RN II DOU - Full Time - Nights - 12hr QVH
West Covina, CaliforniaJob Title RN II DOU - Full Time - Nights - 12hr QVH Company Name Emanate Health Employment Type Full Time Location West Covina, California Job ID R0005355 Date posted 04/22/2021
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Everyone at Emanate Health plays a vital role in the care we deliver. No matter what department you belong to, the work you do at Emanate Health affects lives. When you join Emanate Health, you become part of a team that works together to strengthen our communities and grow as individuals.
The Staff RN is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated time frame. He/she is a clinical practitioner who coordinates and implements patient care specific to the age of the patient population served on the assigned units. He/she ensures that quality care is provided in an efficient and safe manner consistent with the unit's standard of care. Utilizes nursing skills to determine the biophysical, psychosocial, environmental, self-care and educational needs of the patient/family/significant other to develop, implement and revise the plan of care.
Minimum Experience Requirement:
All (1) newly graduated nurses, (2) re-entry nurses, and (3) nurses new to the U.S. healthcare system must satisfactorily complete the Emanate Health R.N. Residency Program within the first 6 months of employment.
One year critical care experience is preferred. Excellent customer service skills required.
Minimum License Requirement:
Current RN license in the State of California.
Maintains BLS certification.
ACLS certification within 3 months.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Stroke Scale Certification "A" required within 3 months of hire/transfer for those working at QVH in ICU, CCU, or NEURO Departments and FPH in ICU/CCU or DOU. Annual 8 hours of Stroke Education required for those working at QVH in ICU, CCU, or Neuro Departments.
Delivering world-class health care one patient at a time.