RN OR Nurse II, Inpatient, Surgery dept. at Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, 2nd shift, req10515
Specialize in Unparalleled Patient Care at Dr. P. Phillips Hospital. With an international reputation for highly specialized care and state-of-the-art medicine, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is a 237-bed, full-service medical/surgical facility serving the needs of Southwest Orange County residents. In addition to being supported by a team of outstanding nurse leaders, top-quality support staff and world-renowned physicians, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital will take your skills and capabilities further with the latest tools and resources, as well as leading-edge technology in diagnostic imaging, cardiovascular catheterization and angiography. Here, we have built a reputation around solving complex challenges, hiring the best professionals and staff to lead our patients toward the best outcomes.
Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, a part of Orlando Health, is currently seeking an Operating Room (inpatient) Registered Nurse that will provide direct patient care in a Perioperative setting.
- Graduate from an approved school of nursing. BSN or current national certification in area of practice required (CNOR, CRNFA).
- Assumes responsibility for professional development and continuing education.
- Meets all mandatory and developmental requirements for Orlando Health and unit/department.
- Current RN license in the State of Florida renewed every two years.
- Maintains current BLS/Healthcare Provider certification.
- ACLS, NRP, PALS, TNCC are required for certain areas.
- Two (2) years Surgery RN experience required. Based on area of assignment, specialty courses and specialty experience may be required. Able to meet job duties of OR Nurse I, Inpatient. Must meet perioperative specific performance competencies.
- Collects and assesses patient health data guided by the application of knowledge of physiological and psychological principles and experience, which is essential to establishing a nursing diagnosis and predicting outcomes. Pertinent data include, but are not limited to:
- Current medical diagnoses and therapies
- Physical status and physiological responses
- Psychosocial status of the patient
- Cultural, spiritual, and lifestyle information
- The individuals understanding, perceptions, and expectations of the procedure
- Previous responses to illness, hospitalizations, and surgical, therapeutic, or diagnostic procedures; and
- Results of diagnostic studies
- Develops a plan of care that prescribes interventions to attain expected outcomes. Examples of interventions performed include, but are not limited to:
- Verification of the surgical site
- Verification of the operative consent and reports of essential diagnostic procedures
- Positioning according to physiological principles
- Adherence to principles of asepsis
- Provision of appropriate and properly functioning equipment and supplies for the patient
- Provision for comfort measures and supportive care to the patient
- Environmental monitoring and safety