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ED Nurses, or Emergency Department Nurses, provide care for patients who are suffering from illnesses that require emergency attention. Duties shown on sample resumes of ED Nurses include triaging and initiating the initial care and assessment of patients with life-threatening injuries, and determining patients' medical needs independently or in consultation with physicians. Employers seek out candidates who, in addition to an RN degree, have also become certified in the field of ER nursing and who can reflect same on their resumes.

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ED Nurse Tech

Triage reception and hourly vital signs throughout the emergency room visit.

  • Assisted patients in ambulating, holding/feeding, and attending children
  • Charting hourly rounding, vital signs, and assessment details of patient care
  • Patient discharge instructions on medications, follow-up visits, and referrals upon dismissal from the ER.
  • Venipunctures, nasal swabs for Pertussis, Flu and RSV, urine collection, rapid strep swabbing and screening.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BA
Nursing
BA
Biology
12

Registered Nurse/emergency Room

Maintain accurate, detailed reports and records.

  • Record patients' medical information and vital signs.
  • Order, interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's condition.
  • Direct and supervise less skilled nursing or health care personnel or supervise a particular unit.
  • Prepare patients for, and assist with, examinations and treatments.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
13

LPN ED Nurse

Observe and monitor patients. Document observations, implementation and evaluation of data in the EMR using objective data, interventions and response.

  • Start IV catheters with great success rate, draw labs, and implement medication administration including IV antibiotics, fluids, PO. Wound care.
  • Contribute to plan of care, implement care based on interventions identified in care plan and physician orders, delegate tasks to non-licensed personnel as necessary. Promote continuity of care, report condition of patient, including signs and symptoms indicative of change in patient's condition to registered nurse and/or physician in a timely manner.
  • Discharge planning and teaching provided to patients. Preceptor to EMT, paramedic and nursing students.
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
C
Nursing
Associate Degree
Nursing
14

ED Nurse Manager and Hospital Flow Coordinator

Manage the overall patient flow and bed assignments within the [company name] (admissions, discharges, & transfers).

  • Plan, organize, lead, implement, and evaluate the quality of nursing care on all patients within the ED. Analyze problems in the delivery of patient care, develop corrective actions to expedite care.
  • Monitor hospital resources and determine when conditions in the ED reflect the need to place the facility on diversion status and communicate with the ED Attending, ED Nurse Manager and Hospital Flow Coordinator to ensure the optimal care of the veteran.
  • Demonstrates competence in management and utilization of the nursing process, interpersonal skills, resource utilization, sound decision-making, and functions with high degree of self-direction.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
BA
Science Nursing / Master Science Nursing
Msn

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