Registered Nurse (Cardiac Surgery RN)
Registered Nurses—are you ready to earn top pay as a Cardiac Surgery Registered Nurse for an employer who is focused on making healthcare accessible? Community Regional Medical Center, central San Joaquin Valley’s largest healthcare provider and employer, is looking for Registered Nurses to join our team focused on the Cardiac Surgery unit. We are a locally-owned nonprofit dedicated to delivering healthcare, making it more accessible and prudently using our human and fiscal resources to improve the Valley’s wellbeing.
By joining our team of dedicated nursing professionals, you will receive:
- Relocation BONUS!
- Competitive Pay
- Overtime after the 8th hour
- Excellent benefits
”The Future of Cardiac Surgery in the Central Valley”
As a Registered Nurse (Cardiac Surgery RN), you will focus your talents on delivering safe care for patients through assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of individual patient needs with the highest professional standard while promoting nursing excellence. A career at Community Regional Medical Center is more than just a job, it is an experience. A rewarding setting with opportunities to learn and grow with proximity to the best nature has to offer.
Cardiac Surgery Registered Nurse (RN) – Healthcare / Medical / Hospital Nursing
As a Registered Nurse (Cardiac Surgery RN), you will promote and coordinate high quality standard perioperative care for the cardiac patient in conjunction with surgeons, anesthesia, perfusion, ancillary, and support staff.
Additional responsibilities of the Registered Nurse (Cardiac Surgery RN) include:
- Formulating a care plan which ensures that direct and indirect nursing care services are provided for the patient’s safety, comfort, hygiene, and protection, and for disease prevention and restorative measures
- Performing skills essential to the kind of nursing action to be taken, explaining the health treatment to the patient and family, and educating the patient and family on how to care for the patient’s healthcare needs
- Evaluating the effectiveness of the care plan through observation of the patient’s physical condition and behavior, signs and symptoms of illness, reactions to treatment, and through communication with the patient and healthcare team members
- Recognizing changes in the patient’s condition and responding appropriately; informing the physician of changes in the patient’s condition and modifying the plan as needed