Registered Charge Nurse Emergency Department
University Hospital & Medical Center
Full time Night
At University Hospital and Medical Center, it's all about community. For almost 40 years we've transformed right alongside the South Florida community we serve. Today, we're a 317-bed facility that is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Our team includes nearly 1,000 healthcare professionals and 550 physicians. We invite you to make our team even stronger.
University Hospital & Medical Center has been honored by being nationally recognized with many prestigious awards and accolades, including: awarded the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission, designated as a Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement, awarded the Disease Specific Care Certification for Orthopedic Joint Replacement and received the Five Star Excellence Award in Emergency Services.
We offer you an excellent total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent benefit package and growth opportunities. We believe in our team and your ability to do excellent work with us. Your benefits include 401k, PTO, medical, dental, flex spending, life, disability, tuition reimbursement, employee discount program, and employee stock purchase program.
Documents pertinent nursing notes to reflect: change in condition, transfer and discharge
Reviews routine physician orders within two (2) hours and accurately transcribes to MAR. Initiates STAT orders within one (1) hour
Assures all physician telephone orders are verified by “read back”
Clarifies physician’s orders in absence of explicit interpretation
Assesses and documents patient/family learning needs, abilities, preference and readiness to learn based on age specificity and level of understanding
Identifies and documents patient/family education in collaboration with other disciplines and implements initial and ongoing education relevant to those needs based on disease process, diet, pain management, medication, medical equipment and continuing care needs every shift