Performs patient preparation, including but not limited to: review of medical history, acquisition of appropriate consents, measuring vital signs, starting IV, administering medications, and setting up appropriate monitors.
Assists in relieving patient’s apprehension before and during administration of IV sedation or anesthesia.
Verifies that essential equipment is functioning properly each day.
Assesses and monitors patients before, after and throughout all phases of care, demonstrating competency with all monitoring equipment.
Transports and positions patients as needed.
Documents patient care records and other forms accurately following policies and procedures.
Transports and positions patients observing policies/procedures, safety requirements, and patient needs.
Maintains patient safety, and ensures a clean, orderly environment throughout the Center.
Performs the circulating nurse’s role/functions following approved operating/procedure room procedures to meet the requirements of scheduled procedures
Performs Conscious Sedation functions per state regulations and if applicable at the center upon completion of training and validation of competencies.
Assembles and provides properly functioning equipment, supplies, and instruments before start of procedure and positions and adjusts equipment as required during the procedure
Assists physicians in procedures.
Accurately comprehends and interprets verbal orders/directions.
Adheres to CDC Bodily Fluid precautions and infectious waste disposal according to policy.
Organizes time, equipment, supplies, and personnel to provide effective and efficient case management.
Delegates activities appropriate to the abilities of available staff members.
Conducts pre and post-procedure telephone interviews.
Performs other duties as requested or assigned.
Engages in various clerical and recordkeeping duties as needed.
Associates Degree in Nursing
Holds current RN license in the state of Hawaii.
Three years clinical experience in the peri-operative setting or procedure healthcare including demonstrated knowledge of aseptic technique, working with anesthetized patients, and other clinical situations found in procedural setting.
Medical Surgical or acute care required.
Endoscopy/GI experience preferred.
Current certification in BLS and ACLS
Must possess a working knowledge of the legal and regulatory environment impacting ASC’s, and the applicable standards of the AAAHC, and other regulatory bodies for ambulatory surgery centers.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with physicians and all medical professionals.
All workers in states which mandate COVID vaccinations and/or COVID testing must comply with the state regulations and Covenant's Coronavirus Policy and Procedure. In addition, the Company must comply with CMS Federal vaccine mandate.
Covenant Physician Partners is a growing physician services company, offering you the chance to be part of a mission-driven organization that’s advancing the field of healthcare.
With Covenant, you are part of something bigger. Company culture and associate engagement inspire our work. Our HEART values – Humility, Empathy, Accountability, Respect and Teamwork – encompass who and how we are as a company, reflecting our dedication to those we serve.
Together, we’re improving health. We recognize that the commitment from the talented group of professionals at our Nashville Service Center gives our physicians and providers the opportunity to focus on providing high-quality patient care. Our associates are truly the HEARTbeat of all that we do.
Covenant is the employer of choice for individuals who wish to pursue their passion of making healthcare better.
We offer competitive benefits to all full-time associates, including:
Health Savings Account/Flexible Spending Account
401 Retirement Plan + Company Match
Professional Development Opportunities
Paid Vacation & Holidays
Posted Date : 2022-04-21
Expiry Date : 2022-07-21
Job type : Part Time