Staff Nurse - Emergency Svcs 00076795 (Q) - 61261

Part Time | New York City, NEW YORK | 19 days

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Part Time

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About NYC Health + Hospitals

Queens Hospital Center is making good on its promise to the people of southeastern and central Queens to maximize both patient convenience and positive clinical outcomes. Residents of Queens can count on the delivery of quality medical care right in their own borough.  In 2002 the hospital opened a state-of-the-art, 261-bed facility that includes the Queens Cancer Center, the first comprehensive cancer treatment center in the borough.



Job Description

Under supervision, provides professional nursing care to patients/clients within an assigned unit. Diagnoses

and treats responses to actual or potential health problems by means of nursing methods and techniques

such as case-finding, health teaching, health counseling and provision of care supportive to and restorative

of life and well-being.

1. Identifies and discriminates between physical and psycho-social signs and symptoms. Selects and performs

those therapeutic measures which are essential for effective execution of the nursing regimen for assigned

patients/clients.

2. Develops, implements and continuously evaluates the nursing regimen for assigned patients/clients.

3. Records and maintains nursing care plans and progress notes on patients/clients to ensure continuity of care.

4. Interprets and reports responses of patients/clients to appropriate members of the health team.

5. Participates with interdisciplinary health team members to plan a comprehensive patient care program.

6. Determines and assigns those components of the nursing regimen which may be carried out by allied nursing

personnel.

7. Provides teaching, guidance and direction to allied nursing personnel in rendering patient care.

8. Participates in defining, implementing, maintaining and interpreting standards of nursing practice.

9. Participates in departmental and interdisciplinary conferences pertaining to policies and procedures affecting

nursing practice.

10. Participates in determining conditions, resources and policies essential to the delivery of nursing care

services.

11. Participates in development and maintenance of a system of evaluation of nursing care, practices and

procedures, including evaluation of nursing personnel.

12. Interprets philosophy and objectives of agency and Nursing Department to patients/clients, families and other

groups.

13. Maintains professional competence through participation in continuing education and other appropriate

learning experiences.

14. Performs other professional nursing activities as delegated by nursing service administration.



Minimum Qualifications

For individuals holding an unrestricted registered professional nursing license BEFORE July 1,

2020 in New York State, another state or United States territory:

1. A valid New York State license and current registration to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse

in New York State; and

2. Holds, or obtains through facility orientation, a valid and current certification in Basic Life

Support (BLS) through the American Heart Association (AHA).

For individuals issued a registered professional nursing license on or AFTER July 1, 2020,

based on expected implementation of Chapter 502 of the Laws of 2017 and Chapter 380 of the

Laws of 2018:

1. A valid New York State license and current registration to practice as a Registered Professional

Nurse in New York State; and

a. A Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing or higher (or other nursing degree, as identified by NYS

Education Department including Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of

Philosophy Degree in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Science) from an accredited college or

university, registered with the NYSED; or

b. Obtains a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing or higher, as described in “a” above, within ten

(10) years of the date of initial licensure; and

2. Holds, or obtains through facility orientation, a valid and current certification in Basic Life Support

(BLS) through the American Heart Association (AHA).



How To Apply

If you wish to apply for this position, please apply online at employment.nychhc.org.


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