ADC Endoscopy Clinic RN PRN Days

Shift: Day
Schedule: PRN Relief

Job Summary:
Responsible for providing nursing care to patients in all areas of the facility including admitting, procedures and recovery.  Duties of the registered nurse include thoroughly interviewing patients regarding their health history; IV skills; administration of moderate sedation with a strong ability to assess patients’ response to the medications and pain management; closely monitor/recover patients who’ve had endoscopic procedures who’ve received moderate sedation.  Must have knowledge of endoscopy procedural equipment, high-level disinfection processes and proper infection control practices per nationally recognized standards used by the facility.  Supervise non-licensed personnel who are assigned to patient care and work collaboratively with business staff, clinical staff and physicians.

Education/Licensure/Certificates:
  Current License as RN in the State of Texas
  CPR and ACLS certified by American Heart Association or American Red Cross

  Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
 
Previous experience working in an endoscopy center preferred
 
Previous experience with moderate sedation preferred           
  Position requires fluency in English language to function in job environment appropriately           
  Must exhibit desire to exemplify the BSA culture, including the BSA Mission, Vision and the BSA Way; also       demonstrates the ADC Endoscopy Specialists Mission
  Friendly, professional/effective communication skills, good interpersonal and customer service skills
  Strong critical thinking skills, good organizational and follow-through skills
  Ability to work in a busy environment, multi-task constantly and tolerate interruptions
  Fosters team work and communicates effectively with all members of the healthcare team
  Demonstrates professional and unit specific responsibility
  Exhibits professional conduct (regular attendance as required by department operations; reacts to change productively and handles other essential tasks as assigned; demonstrates an ability to be flexible, organized and function under stressful situations; participates in mandatory programs to maintain competency in the environment of care: safety, security, hazardous material and waste, emergency preparedness, life safety, medical equipment and utility systems).
  Good clinical assessment skills and nursing judgment, flexibility and basic computer skills.