·Must be able to use a high level of abstract reasoning to assess patient, evaluate interventions, and revise plan of care according to patient outcomes.
·Basic computer skills – must be able to navigate Microsoft windows based programs.
·Must be fluent in English (read, verbal and written skills)
·2 years of traveling or agency nursing experience in an acute hospital setting.
·3 years of acute care hospital experience
·Graduate of school of nursing with a minimum of an Associate of Science degree or diploma.
Active Florida RN license required or active multi-state RN license
·Current AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
·Current AHA Advanced Life Support (ACLS).
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of coordinated nursing care for a patient or an assigned group of patients within a patient care unit and for the day-to-day management and supervision of the related clinical activities. The Nurse is responsible for supervising and responsibly directing the activities of various levels of assigned nursing personnel utilizing both professional and supervisory discretion and independent judgment. Uses the nursing skills of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation in their patient care delivery. Primary function is the delivery of competent, compassionate, and cost effective nursing care. To utilize the nursing process in the direction and administration of the medical and nursing plan of care. This performance is in compliance with established policies, procedures and protocols under the supervision of the Nurse Manager, Director, Vice President of Clinical Services, and or designee.
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