Administers patient care in an area in a hospital or inpatient/observation setting where an acute care patient receives active treatment for an injury, episode of illness, a medical condition, or post intervention with assessment.
7NBT Cardiac/Heart Failure (CPCU)is a Progressive Care Unit(PCU)with 32 private beds and physically located on 7N in the North Tower of Orlando Regional Medical Center. The operating hours are 24/7/365. The Cardiac/Heart Failure unit has been recognized as a top unit in patient experience. 7N CPCU provides specialized services to the heart failure, cardiac, and procedural patients. Patients admitted on 7N CPCU have diagnoses such as coronary artery disease requiring heart catheterization, valve disease, patients needing open heart surgery, cardiac arrhythmias requiring IV medications, electrophysiology studies, cardiac ablation, pacemaker/defibrillator implant, heart failure needing diuretics, as well as pulmonary hypertensive patients. The nurses work closely with the cardiology and leadership teams to ensure optimal patient care.
ORLANDO HEALTH ORLANDO REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Located in downtown Orlando, Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) has served the Central Florida community for more than 100 years. With 898 acute-care and rehabilitative beds, it is among the largest acute-care facilities in the region and the only Level I Trauma Centers in Central Florida. The hospital has earned recognition from U.S. News & World Report as a “Best Hospital” in Central Florida and rated high performing in 12 adult procedures and conditions. Orlando Health ORMC holds the most Beacon Awards for Excellence in the state, awarded by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses to units that employ evidence-based practices to improve patient and family outcomes, and is the only adult-care hospital in Orlando to achieve Magnet® Recognition, the gold standard for nursing's contribution to quality patient care, safety, research and service excellence. Orlando Health ORMC is the flagship hospital of the Orlando Health system of care, which includes award-winning hospitals and ERs, specialty institutes, urgent care centers, primary care practices and outpatient facilities that span Florida's east to west coasts and beyond. Collectively, our 27,000+ team members honor our over 100-year legacy by providing professional and compassionate care to the patients, families and communities we serve. Orlando Health is committed to providing you with benefits that go beyond the expected, with career-growing FREE education programs and well-being services to support you and your family through every stage of life. We begin your benefits on day one and offer flexibility wherever possible so that you can be present for your passions. “Orlando Health Is Your Best Place to Work” is not just something we say, it's our promise to you.
Respects diversity by building respectful relationships with all team members and customers.
Functions as a patient and family advocate.
Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served on his or her assigned
Serves as a preceptor, charge nurse, unit educator, and/ or nurse clinician.
Communicates and collaborates with medical staff and interdisciplinary team to effectively plan and manage the unit/department.
Serves as a role model for staff and supports the hospital and nursing department's goals and strategies.
Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span, assesses the data reflective of the
patient's status, and interprets the necessary information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his or her agespecific needs.
Coordinates the care and delegates as appropriate to other team members on a defined group of patients.
Documents patient care in a knowledgeable, skillful, and consistent manner meeting all required and regulatory standards. This
includes but is not limited to patient assessment, education, medication administration, treatments, and patient safety.
Demonstrates competency in nursing skills and use of patient care/unit equipment as defined by unit/department-specific requisite
Prioritizes patient care in an ongoing manner in accordance with Evidence-Based Practice Standards of Care.
Practices effective problem identification and resolution.
Delegates tasks and duties to healthcare team members in accordance with the patient's needs and the team member's
capabilities and qualifications.
Communicates appropriate information regarding patient condition or unit concerns to other health care team members.
Demonstrates caring practices by providing a compassionate and therapeutic environment for patients and their families.
Demonstrates awareness of legal issues and patients' rights.
Collaborates with the education department and nursing leadership team to effectively transition and support new team members
Maintains reasonably regular, punctual attendance consistent with Orlando Health policies, the ADA, FMLA, and other federal,
state, and local standards.
Maintains compliance with all Orlando Health policies and procedures
Graduate of an approved school of nursing.
Meets all mandatory, developmental, and performance competency requirements for Orlando Health and unit/department.
Maintains current State of Florida RN license or valid eNLC multistate RN license.
Maintains current BLS/Healthcare Provider certification.
ACLS, NRP, PALS, TNCC are required for certain areas. NRP required for Neonatal Intensive care Unit (NICU).