Job Facility: UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center
Employment Type: Part Time
What You Will Do:
Under limited supervision, the Registered Nurse is responsible for the assessment of patients including the Registered Nurse (RN) – Critical Care West - ICU The Right Choice. Right Here. Join our team of Registered Nurses and provide the highest level of care. Experience the highest level of appreciation. At University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, our registered nurses have earned the highest level of respect as a critical factor in our success— and that of our patients. As part of the acclaimed University of Maryland Medical System, our nationally recognized facility features one of the state’s busiest emergency departments, as well as a team of experts who care for our community and one another. Experience the appreciation you deserve.
The Critical Care Registered Nurse is responsible for the assessment of patients including the development, evaluation, and modification of the Plan of Care.
The Critical Care RN interprets and performs complex patient-care procedures, specific to their area of expertise.
RN’s are members of the Care Team and Support Team, and have accountability to function as a team to accomplish patient outcomes identified in the Pathway/Plan of Care.
The Critical Care Registered Nurse is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for care, given to a group of patients for a designated time frame.
The Critical Care RN provides care to those patients via therapeutic use of self, the nursing process, the environment/technology, and other healthcare team member, according to established standards.
Patients served, includes all age groups (Infant through Older Adult as identified in Performance Standards).
What You Need to Be Successful:
MBON RN license, or Compact State RN license
ACLS / BLS required
Requires IV and blood draw experience
Must have ICU experience
Successful completion of a refresher course within past 6-months if nursing practice has not occurred within the past 5-years.