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Type: Full Time
Location: Austin, Texas
Job Code: 00196-60218
St. David s South Austin Medical Center provides comprehensive care to South Austin and its surrounding communities. Built in 1982, the facility is nationally recognized for its cardiac program, and provides a fully renovated maternity unit with Level I and Level II nurseries as well as a thriving 24/7 Emergency Department
The St. David s Emergency Center in Bastrop is a full-service freestanding emergency department that does not have attached inpatient facilities. This ED serves as an extension of St. David s South Austin Medical Center. Patients requiring inpatient care will be transported from the freestanding ED to St. David s South Austin Medical Center.
Features of St. David s Emergency Center Bastrop
10 exam rooms
On-site CT scanner; ultrasound; X-ray
On-site lab for immediate results
Board certified emergency physicians and trauma-certified nurses.
The on-site medical team treats all urgent and emergent medical conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, head and spine injuries, respiratory distress, abdominal pain, dehydration, orthopedic injuries, sports injuries and lacerations that require sutures.
.POSITION SUMMARY:The Nursing Department Manager, R.N., maintains 24-hour accountability for the direction, supervision, coordination and evaluation of activities of the professional practice of a nursing staff of a specialized nursing unit such as Emergency Services. Ensures patient needs are met in accordance with instructions of physicians and the Hospital policy and procedures. Directs and coordinates the organizational improvement activities of the nursing unit. Oversees the development, review and revision of policies, procedures and practices guidelines. Is accountable for the financial operation of the department.
Required: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; BSN
Required: Three to five years experience as a Registered Nurse in an Emergency Department.
Required: Registered Nurse license by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners; CPR certification
PREFERRED: ACLS Certification
Last Edited: 06/13/2018
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