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Registered Nurse - Emergency Department - Skagit Valley Hospital

Skagit Regional Health

Skagit Regional Health

Part-time
Mt Vernon, WA, USA
Posted on Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Registered Nurse- ED $10,000.00 Sign-On Bonus for RN’s NEW to Skagit Regional Health*

Why Skagit Regional Health?

Skagit Regional Health is a healthcare leader in Northwest Washington State, providing advanced technology and high quality, patient-centered care to the people of Skagit, Island and north Snohomish Counties. The providers, clinicians and staff who provide compassionate care to patients in our facilities, live and play in the communities they serve.

The Skagit Regional Health system is diverse and comprehensive, offering a connected continuum of care across the region. The Skagit Regional Health system includes two acute care hospitals and approximately two dozen outpatient clinics

License / Certifications:

· Current Washington State RN License required.

· Current American Heart Association ACLS required.

· Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) required 6 months after hire. Current TNCC and ENPC required, within 18 months after hire. ENPC required one time. CEN preferred. Current NIHSS stroke scale certification within 6 months of hire.

Experience/Training:

Registered nurse with a minimum of two years’ experience in emergency department nursing preferred. Experience may be substituted by completion of the SRH Nurse Residency Program.

Job Summary:

The Staff Registered Nurse is responsible to the Department Director or Manager and is to be clinically competent; delivers care to patients utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, intervention, implementation, and evaluation. Effectively interacts with patients, significant others, and other health team members while maintaining standards of professional nursing. Cares for patients of all ages.

Our Mission:

To continually improve the health of our communities serving with compassion and respect, one person at a time.