California Pacific Medical Center is one of the largest private, not-for-profit, academic medical centers in California and is a Sutter Health affiliate. As a tertiary referral center, the Medical Center provides a wide variety of services, including acute, post-acute and outpatient hospital care; home care and hospice services; preventive and complementary care and health education.
The Registered Nurse, following the scope and standards of professional nursing practice, provides comprehensive patient-family centered care addressing potential and actual health and illness problems for patients and families. A Registered Nurse, who, under the supervision of the Clinical and Administrative Nurse Managers/Director, has continual opportunity to exercise initiative and independent professional judgment, uses the nursing process to provide comprehensive patient centered nursing care for assigned patients; and as a primary member of a nursing care team, guides and monitors work of paraprofessional and other team members. This care is performed as a part of a customer focused, service oriented team that incorporates the values of California Pacific Medical Center’s Bill of Rights, Professional Scope and Standards of Practice and pertinent Specialty Standards into his or her nursing practice.
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing strongly preferred
Current license to practice in nursing in California
Certifications: BLS certification
Two (2) years of dialysis experience or one (1) year of Critical Care experience or one year of dialysis experience and two years of experience in the Medical/Surgical field required.