Nurse Technician Urgent Care Federal Way
Delivers and assists in care that is consistent with Nursing Standards of Practice and Nursing Standards of Patient Care. This care may involve gathering information to assist the registered nurse in the nursing process of assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation. Functions under the direct supervision of the registered nurse and within the scope of practice that the supervising registered nurse has determined is appropriate based upon the education and skills of the Nurse Technician and as defined by the Washington Administrative Code (WAC). The Nurse Technician can be hired to provide three roles: (1) giving individualized care to children and their families under the direction and supervision of a licensed registered nurse; (2) assisting with general clinical responsibilities that may contribute directly and indirectly to patient care under the supervision of the charge nurse or other registered nurse; and (3) may function as a sitter under the supervision of the patient's assigned registered nurse.
Required Education/Experience: - Currently enrolled in or have completed at least one academic term (quarter or semester) of a nursing commission approved program approved by the commission (ADN or BSN). Term must have included a clinical component. Required Credentials: - Current WA State Nursing Technician Registration. - Current Healthcare Provider BLS as certified by the American Heart Association.
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