Registered Nurse Cardiac ICU - Centurion Verfied

Salary Negotiable Centurion, Gauteng Centurion, Gauteng more than 14 days ago 02-11-2021 11:16:29 AM
Role: Registered Nurse Specialised (Cardiac ICU)
Location: Centurion

Description:
The Registered Nurse will render and promote cost effective, safe quality patient care in accordance with hospital standards and policies. The incumbent will further be responsible for direct and/or indirect nursing care of a patient or a group of patients, for assessing, planning, executing and supervising the implementation of care to meet patient needs, is a role model in the delivery of evidence based care and will actively participate in Clinical Governance

Responsibilities:
Audit of health records to ensure compliance
Ensure all stock is well controlled and managed, charged and credited appropriately
Contribute to the holistic care of patients
Attend handover of report at shift commencement
Communicate effectively with patients regarding their care
Promote patient of health and wellbeing
Practice the principles of infection prevention and all Standard precautions
Promote and maintain good public relations with patients, relatives and visitors
Execute all procedures according to hospital standards
Adhere to the Resuscitation and Reanimation policy
Adhere to medical waste management principles and all other waste management principles
Maintain a safe working environment in accordance with the Machinery and Occupational Safety Act
Work effectively and co-operatively with others to establish and maintain good working relationships that are mutually beneficial.
Manage acuity and skill mix to ensure appropriate level of care
Keep abreast of current research in the discipline
Mentoring and supervision of junior healthcare providers and support staff
Keep up to date with evolving policies and procedures

Requirements:
Must have a Diploma in General Nursing
Registered with The South African Nursing Council
SANC ICU Post Basic qualification (Critical Care)
Previous hospital experience in a private sector and ICU is essential