 emergency room.
  • Fast paced trauma and medical care of patients of all age groups.
  • Level II trauma, 20-bed unit with annual visits of 75,000.
  • Staff nurse level 2 trauma center; relief charge nurse.
  • Experience working in a fast paced level one trauma center.
  • Worked with trauma and general surgical patients.
  • Level I trauma, ER.
  • Average ward census of five polytrauma patients on orthopedic, surgical, plastics, and pain services.
  • Cared for multiple trauma patients in Vail, Colorado during the peak of ski season.
  • staff: CVSICU, CCU, Trauma ICU, MICU, SICU
  • Provided procedural sedation and recovery of Interventional Radiology patients, including ICU and Trauma.
  • Delivered patient care in 24-bed SICU / Neuro / Trauma / Burn / Ortho Level 1 Trauma ICU.
  • Treated patients with strokes, head traumas, comas and intra-cranial hematomas.
  • Care of patients in Acute CCU, CVICU, Trauma ICU, Neuro ICU, Med-Surg ICU, Sub-acute Neuro.

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10. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Collected laboratory specimens and vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs, respiratory status, administered pain medication, assessed wakefulness, incisions, drains and dressings.
  • Administered prescribed medications and dressing changes; provided wound care, and monitored vital signs and telemetry.
  • Assessed patients for change in vital signs; took decisive action to remedy problematic situations.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Obtained and recorded patients' vital signs, intake and output and blood glucose.
  • Administered medications, changed dressings, cleaned wounds, and monitored vital signs.
  • Inform physician of any abnormal readings for both vital signs and blood sugars.
  • Take vital signs and assess patient condition to detect deviations from normal.
  • Transcribed all patient orders and took vital signs as needed.
  • Record patients' medical information and vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs and blood sugar levels.
  • Obtained vital signs and evaluated data.
  • Obtain patient history and vital signs.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs.
  • Measured and recorded vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs, administered IV medications to regulate blood pressure, monitored intra-aortic balloon pumps and ventilators.
  • Administered medications, monitored vital signs, performed venipuncture and complex dressing changes.
  • Guided students in the taking vital signs in infants, toddlers, pre-school, and school age through adolescents.
  • monitored post op vital signs, set up PCA, PCEA, fluids.

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11. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with physicians and other health care professionals to ensure patient specific care from admission to discharge.
  • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate a patient's care along with other members of the health care team.
  • Assess, collaborate and coordinate discharge planning needs and readiness for discharge with other members of the Health care team.
  • Provided nursing care utilizing the nursing process while establishing patient goals to meet health care needs in ER.
  • Collaborate with members of multidisciplinary health care teams to plan, manage, or assess patient treatments.
  • Directed and supervised less skilled nursing or health care personnel or supervise a particular unit.
  • Provided health care services to children with short-term, intermittent or complex chronic care needs.
  • Educate patients and families on health care needs, conditions, options, and procedures.
  • Collaborated with other health care professionals and service providers to ensure optimal patient care.
  • Provide in-home nursing care, coordinate and manage health care plans for clients.
  • Educate patients and family members on health care needs, conditions, etc.
  • Provide education and demonstration to families regarding infant's health care and precautions.
  • Communicate with health care team members to promote optimal client health and outcomes.
  • Assisted patients and their families in the education of health care needs.
  • Functioned as an agency staff nurse at various health care institutions.
  • Educate patients and family members in their health care needs.
  • Direct and supervise less skilled nursing or health care personal.
  • Supervised nurses and lower level health care staff.
  • Collaborate care with Pulmonologist and other health care disciplines
  • Direct Resident care Supervise Nursing assistants Coordinate activities and communication between Health care professionals Review and update staffing for day shift

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12. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Staff RN in a busy 8 bed Level I Emergency Department staffed by 1 RN and a CNA
  • Delegate assignments appropriately to CNA's byway of knowing which staff can capably handle which patients.
  • Worked with floor educator as needed to assist with education of nursing and CNA staff.
  • Worked closely with the CNA to assist patients with mobility and personal hygiene.
  • Created staff assignments and supervised CNA's during shift.
  • Provided all supervisory visits to LVN and CNA employees.
  • Managed care to residents by CNA's.
  • Supervised CNA staff working while on duty.
  • Direct CNA's under my supervision.
  • Distributed medications, Drew Blood, In charge of CNA's on Eve and Night shifts.
  • Managed 2 or more CNA/CMA's during shift.
  • Supervised teams of 5-8 CNA's.
  • Cared for up to 26 residents at a time, and supervised up to 6 CNAs at a time.
  • Supervised other LPNs and CNAs and served as a preceptor/mentor to first-year nursing students.
  • Delegate responsibilities to CNAs and oversee admissions and discharges.
  • Coordinated care with LPN's and 'CNA's.
  • Supervised care provided by CNAs Provided patient care for up to 30 patients on a long term care floor.
  • Coordinate, supervise and delegate duties and responsibilities to LPNs, CNAs and RNs.
  • Execute comprehensive patient care collaboration with doctors, RNs, and CNAs.
  • Supervised 8-10 CMAs and CNAs per shift.

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13. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Maintain up-to-date computerized patient records and communicated relevant information to physicians, staff members and other agencies.
  • Implemented organizational triage system increasing efficiency and communication across the department and among staff members.
  • Be responsible for establishing, contributing and maintaining healthy interpersonal relationships with all staff members.
  • Charge RN: Coordinate staff members to ensure the flow of the patients and complete necessary paperwork for the company.
  • Served as Admission Nurse, preceptor for new staff members and as resource person for students and staff.
  • Supervised the care delivery of up 20 staff members on a family-centered birth center.
  • Acted as charge nurse; oversaw all nursing functions/activities, supervised staff members.
  • Function as an expert resource for staff members, patients, and families.
  • Assisted Nurse Manager with staffing and scheduling of thirty plus staff members.
  • Perform performance evaluations on staff members Monthly care plan rounds with doctors.
  • Conducted orientation, training, and evaluation for new staff members.
  • Provided and received reports to/from staff members as well as doctors.
  • Functioned as lead RN to the unit and other staff members.
  • Provide formal and informal education to other staff members.
  • Assisted in the orientation of new staff members.
  • Mentored new students and staff members.
  • Trained and supervised new staff members.
  • Train new staff members as appropriate.
  • Cared for 2- 3 critically ill patients, undertook relief charge duties, and precepted new staff members.
  • Rotated as charge nurse, overseeing staff members (NA's, Unit Secretaries).

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14. Intensive Care
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Here's how Intensive Care is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Performed nursing tasks applicable to intensive care patient population.
  • Charge nurse and staff nurse in a 30 bed intensive care unit at a level one trauma center.
  • Staff RN/Charge RN in Coronary/Medical/Surgical Intensive Care Unit, an 8 bed unit working with vented and.
  • Performed all activities required for a nurse in an Intensive Care unit and a Cardiac Care unit.
  • Care of patients in intensive care and emergency department, evening and night post-anesthesia recovery.
  • Floated to other units (Intensive care, Orthopedics, Transitional care) when needed.
  • Worked as a staff RN in both the Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department.
  • Provide care of critically ill patients in a four-bed Intensive Care Unit.
  • Staff RN-Clinical III Medical Intensive Care Unit Sept.
  • Floated to the Intensive Care Unit when necessary.
  • Staff RN in the Intermediate Intensive Care Unit
  • Staff Nurse -- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Rotated throughout various adult intensive care units as needed including cardiac, medicine, neuro, and thoracic surgery.
  • charge nurse for Labor and Delivery, worked postpartum and neonatal intensive care when requested.
  • Provided intensive care nursing, peritoneal dialysis, and wound care.
  • Worked per diem in surgical and medical intensive care units.
  • Staff Intensive Care and Intensive Cardiac Care Clinical Nursing Instructor
  • Worked per diem in the intensive care unit at Benefis Health System.
  • Floated on a monthly basis to Hoag's neuro-surgical intensive care unit.
  • Air& Land) Pediatric Surgical and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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15. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Operated highly specialized equipment such as ventilators and invasive monitors while also assisting in bedside surgical procedures and conscious sedation.
  • Implement, evaluate and provide comprehensive patient care in the post-operative phase of recovery for all inpatient/outpatient surgical procedures.
  • Job duties: managing care for patients experiencing general medical conditions or general surgical procedures.
  • Provided immediate post-anesthesia care to patients undergoing inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures.
  • Supervised and directed preparation and care of patients undergoing surgical procedures.
  • Assisted doctors in examination, medical and surgical procedures.
  • Moderate sedation nurse during bedside surgical procedures.
  • Provide care for pediatric to geriatric populations undergoing a wide range of surgical procedures on either an outpatient or inpatient basis
  • Prepare patients for surgical procedures, and provide post op care to ensure a safe course of care.
  • Prepare patients for surgical procedures; circulate and scrub in the operating room.
  • Scrubbed, Circulated and First Assisted in all surgical procedures.
  • Assisted the physician in minor medical and surgical procedures.
  • Admit patients to prepare for surgical procedures.
  • Circulate and Scrub for surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with minor surgical procedures.
  • Assist in various Surgical procedures.
  • Monitor patient progress and assisted in physical therapy rehabilitation process Assisted MD s during invasive and minor surgical procedures.
  • Serve as circulator during surgical procedures.
  • Obtain and expedite laboratory and stress test procedures, results and assist with surgery candidates pre-surgical procedures.
  • Acted as circulator for many surgical procedures in the operating room.

