RN Job

Perioperative RN, First Assistant

Full-time
Req #0001BR
Arcadia, 91007

The RNFA directly assists the surgeon by controlling bleeding, providing wound exposure, suturing and other surgical tasks.  The RNFA may provide other advanced assistance, such as mobilization of tissue, patient positioning and directing other surgical team members with specific individual tasks.  The RNFA practices perioperative nursing and must have acquired the necessary specific knowledge, skills and judgment to demonstrate competency in this role.

The RNFA practices under the supervision of the surgeon during the intraoperative phase of the perioperative experience.  In order to perform in this role, the RNFA must adhere to the RNFA Standards of Practice (AORN) and function under specific hospital approved standardized procedures. 

Qualifications
  • BSN required 
  • MSN preferred
  • Work ExperienceMinimum (Required)Three years of  experience in peri-operative nursing:
  • Proficiency in scrub and circulating roles:, demonstrated proficiency in aseptic and sterile technique
  • Peri-operative nursing (CNOR); Successful completion of certified RNFA program: Credentialed through Allied Health Professionals of the Medical Staff
About the Hospital

We hear all the time at Methodist Hospital that our employees love working here because we treat each other like family. This sense of family strengthens our teams and allows Methodist Hospital employees to live our values of Integrity, Respect, and Excellence. We treat our patients like family, using our values of Safety, Innovation, and Accountability to care for them.

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