Acute Dialysis Registered Nurse – RN Job Description Template
Our company is looking for a Acute Dialysis Registered Nurse – RN to join our team.
- Supports and promotes the FMCNA’s mission, vision, values, and customer service philosophy;
- Ensures nephrology physician orders for assigned patients are received and entered in the Medical Record;
- Serves as a resource for health care team, participates in staff training and orientation of new staff as assigned;
- Enters all treatment data into the designated medical record thoroughly, accurately and in a timely manner;
- Assesses daily assigned patient care needs and collaborates with direct and ancillary patient care staff as needed;
- Performs all other duties as assigned by manager within state, federal and contractual standards;
- Participates in all required staff meetings as scheduled;
- Initiates, documents, and completes ongoing QAI activities including monthly reports as directed by manager or designee;
- Directs and provides safe effective patient care for assigned patients as prescribed for all modality specific treatment procedures;
- Collaborates with the interdisciplinary team to update the nursing assessment and plan of care for assigned patients;
- Delegates appropriate tasks to direct patient care staff including but not limited to LVN/LPNs and Patient Care Technicians;
- Expected to complete requirements to advance to the next Inpatient CAP level, for which they qualify, within 24 months from date of hire;
- Administers medications as prescribed and in accordance with contractual agreement;
- Assesses, collaborates and documents patient/family’s basic learning needs to provide initial and ongoing education to patients and family;
- Promotes infection control, equipment and environmental safety.
- Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA;
- Requires current state of Indiana license as Registered Nurse;
- Requires an Associates of Nursing (ASN); Bachelors of Nursing (BSN) preferred;
- Nursing Day In The Life;
- Requires that the RN has graduated from a nationally accredited nursing program;
- Other advanced life support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies.