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The Registered Nurse (RN) provides nursing care in the health care system within the scope of practice defined by the Nurse Practice Act and regulatory standards and assures awareness of ethical standards of practice as defined by the ANA code of ethics. The RN assures safety in practice and is inclusive of the principles of evidence based practice by maintaining a realization of own individual level of knowledge and experience and assumes responsibility for his/her own professional advancement. Is responsible for reporting identified safety issues such as hazardous environments (i.e. damaged floors/walls/ceiling tiles/unsecured areas) and medical errors. Is responsible for knowledge of the patient population served. Communicates effectively and collaborates with physicians and other patient care providers. Responsible for consistently setting and evaluating priorities through appropriate interventions with measurable outcomes toward improvement. The RN as an individual practitioner and interdisciplinary team member utilizes the nursing process to integrate all aspects of the provision of care and individualizes the plan of care to address a specific patient s needs. Other essential duties as required.
High School graduate or equivalent (GED). Satisfactory completion of the Clinical Care Partner Skill Program or successful passing of the Clinical Care Partner Skills Challenge Examination on orientation. Ability to read, write, speak, and comprehend English. Prior knowledge of medical terminology and ED Technician experience preferred. Current American heart Association CPR/BLS required. Medical assistant certification, EMT certification or previous experience required.