Join the Arkansas Heart Hospital Family for a 12 week contract as a RN Pool Plus employee!!
RN POOL PLUS PAY
Work 24 hours per week
Work 36 hours per week
The Registered Nurse (RN) contracting in the Progressive Critical Care Unit (PCCU), Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU), Day Patient Unit, or Short Stay Unit has primary responsibility for adult patients with varying degrees of resilience, vulnerability, stability, predictability, complexity, ability to participate in care and decision making, and availability of home care resources.
- Assessment, Nursing Diagnosis, Outcome Identification, Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation
- Interdisciplinary collaboration
- Responding to life-saving situations, including providing advanced life cardiac support
- Assisting providers with procedures, including moderate sedation
- Administering wound care, medications, including intravenous fluids and titration of vasoactive continuous infusions
- Management of critical care patient equipment, including ventilators, BIPAP, cardiac and hemodynamic monitoring, etc.
- Care and Management of pre/post procedure/surgical patients, including cardiothoracic, vascular, general surgical and medical
- Providing education and support to patients/caregivers
- Supervision/delegation of duties to unlicensed assist personnel
- Patient specimen testing and quality control under direction of the Laboratory
- Documents findings and communicates effectively
- Maintains patient confidentiality, standard precautions
- Education: Graduate of an accredited nursing program; BSN preferred but not required
- Licensure/Certification: Registered Nurse with current state licensure or licensure from a state within the Nursing Compact
- Experienced Critical Care Nurse required.
- BLS and ACLS required on date of hire
- Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) preferred
- Nurse Characteristics varying from advanced beginner to expert with the goal of promoting patient’s optimal outcome:
- Clinical Judgment – clinical reasoning
- Advocacy – ability to work on another’s behalf
- Caring Practices – compassionate, engaging
- Collaboration – works well with others
- Systems Thinking – global perspective for patient needs
- Response to diversity – sensitivity, appreciation
- Clinical inquiry – innovation through learning and evaluation of practice
- Facilitation of learning – for patient and caregivers, including validation of learning