Emergency Department GN or RN, FT Nights

Shift: Night
Schedule: Full - Time Regular

The Emergency Department Nurse Residency Program is an exceptionally structured program with phenomenal learning opportunities focused on building Emergency Department nurses who truly excel in the clinically challenging setting of the Emergency Department.

  In addition to your online application, please complete an Emergency Department Nurse Residency application packet. The application packets can be obtained from the BSA Human Resource office or downloaded from www.bsahs.org/wellness

The BSA Emergency Department proudly serves a multi-state area of the Texas Panhandle, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado and Kansas. The BSA ED averages 5,250 patients per month that are treated by a by a team that consist of Board Certified Emergency physicians and a highly competent compassionate ED staff.

The Registered Nurse is accountable for the health status and health needs of their patients based upon interpretation of health data and preventative health practices in collaboration with the patients and the interdisciplinary healthcare team members.

 

Education/Licensures/Certifications:
  Current Texas RN license
  CPR certified from American Heart Association or American Red Cross required
  ACLS within 12-months of hire required
  PALS or ENPC within 12-months of hire required
  TNCC within 12-months of hire preferred

Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  Previous staff nursing experience desired; Emergency RN staff nursing experience preferred
  Assess, plan, evaluates, documents total nursing process
  Organized, self-motivated with exceptional follow-through skills
  Computer skills necessary; EMR Epic documentation
  Multi-task constantly and tolerate multiple interruptions
  Clear and effective communication with patients, families, and other healthcare professionals
  Compassionate customer service skills
  Committed to patient and family satisfaction