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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Certified RN Anesthetist.
In this role, the successful candidate Responsible for administering anesthesia under the supervision of the Attending Anesthesiologist, administering local, inhalation, intravenous and other anesthetics prescribed during surgery, deliveries or other medical procedures. Institutes resuscitative procedures throughout the hospital, including the recovery room and is available at all times while on duty.
Attendance and Additional Performance Standards-Components of Responsibility-Attends departmental conferences (minimum 70% Wednesday conferences ) Pursues individual education. Demonstrates reliability by maintaining a good attendance/punctuality record. Adheres to departmental guidelines regarding use of and proper notification in connection with time off. Adheres to Employee Health requirements for an annual health assessment, including TB screening and proof of all required immunizations.Wears identification badge at all times while at the Medical Center.
Provides Competent Post Anesthetic Management-Components of Responsibility- Verifying with the PACU RN the patients first and last name on the ID bracelet. Maintains patient airway. Shows attentiveness to physiological needs. Provides full report to recovery person. Completes all records. Evaluates and resolves patient pain status. Ensures all medication and syringes are properly disposed of. Takes care of equipment
Demonstrates professional competence in managing anesthetic-Components of Responsibility- Appropriate airway management. Exhibits safe and comfortable technical ability. Recognizes problems and takes appropriate corrective action (including seeking consultation). Demonstrates good judgment in emergency situation. Assimilates scientific evidence to evaluate and improve patient care. Aware of surgical events taking place. Keeps accurate record of pertinent information. Adapts with composure to changing situations. Coordinates with appropriate health care providers.
Appropriately prepares anesthetic management-Components of Responsibility- Plan of care is developed in systematic manner based upon assessment, interpretation and anticipated procedure. Recognizes patient difficulties. Communicates information clearly and logically with Attending. Displays knowledge of current anesthetic principles in selecting anesthetic techniques.
Appropriately prepares for case management -Components of Responsibility- Assembles all essential equipment in an orderly manner. Has equipment ready and in working condition to safely administer anesthesia. Demonstrates knowledge of anticipated needs. Uses universal safety precautions. Label and properly store syringes.
Performs complete pre-anesthetic assessment. Components of Responsibility- Includes significant laboratory data. Includes important aspects of patient history and physical. Aware of and fully comprehends history, physical, and laboratory data. Establishes good rapport with patients. Anticipates needs and possible problems Takes initiative and functions independently. Review ID upon receiving patient, name and DOB. Respects patients rights.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Current NYS RN License, CRNA Certification or GRNA certificate with letter qualifying to sit for the national boards..
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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