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New Graduate Nurse Residency Cardiac Telemetry (All Shifts) Franklin Square Medical Center

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Healthcare
    Science
  • Baltimore

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  • You need an ADN, BSN, MSN, or CNL from an accredited School of Nursing, prior clinical nursing experience, an active MD RN License or Active Compact State RN, and Basic Life Support certification for Healthcare providers to join our New Graduate Nurse Residency in Cardiac Telemetry at Franklin Square Medical Center.
  • You will deliver proficient nursing care to patients with varying needs, analyze trends in patient status, and plan appropriate interventions directly or indirectly through other nurses.

Requirements

  • ADN, BSN, MSN, or CNL from an accredited School of Nursing required.
  • Prior Clinical Nursing Experience preferred.
  • Active MD RN License or Active Compact State RN and Basic Life Support for Healthcare providers required.

Responsibilities

  • As a Clinical Nurse you will deliver proficient nursing care to patients and families whose needs range from uncomplicated to highly complex. You will identify current and potential complex problems of specific patient populations and critically analyzes trends and changes in patient status and plans appropriate interventions directly or indirectly through other nurses.

FAQs

What is the patient capacity of the Cardiac Telemetry Unit at Franklin Square Medical Center?

The Cardiac Telemetry Unit at Franklin Square Medical Center accommodates 48 beds.

What are the shift options for new graduate nurses in this residency program?

New graduate nurses in the Cardiac Telemetry Unit residency program at Franklin Square Medical Center have the option of working 12-hour straight shifts, with flexibility in day or night positions.

How often are weekend shifts and on-call shifts required in the Cardiac Telemetry Unit?

New graduate nurses in the Cardiac Telemetry Unit are required to work four self-scheduled weekend shifts and one on-call shift every 6 weeks.

What is the focus of care in the Cardiac Telemetry Unit at Franklin Square Medical Center?

The Cardiac Telemetry Unit at Franklin Square Medical Center places a strong emphasis on cardiac care, contributing to the new cardiac program at the hospital.

Is there assistance provided for new graduate nurses to attain proficiency in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)?

Yes, assistance is provided to new graduate nurses in the Cardiac Telemetry Unit residency program to attain proficiency in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).

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MedStar Health is a not-for-profit health system dedicated to caring for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. MedStar’s 30,000 associates, 6,000 affiliated physicians, 10 hospitals, ambulatory care and urgent care centers, and the MedStar Health Research Institute are recognized regionally and nationally for excellence in medical care. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University, MedStar trains more than 1,100 medical residents annually. MedStar Health’s patient-first philosophy combines care, compassion and clinical excellence with an emphasis on customer service.