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16. Critical Care
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Here's how Critical Care is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Traveled to various hospitals in Tulsa and coordinated the care of patients on medical/surgical/telemetry/critical care units.
  • Provided emergency and critical care to the critically ill patients in Surgical ICU, Medical ICU, and the Burn Unit.
  • Provided primary patient care nursing services in telemetry, critical care, medical surgical, oncology and cardiac step-down unit.
  • Provided patient care for trauma, pediatric, surgical, and any type of critical care patients.
  • Worked on a PRN basis throughout the system as an ICU and Critical Care RN.
  • Direct patient care of acute and critical care patients, and post-open heart patients.
  • Initiated and monitored patients on dialysis in the acute and critical care setting.
  • Provide care of critically ill patients in an eight-bed Critical Care Unit.
  • Provided critical care assessment skills and planning for patient care.
  • Initiated and implemented Standards Committee for critical care area.
  • Served as staff nurse in the critical care setting.
  • Functioned in a charge nurse role in critical care.
  • Educate new parents on after birth care Northwestern Memorial Hospital Critical Care Units Clinical Supervisor: Megan Kehoe, R.N.
  • Skilled in the initiation, maintenance and monitoring of the patient receiving critical care IV Push mendications and drips.
  • Staff Nurse-Progressive Care Unit Perform critical care nursing and direct patient care on an expanded 42 bed unit.
  • Identified and intervened in critical care, psychiatric conditions, pediatric patients and the elderly.
  • Designated as the in-service instructor for new orientees to the critical care unit.
  • Worked on a per-diem basis in the Critical Care/Intensive Care Unit.
  • Incuded 12 week Critical Care Fellowship.
  • care, pain management, telemetry, critical care, trauma, open heart patients

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17. LPN
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Here's how LPN is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Provided direct care to medical, surgical, and orthopedic patients and supervised care delivered by LPNs and unlicensed personnel.
  • Direct care for patients, oversee the respiratory therapists, LPN's, and PCT's.
  • Provided supervision for one LPN, eight medical assistants, and nine medical receptionists.
  • Employed in Emergency Room as Technician and LPN from May 2002 to February 2005.
  • Case Management, Supervision of care pod, LPN's and Dialysis Techs.
  • Supervised 1 - 3 LPNs/Corpsmen and rotated as shift charge nurse.
  • Supervised LPNs and nursing support staff including nurse's aides.
  • Team lead with Patient Care Technicians and LPNs.
  • Supervised assigned LPN and CNA staff
  • Assess and treat rehab and elderly clients Supervise staff of LPNs and CNAs Maintain adequate staffing for average of eighty residents
  • Supervised LPNs and staff RNs to ensure competency, and adherence to policies and procedures.
  • Supervised assisted and evaluated CNAs and LPNs while providing leadership and encouraging rapport.
  • Provide orientation for new RN's and LPN's assigned to healthcare.
  • Supervised patient care and the work of LPN and CNA staff.
  • General nursing duties and supervision of LPNs and CNAs.
  • Charge Nurse, supervises and delegates to 2 LPNs and 3 MHTs.
  • Included LPNs, Medication Aides, and CNAs.
  • House float for two years as LPN.
  • Supervised, directed and evaluated staff (RNs, LPNs, and CNAs) as directed.
  • Supervised RNs, LPNs, and CNAs.

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18. Oncology
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  • Provided nursing care to Hematology/Oncology patients on an intensive 42-bed unit.
  • Case management of oncology patients of specialty oncologist.
  • Provide comprehensive patient care to oncology and respiratory patients
  • Worked with oncology patients and administered chemotherapy.
  • Staff nurse on a fast paced renal/oncology/medical/surgical unit
  • Cared for oncology patients and administered chemotherapy.
  • Care for oncology patients receiving chemotherapy.
  • Administered chemotherapy products to oncology patients.
  • School Age/Adolescent & Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Units
  • Staff Nurse on Inpatient Oncology Ward responsible for care of patients on the 3-11pm shift.
  • Care and assessment and teaching of medical surgical, oncology, telemetry and pediatric patients.
  • Gained extensive experience in care of oncology, hospice, post-surgical and diabetic patients.
  • Staff nurse on a medical oncology unit in a large teaching hospital
  • Provide direct patient care on a 31 bed Med-Surg/ Oncology department.
  • Provided comprehensive education to patients regarding cardiac, oncology and pre/post operative care.
  • Care of six medical/surgical/oncology patients Prepared Patients assignments for nursing staff
  • Administer chemotherapy, regulate staffing, and oversee nursing staff Provide direct patient care on 31 bed Med-Surg/Oncology department.
  • Participate in oncology rounds and care for post partem patients with complications.
  • Charge Nurse, Med/Surg/Oncology and Rehabilitation, Preceptor.
  • Educated oncology patients and family on pre and post chemopharmacal, radiation and surgical therapies.

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19. Physician Orders
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  • Supervised ordering of medications from pharmacies and ensured accuracy of quarterly physician orders.
  • Administered medications, fluid therapy and other appropriate treatments per physician orders.
  • Execute physician orders, monitor patients recovering from mac and general anesthesia.
  • Administered patient medications, and interpreted physician orders.
  • Received and followed Physician orders.
  • Ensured physician orders were executed.
  • Transcribed and initiate physician orders.
  • Implemented physician orders, supervised nursing assistants and student nurses, activities of daily living, personal hygiene and family dynamics.
  • Provide wound care per for patients with varies types of impaired skin integrity based upon physician orders.
  • Remained a strong patient advocate while following hospital protocols, physician orders and residents in training.
  • Communicate change in patient's condition to the physician, obtain and carried out physician orders.
  • Input and carry out physician orders using electronic medical record system, Point Click Care.
  • Implemented physician orders and provided verbal and written discharge instructions to the patient and family.
  • Assess residents, contact physician as needed and carry out physician orders as indicated.
  • Charge nurse responsibilities including patient assignments, physician orders and staffing issues.
  • Completed nursing duties and physician orders in timely manner.
  • Educated patient and family to comply with physician orders.
  • Carried out physician orders of medications and treatments.
  • Administered medications and treatment per physician orders.
  • Initiated care plans and transcribed physician orders into their appropriate Kardex.

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20. Acute Care
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  • Provided care to both the young adult -geriatric patients in acute care or Rehab settings on a 20-bed unit.
  • Served in all shifts in 25-bed acute care hospital, including emergency room, OB, and Med-Surg nursing.
  • Staff RN providing primaries nursing care to the general pediatric population in a high-volume Acute Care setting.
  • Scheduled, coordinated and delivered high quality patient care in a 30-bed long-term acute care ward.
  • Offered a position in Sub Acute care obtaining years of experience in this area of nursing.
  • Worked in a Float capacity to support patient needs at an acute care 667 bed hospital.
  • Served as a staff nurse on a medical-surgical unit of an acute care hospital.
  • Charge Nurse for day shift on Northeastern Ohio's largest acute care Psychiatric facility.
  • Performed total patient care for 6-8 patients in a long-term acute care facility.
  • Provision of nursing care to surgical patients in an acute care setting.
  • Provided assessment and recommendation of wound care in acute care hospital setting.
  • Provided nursing care for patients on an Acute Care Medical/ Surgical Unit.
  • Case mix consisted of Acute Care, and Oncology.
  • Gained acute care experience as a Graduate Nurse.
  • Total care of 5 acute care patients.
  • Work PRN in sub-acute care unit.
  • Provided direct nursing care to patients in an acute care psychiatric hospital, including preserving the safety of patients.
  • Job Description: Full time - Psychiatric Nurse in an acute care in-patient facility.
  • Care of patients within a long term acute care facility Computerized documentation Assessment and implementation of patient plan of care.
  • Staff RN, 6/2010 4/2013 Provided care in acute care setting as Medical/Surgical/Hospice RN.

