SCHEDULE: PRN/Per Diem
HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast – Pasadena, TX
Registered Nurse (RN) – Medical
Telemetry – PRN/Days or Nights
HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast, a 345-bed facility has been a leader of the medical center in
the Pasadena area for more than 50 years. With board-certified physicians,
registered nurses, and expert technicians, the community has come to rely on us
for top-quality, comprehensive and compassionate health care. We are a
full-service acute care hospital.
HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast is looking for a Registered
Nurse (RN) – Medical Telemetry.
- Accurately documents in
the patient’s record a description of the nursing care provided.
- Administers medication
in a safe, knowledgeable and accurate manner. Follows laws, regulations, and
hospital policy as it relates to controlled substances.
- Assessment, planning,
implementation, and evaluation of care for assigned patients, including
discharge planning, utilizing an interdisciplinary team approach.
- Assists the physician
with examinations, tests and procedures.
- Carries out physician
orders in a safe and appropriate manner.
- Completes and
demonstrates proficiency with unit based clinical and age-appropriate nursing
- Complies with applicable
- Essential duties and
responsibilities include the following: Provides general nursing care to
- Ethics and Compliance.
Accountable for behaviors relative to the values articulated in the Mission
& Values Statement – “Will act with absolute honesty, integrity and
fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives.”
Accountable for attending annual Code of Conduct training.
- Monitors and observes
the patient and accurately records changes in condition and reaction to
medications and treatment.
- Notifies appropriate
individuals of changes in condition and utilizes the established chain of
command when necessary.
- Participates in hospital
performance improvement activities to improve safety and patient outcomes.
- Performs other duties as
assigned or required.
- Plans and coordinates patient/family
teaching and assesses understanding of information provided.
- Promotes an atmosphere
of collaboration and teamwork by exhibiting professional behavior that
demonstrates a commitment to the provision of quality patient care and support
of a professional working environment.
- Provides care and
treatment that reflects appropriate infection control techniques and universal
- Respects the patient’s
privacy and maintains confidentiality of health care and other information.
- Respects the rights of
patients to include their cultural, psychosocial, and spiritual values.
- Responsible for knowing
and complying with the rules and regulations relating to the education,
licensure and practice of the professional nurse as set forth in the Nurse Practice
Act, Texas Occupations Code and/or other statutes and regulations relating to
the practice of professional nursing.
- Supports the vision,
mission and values of the hospital.
- Current Texas licensure
with State Board of Nurse Examiners.
- Current BLS (Basic Life
Support), ACLS, NIH Stroke certification required.
- Candidates without ACLS
are eligible for employment but must complete certification as noted:
- Experienced nurses must complete ACLS within six
(6) months from date of hire.
- Candidates without NIH
Stroke are eligible for employment but must complete certification at the first
available opportunity, not to exceed three (3) months from the date of hire.
- Graduate from accredited
school of nursing required.
- Six months of experience