SHIFT: Mixed (rotating weekends)
Registered Nurse – Emergency Department
Full-time – FT Mid-shift 3P – 3A
Medical City North Hills is an award-winning 164-bed acute care hospital located in the heart of northeast Tarrant County in North Richland Hills. The hospital offers a full range of services, specializing in heart and vascular services, orthopedics, surgery, and emergency care and has been recognized as a Top Performer by The Joint Commission for 2013 - 2015.
The Emergency Department Registered Nurse (ER RN) is responsible for decisions and actions within the domain of nursing practice. Important aspects of this responsibility are the promotion of a safe and therapeutic environment for both the recipients and providers of nursing care; acquisition of specialized knowledge skills and additional formal education to provide specialized care; demonstration and validation of competence in nursing practice; clinical practice consistent with the policies, procedures and standards of this facility; and supervision of other staff as designated within the department.
• Administers medication, IV therapy and treatments to assigned patients in an effective and timely manner.
• Performs triage functions; Assess patient immediately on arrival; Assigns category based on urgency of illness/injury.
• Clinically proficient in emergency room nursing skills, demonstrating knowledge of the developmental needs of the pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patient..
• Accurately identify situations which require emergent or urgent responses and communicate those to the appropriate level of leadership in the organization utilizing the appropriate chain of command in the approach to problem solving.
• ADN required; BSN preferred.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
• Texas State RN license or compact license is accepted (TX State RN license required within 30 days of hire).
• BLS and ACLS certification required at hire.
• PALS or ENPC required within 90 days of hire.
• TNCC required within one year of hire.
• ER clinical experience preferred.