The RN is responsible for managing patients admitted or being seen for medical conditions or surgical procedures; performs the primary function of a professional nurse leader in assessing, planning, guiding, and evaluating nursing care provided to patients. Assessments related to specific conditions, therapies and interventions are required. The RN shall oversee and guide nursing employees that are under their supervision. Responsible for interaction with hospital staff and/or ancillary departments regarding patient care, concerns, and conflicts with identification and assistance in resolutions. May be occasions when it will be necessary to work weekends, holidays, evenings, nights, and/or on-call/call-back status.
Schedule Notes:13 weeks
immediate need
2 – day shift openings , 1 night shift opening

Skills: BLS – Required Current ED Experience – Required On-Line Verification – Required PALS – Required Texas RN License – Required TNCC – Required

Education: Must have Texas License or Compact License