SCHEDULE: PRN/Per Diem
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The Ambulatory Surgery Division of HCA operates and jointly owns with
physicians 130+ surgery centers across the United States. Our cases are
performed Monday-Friday which means NO nights, NO weekends, or on-call will
be required. The size of our surgery centers naturally creates a
culture where everyone knows one another with a shared focus on providing the
best possible experience for those that we serve. We are currently in search of
additional members to join our team!
of the benefits we provide you:
Reimbursement and Student Loan Repayment Program
Medical, Dental, Life, Disability and Vision Insurance
- 401k (3%-9%
match based on tenure)
- New Extended
Family Leave and PTO
Stock Purchase Plan
and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
patient care area adequately before case and ensures availability of necessary
equipment and supplies.
patient and family in a timely manner and keeps them informed of any
- Verifies two
patient identifiers utilizing the armband prior to any interventions.
complete patient assessment and evaluation of each patient prior to
surgery or treatment, which includes review of patient history and
diagnostic tests, physical, and psychological assessment.
patient’s understanding of procedure and checks surgical consent for
accuracy and completeness. Obtains and witnesses patient’s signature if
reviews charts for completeness, in accordance with clinical protocols,
prior to surgery (i.e. consents, H/P, diagnostic studies, assessments,
home medications list, etc.)
that H/P is a complete full examination of all body systems and dated
within 30-days prior to procedure.
that H/P, orders for the procedure, and consent form are consistent prior
to placing in medical chart.
surgical site verbally with patient per policy.
in the anesthesia time-out process if performed in the pre-op area prior
to administration of pre-operative blocks or prior to the induction of
intravenous therapy as prescribed, utilizing aseptic technique utilizing
appropriate IV start kit, catheter and fluid. Ensures that medication is
pre-operative medications as prescribed and utilizes safety medication
practices (i.e. aseptic preparation, labeling medications, identifying
high alert and independent check medications, 7 medication rights,
narcotic waste, etc.). Monitors patient until transferred to OR.
patient if IV sedation given in pre-op setting to assure patient maintains
airway and vital signs are stable. Administers oxygen and provides
continuous monitoring and support as needed.
knowledge/understanding of pain blocks and is readily available to assist
anesthesia as needed.
- Graduate from an accredited school of professional nursing.
- Minimum 2 years of experience in a PACU or ICU setting; preferably in an ambulatory surgery center.
- Additional specialty experience may be required as per facility practices (i.e. Pediatric, GI, etc.)
- Active RN license as required by state of employment or appropriate compact licensure.
- Required valid BCLS Certification upon employment. ***online certification not acceptable.
- ACLS required.
- PALS as required by facility
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