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21. IV
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  • Administer medications, fluid therapy or appropriate treatments per physician orders, Document activity appropriately patient file.
  • Used relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with regulations and standards.
  • Communicated effectively with all interdisciplinary team members, families and visitors to provide quality patient outcomes.
  • Maintain positive collaboration with Labor and Delivery Unit in the facilitation of patient placement and transfer.
  • Work cooperatively with a multidisciplinary team ensuring adherence to stringent quality assurance and safety standards.
  • Monitored patient reactions to drugs and carefully documented progress of individuals participating in clinical trials.
  • Assist physicians in conducting examinations and provided extensive family planning education.
  • Provide patient/family education on postoperative care, mobility precautions and medications.
  • Performed administrative and supervisory tasks.
  • Managed and directed the flow of the Emergency Room in order to maintain a safe and productive environment.
  • Delivered intravenous and oral medications, inserted IV's and drew appropriate supporting labs as needed.
  • Maintain overall shift operation in a safe, efficient, and effective manner.
  • Work with a diverse population of patients and volunteer support staff.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing care in ICU/CVICU nursing unit.
  • Provided palliative care for step-down cardiac patients.
  • Worked mostly with HIV patients.
  • Utilized de-escalation techniques to safely treat combative patients.
  • Initiated intravenous lines and maintained long term IV therapy, Performed G-tube and Ventilator Care.
  • Managed symptoms and titrated IV medications according to physicians' protocol.
  • Carry out treatment and procedures that include IV insertion, injections, phlebotomy, respiratory treatments and catheterization.

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22. Medical Records
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  • Alerted supervisor about problem cases maintained accurate medical records provided health care education for both inmates and correctional staff.
  • Maintained medical records and ensured that medications and treatments were administered correctly.
  • Submitted patient documents into electronic medical records using facility's scanning software.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient charts and electronic medical records.
  • Maintain medical records to ensure chart and documentation accuracy.
  • Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records.
  • Have inmate sign an Authorization to Disclose Confidential Information Form when needed to fax for medical records.
  • Conducted nightly 24-hour review of medical records and made additions, corrections and deletions as needed.
  • Document and maintain medical records in accordance with the Health Dept and Nursing standards.
  • Reviewed patient's medical records as necessary for quality and continuity of services.
  • Develop and implement nursing care plans and maintain medical records.
  • Handle medical crises, Keep accurate and complete medical records.
  • Created, managed, and maintained patient medical records.
  • Charted monthly progress notes and updated medical records.
  • Chart audits for compliance of the medical records.
  • Maintained the accuracy of medical records.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Prepare patient, medication,operating room suite and medical records for surgery.
  • Documented in patient medical electronic medical records, and supervised LPNs and CNAs.
  • Use of Meditech electronic medical records system.

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23. EKG
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  • Provide emergency medical assistance; maintain therapeutic milieu; administer medications/vaccinations; perform EKG's.
  • Care included cardiac monitoring of telemetry patients, and interpretation of basic and advanced 12-lead EKG's, and laboratory interpretations.
  • Assess patients' clinical conditions utilizing invasive and non-invasive monitoring equipment including CVP, EKG, SPO2, and A-line.
  • Mastered interpretation of the 12-lead EKG and telemetry in an 8/16-hour shift.
  • Skilled in bedside monitoring, 12 lead EKG, and ventilators.
  • Obtained EKG's and blood work to treat any abnormalities.
  • Skilled in Hewlett Packard bedside monitoring and 12-lead EKG.
  • Read telemetry strips, monitor for EKG changes.
  • Stoke scale certified as well as EKG class completed
  • Demonstrated skills such as IV insertion, Port-A-Cath access, blood draws, blood transfusions, EKGs, and telemetry monitoring.
  • Administered medications, transcribed Physicians orders, conducted EKG's, provided wound care and charted per NCBON guidelines.
  • Perform point of care testing, EKGs, bedside bladder scanner, pulse Doppler, and pulse volume recordings.
  • Perform 12 lead EKG's, hemodynamic monitoring, peritoneal dialysis, ventilator and tracheotomy care.
  • Assist with arrest codes, including defibrillation, cardiac medications, cardiac monitoring and EKG's.
  • Monitored telemetry rhythms, read EKGs, managed patients with respiratory and cardiac conditions.
  • Obtained vital signs, medical history, pre-op lab work, EKG's.
  • Skilled in EKG, phlebotomy, and medication administration.
  • Experienced in placing peripheral IV, blood draws, EKG, suctioning, trach care, IV sites.
  • Prepared patients for surgical and radiological procedures, initiated and maintained intravenous therapy, and operated 12-lead EKG.
  • Identified emergent arrhythmias, proficient in EKG interpretation, transcutaneous pacemaker and cardio version.

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24. Pain Management
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  • Post Anesthesia Care Unit including assessment of respiratory status, neurological status, pain management and generalized well-being of patient.
  • Executed pain management and detoxification procedures for patients under the supervision of the Medical doctor and other medical support staff.
  • Provided post-operative care to orthopedic patients with a focus on safety and pain management techniques.
  • Provided comprehensive pain management via Pharmaceuticals and monitoring of patient.
  • Educated clients and families on disease processes, and broad aspects of therapeutic regimen, including medication and pain management techniques.
  • Assisted in emotional support, reviewed safety programs, rehab programs, room orientation, pain management, and medication education.
  • Educated patients/families on disease process, patient rights, procedures, tests, pain management and medication.
  • Educated Veteran and family on discharge instructions, physician follow up, pain management and post-op expectations.
  • Provided IV conscious sedation and assisted neurologists during pain management procedures in the c-arm room.
  • Increased education on pain management as well as hospice and palliative care.
  • Pain management, including PCA and NCA narcotic administration and monitoring.
  • Pain management, wound care & treatments.
  • Assess and initiate pain management regimen.
  • Implemented strategies for faster and uncomplicated recoveries such as aggressive pain management, early ambulation; and post-operative infection prevention.
  • Provided patient care, staff education; process improvement including pain management and reduction of readmissions following ambulatory surgery
  • Participated in all peri-operative nursing services with orthopedic and pain management surgical patients.
  • Pain management Monitor, record and report symptoms and changes in patients' conditions.
  • observed for bleeding from op site and pain management.
  • Provided total parenteral and enteral nutrition, pain management and antibiotic therapy.
  • Performed ANCC: Pain Management these tasks with a patient- centered focus while seeking opportunities

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25. Medication Administration
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  • Participate in discharge planning including teaching family members and patients wound care and medication administration process after discharge.
  • Monitored their overall performance, medication administration and interaction with clients having a wide range of disorders.
  • Emphasized technical skills, medication administration, and effective communication among hospital staff and patients.
  • Provide patient care, medication administration and subsequent monitoring of effects and adverse reactions.
  • Performed direct patient care including assessments, medication administration and documentation.
  • Possess good skills in Psych evaluation and psychotropic medication Administration.
  • Provided behavioral health assessments, medication administration, and education.
  • Managed and executed medication administration program for Independent living residents.
  • Supervised and reviewed LPN during IV medication administration and paperwork.
  • Provided direct nursing care and medication administration.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and compliance with all policies including but not limited to medication administration and patient care activities.
  • Post surgical patient assessment, monitoring, medication administration, and wound care.
  • Perform daily assessments, medication administration, and plan of cares.
  • Utilized eMar for electronic medication administration while conducting patient care.
  • Perform medication administration, wound care and phlebotomy.
  • Performed day to day patient care including; care plan development, medication administration, bedside medical procedures and patient assessments.
  • Performed clinical task (medication administration, I.V therapy, treatments, etc.)
  • Checked and redlined charts, entered orders, medication administration, assessments.
  • Staff nurse on overnights with a 6:1 medication administration Patient assessment Iv
  • Charge for basic care of 29 residents A dmissions on new residents Nursing A sses sment s. Medication administration.

