ED Nurse

Experienced ED Nurses are needed as Maryland hospital looks to double the size and scope of its Emergency Room.


This 300-bed hospital is minutes away from Washington DC and plays an important role in a growing healthcare system.


The brand new ED is a huge part of the growing hospital’s $110 million expansion project. Currently the ED has 110 FTEs and annual patient volume of 75,000 with 35 beds but will expanding. The ED is directed by a renowned Nurse leader known for mentoring and supporting evidence based practice and continued professional development.


The ED has a history of excellent wait times and high patient satisfaction. Their patient volume includes a high number of stroke and cardiac patients. Nurses will have the opportunity to join and or lead numerous committees and the hospital prides itself on promoting from within. Many new medical innovations are being implemented, and there’s an air of exhilaration at the possibilities for an amazing future.


ED RNs will assess patients’ need plans and implement treatment as well as observe/evaluate patients’ progress and document all pertinent observations strong interpersonal, communication and analytical skills along with the ability to assess and develop solutions to clinical situations are crucial.


This beautiful hospital is located just a short drive from Washington DC, in a region that is home to countless indoor and outdoor activities to satisfy any type of resident. The location prides itself on scenic state parks and hiking trails, fine dining spots, upscale shopping plazas, music and art festivals, and sporting events.


This hospital is prepared to move quickly with interviews and will offer a very generous compensation package and a full array of benefits. Do not miss this opportunity. Apply today!


Nurse Emergency Department, Nurse Emergency Services, Emergency Room Nurse, Emergency Services RN, ED RN, ER RN, Trauma RN, TNCC, CEN,


 


 



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