RN Registered Nurse - Transition to Acute Care Training Program - PCU
Location: Advent Health Daytona Beach – 301 Memorial Pkwy, Daytona Beach FL 32117
AdventHealth’s Transition to Acute Care Training Program (TTAC) is for the Experienced RN who is interested in transitioning into an Acute Care Unit (PCU) from another specialty. This 10-16 week program incorporates comprehensive body systems modules including anatomy and physiology, various body systems conditions, diagnostics, nursing care and treatment. This online approach provides the basic didactic critical care content with educational activities that is reinforced in clinical experience with a preceptor.
Full-time paid internship and nursing position
Blended didactic and precepted clinicals
Shift flexibility desired as shifts are not guaranteed
Candidates that receive job offers by the acceptance deadline (below) are able to start in any of the program dates that follow. Below shows our remaining program dates for 2022.
Acceptance Deadlines and Start Dates:
July 20, 2022
October 12, 2022
August 8, 2022
October 31, 2022
All the benefits and perks you need for you and your family:
Benefits & Paid Days Off from Day One
Student Loan Repayment Program
Debt-free Education* (Certifications and Degrees without out-of-pocket tuition expense)
* Nursing specific benefits and perks
Work Hours/Shifts: Full-time, Days (7 am – 7 pm) or Nights (7 pm – 7 am) Available
The community you’ll be caring for: Daytona Beach is famous for Bike Week, NASCAR, and its 23 miles of hard-packed white sand, but there is a lot more to the area than that. Whether your ideal week includes shopping and dining along the riverfront area, playing laser tag and go-karting with the family, or hiking and camping in the nearby state forests, you can find the pace of life you’re looking for. The area also has a vibrant arts community and seven quality colleges and universities, including Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
The role you’ll contribute:
The Registered Nurse uses nursing skills of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation in their patient care delivery. Primary function is the delivery of competent, compassionate, and cost-effective nursing care. To utilize the nursing process in the direction and administration of the medical and nursing plan of care. This performance is in compliance with established policies, procedures and protocols under the supervision of the Nurse Manager, Director, Vice President of Clinical Services, and or designee.
What Will You Need:
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
Associate of Science degree in Nursing.
Current AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
Bachelors’ degree in Nursing (BSN)
The value you’ll bring to the team:
Demonstrates effective assessment skills to ensure quality patient care is provided.
Performs and documents accurate initial assessment per unit standard which may include:initial observation, obtaining and interpreting information in terms of the patients' needs, safety, discharge planning, psych/social/cultural, family needs, multi-system physical assessment, patient/family level of knowledge and readiness to learn about disease process and care requirements. Reports appropriate information in a timely manner to responsible physician.
Observes and monitors patient lab work for trends and reports abnormal lab tests to the appropriate physician and obtains appropriate interventions.
Utilizes clinical data to implement appropriate interventions.
Performs and documents ongoing patient assessment which accurately reflects patients' physical and mental status ranging from child to geriatric according to unit standards and patient condition.
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