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26. Acls
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  • Provided clinical intervention based on cardiac rhythms utilizing ACLS protocol, performed Peritoneal Dialysis on ESRD patients.
  • Practice requirements included BCLS/ACLS certifications.
  • Served as BLS and ACLS instructor and managed OSHA and Emergency Medication.
  • Attend all codes throughout the hospital and provide leadership of ACLS protocols.
  • Worked predominately ICU; ACLS certified, BCLS provider and instructor.
  • Educate staff on current ACLS protocols, and code management.
  • Maintained ACLS certification, BLS certification, and TNCC certification.
  • Experience in using ACLS protocols in appropriate situations.
  • Participate in ACLS delivery as needed.
  • Perform BCLS/ACLS protocols during crisis intervention.
  • Certified in ACLS, PALS, CPR Instructor and IV Therapy.
  • Certified in ACLS, PALS, and BLS.
  • Certified in ACLS, BCLS and NALS.
  • Maintained ACLS/BCLS certifications to identify and treat dysrhythmia detection and appropriate emergency intervention.
  • Number of beds in unit: 1 Daily census: 1 - 1Emergent care of Inmates/Staff following ACLS protocols and Pathways.
  • Maintained my ACLS during those years on the endoscopy and ICU units.Monitor and caring for patients.
  • Charge nurse on 3-11 shift ACLS certified
  • Certified in ACLS, PALS, ENPC, CPR, and TNCC.
  • Get patients ready for OR and Recover patients after procedures Skills Used ACLS
  • Registered Nurse - Trauma Certified Nurse - ACLS Certified - PALS Certified - BLS Certified - Nonviolent Crisis Intervention

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27. Primary Care
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  • Work collaboratively with primary care physicians, respiratory therapy and fellow nurses to achieve quality patient care.
  • Provided primary care for postoperative patients, and patients with serious illness or injury in 172-bed facility.
  • Participated in managing care in a large Cardiology/Primary care practice of two physicians and two nurse practitioners.
  • Provided direct, primary care to an average of five acutely ill patients during 12 hour shifts.
  • Worked on Primary Care Step Down Unit for one year, then transferred to ICU.
  • Practiced in various settings: Urgent Care, Primary Care, Home Based care
  • Provided primary care to patients on busy 32-bed Urology unit for three years.
  • Provided primary care for patients in clinic and assisted living/long term care facilities.
  • Collaborated with all disciplines; including the patient's Primary Care Physician.
  • Provided a full range of primary care nursing to critical cardiac patients.
  • Support for primary care providers and placement of nurse driven protocols.
  • Provide Primary Care for a professional caseload of client's.
  • Skilled Nursing and Primary care to patients with joint replacements.
  • Reported directly to primary care physicians and charge nurse.
  • Provide primary care to patients of all ages.
  • Worked on medical unit doing primary care nursing.
  • Labor and Delivery: Primary care nurse.
  • Modified primary care setting and supervised staff.
  • Delivered primary care nursing to patients.
  • Direct primary care for children with a wide variety of acute and chronic illness on the oncological/surgical unit.

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28. Pacu
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  • Worked in PACU providing direct patient care with thorough assessments, treatments and interventions utilizing high critical solving skills.
  • Staff Nurse and relief charge nurse in Labor Delivery, operating room, newborn nursery and postpartum and PACU.
  • Acted as charge nurse on the night shift PACU after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.
  • Begin working in the vascular PACU at Banner Heart in August of 2015.
  • Managed 24/7 work hour, vacation and call schedule for PACU nursing staff.
  • Provided direct patient care; circulate surgical cases, PACU recovery room.
  • Charge Nurse Responsibilities: directly responsible to PACU staff & patients safety.
  • Assist physicians in surgical cases and recover patients in PACU.
  • Coordinate continuity of patient care with PACU/ floor staff.
  • Mentored the PACU staff on a travel assignment in Tuba City, Arizona while working on the Navaho Indian Reservation.
  • Coordinate care with other units, ie; labor and delivery, nursery, ER, PACU and OR.
  • Communicate with ancillaries: Lab, Admissions, PACU.
  • Experience in working both pre-op and PACU.
  • Experienced RN for the O.R., PACU, Endo, Pre-Op & ER departments.
  • Experienced in Pre Op, Circulating, and PACU.
  • Practice professional nursing in PACU, provide leadership to staff by serving as part time charge nurse.
  • Coordinate and manage all perioperative phases of the patient's care which includes pre-operative, intraoperative, PACU and post-operative care.
  • Worked in pre-op and PACU UNIT FROM 1997-2004 Accomplishments Obtained and maintained my certification for PACU.
  • Float to general PACU, outpt pre-op and outpt.
  • Direct Patient Care Code Blue Response Team PACU (after hours) Staffing and scheduling Peer Review CQI

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29. Disease Process
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  • Educate patients/family regarding medications and disease process.
  • Educated patients and families about disease processes health maintenance, medications, community resources, and other topics essential to wellness.
  • Educate patients and families on health care needs, disease process, and plans of care while providing support.
  • Educate and advise patients and their families on health-related subject in association with current disease process and symptom management.
  • Provided nursing care to a diverse population with various medical conditions and disease processes on a telemetry unit.
  • Educate patients and family about disease process and how to manage condition at home.
  • Provide teaching and information regarding patients disease process to patient and family members.
  • Educated patients and families on disease processes, healthy lifestyles and discharge instructions.
  • Educate patients and families on disease process, procedures and treatment plan.
  • Educate patients on disease process, medication information and discharge instructions.
  • Educated patients concerning disease processes, therapies available, and medications.
  • Educate on medications, wound care, and disease process.
  • Educated client on disease process and treatment.
  • Educated patients on medications and disease processes.
  • Provide education on disease process management Collaborate with interdisciplinary team members
  • Staff nurse on med-surg unit of community hospital, caring for patients with a variety of disease processes and needs.
  • Job Duties: Managed skilled acute and chronic illnesses, multi-system disease process of an inpatient population.
  • Instruct in DM disease process, carb counting and diabetes' effect on other body systems.
  • Job Duties: Managed chronic multi-system disease process of an inpatient geriatric population.
  • Managed acute illnesses and chronic, complex, multi-system disease processes of adult and geriatric patient population.

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30. Picc
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  • Remove PICC, Central and IJ lines as per MD orders according to protocol.
  • Cared for PICC lines and Central lines as per protocol and administered IV medications.
  • Administer medications via IV, PICC line, PCA pump and Epidural.
  • Experience in wound care, PICC lines and blood transfusions.
  • Administer IV medications though PICC lines and TLC.
  • Access Port-a-cath's, PICC line care and dressing changes, IV insertion to administer chemotherapy, other IV medications.
  • Performed PICC line care, ileostomy care, administration of TPN, and IV fluid administration and maintenance.
  • Administer all medications, treatments, IV Medications, PICC Lines, Trach Care and daily nursing needs.
  • Performed peripheral IV care, PICC line care, JP care, G-tube care and tracheostomy care.
  • Skilled in Phlebotomy, initiating peripheral lines for IV therapy, maintaining central lines and PICC lines.
  • Worked with resident's on long term antibiotics, also caring for PICC lines, midlines
  • Placed PICCs in adult and pediatric patients using ultrasound and PICC tip location device.
  • Administer Medications Port a Cath, IV, PICC line, and PCA pumps.
  • Draw lab, start IV's, administer meds-PO/IV/PICC
  • Practice sterile techniques during foley insertion, PICC, central line and port-a-cath dressing changes and any other necessary procedures.
  • Participate in educational activities and percept new nurses PICC Line Nurse.
  • Placed PIVs and PICCs in adult and pediatric patients.
  • Vent Hall, worked with vents, trachs, picc lines, assessments, g-tubes, and skilled charting.
  • Level III NICU Patient Care * Relief Charge RN * PICC Line Certified
  • Provided wound care, picc and porta cath care, IV therapy and medication administration.

