ST MARYS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Full Time · Day Shift · 7a-7p
Req Number: 25307
The Registered Nurse on the Cardiac Telemetry unit is an essential member of the patient care team responsible for the delivery of direct and indirect patient care through the nursing process in all areas of the unit: Cardio-Pulmonary, dialysis, oncology, and all general med/surgical patients treated on the unit. The RN will delegate those interventions, which may be performed by others, supervises as appropriate, assists in maintaining a safe environment for the rendering of effective nursing care provide education to patients, and families, and collaborates with other health professionals in the planning management of health care.
C2 is a fast-paced, 31-bed unit, serving a primarily geriatric population.
Associate degree in Nursing (or 3-year Diploma) required Bachelor’s degree preferred
Must possess a valid State of Maine RN license
BLS certification required
ACLS must be obtained within one year of hire
Must attend telemetry course during orientation
1-year previous nursing experience preferred
OTHER SKILLS REQUIRED
Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills required
Responsible, supportive team player
Covenant Health Mission Statement
We are a Catholic health ministry, providing healing and care for the whole person, in service to all in our communities.
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We show respect, caring, and sensitivity towards all, honoring the dignity of each person, especially the poor, vulnerable, and suffering.
We promote justice and ethical behavior and responsibly steward our human, financial, and environmental resources.
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