Registered Nurse For Ppec
Advanced Care Partners
Port St. Lucie , FL 34953
Posted 1 week ago
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The RN provides direct care to Advanced Care Pediatrics center individuals. Such care is provided in accordance with all professional, state and federal requirements.
- Delivers competent and quality care in compliance with physician orders.
- On-going observation and assessment of the individual's condition and needs.
- Takes appropriate action based on patient assessment.
- Documents all individual's care actions in an official record in response to medical needs.
- Identifies in writing individual's responses to treatment, specifically those that are unusual or unexpected.
- Monitors and interprets vital signs.
- Administers medication and evaluates the individuals response to treatment.
- Prepares and administers feedings, as appropriate.
- Administers respiratory treatments (oxygen therapy, CPT, oral/nasal and trach suctioning and pulse oximetry).
- Provides personal hygiene assistance.
- Monitors individual's I and O.
- Assists, collaborates with the interdisciplinary health team with the development of an individual's plan of care.
- Develops individual's goals and desired outcomes.
- Establishes individual's care that is consistent with the medical plan provided by the physician.
- Collaborates in the identification of individual's needs or problems.
- Reinforces individual's and family education for care of the individual.
- Intervenes as appropriate to prevent or reduce individual injury.
- Provides interventions to foster normal development and psychosocial adaptation.
- Maintains the privacy and supports the rights of individuals and their families related to their care.
- Communicates effectively with the family and company staff to provide appropriate individual's information relevant to medical care.
- Works in a collaborative manner with other health care personnel.
- Provides information regarding availability and access to community resources.
- Acts in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act while complying with company policy and procedure.
- Performs work in line with company mission and values.
- Maintains appropriate professional credentials and accepts responsibility for professional development.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Must have transportation to arrive on time to the Center.
- Ability to stand, lift, or assist in lifting the individual for skilled nursing care, feeding, changing, bathing and emergency response.
- Must be able to bend, stoop, kneel, squat and generally demonstrate flexibility to meet the care needs of the individual.
- Must be able to see with visual and listen with hearing acuity to appropriately monitor the individual and associated medical equipment.
- Must have strength and manual dexterity, including grasping and manipulating small objects, to operate medical equipment appropriately.
- Must be capable of responding to emergency situations.
- Current nursing qualifications to practice in the state of Florida;
- Two or more years of pediatric experience with at least six months experience caring for medically or technology dependent children/individuals;
- Pediatric nursing experience, defined as being responsible for the care of acutely ill or chronically ill children/individuals within the previous 24 months;
- Neonatal, PICU, critical care,including vents, tracheostomies, G-tubes, monitoring, IV and central line care preferred;
- Current CPR certification;
- First Aid certification;
- Evidence of negative TB skin test or chest xray; and
- Satisfactory criminal background check.
- Continuous Training
- 24/7 Supervisory support
- Weekly Pay
- Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
- Awards and Recognition Programs
- Paid- Time Off
ACP is a drug free workplace and follows the Florida Drug-Free Workplace Program.