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31. Infection Control
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  • Implemented patient education program and infection control tracking tool.
  • Demonstrated consistent compliance with infection control practices.
  • Promoted health of the patient using the nursing process safely and effectively adhering to the concept of infection control and prevention.
  • Attend and complete unit requirements such as NRP, BLS, and infection control Administer blood products as needed.
  • Observed and provided safety and infection control for the unit at all times.
  • Promoted and provided patient safety and practice, and monitored infection control standards.
  • Performed wound care and was overseer for the infection control and quality improvement program
  • Served as infection Control Nurse for a 60 bed Health Center.
  • Ensured and took appropriate steps for infection control and safety management.
  • Practice appropriate infection control techniques in all patient care interactions.
  • Directed and coordinated infection control program in the hospital.
  • Assess needs for infection control standards and protocols.
  • Implement safe and effective infection control.
  • Use safety precautions appropriately demonstrating understanding and utilization of Universal Precautions, asepsis and infection control procedures.
  • Direct or coordinate infection control programs, advising or consulting with specified personnel about necessary precautions.
  • Supervised licensed and non-licensed personnel in the unit -Implemented infection control techniques in all patient interactions.
  • Maintain clinics infection control log *Demonstrate cost containment strategies and maintain medical equipment.
  • Monitored infection control procedures and ensured testing processes complied with OSHA and JCAHO regulations and guidelines.
  • Maintained compliance with infection control standards, HIPPA/JCAHO guidelines, policies and regulations.
  • Nurse Team Leader/Employee Health/Infection Control Nursing Team coordinator for the neurological team.

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32. Quality Care
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  • Utilized nursing process to ensure safe, high quality care for critically ill active and retired Army personnel and beneficiaries.
  • Team player - work collaboratively with peers, management, various inter-disciplines to ensure patient's reception of quality care.
  • Maintained high quality care to short and long term residents in a skilled facility on a 40 unit capacity.
  • Worked in a team setting to ensure that patients received quality care as ordered in the plan of care.
  • Worked closely with the Physical therapist, Speech therapist, and Occupational therapist to provide quality care.
  • Performed medication administration, wound management and assessments while providing high quality care for the patients.
  • Collaborate with other members of the health care team in planning and providing quality care.
  • Provided accountable quality care to an assigned neonatal patients on a 30 bed unit.
  • Team leading of five other staff members delivering quality care in medical/surgical.
  • Collaborate with physicians to provide quality care in a 533-bed facility.
  • Addressed patient-flow problems and organizational issues to provide high quality care.
  • Provide quality care to patients in a critical care setting.
  • Motivate staff to deliver effective and high quality care.
  • Communicate with care team to provide high quality care.
  • Worked along with multi-disciplinary team for quality care to patients
  • Collaborated with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to support continuity of quality care via well-planned treatments/care plans.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including but not limited to, creating and improving medical protocols/guidelines.
  • Deliver quality care to assigned patients on inpatient oncology unit Administer chemotherapy and monitor implanted radiation therapy Charge nurse supervising unit staff
  • Provide quality care to patients of varying complexity preoperatively, intraoperatively, and postoperatively in accordance with National Patient Safety Goals.
  • Provide quality care to patients preoperatively, intraoperatively, and postoperatively.

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33. Pediatrics
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  • Floated to various units, including out-patient observation, pediatrics, geriatrics, surgery and recovery room, as needed.
  • Provide supervisory support to nursing staff, and maintain the daily function of a 19 bed Med-Surg/Oncology/Pediatrics department.
  • Level II & III NICU, attend high risk deliveries, postpartum and pediatrics float.
  • Provide RN coverage for Diabetic Study: Spectrum Child Health, Department of Pediatrics.
  • Provide emergency care to patients of all ages ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Cared for critically ill patients including hospice, complete care patients and pediatrics.
  • Manage case load of area assigned with patients from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Assume RN and Charge RN roles within Pediatrics Transitional Cardiology ICU.
  • Functioned as Staff and Charge in Pediatrics and NICU.
  • Interviewed and assessed patients from pediatrics through geriatrics.
  • Functioned as Staff and Charge RN in Pediatrics/NICU/ER.
  • Performed staff nurse duties for post-operative or acutely ill orthopedic/neurologic patients from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • bed medical-surgical unit, which included pediatrics and orthopedics; Nursing Supervisor, hospital-wide.
  • Rendered total nursing care to medical-surgical, EENT, OB-Gyne, orthopedic, pediatrics illnesses, cancer and burn cases.
  • Call Center Triage Nurse On call duties for family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, and OB GYN.
  • Float to Pediatrics, Ante partum, and Surgical Telemetry [4B] units as needed.
  • Worked in OB/GYN, Adolescent and Pediatrics clinics and OB/GYN Specialty Clinics.
  • Assisted in Pediatrics and Peds ICU when needed.
  • full time, private duty pediatrics
  • Registered nurse/ post-partum/ante partum/ new born nursery/pediatrics Excellent fetal heart monitoring skills.

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34. Facility
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  • Administered both medication and treatments ensuring adherence to individual care plans and facility policy and procedure.
  • Communicate all emergencies and patient life-threatening complications to supervisor, Medical Director, Facility/Group Administrator.
  • Administer medications and treatments as ordered by the physician following facility protocol.
  • Performed clinical tasks according to facility policies.
  • Manage clinic care, ensure safety protocols within the facility, and organize daily staffing scheduling based upon patient's needs.
  • Corresponded with hospital labs to ensure all ordered tests were drawn, completed, and results returned to our facility.
  • Provided professional nursing care to patients with a variety of psychiatric illnesses at a mental health facility.
  • Implemented the nursing process for geriatric patients in long term skilled nursing care facility.
  • Ensured patient care was provided in accordance with facility policies and procedures.
  • Worked on a dedicated ventilator unit in a long-term care facility.
  • Charge nurse of a 15 bed free standing detox facility.
  • Served as staff nurse at 21-bed post-orthopedic skilled care facility
  • Monitored the safety of patients within the facility.
  • Charge Nurse for 174 bed facility.
  • Prepare and maintain pertinent documentation, clinical records and administrative reports; ensure compliance with regulatory and facility guidelines.
  • Monitored staffing patterns facility wide and adjusted healthcare personnel based on census and patient acuity.
  • Worked closely with admissions to facilitate easier transitions to our facility.
  • Charge Nurse of a 52 bed adolescent and adult detox /28 day rehab free standing facility.
  • Worked with a healthcare facility to schedule doctor visits and therapy sessions for patients.
  • Coordinated with healthcare facility staff to discharge patient.

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  • Monitored patients receiving chemotherapy and blood products and implemented orders pertaining to their care.
  • Monitored post-op patients and initiated/monitored transfusion of blood products.
  • Administered blood products and medications as ordered.
  • Administer chemotherapy and blood products as appropriate.
  • Validate and administer blood/blood products.
  • Do blood transfusion and administration of other blood products for in-patient cases needing such orders.
  • Monitored drips, administered medications and blood products, and handled wound care.
  • Chart assessments, obtain lab specimens, administer medications and blood products.
  • Administer transfusions of all Blood products, Excellent Assessment skills and Charting.
  • Administer antibiotics, blood products, and hydration fluids to outpatients.
  • Administered blood and blood products as ordered by Physician.
  • Obtained required consent forms to administer blood products.
  • Administer infusions and blood products per protocol.
  • Administered blood and blood products.
  • Performed peritoneal dialysis, monitored hemodialysis patients, performed bladder scans, administered blood products and TPN.
  • Administered intravenous therapy including blood products, vasopressors, insulin and anticoagulants.
  • Deliver chemo/immunotherapy and blood products.
  • Provided inpatient nursing care to oncology patients (night shift) Administered chemotherapy and blood products
  • Adminstered blood products, pain management, and extensive patient teaching.
  • Experience with infusion of IGG, blood and blood products, Remicade, Retuxian, Reclast, and fluids.

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36. Conscious Sedation
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Here's how Conscious Sedation is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Administer conscious sedation to patients and aggressively monitor these patients for acute changes in cardiopulmonary, respiratory, and neurological systems.
  • Perform and assist anesthesia with administration of conscious sedation and monitoring of general sedation cases.
  • Performed intravenous conscious sedation for these procedures while working closely with attending physicians.
  • Administered conscious sedation to the patient during pain management epidurals.
  • Recover conscious sedation patients post gastrointestinal and radiology procedures.
  • Started intravenous lines and administered narcotics for conscious sedation.
  • Helped to created and Implement conscious sedation flow sheet and diagnostic cardiac testing flow sheet/order sheet.
  • Organized the preparation of critical patients for emergency surgeries, catch lab, and conscious sedation.
  • Administered Conscious Sedation to patients under the direct supervision of the physician.
  • Assist physician as circulating nurse during procedure, and conscious sedation nurse.
  • Monitor patient under conscious sedation during bone marrow biopsies.
  • Administered IV conscious sedation, assisted with procedure.
  • Assisted with regional block procedures, conscious sedation.
  • Administered conscious sedation during G.I.
  • Obtained credentials in Conscious Sedation.
  • Assisted in the care of multiple traumas, cardiac arrests, strokes, conscious sedations, and psychiatric patients.
  • Conducted pre-procedural assessments, providing coaching and teaching in conscious sedation, recovery, and discharge.
  • Assist during conscious sedation procedures Delegate tasks to appropriate workers.
  • Assisted with Conscious Sedation of patients during Bronchoscopy's, TEE's, and assisted with Dobutamine Stress Testing.
  • Charge Nurse Responsibilities Demonstrated proficiencies in intra-procedure care and administration of conscious sedation in Interventional Radiology procedures.

