registered nurse - operating room
provides professional nursing services to accomplish the individual patient plan of care; independently and consistently using the nursing process to safely, therapeutically, and efficiently care for a full assignment of patients with subtle and sometimes unidentified needs. develop a plan of care that prescribes intervnetions to attain the expceted outcomes, identify expected outcomes individualized to the patient,
the functions of the regitsered nusre are to independently and consistently use nurisng knowledge, and evaluate the patient’s progress toward attainment of the outcomes, implement the interventions identified in the plan of care, analyze the data to determine diagnoses, collect patient health data, working collaboratively with the healthcare team.
interacts with and contributes to the professional development of peers and others practicing in a shared governance model of nurisng practice.all otehr rns will be hired as a rn ii.
directs the day to day activities of lpns, nas and psas.
preferred certifciation qualifciation
national certification is preferred.
miinmum education qualification
a bachelor\'s degree in nursing.anatomy,
knolwedge of healthcare terminology, physiology and concepts of disease. anmc is not a laetx free envirnoment.
the following duites are intended to proivde a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities and are not intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification.dignity, and care is delivered in a nonjudgmental and nondiscriminatory manner that is sensitive to patient diversity preserving patient autonomy,
makes decisions and takes actions on behalf of pateints are determined in an ethical manner, and rights. must have participated in 30 hours every 2 years continuing education in nursing in general, 16 of which are in the specific area of practice.techniques, and procedures for the care of patients,
knolwedge and skills
knowledge of nursing science, principles.or training may be substituted for education, experience, education, equivalent knowledge. incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.
considers factors related to safety, and assists the patient and family in identifying and securing appropriate and available services to address health-related needs, evidence baesd-practice, and cost in planning & delivering patient care, effectiveness. current bls card.
sikll in critical thinking to provide effective and compassionate nursing care, assessing patient situations and taking effective cousres of aciton.
perofrms other duties as assgined.
skill in provdiing cardioplumonary resusctiation. anmc is not a laetx free environment therfeore some latex expsoure can be expected.and evalutaions, interventions,
perofrms nursing assesmsents.
minimum certification qualification
current registered nurse licnese in the sttae of alsaka.
knowledge of nursing theoirsts and abiilty to provide thoery based care for patients.
knowledge and abiilty to utilize evidence based practice to develop the plan of care and interventions.
delivers timely and effective nursing care according to established standards including physical, social and emotional care.
specific experience may be required for each work area.supports the operations of the alaska native medical center and programs.
knowledge of the hospital environment and how the services and functions interact.
skill in operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of software applications.us,
age specific requirements
provides care to the following age groups: all
knowledge of alaskan culture.
evaluates one’s own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and relevant statutes and regulations, identifying short and long term professional goals.
skill in providing effective nursing services, assessing patient situations and taking effective courses of action. must be licensed as a rn by the state of alaska and remain active with all annual licensing requirements.
skill in evaluating health problems, and making recommendations based on observations. etc card as required for specific work area, pals, nrp, current acls, tncc. must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
knowledge of shared governance environment with shared-decision making. some non-standard work hours are required.
additional minimum requirements
work involves the potential for exposure to infectious diseases.
utilizes the ana scope and standards of practice and the code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements as the foundation for nursing practice.families,
skill in assessing and prioritizing multiple requests by patients, and team members.some latex exposure can be expected, therefore.
minimum physical requirements
the following demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. all nurses hired as new graduates are hired as a rn i. a basic competency requirement for continued employment at anthc is the advancement on the anthc clinical ladder from an rn i to an rn ii; this must be accomplished within 18 months of hire. family, as well as in decisions related to care and the delivery of services, and other health care providers in the formation of overall goals and the plan of care,
collaborates with the patient.