Heart. Soul. Expertise. That’s what defines an Emory nurse. Emory Healthcare would like to invite you to join our Cardiology Med Surg Unit at Emory St. Joseph's Hospital. This is a location that offers an opportunity to work with a diverse patient population. This is a 22 bed Cardiology Med Surg Unit, with an interventional cardiac population, TAVR's, Mitral clips, Ablations, Caths, Stemi/Nstemi patients. This unit serves as an overflow for cardiac surgery with a very high volume of infusion drips, as well as sheath and groin management.
Other highlights of the unit include:
We are proud to be the only health system in Georgia with four Magnet®-recognized hospitals. We’re looking for passionate critical care nurses who are ready to join a team that’s redefining quality nursing care. We’re defining a new standard of care for humankind.
Are YOU ready to join us?
Full-Time/36 hours per week/Nightshift
We're seeking a Registered Nurse, Acute Care responsible for being a capable clinician who has acquired broad experience in caring for patients and has developed a sound understanding about the care of a particular patient population and routinely uses acquired knowledge, theory, research and experience to respond to changes in clinical situations. This RN professional is able to apply the Synergy Model for Care in practice and use this knowledge to personalize care for each patient/family while serving as a resource to colleagues and strong advocate for patients/families. This individual will:
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: (Medium-Heavy) 36-75 lbs, 0-33% of the work day (occasionally); 20-35 lbs, 34-66% of the workday; (frequently); 10-20 lbs, 67-100% of the workday (constantly); Lifting 75 lbs max; Carrying of objects up to 35 lbs; Occasional to frequent standing & walking; Occasional sitting; Close eye work (computers, typing, reading, writing); Physical demands may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS: Factors affecting environment conditions may vary depending on the assigned work area and tasks. Environmental exposures include, but are not limited to: Blood-borne pathogen exposure; Bio-hazardous waste Chemicals/gases/fumes/vapors; Communicable diseases; Electrical shock; Floor Surfaces; Hot/Cold Temperatures; Indoor/Outdoor conditions; Latex; Lighting; Patient care/handling injuries; Radiation; Shift work; Travel may be required; Use of personal protective equipment, including respirators; environmental conditions may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.