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37. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Respond to medical emergencies, perform CPR until the patient can be transferred to the hospital.
  • Complete documentation in Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Charge nurse, nurse preceptor, CPR instructor, patient/family caregiver, ethics committee member.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Monitor mandatory in-service education of staff and provide CPR to staff.
  • Provided instruction in infant CPR for families of at risk children.
  • Maintained all CPR compliance and OSHA compliance testing on all employees.
  • Served as Coordinator of American Heart Association CPR Training Center.
  • Initiated and assisted in Hospital codes and CPR as required.
  • Be prepared at any time to perform CPR.
  • Provided CPR training to the staff.
  • Performed CPR education for new grads.
  • Educate nurse aides classes for CPR, lift training.
  • Maintained CPR, ACLS, and PALS.
  • Participated in staff training and education programs Maintaining my nursing license and CPR certification.
  • Care of patints with MI, strokes, CPR, Drips, teaching.
  • Worked with Quality Director * Took CPR Training * Assisted in Daily Activities w/ Activities Director
  • Respond to codes and assist in defibrillation, CPR, administration of meds.
  • Assess pt's,notify MD of needs,assist Md with pelvic exams, suturing, intubation and CPR.
  • License and Certifications Missouri State Board of Nursing Registered Nurse CPR certified NIH Stroke Scale certified through the American Stroke Association

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38. BLS
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Here's how BLS is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Provided new and renewal BLS to employees, physicians, and community (Churches and The Houston Blind Society).
  • LICENSE & CERTIFICATION State of New Jersey, Active State of Connecticut, Active BLS certified through American Heart Association
  • Led community education programs (smoking cessation, stress management, childbirth education, BLS, Safe Sitter).
  • Provided emergency medical care with physician based on BLS and ACLS guidelines.
  • Teach AHA BLS to departmental staff as well to hospital community.
  • Stabilized patients in medical crisis through BLS and ACLS protocols.
  • Provided BLS in multiple rapid response and Code Blues.
  • Implemented AHA HeartCode programs for BLS and ACLS renewal.
  • Certified BLS instructor taught 10+ classes at WPHC.
  • Certified in American Heart Association for BLS.
  • Maintained BLS and ACLS certification as required.
  • Maintain current certifications in BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and ENPC.
  • Have current BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC
  • Perform emergency medical procedures, such as basic cardiac life support (BLS), and other condition stabilizing interventions.
  • Certified in BLS, ACLS, and PALS Scheduling for ER Nurses and Techs; Preceptor
  • Certified in PALS, ACLS, BLS, ECRN, TNCC and crisis response.
  • Maintained close contact with Attending Neonatologist's due to critically ill newborns for stabilization Certified in Neonatal Critical Care, BLS
  • State of New Jersey Controlled Drug Substances certificate (DEA certificate upon request) BLS/CPR certification and Medi-tech proficiency.
  • Certified in AHA BLS & AED for healthcare providers IV certified
  • Specialized Certifications/Proficiencies * ACLS * BLS * Telemetry * Intravenous Placement and Therapy * Phlebotomy * NG/Sump and Peg tube.

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39. IM
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Here's how IM is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Assist in data collection for performance improvement initiatives and research projects.
  • Participate in continuous quality improvement measures.
  • Performed patient assessments not limited to vital signs but included interviews, observations, general physical and mental conditions of patients.
  • Assisted in the planning and implementation of in-service education to increase staff and patient knowledge of addiction and psychiatric nursing.
  • Initiate patient and family education, discharge planning, patient transfers, utilize time management and delegation skills.
  • Developed a nursing assessment for each patient, to include planning, implementing, and evaluating nursing care.
  • Reviewed patient charts for documented pain control resulting in improved standards of care, and patient satisfaction.
  • Collaborated with physicians to provide timely and efficient treatment to meet patient's changing needs.
  • Provide empathetic and passionate care with also sometimes strong and straight to the point counseling.
  • Networked across various departments to ensure timely support and services were provided to patients.
  • Ordered, obtained, and interpreted appropriate lab tests as approved by primary physician.
  • Trained in the design and implementation of individual service plans and training programs.
  • Provide immediate follow up on all patient, family and disciplinary issues.
  • Provided patient and family education the importance of diet and exercise.
  • Develop and implement nursing care plans adhering to clinical pathways.
  • Implemented seclusion and restraint of mentally ill as needed.
  • Provided patient diagnosis under strict time constraints.
  • Develop and implement survivorship plans.
  • Possess excellent time management skills; practices nursing using evidence and analytical skills along with possessing strong critical thinking skills.
  • full time until the end of August, now casual pediatric

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40. Alzheimer
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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Care for the needs of patients with Alzheimer's disease, Cancer, Post-op patients, Diabetic patients, etc.
  • Performed all aspects of nursing care on a Transitional Care, Long Term Care and Alzheimer's units.
  • Provided Alzheimer's care; special safeguards for wandering seniors and caregivers are trained in handling dementia behaviors.
  • Skilled Nursing Facility, Staff RN - Long-Term Care, Sub-acute, and Alzheimer's Dementia units.
  • Provided care and managed patients in a long term care setting, specializing in dementia/Alzheimer's care.
  • Provided emotional/behavioral support for those with dementia, Alzheimer's, schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.
  • Provide nursing care of residents with conditions ranging from fractures to Alzheimer's disease.
  • Managed the care of a skilled care Alzheimer's unit and a mixed care unit
  • Performed general Staff Nursing function on Geriatric, Alzheimer's and Medicare Units.
  • Assisted with care of Alzheimer's and dementia residents on locked unit.
  • Charge Nurse, Alzheimer's Unit.
  • Charge on 41bed Alzheimer's Unit.
  • Developed and sharpened geriatric-related skills such as respiratory assessment, orthopedic post-op care, alzheimer's/dementia management, and advanced wound care.
  • Experience on rehabilitation hall with majority of experience in Alzheimers/Dementia and hospice care.
  • Provided care to geriatric patients on a 30- 60 bed Alzheimer's unit.
  • Charge nurse over skilled,Alzheimer's, and long-term residents.
  • Provided direct nursing care to elderly and dementia/Alzheimer's' patients.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer's and Paget's disease.
  • Charge and Meds for 35 Bed Skilled Units * Care of Orthopedic Rehab and Alzheimer Patients * Supervision of CNA's

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41. GI
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Here's how GI is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Provide age-appropriate nursing care to medically fragile children.
  • Worked with medical/surgical overflow patients.
  • Provided care to patients with specific conditions, e.g., psychiatric, surgical, orthopedics, geriatrics, etc.
  • Required to be stand-by on scene for possible nursing treatment for any disciplinary action given to inmates.
  • Assist patients with ADL's and encouraging them to follow MD orders for a speedy recovery.
  • Work as an in-charge nurse during off-shifts or weekend shifts in a medical/surgical setting.
  • Acquired a leadership role in orienting newly hired Registered Nurses to the unit.
  • Implemented policy and procedures throughout the region for cost saving measures.
  • Perform all duties compatible with legal description of a registered nurse.
  • Provided hands on care of patients with psychological and behavioral illness.
  • Staff nurse and interim Unit Manager of the Surgical Sub-Specialties Clinics.
  • Conferred with and educated families and care givers.
  • Nurse Manager of medical surgical unit.
  • Direct and supervise multiple registered nurses and nursing assistants; delegate assignments; monitor work performance ensuring compliance with nursing protocol.
  • Provide all types of tools to caregivers and provide training for the wellbeing of the patient at home.
  • Supervised CNAs and Medication Aides to ensure the best care was given to each resident.
  • Performed complex nursing care to acutely ill patients, oftentimes while managing their co morbidities.
  • Interview and select new staff *Implemented NEXTGEN computer charting throughout the region.
  • Handled/managed surgical instruments, medications, wound care and patient records database Performed lab tests and communicated results.
  • Registered Nurse - Oncology Team Leader Chemotherapy Administer medications

