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Registered Nurse (Rn)

Company: Aveanna Healthcare
Location: Sterling Heights
Posted on: November 23, 2021

Job Description:

Our care is great
in a crisis At Aveanna, the largest pediatric home healthcare company, you can work with one patient in one home. It's simply a safer place to care. Meanwhile, your work as a Registered Nurse (RN) helps to keep our medically fragile patients out of the hospital so ER nurses can devote their efforts to COVID-19 patients. In other words, it's a job that matters now more than ever.

Caring In Action RN Responsibilities Include: Execution of physician's prescribed plan of care and compliant documentation of care in system of record.
Administration of prescribed medication, treatments, and therapies.
Patient assessments and coordination of care.
Health, promotion, teaching, and training of family members.

RN Requirements for Success Must have eligible good-standing license (RN) for the state in which the clinician will practice.
Current CPR certification
Must be comfortable providing in-home nursing care to infants, children, adolescents, and adults
Pediatrics experience is helpful, but not necessary. We offer exceptional training for all nurses.

Why More Nurses Are Saying YES to Aveanna Local/community cases allow us to match you to a case that's close to home
1-on-1 Personalized Care
24/7 clinical and operational support for direct clinical, plus scheduling assistance
Competitive Weekly Pay
State-of-the-art technology allowing electronic charting at point of care
Flexible shifts and scheduling (8, 12, or 16-hour shifts; days/nights/weekends available)
Full-time and salaried career opportunities

Keywords: Aveanna Healthcare, Detroit , Registered Nurse (Rn), Healthcare , Sterling Heights, Michigan

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