• PACU Registered Nurse (RN)

    Job Locations US-TX-Dallas | US-TX-Plano | US-OK-Oklahoma City
    Posted Date 7 months ago(11/7/2017 8:47 AM)
    ID
    2014-1049
    # of Openings
    5
    Minimum
    USD $34.70/Hr.
    Category
    Healthcare Practitioners and Technicians
    Maximum
    USD $40.77/Hr.
  • Overview

    Currently seeking a Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Registered Nurse (RN) to fill a vacancy in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. The ideal Candidate will be Registered Nurse (RN) with current licensure to practice in the applicable state, must have a strong attention to detail and preferably have 10 years of clinical experience.

    Responsibilities

    • Assess the status of patients’ health in pre-op and ensure accuracy of identification wristband
    • Take and record vital statistics of patients to ensure readiness for surgical procedure
    • Initiate IVs and ensure that patients are informed about the procedure and attending medical staff
    • Assess patient's’ condition after a surgery has been performed
    • Log all findings in patients’ files
    • Initiate patient education programs to ensure that both patients and families are educated on procedures and medications
    • Perform intervention duties in cases of postoperative emergencies

    Qualifications

    • Registered Nurse with current licensure to practice in the applicable state.
    • 1 or more years of experience with strong attention to detail and a high level of accuracy required.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Excel and Outlook required.
    • Ability to work a flexible work schedule and travel to markets requiring overnight stays.
    • Ability and willingness to travel (locally and non-locally) as determined by business need.
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) preferred
    • Provider education (highly preferred)
    • 10 years of clinical experience highly preferred

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