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Staff RN - Cardiac Cath Lab

Eureka, CA

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Hiring Company

TAO Staffing

Positions Available

Full Time


Position Description

We are looking for a Staff RN – CNA (California Nurses Association) for Cardiac Cath Lab  Location - Eureka, CA   

Schedule: Full-time – 80 hours biweekly - 1.0  Shift: 10-hour Days  On-call is required  our Hospital is a nonprofit, 138-bed health care facility located in Eureka. This full-service hospital is now designated as a level III trauma center and has been a cornerstone of the community since 1920.  

FUNCTION: Under the broad general direction of the Department Manager and/or Lead Technologist, and in collaboration with the cardiologists, radiologists, and other members of the medical staff, the Registered Nurse employs intellectual, interpersonal and technical skills through the utilization of the nursing process to assist patients of various ages in achieving maximum health potential. The Cath Lab RN participates in a variety of specialized invasive procedures, including cardiac catheterization, diagnostic angiography, pacemaker revision/implantation, imaging-based interventions and pre & post operative care. The Registered Nurse functions as a health team member through independent, interdependent and dependent roles within the health care system. Serving as the patient’s advocate, the RN assumes responsibility and accountability for nursing care for patients, as defined by the department scope of service. The RN participates in quality assurance and organizational improvement activities.   

The RN supports the Cath Lab during various procedures

  • 3-4 non-negotiable requirements on this position?Must have Cath Lab experience, at minimum 2-3 years RN License BLS & ACLS certifications Ability to relocate to Eureka/Humboldt CountyWhat are the nice-to-have skills?4-5 years of Cath Lab experience
  • For an experienced candidate...they would have the ability to train new hires and provide direction to the team. Opportunities to learn and department is small so the right candidate could have a very rewarding position in a Cath Lab that serves the entire county.

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Ability to ensure patient confidence and comfort.
  • Efficiently communicates with SJH-HC physicians, customers and employees, both in person and by telephone.
  • Reads and comprehends written instructions, able to interpret medical orders, correspondence, memorandums, and medical records.
  • Applies basic arithmetic and algebraic concepts such as proportions, percentages and simple equations with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Performs medication dosage calculations accurately.
  • Applies deductive and common sense reason ability to problem solve on a frequent basis.
  • Concentrates on details in a busy and distracting environment.
  • Initiative and the ability to make independent judgements are required.   

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Graduate of an accredited nursing school and/or proof of licensure by the state of California.   

Experience:

  • Two years of acute care nursing experience required.
  • Critical care experience is required.
  • Knowledge of cardiac cath/diagnostic angiography is highly preferred.   

Licensure:

  • State of California RN Certification: Current CPR certification is required.
  • Current ACLS certification is required on hire or within the introductory/training period or no later than 120 days.         


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