Registered Nurse - Urgent Care (Roseville) (Full Time)

Sutter Health Roseville, CA

The Registered Nurse in the Ambulatory Care setting manages the patient/family experience through utilization of critical thinking, teamwork, effective communication, and nursing judgment/knowledge/skills. May lead interdisciplinary case conferences in outpatient special care centers.

Principal Accountabilities

Community- Promotes a positive relationship between Sutter Health and the community.

Finance - Utilizes resources to deliver quality care in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective manner.

Growth-Actively manages patient/family plan of care to achieve optimal health goals for patient/family.

People-Coordinates the activities of the health care team in a professional manner according to the Standards of Excellence promoting a positive work environment.

Quality- Provides optimal care to patients' and family which is collaborative, evidence based and meets national/facility standards to achieve the best possible outcome.

Service - Cares for patient/family according to the Sutter Difference standards and activities ensuring the best patient/family experience.


Education, including Licensure/ Certification/ Registration:

Current licensure California RN or Interim Permitee; BLS -Health Care Provider; see attached for department and facility specific requirements. CDE required for Children's Outpatient Services/PENS Clinic. CCS paneling preferred for outpatient services; required within 6 months. For Trauma: Current certification of BLS, IV Therapy, ACLS, and TNCC required. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; BS preferred; required for California Children's Services (CCS) Special Care Centers.


Must have demonstrated knowledge of basic nursing skills and effective English written and communication skills.Knowledge of population-specific learning principles relative to patient teaching. For Trauma: In-depth knowledge of nursing process in assessment of physical and psychosocial needs of trauma patients through understanding of the pathophysiology of multi-system traumatic injuries, associated nursing diagnoses, and appropriate treatment modalities.


For Pediatrics: 2 yrs Clinical experience of which 1 year is in Pediatrics is required for CCS Paneling. Prior experience working in discharge planning and/or outpatient setting. For Trauma:Emergency or critical-care experience. Outpatient or clinic experience to include knowledge and use of available resources and systems.


Independently practices and prioritize multiple demands in a ever-changing environment. Good interpersonal, communication (both oral and written) and teamwork skills is required.