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Staff RN Critical Care Unit CCU PM
A hospital in the greater Los Angeles area is seeking a Staff Nurse Intensive Care Unit to join their exceptional team.
This 300+ bed hospital has been serving their hospital for over 100 years. The Staff RN ICU will join a medical center that believes it’s important to treat the patient wholly and provide spiritual care as well as medical. HealthGrades has honored this hospital as one of America’s 250 Best Hospitals.
Reporting to the Critical Care Manager, the Critical Care Nurse works with Nurse Directors, Nurse Managers, and staff to provide professional nursing care in the ongoing assessment, planning, and treatment of patients and families. The ICU RN will also exhibit good judgment, competency, and decision making for quality patient care and medication administration. The CCU RN will have recent critical care experience working in an acute care hospital.
The Critical Care CCU Nurse is responsible for utilizing hospital resources wisely while promoting physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being in accordance with the philosophies and standards for the hospital. Also, the CCU RN will use critical thinking to ensure overall quality of care to patients and families to establish a partnership of culture, care, and safety. The ICU RN will also be a patient advocate and provide quality of care to patients.
This cozy, Southern California City has a suburban feel, while just being outside of a major city. The Staff RN Intensive Care Unit will have access to great school systems and world-renowned dining options. The hospital is located near a great transportation system to commute around the city or to travel all over Southern California. Southern California is known for its great weather and the Staff Nurse Critical Care will soon experience why.
The full-time position of Staff Nurse ICU offers unprecedented opportunities to learn and grow, competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Become part of a hospital that is dedicated to providing compassionate care to patients.