Registered nurse (day surgery)

Company Name:
St. Mary's Good Samaritan
## Description
This position will rotate among Day Care Surgery, PACU and Endoscopy.
The Registered Nurse (RN) is a professional who provides leadership and direction to the patient care team. The RN performs age-specific physical, psychological, and social assessments, formulates nursing diagnoses, and develops a plan of care, which includes individualized treatment strategies for the perioperative setting. The RN manages, organizes, and provides direct patient care, incorporating clinical decision-making and prioritization of activities. The RN provides education for the patient, family members, and other health care team members, including expected perioperative or procedural experiences, expected post-operative course, and discharge instructions.
Serves as the Principal or Associate Nurse and establishes a therapeutic relationship taking responsibility for the continuum of care related to admission, discharge and follow up phone call as appropriate. Communicating to the patient scripted information of what a patient can expect from the Principal and Associate Nurse as well as obtaining information related to what is the number one concern of the patient as related to the services provided.
## Qualifications
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, BSN preferred
Valid nursing license in the State of Wisconsin
CPR certification
ACLS certification
Recommended experience: 1-2 years on medical, surgical or similar unit or previous experience
## Job Posting
Job: Nursing
Primary Location: Wisconsin-Baraboo-St. Clare Hospital - Baraboo
Organization: St. Clare Hospital - Baraboo
Job Posting: Jun 12, 2014, 4:33:59 PM
Req ID: 140004JO

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