Evaluates assigned patients and implements and documents nursing care. Assists physicians during examinations and procedures.
Regularly exposed to bloodborne/airborne disease. Contact with patients is under a wide variety of circumstances. Exposed to unpleasant elements (accidents; injuries and illness). Subject to unpredictable situations. Handles emergency or crisis situations and may perform emergency care. Subject to interruptions and occasionally subject to irregular hours. Occasional pressure due to multiple calls and inquiries. Requires judgement/action which could result in death of patient.
Performs a variety of tasks. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Typically reports to a manager or head of the urgent care center.
Education: ADN or Diploma in Nursing Program, BSN preferred
Current Arizona RN LicenseCurrent BLS Certification required
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