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The Registered RN is a professional care-giver who, as a member of a multidisciplinary health care team, assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated time frame and who supervises and provides care to these patients utilizing the nursing process including the therapeutic use of self.
· Follows established policies and procedures.
· Communicates openly with internal customers and supervisors.
· Provides excellent customer service interfacing well with all levels of staff, management and physicians.
· Applies Cooper core values.
· Assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated timeframe.
· Evaluates patients, implements and documents nursing care.
· Assists physicians during examinations and procedures.
· Performs various patient tests and administers medications utilizing the nursing process.
· Promotes patients' independence by establishing patient care goals and teaching patients and families to understand conditions, medications, and self-care skills.
Schedule: 3rd Shift-.900FTE. 7pm-7:30am. 36 hours per week.
Required:1 year of experience working in the Emergency Department.
Education: Graduate of NLN accredited School of Nursing - Bachelor Degree preferred.
License/Certifications/Registration: Current NJ-RN License (Registered Nurse); Current American Heart Association BLS Certification (Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers); certain specialties may require advanced certification (i.e. ACLS, NALS, PALS)