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- Utilize the nursing process to assess, plan implement and evaluate patient care.
- Performs focused interview to identify specific patient’s needs.
- Assess signs and symptoms indicating physiologic and psychosocial changes in the patient’s condition.
- Collects, analyzes, and interprets data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses.
- Plans for expected outcomes of care for those patients assigned.
- Communicates nursing interventions, expected outcomes and the time frames for expected completion to other members of the facility health care system.
- Functions as a resource to the health care team members in planning for patient’s discharge.
- Identifies and prioritizes actions based upon patient care requirements.
- Provides a safe, comfortable and therapeutic environment.
- Initiates and evaluates patient and/or family education.
- Documents patient’s response to nursing and other interventions.
- Uses clinical judgments in evaluation activities to meet patient care needs of and assigned unit/floor including established priorities.
- Monitors the safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
- At the facility, analyzes, interprets, and incorporates information from other health care members.
- Dress/attire is clean, professional and appropriate for the clinical area assigned.
- Current Registered Nurse License for the state of NY
- The physical ability and perceptual acuity, (e.g., visual, hearing, etc…) to satisfactorily perform all direct and indirect patient care functions.
- Demonstrate good interpersonal communication skills.
- Minimum of one year acute care experience in the area of expertise within the last three years.
- Documentation that demonstrates certification in the area of expertise (NICU) or its equivalent.
- Current BLS card and ACLS card
- Full command, verbal and written, of the English language.