Registered Nurse Critical Care Float Pool

Company: Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center

General Information
US-ID-Idaho Falls
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Job Description The largest medical facility in the region, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) is a modern, Joint Commission-accredited, 330-bed full-service hospital located in Idaho Falls. Idaho Falls offers a rich variety of outdoor activities with Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Jackson, WY and Sun Valley all within a short drive from our hospital.
Our nurses are FAMILY! Exceptional care and customer service are the cornerstones of Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. Here our nurses have a voice and are always encouraged to reach their goals. Tuition reimbursement is offered to all Full Time employees which proves we are invested in your career advancement. 
At Eastern Regional Medical Center we feel that customer service is an important part of every person's job and strive to enhance community health through our service with compassion, excellence and efficiency.

RN Float Pool: Full-Time Days 7am-7pm

This position assesses patients (on the unit to which the RN is assigned) for educational, physiological, psychosocial, comfort and safety needs.  Plans and coordinates care.  Performs treatments, procedures, and administers medication within state Registered Nurse practice guidelines.  Follows up with other associates, other departments, and others as necessary. 
Primary purpose of the Critical Care Float is to float to for critical care units  with high acuity and low volume patients.  Required to float to all nursing units where competencies have been completed. (Except special procedure units i.e. cath lab, angio etc.)
            Additional Float differential of $3.00/hr.
Job RequirementsLicensure:  Current State of Idaho Registered Nurse license or RN Compact license required.
Current AHA CPR for Healthcare Provider’s certification.
Experience:  At least one-year acute care hospital experience required
Education:  Completion of an accredited Registered Nursing program.
Has frequent interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other departments, patients and their families.  Must have the sensitivity, maturity and ability to communicate clearly and concisely.
Will follow assigned unit dress code and present a professional image.