MD EyeCare Services Corporate

  • PACU Nurse

    Job Locations US-CA-Murrieta
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/7/2018 10:46 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-2418
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Inland Eye Specialists
    Type
    Pier Diem
  • Overview

    Inland Eye Specialists

    Inland Eye Specialists is a nationally recognized leader in Ophthalmic and Optometric care with an excellent clinical support team, dynamic leadership and an unwavering commitment to customer service.  We strive to make every interaction extraordinary, inspiring the complete confidence of our patients.  Our employees contribute directly to the success of our practices and take pride in being a member the ESP Management team. We strongly believe that the manner in which our patients, customers and employees is as important as the quality of the services we provide.

     

    We are seeking a PACU RN with previous, verifiable experience in eye procedures, such as cataracts, retina, cornea and glaucoma.

     

    Responsibilities

    The PACU RN is responsible for the safety and care of the patients while in the pre-operative and post-operative areas. This position is responsible and accountable for the delivery of individualized nursing care to patients both prior to administration and immediately following the emergence from anesthesia for surgical intervention. Incorporating current clinical knowledge with established nursing practice, he/she performs nursing interventions utilizing the nursing process. By assessment of the individual patient and the scheduled surgical procedure, he/she anticipates the needs of the patient and provides for those needs while maintaining a safe and therapeutic environment.

    Qualifications

    • Graduate of NLN Accredited School of Nursing
    • BLS, ACLS
    • State licensure as Registered Nurse
    • Knowledge and experience in peri-anesthesia patient care with a minimum of 1 year experience in a PACU or Critical Care Unit. Ambulatory PACU is preferred.
    • Possesses skills and knowledge in the following areas:*
    • Principles of organization
    • Physical Assessment of body systems
    • Cardiac rhythm interpretation
    • Pharmacology related to anesthetic agents and their effects on the post operative patient
    • Knowledge of patient rights
    • Ability to assess patients’ needs: physical, educational, emotional, spiritual, and age appropriate.

    In turn we will offer:

    • Benefits to full time team members that include comprehensive medical, dental and optical coverage, 401K and short and long term disability.
    • Company paid life insurance.
    • Paid holidays and generous paid time off.
    • Paid parking where applicable.
    • Team oriented working environment where you are heard and respected.
    • Clear career ladder opportunities.

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