We are driven by our mission: “to improve the health status of the community and promote medical education”. As an RN with the Central Valley’s largest private employer and located at our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery outpatient clinic -- the average day is anything but average and you will actively feel and see how your role directly impacts our mission. Here you will be part of an exciting environment that is fast-paced and always seeing new procedures.
By joining our team, you will gain extensive experience with various head and facial procedures and increase your skillset within this well-established specialty.
We can offer you challenges to professionally grow AND the resources to succeed. If you are seeking a career that matches your passion for helping people and being a leader in your field, then continue reading below!
Your Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Career at Community | Opportunity. Challenge. Growth.
From performing basic tooth extractions to treating trauma and head and neck cancer/malignancies -- we deliver the excellent care our patients need. RNs at our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery outpatient clinic have the skills necessary to lead and care for the well-being of our community.
We are looking for skilled nurses to take on challenging work with a specialized team in 8-hour shifts. Our outpatient clinic sees a lot of adolescents ranging from young children to teens-- this is the biggest age group for sedations. Your role here would include monitoring the patient throughout the sedation and recovery process for all in-office oral surgery procedures.
In addition, some of your key responsibilities would include but are not limited to:
• Collecting and prioritizing data in a systemic and ongoing process, based on the patient’s immediate or anticipated needs.
• Applying appropriate nursing interventions, such as identifying and clarifying patient needs, performing procedures, conducting health education, promoting patient advocacy, evaluating patient outcomes.
• Facilitating the continuity of care for the patient.
• Using appropriate evidence-based assessment techniques in collecting and analyzing data.
• Managing Initial discharges and patient assessments
Necessary skills for this role include:
• Proactive decision-making skills
• Extreme service focus and willingness to be helpful
• A kind and self-motivating attitude
• Excellent communication & problem solving skills
• Desire to work closely with skilled residents and other team members
Experience and education minimum requirements:
• Graduate of an accredited registered nursing program
• Consistent demonstration of novice/advanced beginner clinical nursing practice proficiency.
• Bachelors of Science (BS) in nursing.
License and certification minimum requirements:
• Current RN license for the state of California
• Current BLS certification
Certifications needed within 6 months of hire or transfer into the position:
• Adult Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification
• Fetal monitoring certification
• Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) certification
• Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification
Contact Recruiter Whitney Avina today at WAvina@communitymedical.org or Text at 559-244-9229.
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