Location Address: 301 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Daytona Beach, FL 32117
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Immediate health benefits
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High quality of life with low cost of living on the shores of New Smyrna Beach.
Full Time / Days
You Will Be Responsible For:
Collects essential patient data, documents accurately in Cerner, assesses and reassess the patients status prior to planned invasive or noninvasive procedures.
Reviews all pre-operative labs, and essential patient specific information in a timely manner and communicates findings to appropriate personnel.
Follows physician orders and performs unit specific nursing skills such as IV starts as ordered.
Demonstrates clinical competence specific to patient assessment and reassessment.
Communicates with medical staff, and all indicated ancillary services to assure an appropriate continuum of patient care.
What You Will Need:
Computer proficiency required.
Competency with IV management.
Graduate of Associates in Science or Diploma degree in nursing.
Current FL Registered Nurse.
ACLS / BLS
Registered Nurse with 2 years minimum experience in Med/Surg Nursing, Out-Patient Care, or Pre-operative Holding preferred.
The RN-Ambulatory Surgery requires strong assessment and reassessment skills specific to the development of a patient specific plan of nursing care for patients being prepared preoperatively for operative and invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Strong communication skills are essential as are skills specific to the management of IV access. In addition, critical thinking skills are necessary to manage patient care during Phase II recovery immediately prior to patient discharge.
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