RN - Interventional Radiology
The clinical nurse is a professional Registered Nurse who assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated time frame and provides care to these patients using the nursing process in accordance with the standards of professional nursing practice. The clinical nurse performs in the professional role as described by the American Nurses Association (ANA); engaging in activities related to ethics, education, evidence-based practice and research, quality improvement, leadership, collaboration, professional practice evaluation , resources utilization, environmental health, and patient advocacy as appropriate to clinical nursing practice.
Minimum of 3 years ICU or procedural area experience
Possession of a current CA RN license, BCLS, ACLS, PALS.
Must be able to take call and travel to all locations covered by the department of Radiology
Ability to communicate, write clearly and effectively using standard English
Ability to read, interpret, and understand verbal or written instructions or orders in English
Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with patient, families, and co-workers.
Skill in organizing and prioritizing the work assignment to complete in a timely manner
Ability to effectively plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate pre-, mid-, and post-procedure care for interventional patients.
Ability to act as resource for IR.
Knowledge of performance improvement activities relevant to the care of IR patients.
Teaching skills in informal settings.
Skill and ability to respond quickly and accurately with patient needs and physician direction
Skill in operating equipment required to do the job