This is an OPEN CONTINUOUS ANNOUNCEMENT and will remain open until vacancies are filled, but no longer than 30 September 2022 . Applicants will be reviewed as needed by the service line. All services and locations may not need to be filled at this time. Please read the announcement carefully and apply for the service line you are interested in. Duties may fluctuate based on what unit you are selected for: Completes admission assessment on assigned patients within 24 hours of admission Documents reassessments of patient condition every 8-12 hours or more frequently as needed. Verifies physicians' orders using CPRS Documents vital signs and assessments using CPRS Take verbal and telephone orders per policy Completes patient care plans according to policy Plans for discharge/transfer of patients including completing discharge/transfer note in CPRS Documents medications using BCMA (Bar Code Medication Administration) Provides individualized patient care consistent with identified knowledge of patient's strengths and limitations Is proactive in identifying potential crisis situations and responds appropriately in emergency/code situations Initiates referrals and/or consultations as appropriate to achieve the multidisciplinary plan of care Functions independently in performing more complex treatments, procedures and advanced technology specific to the scope of care on assigned unit according to the Procedure Manual (ie chemotherapy administration) Recovers post procedure patients (ie heart caths, vascular, G.I., Renal, angios) Performs blood draws and venipuncture for IV therapies, IV push medications, and TPN and blood products according to policy using a variety of access devices Sets up and monitors a variety of pumps, including PCA Promotes and provides health care teaching to patient and significant others Work Schedule: Dependent upon unit most Rotating to include nights, weekends, and holidays. Some units require on call. Compressed/Flexible: Depending on position Telework: Depending on position Relocation/Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized Permanent Change of Station (PCS): Not Authorized Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
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