Parkview North Hospital Cardiology Ambulatory Nurse-RN in Fort Wayne, Indiana
The Cardiology ambulatory team member integrates with the patient, family, and provider in the care of the patient in the ambulatory setting. Responsible for the assessments of patients, documentation of such assessments, and completion of any received orders according to the defined practice guidelines and EHR protocols. Accountable for assuring the delivery of quality nursing care for the designated patients of PHI in accordance with patients’ needs, providers' orders, defined plan of care, policies, and standards of practice. The range of practice will be in the form of direct/indirect patient care, result management, in-basket management, telephone triage, patient education, or any other duty deemed necessary by leadership. Together with the patient, the provider and other members of the ambulatory team, incorporates multiple data sources (EHR, MyChart, etc.) to strengthen communication and collaboration by delivering timely appropriate care with an emphasis on service excellence. Acts in accordance with all established policies and procedures, American Nurses Association Standards of Clinical Practice, Indiana Nurse Practice Act, and the ANA Code of Ethics.
Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Acceptable accrediting agencies are Commission on Collegiate Education in Nursing (CCNE), Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (CNEA). Must complete new hire orientation, patient care orientation, and office specific orientation as provided and required.
Valid Indiana Registered Nurse nursing license required. Must be willing to obtain Ohio state nursing license if deemed necessary by leadership. CPR certification required. ACLS certification preferred.
2 years experience in a medical setting required, cardiology ideal.
Good verbal and written communication skills required. Medical terminology and pharmacology background needed. Basic knowledge of cardiac rhythms is preferred. Essential computer skills and knowledge of electronic medical records recommended.