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Registered Nurse (RN)

Company: Advanced Care Partners
Location: Port Saint Lucie
Posted on: January 11, 2022

Job Description:

Overview:Do you want to be a part of a company that is committed to hiring great caregivers to take excellent care of our patients in a vibrant and stimulating PPEC setting?Advanced Care Pediatrics specializes in servicing medically fragile children, so we are looking for Registered Nurses (RN)s to care for them!Specific hours of operation are6:30A-6:30P M-F, and 8A-4P on Saturdays. We are closed on Sundays and most major holidays.If you are not an LPN or RN but know someone who is an LPN or RN in the Port St. Lucie area, send us their info! You could get $300 if any of them work!Benefits:Continuous TrainingSupervisory supportBi-Weekly PayPaid- Time OffResponsibilities:Your typical dayProvide three-on-one patient careAdminister medication, take vitalsAssist our patients with daily care, such as grooming and toiletingProvide emotional support to our patients and their familiesWork with physicians to ensure that proper treatment is always administeredObserve symptoms and report to the physiciansProvide First Aid and CPR when necessaryObserve our patients for changes in healthEnsure safety of our patients: work as a nurse advocate to safeguard our patient's rightsProvide recreation and diversion to patients under our care, have fun with them!Record and document medical findings, symptoms, and observationsAct as consultant for our patient's welfareQualifications:RN licensure in Florida or Compact LicensureCurrent CPR CardDon't forget to check us out on IG: @AdvancedCarePediatrics#INDFL

Keywords: Advanced Care Partners, Port St. Lucie , Registered Nurse (RN), Healthcare , Port Saint Lucie, Florida

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