43 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY 12208
Department/Unit:Med/Surg ICU - D3N
Work Shift:Night (United States of America)
Join the Progressive Critical Care Unit at Albany Medical Center! Serving some of the most medically delicate and complex surgical patients in our Region. The AMC PCCU (D3N) is a 17 bed mixed medical and surgical adult ICU that provides specialized Progressive care to our community.
Nurses with med/surg, PCU, or community hospital ICU experience will find this fast paced, highly collaborative, diverse environment stimulating and rewarding. Critical thinking, multitasking, and care coordination are key components of managing this high acuity population successfully.
High caliber, high performing new graduate RNs interested in Critical Care will find this environment challenging and extremely diverse in the exposure one would gain during their initial 24 months as an RN.
You will be supported by a highly collaborative leadership team. You will be held accountable for, and supported in, ownership of your growth professional by partaking in the numerous educational and shared governance experiences that are made available to our team.
•Graduate of a professional academic nursing program in which a Diploma, Associate Degree or Baccalaureate Degree is conferred
•Must hold current NYS Registered Nurse license
•Obtains and maintains certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
•Excellent communication, prioritization, organizational and time-management skills. Ability to multitask physically and mentally.
•Possesses knowledge of quality concepts, principles, and problem-solving tools and techniques and demonstrates ability to apply in support of departmental and patient care quality improvement
Thank you for your interest in Albany Medical Center!
Albany Medical is an equal opportunity employer.
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Access to information is based on a “need to know” and is the minimum necessary to properly perform assigned duties. Use or disclosure shall not exceed the minimum amount of information needed to accomplish an intended purpose. Reasonable efforts, consistent with Albany Med Center policies and standards, shall be made to ensure that information is adequately protected from unauthorized access and modification.