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42. Medical Care
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Here's how Medical Care is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Organized and administered individualized age specific professional care to patients within telemetry unit of the hospital in support of medical care.
  • Staff nurse for rehab patients/medical patients admitted for medical care and rehabilitation in a hospital setting.
  • Provide comprehensive medical care to acutely ill patient with varying diagnosis on different specialties.
  • Provide comprehensive assessment and medical care to moderately ill patients with various diagnoses.
  • Provided disaster medical care to hurricane victims.
  • Provided medical care to those in need including, but not limited to diabetes, cardiac, wound and palliative care.
  • Care of Chronically Critically Ill, Including Vent Weaning, Complex Medical Care, Wound Care and Dialysis.
  • Provide routine sick call and emergency medical care to county and state inmates, both male and female.
  • Monitor medical care for infants and children with congenital heart defects, post-op care, discharge education.
  • Provided medical care to those in need including, but not limited to post- surgical patients.
  • Worked closely with Physician and various outside agencies to assure Residents received proper medical care.
  • Provide routine and urgent medical care services to the inmate population (400).
  • Provided general medical care for children with acute disease in Pediatric Unite and PICU.
  • Worked closely with medical support staff to provide optimum delivery of medical care.
  • Provided medical care for both personal and work-related health problems to employees.
  • Assess patients and implement medical care as deemed necessary.
  • Post neurological surgery, cardiac, cardio-thoracic surgery, and other acute medical care monitoring.
  • Worked Med/Surg unit and provided Post op and Medical care for a varied amount of surgeries and Medical conditions
  • Interact and communicate with patients of all ages and ethnic backgrounds, giving quality medical care and treatment.
  • Key Responsibilities: Daily medical care of up to 20 patients on a sub-acute rehabilitation floor.

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43. Physical Assessments
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Here's how Physical Assessments is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Assessed patient status including cardiac status via telemetry monitoring, thorough history taking, and physical assessments.
  • Prepared patients for surgery and endoscopy procedures including initiating intravenous lines, physical assessments and administering medications.
  • Performed continuous physical assessments, developed, implemented and evaluated nursing care plans.
  • Administered controlled substances, performed physical assessments and treatments as ordered by Physicians.
  • Performed physical assessments, administer medications, initiate and maintain IV therapy.
  • Performed physical assessments, gathered health histories, administered medications.
  • Performed physical assessments of geriatric clients, assessed and documented.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of adults and adolescences.
  • Perform physical assessments on post-transplant recipients.
  • Provided direct patient care, including medication administration, physical assessments, and assistance with activities of daily living.
  • Completed daily Physical Assessments on each patient and performed blood draws and other invasive procedures per physician orders.
  • Performed physical assessments, administered medications, inserted IV's, and drew blood samples.
  • Perform physical assessments, administer medications, IV fluids, and monitor the recovery process.
  • Performed histories and physical assessments; initiated therapies in collaboration with the psychiatric team.
  • Assist the RN with physical assessments and admissions.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of newborns and infants.
  • Created treatment plans and completed physical assessments.
  • Performed physical assessments, skilled treatments, obtaining vital signs and, administering medication while coordinating with other healthcare professionals
  • Perform physical assessments; administer medications via peripheral lines, PICC lines, midline catheters and Central Venous catheters.
  • Provided nursing assessments: physical assessments, vital signs EKGs and diabetes glucose monitoring.

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44. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Provided primary nursing care for infant and toddlers on an acute medical-surgical unit, including patient education and emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to patient and family, while assuring patient confidentiality.
  • Provide emotional support to parents and extended family members.
  • Provided patient and family education and emotional support.
  • Provided extensive encouragement and emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support for patients and their families, especially for patient death, mastectomies, and colostomies.
  • Provided physical and emotional support to patients of all ages while recovering from critical or extensive injuries.
  • Administered chemotherapy, blood products, teaching and emotional support to patients and their families.
  • Provided emotional support and supervision for those who suffered the loss of a child.
  • Calmed patients' fears by creating comfortable atmosphere and acting as emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support for families and patients when they are experiencing emotional trauma.
  • Provide emotional support and education to families of the critically ill patient.
  • Provided hospice care to terminal patients and emotional support of their families.
  • Provide skilled nursing care and emotional support to patients and families
  • Provide emotional support and comfort measures to patient.
  • Accompanied patients to surgery for Caesarian Sections and provided patient/family education and emotional support monitored Newborn Nursery.
  • Provided emotional support and and instructions upon discharge
  • Served as patient advocate and provide emotional support for families and patients Reason for Leaving: Migrated to United States of America
  • Served as a patient advocate Provided care and emotional support for children and adolescents with behavioral and mental health disorders.
  • Implemented and monitored care of patients Aided in rehabilitation of clients Provided emotional support to patients and families

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45. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Participate in medical missions in rural areas screening for high blood pressure, diabetes, malaria and other tropical diseases.
  • Explain disease processes, importance of monitoring blood pressure, blood sugar, and prevention of future serious complications.
  • Charted patients' vital signs, including heart rate, breathing rate, temperature, and blood pressure.
  • Provided patient education that includes diet, administration of insulin injections, blood pressure control and wound care.
  • Performed related resident care functions such as taking temperature, pulse, respiration & blood pressure readings.
  • Conducted health screenings each month, such as cholesterol, blood pressure, glaucoma, etc.
  • Gathered information such as heart and respiratory rate, blood pressure, and body temperature.
  • Perform blood pressure screenings and application of bandages and splints, etc.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Record patient temperatures, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Monitored basic and intensive care vital signs to include heart rate, blood pressure, pulmonary artery swan readings and oxygenation.
  • Operate the defibrillator, EKG machine, electronic thermometers, blood pressure monitors, and pulse-oximeters.
  • Used defibrillator, EKG monitor, pulse-oximeter, electronic thermometers, and blood pressure monitors.
  • Check and record patients vitals such as pulse, respiration, blood pressure and temperature.
  • Take and record TPRs, blood pressures.
  • Care for patient on mechanical ventilators Applied heart monitors and read EKG Monitored vital signs; blood pressure, temperature and pulse
  • blood pressure, temperature, etc.)
  • worked as RN took care of stable cardiac patient,high blood pressure, diabetic patient ect
  • blood pressure, pulse, respirations, temperature) and other required measurements (i.e.
  • pulse arte,blood pressure,blood sugar for any anomalies Compassion and empathy to pt.

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46. Tube Feedings
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Here's how Tube Feedings is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained NG tube feedings and photo-therapy
  • Performed nursing tasks, physical and mental health assessments, administer medications, wound care, and tube feedings.
  • Provide skilled care nursing services to children including monitoring for seizures, suctioning, and tube feedings.
  • Administered prescribed medications, tube feedings and intravenous fluids in compliance with doctor's orders.
  • Provided medications, intravenous care, wound care, tube feedings and crisis intervention.
  • Experience with IV insertion and maintenance, tube feedings, and post-surgical routines.
  • Handle admissions, Med pass, Patient discharge, Treatment and G-tube feedings.
  • Experience working with tube feedings and medication administration via gastric tubes.
  • Performed suctioning, wound care, respiratory treatments, G-tube feedings.
  • Administered PEG tube feedings, flushes, and medication via PEG.
  • Administered blood transfusions, NG-tube feedings, and various drips.
  • Direct patient care, IV's, tube feedings, Wound care, Medication.
  • Provided nutritional education and support, including nasogastric tube feedings.
  • Cared for patients on the unit which had very diverse needs, from Ivs, gastric tube feedings to Ventilator Care.
  • Performed nasal and oral suction, trach care, and tube feedings and had experiences on ventilators with pediatric patients.
  • Home care nurse for pediatric special needs children with medically challenging situations including G-tube feedings, nebulizer treatments and suctioning.
  • Inserted IVs, gave fluids, IV medications, PO medications, did oral and tube feedings.
  • License Practical Nurse Performed duties that included; wound care, oxygen therapy, and G-tube feedings.
  • Experience with vent patients & g-tube feedings/medication administration Used EMR
  • Provided direct nursing care to patients, administration of medications, ventilator, tracheostomy care, parenteral and tube feedings.

