RN – Emergency Department – Westwood
Los Angeles, 90095
Become a key member of a world-class health organization. Contribute to the delivery of Magnet® designated nursing excellence. Take your career to the next level. Ucan do all this and more at UCLA Health.
The role of the emergency department RN is to provide professional nursing care to patients in an academic, emergency department setting. The emergency department RN provides quality care to multiple patients of all ages with complex medical conditions. Ability to identify patient and family learning needs and promote effective working relationships is required. Populations include adult, pediatric, psych, geriatric, trauma, STEMI and stroke.
- Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a BSN or MSN degreeCurrent and valid California RN license
- Current BLS, ACLS, PALS (TNCC in process is acceptable; required within 6 months of start date)
- One year of direct patient care in an emergency department setting
- Official transcripts and/or original diploma from a registered nursing program must be provided upon hireClinical skills include patient assessment, IV start, and knowledge of medications, IV infusions and airway management
- Ability to provide appropriate care for high acuity patients such as stroke, STEMI, trauma, psych, and pediatric populationsIdentification of abnormal/ lethal cardiac rhythms and ability to provide appropriate treatment.
- Knowledge of electronic medical record documentationSkill in speaking English clearly and distinctly
- Ability to identify changes in patient condition and provide appropriate interventions.
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