|Job Title:||Clinical Nurse II - Cardiac Rehab|
|Company Name:||NorthBay Healthcare|
|Location:||FAIRFIELD, CA, United States|
|Shift Hours/ Days:||M-W-F 06:00-3:00, T-Th 06:30-3:30|
|Date Posted:||Aug 22, 2013|
|Facility:||NorthBay Medical Center|
|Note: Please read the complete description below before applying for this job.|
Graduate from a school of professional registered nursing, BSN preferred. Current unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of California. Current AHA or equivilent BLS and ACLS required. Minimum of 5 years of recent acute care RN experience with a minimun of 2 years experience in stepdown, progressive, telemetry or cardiac experience required. One year of critical care experience preferred. One year of cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation experience preferred. Experience in use of exercise equipment helpful.
Demonstrates competence in clinical specialty with strength in Cardiac, Pulmonary and Diabetes. Requires excellent teaching skills and comfort in teaching individuals and groups. Must be capable and willing to work independently. Must demonstrate current knowledge and skill in providing appropriate care and education for patients in the following groups: Adult and Geriatric. Excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with the public, patients, physicians, and co-workers. Ability to remain flexible and positive within a rapidly changing patient care environment. Must be able to physically demonstrate all forms of exercise equipment including treadmills, bikes, free weights, and wall pulleys. Must tolerate a work environment at a sustained 66 degrees F.
The Registered Nurse is responsible and accountable for the delivery of nursing care according to the philosophy and goals/objectives of the Department of Nursing. The nurse assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates individual patient care in their assigned area. The nurse modifies and delivers care that is specific to the special behaviors/needs of the adult and geriatric patient. Nursing actions provide for Patient/Significant Other's participation in the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health.