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47. Dialysis Treatment
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Here's how Dialysis Treatment is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Educated and encouraged compliance of patients on in-center dialysis treatments and drug therapy, home medication therapy and dietary limitations.
  • Provided initiation, monitoring and continuous assessment of patients during dialysis treatments.
  • Assess patients before and after dialysis treatments and accurately document findings.
  • Focused on the assessment, diagnosis, planning, treatment and evaluation of patients requiring chronic dialysis treatment.
  • Assess and assist with dialysis treatment on the Pulmonary Unit (vital signs and lab assessment)
  • Implement, administers, monitors, and documents patient's response to prescribed dialysis treatment.
  • Provided safe and effective dialysis treatment of chronic, acute and sub-acute patients.
  • Implemented dialysis treatments on patients with permanent fistulas, grafts, and catheters.
  • Communicate with physicians to provide the most effective and safe dialysis treatment.
  • Provide nursing care to patients with renal failure during dialysis treatments.
  • Evaluate patient's reaction to the dialysis treatment and medications.
  • Performed dialysis treatments and was acting charge nurse in dialysis clinic
  • Perform 2:1 acute dialysis treatments to inpatient adult population.
  • Deliver acute dialysis treatment to 1:1 ICU bedside.
  • Supervised 12 employees including nurses and technicians performing hemodialysis treatments.
  • Assess vital signs, discuss patient concerns and answer questions relevant to care, overseeing hemodialysis treatment from start to finish.
  • Initiate and provide hemodialysis treatment to patients with end stage kidney disease according to industry standards.
  • Provided hemodialysis treatments to those in the acute unit and critical care units.
  • Accessed, initiated, and coordinated hemodialysis treatments for all patients.
  • Initiated hemodialysis treatments via cannulation of AV fistulas/grafts or access of tunneled permanent catheters.

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48. Ancillary Staff
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Here's how Ancillary Staff is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborate with diverse and multidisciplinary team including physicians, nurses and ancillary staff.
  • Provided for leadership and clinical supervision of 10 professional and ancillary staff.
  • Collaborated with physicians and ancillary staff to provide quality patient care.
  • Supervised and delegated care provided by ancillary staff.
  • Collaborated with medical and ancillary staff to review and update care plans as well as address patient related problems and concerns.
  • Rotate as charge nurse in coordinating patient care, delegating assignments to nurses and ancillary staff and advocating for patient safety.
  • Worked closely with providers and other staff members, professional and non-professional and also ancillary staff within the hospital.
  • Communicated daily with physicians, PAC's, Case Managers, other nurses and ancillary staff.
  • Conducted intake assessments of new clients; supervised ancillary staff in providing personal care to patients.
  • Coordinated care with ancillary staff and other team members to ensure comprehensive patient care.
  • Supervised ancillary staff of CMA's and CNA/s in a 60 bed unit.
  • Supervised and delegated to ancillary staff such as LPNs and nursing assistants.
  • Coordinated with physicians and ancillary staff to prepare patients for surgery.
  • Delegate assignments to ancillary staff for efficient patient care.
  • Provide Assistance to Ancillary Staff When Needed.
  • Directed and guided ancillary staff.
  • Delagated tasks to ancillary staff appropriately.
  • Performed supervisory, preceptoring, and training skills and experience with newly hired nursing and ancillary staff.
  • Coordinated with doctors and ancillary staff to develop perioperative care plans for complex patients.
  • Delegate ancillary staff to provide care.

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49. CCU
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Here's how CCU is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Demonstrate exemplary documentation skills by accurately maintaining nurses' notes and promoting sufficient communication among care staff.
  • Documented data and accurately relayed relevant information to physicians, as needed.
  • Charted patient condition accurately and efficiently.
  • Conducted chart audits and coordinated IV infusion care to assure accurate service delivery in accordance with doctor's orders.
  • Maintained accurate charting and narcotic counts, while establishing excellent working relationships with physicians and all other hospital staff.
  • Responded quickly and accurately to changes in patient's condition and provided safe, effective care for all patients.
  • Educate parents and patients of the potential side effects or occurrences that can happen during anesthesia and recovery period.
  • Interacted with Hospice of Savannah for the care of their patients and any needs or changes that have occurred.
  • Coordinate, transcribe, and initiate all physicians' orders in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Provide nursing care to clients requiring substantial physical, occupational, and speech therapies.
  • Implement the plan of care in a safe, accurate and appropriate manner.
  • Documented patient care services in a precise and accurate manner.
  • Worked in ICU/CCU and Surgical floor as an RN.
  • Maintain accurate, detailed reports and records.
  • Assumed the role of 3-11 Charge Nurse for the CCU unit for most of that period.
  • Document exemplary documentation skills by accurately maintaining notes and promoting communication amongst staff.
  • Dispensed medication according to the MAR Maintained records and accurate count of narcotics dispensed to patients.
  • Documented in a concise and accurate manner in accordance with hospital policy.
  • Ensured all patient documentation was accurate and submitted in a timely manner for review of the agency.
  • Used Cerner charting system and Accudose medication dispensing.

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50. MDS
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Here's how MDS is used in Staff Nurse jobs:
  • Performed MDS assessments for Medicare reimbursements and provided input for wound and infection control.
  • Involved in initiating the new MDS/RAP computer system for the 44 bed unit.
  • Trained on MDS 3.0, RAI Process and Medicare Documentation.
  • Attended weekly meetings with Social Workers and completed MDS.
  • Staff nurse then promoted to MDS Coordinator.
  • Limited experience with MDS system.
  • Collaborated with on-call MDs, Emergency Department staff, and other hospital officials to coordinate patient care.
  • Trained new nurses, carried out hospice orders and received and carried out duties directly from MDs.
  • Coordinate with MDs and kidney care team for patient management and delivery of optimal treatment plans.
  • Provide MDs with bedside procedures: Central Line insertion, Spinal Taps and the like.
  • Entered MDS, RAP's and care plans on computer using Keene software.
  • Communicated with Nursing Supervisor and MDs regarding changes in resident's condition.
  • Complete Obra, PPS, and COC MDS within Medicare guidelines.
  • Completed care plans and coordinated the MDS/careplan meetings weekly.
  • Worked closely with residents and MDs.
  • Assisted MDs with minimally invasive procedures.
  • Administered medications/treatments/feedings Communicated with physicians, patients' family members completed skilled documentation and aided with MDS.
  • Assisted RNs, MDs and ancillary departments with day-to-day functions and problem solving.
  • Operated clinic, including triaging paitents, scheduling of apointments and assisting MDs in treatment procedures.
  • Worked with ventilated premies Assist MDs with Arterial Line placement Start IV and NG Tube placement Feed growing Premature infants

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20 Most Common Skills For A Staff Nurse

Patient Care

19.7%

Charge Nurse

13.2%

RN

8.4%

Surgery

5.6%

ICU

5.2%

Telemetry

4.9%

Treatment Plans

3.9%

Triage

3.8%

Trauma

3.8%

Vital Signs

3.7%

Health Care

3.7%

CNA

3.4%

Staff Members

3.3%

Intensive Care

2.9%

Surgical Procedures

2.7%

Critical Care

2.6%

LPN

2.5%

Oncology

2.5%

Physician Orders

2.1%

Acute Care

2.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Staff Nurse

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 14.7%
2 Charge Nurse 9.9%
3 RN 6.3%
4 Surgery 4.2%
5 ICU 3.9%
6 Telemetry 3.7%
7 Treatment Plans 2.9%
8 Triage 2.8%
9 Trauma 2.8%
10 Vital Signs 2.8%
11 Health Care 2.8%
12 CNA 2.5%
13 Staff Members 2.5%
14 Intensive Care 2.2%
15 Surgical Procedures 2.0%
16 Critical Care 2.0%
17 LPN 1.9%
18 Oncology 1.9%
19 Physician Orders 1.6%
20 Acute Care 1.5%
21 IV 1.5%
22 Medical Records 1.4%
23 EKG 1.3%
24 Pain Management 1.2%
25 Medication Administration 1.2%
26 Acls 1.2%
27 Primary Care 1.2%
28 Pacu 1.1%
29 Disease Process 1.0%
30 Picc 1.0%
31 Infection Control 1.0%
32 Quality Care 0.9%
33 Pediatrics 0.9%
34 Facility 0.9%
35 Blood Products 0.8%
36 Conscious Sedation 0.8%
37 CPR 0.7%
38 BLS 0.7%
39 IM 0.7%
40 Alzheimer 0.6%
41 GI 0.6%
42 Medical Care 0.6%
43 Physical Assessments 0.6%
44 Emotional Support 0.6%
45 Blood Pressure 0.6%
46 Tube Feedings 0.6%
47 Dialysis Treatment 0.5%
48 Ancillary Staff 0.5%
49 CCU 0.5%
50 MDS 0.5%
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