Registered Nurse Flow Coordinator - Emergency Room
Full Time, 72 Hours Per Pay Period, Night Shift
At Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center we strive to provide outstanding patient care during emergent situations. The brand new State of the Art Emergency Department at our hospital consists of 50 beds for providing such care. Staff in our emergency department work in a very fast paced environment to quickly assess conditions and stabilize patients in life-threatening emergencies such as strokes, heart attacks or severe injuries as well as less urgent medical issues.
Fort Sanders Regional has the longest running comprehensive stroke certification in the region, meaning that our ED is trusted to care for a large portion of the areas stoke patients.
We use a innovative care model to drive ED flow that consists of RNs, LPNs, CNA/PCAs, and HUCs. Our Physician partners work very closely with the care team to provide exceptional service, for not only the patient, but also the team. The patients we care for typically have medical emergencies and acute care illnesses with occasional trauma. We are team oriented and work at a lively pace. Customer satisfaction is a high priority.
If you are passionate about saving lives and caring for the members of your community, apply for our ED today!
Facilitates safe and efficient patient flow through the ED. He/she will assist the charge nurse in delegating care to the ED patient care staff and assigning patients, ensuring that there is a balanced workload and tasks are delegated appropriately, utilizing and employing resources as needed to assure the quality and efficiency of patient care. Ensures the delivery of high quality patient care through the coordination of customer service and management of the ED. This position acts as a liaison to the ED medical staff, Hospitalist staff, ED Shift Leader, and House Supervisor to ensure that care can be delivered in an efficient and safe manner.
For more information on this position or others contact: Erica Young || firstname.lastname@example.org || 865-331-2572
None specified; however, must be sufficient to meet the standards for achievement of the below indicated license and/or certification as required by the issuing authority.
Minimum of three (3) years clinical nursing with a least one (1) year in emergency services in an acute care facility.
- ESI 5-Level Triage
Valid Tennessee RN license.
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