Labor & Delivery (L&D) Travel Nurse RN - $2595/Weekly
We are looking for aTravel L&D RNfor a greatTravel nursing jobin Bronx, NY.
This L&DTravel nursing jobpays for pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks.
Below are the details of thisTravel Nursing Jobincluding theTravel nurse salary:
- Specialty: L&D RN
- Travel Labor & Delivery (L&D) Registered Nurse : Bronx, NY
- Travel Nurse Salary Contact for details.
- Start Date : December 06, 2023
- Travel Nursing Job Assignment Length : 13 weeks
- Travel Nurse 36 hours per week
- Shift : 12 hours, Night
Registered Nurse L&D Nights 7P - 7A
Assess patients' clinical conditions, recognizing, identifying and interpreting serious situations, prioritizing, and immediately deciding upon and taking proper action, for example, to inform physician and take preplanned measures.
Formulate nursing diagnoses to appropriately provide care for patients across the life span, from neonates to geriatric patients, including medical, surgical, psychiatric, and obstetrical patients.
Develop a plan of care for individual patients by interviewing patient and family members, reviewing the patient's health record, and determining the kind of health and physical care required, including discharge planning. The plan of care reflects any special cultural, religious, physical, and psychosocial needs identified, and contains expected outcomes individualized to the patient or situation.
Initiate appropriate measures in emergency situations when the physician is not immediately available, for example, take resuscitative measures in case of cardiac or respiratory arrest.
Operate and monitor general and specialized emergency care equipment such as infusion pumps, pulse oximeters, ventilators, cardiac monitors and other specialized equipment.
Administer therapeutic measures as prescribed by the physician such as medications and IV therapy that alter hemodynamic status, respiratory therapy, mechanical ventilation, etc.
Plan, provide and appropriately document the teaching of patients and families in preventative, curative and rehabilitative measures, taking into consideration patients' and families' learning needs, styles, barriers, and readiness to learn.
Record observations, nursing interventions, therapeutic measures administered, and status of coordinated activities between nursing and other professional disciplines.
Evaluate progress toward attainment of outcomes including patient status, interventions, and patient response to nursing and therapeutic interventions, and update the plan of care.
Document specific health care requirements for patients and prepares written assignments to individual team members, matching the skills and abilities of staff to the care requirements of patients.
Plan and develop care delivery and implementation of the plan and coordinates the documentation of care.
Assume oversight for patient care administered by licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel in any assigned or delegated tasks.
Provide technical guidance, delegation and direction to other registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel.
Share responsibilities for sustaining adequate supplies and equipment as well as general upkeep of the unit and in preserving a safe environment.
Maintain knowledge and competency that reflects current nursing practice and promotes professional growth for self and other staff members.
Demonstrate positive role model and leadership qualities. Adheres to and promotes professional, ethical and legal standards of nursing.
Maintain and promote positive personal work habits, interpersonal skills and public relationships with employees, administration, medical staff, patients and families.
Requirements Must have a minimum of 2 years experience Must have a NY RN License Certs: BLS, ACLS, NRP, Good written and verbal communication skills Meet pre-employment credentialing clearances (Background Check and Drug Screen) Ability to meet physical demands (stand; walk; sit; climb stairs, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl), and lift up to 50lbs