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Night (United States of America)Clinical Resource RN
The Clinical Resource RN at Anna Jaques Hospital will:
Adhere to the job description for a Registered Nurse at Anna Jaques Hospital
Assist with admissions/ transfers to units
Perform RN skills/procedures.
Act as a resource for IV therapy
Able to perform phlebotomy and 12 lead EKGs
Monitor patients receiving IV moderate sedation during procedure.
Make rounds to all patient care areas, assisting as needed and providing expertise, guidance and coaching.
Care for patients in all areas as deployed by the Administrative Nursing Supervisor.
Respond to all Code Blue, Rapid Responses, Trauma Activations and Team Controls.
Seek out less experienced nursing staff and provides mentoring.
Communicate with Nursing Education to be aware of new initiatives/education.
Serve as an off-shift resource on new initiatives/education.
Recover post-operative patients.
Travel with patients who require an RN to monitor the patient as assigned but will not assume a permanent assignment on any unit or area of the hospital.
The Clinical Resource Nurse must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and be able to demonstrate current knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patient serviced in his/her assigned department. Must have experience in working in a critical care environment as well as IV conscious sedation. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual to perform the essential function.
Graduate from state approved school of nursing.
3-5 years of acute care nursing expertise, with 2 or more recent years of ICU experience
RN licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Certified in ACLS, TNCC, PALS with BLS training
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