RN-SPECIALTY - MPCU/TELEMETRY - FULL TIME - DAYS (7a-7p)
Delivers professional and technical nursing care to patients presenting to Specialty Aras. Nursing care delivered complies with the objectives and policies of the hospital. Adheres to the monitoring of and compliance with all licensing and regulatory agency guidelines including but not limited to JC, ACHA, OSHA, CMS, DCF, etc. Utilizes the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation when delivering nursing care. Prepares equipment and assists physician during treatments and examinations of patients. Assists in planning, supervising and instructing Licensed Practical Nurses, and patient Care Assistants. May take charge relief assignments occasionally. The professional nurse must possess strong critical thinking skills and the ability to work in a stressful fast paced environment is essential.
Required licensures/certifications Current Florida Nursing License Current BLS Certification Current ACLS Certification Skills and Abilities Demonstrates knowledge of physiological, psychological and therapeutic components specific to the critically ill patient Experience The nurse will possess at least (1) of the following requirements: a) One year of RN Telemetry or PCU experience validated by previous employment. b) Dysrhythmia interpretation and management course. c) Adult critical care /Telemetry 12 weeks of completion course. d) Three years Medical Surgical experience with documented competency in EKG.
Coral Gables Hospital is a 245-bed acute care hospital located at 3100 Douglas Road in the heart of historic Coral Gables. The community-based hospital serves South Dade County, Latin America and the Caribbean. Coral Gables Hospital offers a broad range of services, from primary care to surgery and specialty
programs- including: Orthopedics, Urology, Comprehensive Diagnostics Services, Emergency, Outpatient Rehabilitation and more.
Coral Gables Hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare
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