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RN - Cardiovascular Holding Area .6

Company Name:
MetroSouth Medical Center
Job Summary:
Under the immediate direction of the Manager or other designated clinical management as assigned, functions as a clinical nurse mentor/preceptor with responsibility for the delivery of individualized, effective nursing care to a module of patients.
Minimal Acceptable Job Qualifications
Registration/Certification/Licensure:
Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse:
Obtain and maintain certification in required CPR
BCLS within 60 days of hire - Emergency Services, Cath Lab,Special Procedures, PAT/Central Scheduling, Surgery, Pre/Pre/ PACU, Endoscopy, Ambulatory Services, Quality, Med/Surg, Telemetry, Pediatrics, ICU, CCU, Burn Unit, HBOT, House Supervisors, Outpatient Clinics, Labor & Delivery (L & D) , Post Partum, NICU, Newborn Nursery, Transitional Care Unit, Behavioral Health, Generations, Registry.
ACLS within one year of hire - Emergency Services, Cath Lab, Special Procedures, Surgery, Pre/Pre/ PACU, Endoscopy, Ambulatory Services, Quality, Critical Care Registry, Telemetry,ICU, CCU, Burn Unit, Labor & Delivery Recovery, HBO
NRP within 90 days of hire - Labor & Delivery, NICU, Post Partum,
PALS within 12 months of hire -Pre/Post, Emergency (PALS or ENPC), Burn Center. HBO (call only).
Basic Fetal Monitoring within 3 months or before completion of orientation (if hired with experience) - L & D
Advanced Fetal Monitoring within 12 months of hire and every 24 months ongoing - L & D
EKG certification within 3 months of hire -
Intro to EKG- Emergency Services, ICU/CCU/ Burn, Surgery, Pre/Post/ PACU, Telemetry,
Cath Lab,Special Procedures.
Basic EKG / Allied Health - Labor & Delivery
NICU class - NICU Class (5 Hour)
ABLS within 6 months of hire - Burn Center
ICS-100: Introduction to ICS or equivalent - ER nurses
ICS-200: Basic ICS & FEMA ICS-700: An Introduction to NIMS - ER Charge Nurses
Job: Cardiovascular
Primary Location: IN-Fort Wayne
Organization: St. Joseph Hospital
Employee Status: Part-time
Req ID: 1421048

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