Create healthier tomorrows and start your career as a Nurse Resident at HCA Healthcare
There are many reasons HCA Healthcare is an employer of choice. We foster an environment of personal and professional growth, while supporting our nurses as they transition from student to professional nurse. Our nurse residency program gives you the confidence and skills you need to set you up for success.
HCA Florida Lake Monroe Hospital, a 221-bed acute care hospital and Level II Trauma Center, serves the communities of Seminole and west Volusia counties. The hospital provides the only full-service cardiovascular program in Seminole and west Volusia, including open heart surgery, interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, cardiac rehabilitation and comprehensive diagnostic services. Other specialized services include orthopedic and spine care, robotic surgery, acute inpatient medical rehabilitation and complete imaging services. HCA Florida Lake Monroe Hospital is located 3.6 miles east of I-4 between S.R. 46 and Highway 17-92 in Sanford. The hospital provides 24/7 emergency care at its main location as well as at Heathrow ER located at 4525 International Parkway in Sanford. For more information, please visit https://www.hcafloridahealthcare.com/locations/lake-monroe-hospital.
Accurately runs, documents and analyzes rhythm strips on all patients according to unit standards
Documents change of rhythm and places strip in chart notifying RN/Charge RN/LPN as appropriate. Ensures hand-off at change of shift and previous to any break.
Responds immediately to all monitor alarms. Ensures RN/Charge RN/LPN is notified of any changes in patient rhythm, rate, signal interference, lead off, and need for assessment of patient.
Troubleshoots patient monitoring equipment and notifies biomedical engineering promptly of any unresolved equipment issues.
Contributes to a culture of patient centered care by ensuring a quiet healing environment.
High School diploma or equivalent (GED);
Successful completion of EKG course and exam
Current BLS/BLS instructor through American Heart Association
Skills: Critical thinking, service excellence and good interpersonal communication skills, ability to read/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PC skills, knowledge of indications and adverse reactions of cardiac IV medications.