RN-Pacemaker Clinic / SRS Cardiology / San Diego Main / Per Diem / Day Shift
- SRS San Diego Main
- Per Diem
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Shift Start Time:7 AM
Shift End Time:5:30 AM
Additional Shift Information:
Weekend Requirements:Not Specified
Hourly Pay Range (Minimum - Midpoint - Maximum):$58.542 - $75.537 - $92.533
The stated pay scale reflects the range that Sharp reasonably expects to pay for this position. The actual pay rate and pay grade for this position will be dependent on a variety of factors, including an applicant’s years of experience, unique skills and abilities, education, alignment with similar internal candidates, marketplace factors, other requirements for the position, and employer business practices.
What You Will Do
Under the direction of the cardiologist, manages patients enrolled in the Pacemaker/ICD clinic. Provides support and education to patients and their families.
- 3 Years Experience in cardiology.
- 1 Year Pacemaker/ICD management experience.
- California Registered Nurse (RN) - CA Board of Registered Nursing -REQUIRED
- AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional (AHA BLS Healthcare) - American Heart Association -REQUIRED
- ACLS Certification (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) - American Heart Association -REQUIRED
- Education patient and family
Identifies patient educational needs and collaborates with physicians and manager to develop teaching programs to meet those needs.
Assist with developing patient education materials and communications.
Provides individual patient teachings, as requested.
Assists in scheduling and organizing clinical and technical in-services, customer service in-services, mock codes, and pharmacy fairs.
Provides ongoing clinical and service support and serves as preceptor for new nurses.
Consistently pro-active in team development and in problem-solving to meet department goals.
Actively and positively strives to implement departmental goals and support changes.
Acts as a resource and role model for staff.
Facilitates inter-departmental cooperation and teamwork.
Demonstrates willingness to help co-workers, recognizes others efforts.
Uses positive communication skills, identifies issues, makes suggestions related to access, patient care and patient satisfaction to immediate supervisor and offers solutions for resolution in cooperation with other team members (providers, PSR, etc.)
Accepts interpersonal cultural and ethnic differences and respects others' values and opinions.
Give and receives feedback about care and service delivery.
Ensures prompt and efficient return of messages according to established policy.
Troubleshoots and resolves problem calls.
Assumes responsibility for receiving of results, routing to provider and forwarding to medical records.
Performs all other duties as required by Patient Care Manager.
- Patient care
Demonstrates technical expertise and competence, within the established scope of practice.
Acts as clinical resource for the designated areas of responsibility.
Demonstrates strong nursing skill in the area of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care.
Demonstrates technical expertise and competency within scope of practice, acts as a clinical resource for the designated area of responsibility.
Partners with physicians to continuously learn and expand clinical knowledge base.
Performs testing and reprogramming of cardiac devices as indicated.
Formulates, implements and evaluates an ongoing plan of care.
Develops and maintains patient database utilizing health history, physical exam, lab and other diagnostic studies.
Interprets data, discriminating between normal and abnormal findings.
Evaluates effectiveness of patient care and identifies QA issues for self/others.
Demonstrates advanced knowledge in cardiac electro physiology/physiology.
Utilizes clinical database to produce patient reports.
Listens to patients, collects pertinent information and assesses patient's needs, recognized the urgency of the patient's problem, offers advice and recommendations based on approved protocols or routes to physicians, schedules appointments.
Assists in ensuring telephone messages are returned.
- Quality assurance
Monitors patient flow, physician schedules and completes daily tasks to ensure quality and meet service standards.
Reviews charge tickets for accuracy and completeness.
Follows policy and procedure for entering of OCM.
May maintain nursing policy and procedure manuals and/or sit on policy and procedure committees relevant to department function.
Demonstrates clear knowledge and accountability of quality regulations and standards for department.
Maintains Quality Assurance book/list on unit as necessary.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Professionalism, courtesy and maintains composure in dealing with patients and staff.
- Effective interpersonal communication skills, both oral and written.
- Demonstrates proficiency in clinical skills, nursing judgment and leadership.
- Demonstrates time management and problem solving skills and the ability to work independently.
- The ability to analyze data, prepare concise reports and formulate action plans to facilitate effective patient care and department success.
- Demonstrates understanding of clinical dysrhythmias, their diagnoses and treatment with pharmacologics and/or implant able devices.
Sharp HealthCare is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability or any other protected class
California Registered Nurse (RN) - CA Board of Registered Nursing; AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional (AHA BLS Healthcare) - American Heart Association; ACLS Certification (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) - American Heart Association
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