Assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates the care of patients in the ED. Promotes teamwork with physicians, mid-level practitioners and personnel of other departments. Is accountable for adhering to all standards of emergency nursing care and for managing supplies and equipment.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, currently licensed in State of New York, or permittee. Membership in a professional organization suggested.
Minimum of one year Med/Surg experience required. Minimum of 2 years critical care or emergency room experience preferred. One year of acute care experience. Basic knowledge of nursing theory and practice. Knowledge of appropriate technology and practice standards for area of responsibility. Demonstrates sound clinical skills; knowledge of Hospital structure, objectives and standards of practice, positive communication skills.
NYS Registered Nurse license required, or permittee. Must have successfully completed a Basic Life Support Course, ACLS and PALS. TNCC certification within one year of employment preferred.ENPC, and CENcertifications preferred.
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Margaretville Hospital, in Margaretville, NY, is home to Delaware County's most advanced critical-care access hospital. This 15-bed facility cares for more than 240 inpatients annually while performing 14,000 outpatient procedures each year. Margaretville Hospital was named one of the top 100 critical-access hospitals in the nation by the National Rural Health Association. It provides emergency care, ambulatory care services, laboratory testing, medical imaging, physical and occupational therapy, swing-bed rehabilitation programs, respite care, and board-certified specialist and wellness education.
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