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CA Register Nurse -Circulator/PACU/OR
RN - Ambulatory
Beverly Hills, California
Permanent
Radiance Surgery Center

Radiance Surgery Center

Working in surgical operating rooms monitoring procedures. interact with patients throughout the day and often liaise between patients, doctors, and patient representatives like family members. Clinic nurses need to adhere to privacy laws including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to maintain patient confidentiality,... Read More
Pre-OP ACU RN Day Shift 40 hours/Week $5,485/week Wenatchee, WA
RN - Ambulatory
Wenatchee, Washington
Travel/Contract
Analytics Med Staff

Analytics Med Staff

Pre Op ACU RN. Must have experience with Epic OpTime EMR documentation. ACLS and PALS. Must have experience Pre and Post Oping patients of all ages. Day shift, 10 hour days COVID 19 Vaccines are required. Candidate is not considered COVID vaccinated or work eligible until 14 days from the last shot. Exemptions will NOT be accepted. PLEASE NOTE TH... Read More
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Ambulatory Care Nursing

Ambulatory Care nurses provide care to patients on an outpatient settings in hospitals and community-based setting. These nurses can expect to triage, assess and treat several patients throughout the day. Nurses may see patients in the clinic, advise them over the phone or in the emerging technology of a virtual office visit via Internet. From a simple IV administration to broken bones, ambulatory care nurses have a broad patient base. Nurses in these setting must accurately triage their patients, first to determine whether or not the patient needs more emergent care than the outpatient setting is able to provide. Nurses in ambulatory settings Ambulatory care nurses may also be responsible for filling out insurance forms for worker's compensation as many businesses have contracts with outpatient clinics for medical services. This position attracts nurses who prefer a short-term, less than 24 hours, relationship with their patient, day shift hours, usually Monday through Friday work schedule, although some evenings and Saturdays may be required.

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