Registered Nurse (RN) PRN - Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Pearland Medical Center - Pearland, Texas
Registered Nurse (RN) - Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
As a vital member of the HCA Healthcare System, Pearland Medical Center shares the strength of more than 165 hospitals across the United States and England, including The Womans Hospital of Texas and Clear Lake Regional Medical Center.
Pearland Medical Center specialties:
•Our Womens Diagnostic Imaging Center offers the most comprehensive care in the Pearland area, using the very latest in imaging. Our 3D mammography is the first of its kind in the area. It offers the most accurate imaging of any technology ever developed to detect breast cancer early.
•Pearland Medical Centers Cardiovascular Services will feature a cross-functional team of cardiologists, including the first stenting services offered in Pearland.
•Our Imaging Center will offer everything from X-rays to CT scans and more. Plus, we have experienced radiologists to analyze every detail, ensuring you have the absolute most accurate diagnoses.
•Our Outpatient Services have everything you need in one place: imaging, diagnosis and treatment.
•Surgery in Pearland from world-class surgeons? Of course. General surgery, spine, GYN, urology and much, much more.
•Earning the title to Pearland Medical Center focuses on the needs of women, men and their families. With The Woman's Hospital of Texas at Pearland Medical Center staff and our Women's Diagnostic Imaging Center, youll find the most advanced care in OB/GYN, reproductive issues and breast health. We offer a Level II NICU for premature infants, and we are partners with the Level III NICU at The Womans Hospital of Texas in case of extreme needs.
Pearland Medical Center is currently accepting applications for Registered Nurse (RN) - Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
The Registered Nurse (RN) Intensive Care Unit (ICU) performs direct patient care within the scope of the Registered Nurse Practice Act. Utilizes therapeutic communication in daily practice. Maintains a safe a therapeutic environment. Identifies nursing problems as they relate to the individual needs of the patient. Plans individualized patient care utilizing an interdisciplinary approach. Participates in performance improvement activities. Provides care and coordinates participation that fosters the goals of the hospitals mission and vision statement.
When acting in charge nurse role, registered nurses are responsible for day-to-day activities to ensure the delivery of quality patient care in a therapeutic environment. Make staff assignments based on patient need and the skill of the staff. Serve as role models and clinical resource for the staff. Respond in a timely manner to requests for information or follow-up with physician, staff or patient issues.