About the unit
Officially completed in February of 2019, this EC spans across 125,000 square feet with 135 mostly private rooms. This brand-new space has the state-of-the-art equipment, radiology suites, pharmacy and respiratory support within the department. As one of the busiest EC's in the nation, and as a Level I Trauma Center/Level II Pediatric EC, you will be exposed to some amazing learning opportunities.
We have a shared-governance model, and we encourage the front-line staff to get involved and participate in the day-to-day decisions and changes within the department.
About Royal Oak Hospital
Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as the #2 hospital in Michigan and one of the top hospitals in the country. It is a major academic and referral center with Level I adult and Level II pediatric trauma designations. The advanced capabilities and clinical expertise within this center have earned it Magnet designation four consecutive times and has the distinct honor of housing Michigan's first Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence.
Scope of work
Under supervision of the professional registered nurse and in accordance with competencies established, supports the provision of nursing care by performing patient care tasks as delegated within the Emergency Department. Performs routine bedside nursing activities including ambulating, moving and turning patients, assisting patients with bedpans or urinary devices, making patient beds. Responsible for bagging and labeling all patient belongings and completing the patient property record on all admitted patients. Performs higher level of patient care tasks as prescribed by established competencies, and as delegated by the supervising professional Registered Nurse in accordance with departmental policies and procedures which includes starting saline locks, simple suture removal (excluding face or complex lacerations) splinting, phlebotomy which includes (children draws over the age of 2), vital sign measurement, records intake and output and restraint application.
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High School graduate or equivalent
Requires a minimum six months' exhibited performance as a nursing assistant or other inpatient care giver experience, paramedic, EMT, urgent care caregiver experience, a Nursing Student (preferred completion of a Medical Surgical rotation) or EMT/Paramedic student or program graduate.
Requires successful completion of established competencies by the Emergency Department Leadership and Emergency Department Education Specialist.
EMT license preferred.
Basic computer skills
Primary LocationSITE - Royal Oak Hospital - 3601 W 13 Mile Road - Royal Oak
Department NameEmergency Center - Royal Oak
Employment TypePart time
ShiftEvening (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours23
Hours of Worknoon - midnight
Weekend FrequencyEvery third weekend
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