Provides direct and indirect patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Meets the physical, psychosocial, religious/cultural and needs of the patient and family. Communicates effectively with all members of the health care team as appropriate about changes in the patient's condition or response to treatment. Basic PC skills. Able to work on smoke-free campus. Able to be flexible, organized and function under stressful situations.
1.Performs duties as assigned and requested.
2.Completes a focused patient assessment with reassessments
4.Adequately assesses and reassesses pain. Utilizes appropriate pain
6.Performs patient care and communicates effectively with patients of all ages and specific needs.
7.Demonstrates knowledge of medications and their correct administration based on the age of the patient and the patient's clinical condition. Follows the 6 rights of medication administration to reduce the potential for medication errors.
8.Assists physicians with procedures and performs services requiring
technical and manual skills.
Performs treatments and provides services to the level of licensure.
Performs all aspects of patient care in an environment that optimizes
patient safety and reduces the likelihood of errors.
Manages and operates equipment safely and correctly.
Educates patient and family on disease process.
Require Required Education:
Associate's degree is required
Bachelor's degree is preferred
Registered Nurse in North Carolina is required (or compact state)
American Heart Association BLS is required
1 year of experience in a health care setting is preferred