The RNon Surgcal ICU teamwill be responsible for providing professional nursing care for patients following established standards and practices in our newly remodeled ICU. They will assist physicians and staff in coordinating patient care, and demonstrate the ability to safely and accurately operate equipment.
This position is working 60 hours every two weeks, rotating between days/nights every3-4 weeks. In addition, the RN will work 12 hour shifts, and works every third weekend.
The University of Minnesota Medical Center is a comprehensive stroke center and Level II trauma center. The 28 bed unitwas remodeled several years ago.We care for patients who have had complex surgical procedures, as well as advanced neurosurgical and interventional radiological procedures. We care for patients with manydifferent diagnoses including: multi system organ failure, stroke, sepsis, renal failure, GI bleed, necrotizing pancreatitis, and respiratory/cardiac arrest. We utilize continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT), VV ECMO, pulmonary artery catheters,and extraventricular drainage cathetersroutinely. Our complex patient population requires hemodynamic monitoring, critical medication management, management of organ failure, maintenance of systemic perfusion and a high technical skill set.This is a faced-paced and highly technical medical environment.
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the assessment, planning, delivery, and evaluation of nursing care for all assigned patient population(s). The RN is responsible for performing these responsibilities in accordance with all policy, procedures, professional practice guidelines and the MN Nurse Practice Act. The RN coordinates care with members of the health care team and delegates responsibilities to others as appropriate.
MN RN License
BSN or higher preferred
Certification in related specialty is highly desired
A minimum of one year current medical surgical RN experience in a Hospital setting is preferred
One year adult critical care experience is preferred
Certification by the American Association of Critical Care Nursing or in a related specialty is highly preferred
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