Registered nurses work with doctors and other multidisciplinary team members to promote and restore patients’ health. They also finish the nursing process and the patients’ plans of care, provide physical, emotional, and spiritual support to patients and their families, and supervise designated team members. The registered nurse’s supervision is controlled by the charge nurses and nurse managers. The exact roles and responsibilities may vary based on the unit or department allocated.
- Give care that supports the objectives of the nursing service and patient care and is compatible with the hospital’s accountabilities, standards of practice, and nursing service.
- Use the SHARE principles to deliver patient-centered nursing care and boost patient satisfaction.
- Create a compassionate environment by offering patients and their families assistance with their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
- By clearly expressing information, quickly responding to inquiries, developing rapport, and taking part in team problem-solving techniques, maintain a collaborative connection between healthcare teams.
- Recent experience of at least two (2) years in a tertiary hospital setting (at least 100 beds)
- The candidate must possess a U.S. nursing license or have passed the RN NCLEX Exam
- IELTS Academic Score of 6.5 overall/7 in speaking (OR) TOEFLiBt Academic Score of 89 Overall, (OR) OET (OR), and a Speaking score of 26. Exempt from consideration for a visa sponsorship by CGFNS Visa Screen Certificate
- Certification in BLS (Basic Life Support) and ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) as required by the unit (recommended by the American Heart Association)
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Have basic computer competencies