The Registered Nurse is a licensed professional able to demonstrate the following core competencies: assessment, technical skills, communication, critical thinking, interpersonal skills, planning, intervention, evaluation, flexibility, organizational skills, professional accountability, leadership and service. Delivers patient family centered care in a culturally competent manner utilizing evidence based practice standards of quality, safety and service.
At Baptist Health, nursing is a top priority. We recognize the unique value BSN prepared nurses bring to our high quality evidence-based patient-and-family centered care environment. Our Professional Nurse Advancement Program recognizes and rewards BSN Nurses at Baptist Health for being committed to personal and professional growth while continuing to provide high quality direct patient care. Use your BSN to demonstrate your clinical proficiency and professional competence at Baptist Health and come join the best place to be your best.
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South Miami’s brand new Emergency Center, custom designed by medical professionals to maximize quality and timeliness of care, houses 27 emergency beds, including 22 private rooms and a 5 bed area created to treat patients with minor wounds and illnesses. Our rooms feature built-in electronic intensive care (eICU) systems that allow an intensivist and specially trained critical care nurses to monitor patients’ medical conditions electronically 24-hours a day, adding an extra set of highly-trained eyes and ears to assist bedside caregivers.
Located within the Emergency Center is also the Heart Attack Unit, accredited by the Society of Chest Pain. The heart attack team, available 24 hours a day, strives to assess patients quickly and provide the live-saving care they need, including interventional treatment such as cardiac catheterization. They consistently perform angioplasty in less than 60 minutes of a patient’s arrival at the Emergency Center surpassing American Heart Association guidelines of 90 minutes or less.
Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing; Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) preferred. All Associate Degree nurses hired must agree to achieve their BSN degree within 3 years of start date. Must be licensed in the State of Florida as a Registered Nurse. BLS required. PALS, NRP and/or ACLS required per departmental standards. The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year of experience in a fast paced Emergency Room setting and/or 1 year of Critical Care experience.