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EICU RN III EICU 900 - BAPTIST HEALTH, Little Rock, AR
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITY - Job Summary (general statement of purpose or objective of position)Accountable for utilizing the nursing process to provide direct or remote patient care , coordinate the provision of care and serve as a role model in clinical practice, leadership, organization and professional development. The eRNIII is accountable for managing a population of multiply-complex adult acute care patients in collaboration with an intensivist led remote team by collaborating with bedside teams. The eRNIII can function as an effective patient care team member both remotely and at the bedside. Additionally, the eRN III assumes other responsibilities designed to improve the quality of care of a specific patient population or aspect of nursing service by implementing evidence based nursing care both remotely and at the bedside of local or outreach facilities. The professional tele-ICU eRNIII models all six characteristics of AACN's Healthy Work Environment including: Skilled Communications, True Collaboration, Effective Decision Making, Appropriate Staffing, Meaningful Recognition, and Authentic Leadership. The eRNIII is a committed, engaged partner with the local and outreach multi-disciplinary team improving care and outcomes for patients. The eRNIII participates in quality improvement activities, clinical education, and research to drive continuous improvement. The eRNIII serves as an ambassador, promoting Baptist Health to both actual and potential customers, educating about tele-ICU to promote the specialty of tele-ICU nursing, and developing care delivery models to improve quality to their patients served.MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - Knowledge, skills, abilities, license, registration, certification, education, and experienceGraduate of an Accredited Registered Nursing Program with an unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Arkansas or Compact state. CCRN/CCRNe preferred. Five years of recent clinical nursing practice with an emphasis on critically ill adults. Required clinical skills include but are not limited to: Advanced hemodynamic monitoring, invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation, vasoactive medication administration, ACLS, BLS, ICP monitoring, vascular access, cardiac output support, renal replacement therapy, nursing management of multi system clinical conditions, end of life care, palliative management, and comprehensive patient assessment and goal setting. Ability to work well under high stress in close quarters with a multidisciplinary team in a variety of settings providing both remote and bedside patient care. Well developed interpersonal skills. Proficient at computer application operation. Comfortable interacting over two-way video with bedside clinicians.