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Job Description: Provide professional nursing services to patients at Helen Hayes Hospital on a Cardiac Unit. All positions require license and registration to practice nursing in New York State. Some positions require post-RN licensure clinical nursing experience, or specialized nursing experience, or a bachelor's degree in nursing, or certification in a specialized area. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS/COMPETENCIES: ACLS, Dysrhythmia, and IV Certification required. CRRN, BS/BSN or 30 credits towards degree. A minimum of three years' experience and post licensure clinical nursing with cardiac/pulmonary patients including interpreting continuous cardiac monitoring. The ability to critically assess and evaluate patients. Demonstrate excellent communication and leadership skills. Must possess the ability to work independently, efficiently and, multitask Knowledge of Meditech, Nihon and ScottCare systems. NATURE OF WORK & RESPONSIBILITIES: • Proficient in utilizing the nursing process (assess, plan, implement and evaluation). • Monitor patients' cardiac rhythm and recognize cardiac changes. • Disseminate information to the interdisciplinary cardiopulmonary team. • Participate in interdisciplinary patient education programs. • Respond to emergency situations. • Ability to supervise ancillary personnel and other duties as assigned As one of the country's first physical rehabilitation facilities, Helen Hayes Hospital is widely recognized as a leader in rehabilitation medicine and research. For over 100 years, we have helped restore function to individuals with catastrophic injuries and chronic disabling illnesses, enabling them to move on to active, productive, independent and fulfilling lives. Our team approach to care challenges our patients to not only meet, but to exceed their goals. We support them with state-of-the-art equipment and technology and provide their families with the compassion and information needed to make recovery a reality. Patients from around the country are drawn to our beautiful 105-acre campus with magnificent Hudson River views, located 35 minutes north of New York City.  See our website at: We may have other P/T & Per Diem positions available on the Cardiac Unit and other Units (TBI, SNF, and TCU). Our Per Diem rate is $40/hour ($45/hour on Weekends/Holidays) with no benefits. Our P/T & F/T positions offer benefits, salary depends on experience. Fax resume to 845-786-4783 or email resume via this ad.

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Looking for critical care unit jobs?  The critical care unit, also known as the intensive care unit is a special department of a hospital or health care facility that provides intensive-care medicine. Intensive Care Units cater to patients with the most severe and life-threatening illnesses and injuries; that require constant, close monitoring and support from specialist equipment and medication in order to maintain normal bodily functions. They are staffed by highly trained doctors and critical care nurses who specialize in caring for seriously ill patients. Common conditions that are treated within ICUs include those such as trauma, multiple organ failure and sepsis.

Patients may be transferred directly to an Intensive Care Unit from an Emergency Department if required, or from a ward if they rapidly deteriorate; or immediately after surgery if the surgery is majorly invasive and the patient is at high risk of complications.

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