Registered Nurse Department of Corrections (DOC) ClinicBon Seocurs Hospital of BaltimorePrimary Function of PositionCompetent and Proficient Registered Nurse focused on expanding knowledge and skills. Demonstrates ability to care for a variety of increasingly complex patients. Develops professional growth and strives to improve patient outcomes
Employment QualificationsMust be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing.Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in the state of MarylandMust have a minimum of two full years of experience as a Registered Nurse.Must present a portfolio for practice validation prior to offer for hire if functioning at RN level at previous place of employment; Must have been practicing as RN II for a minimal of six (6)months.Maintains current ACLS/BLS certification. Capable of recognizing dysrhythmias and electrocardiogram interpretation. Additional certifications may be necessary for specialty areas.Must be able to complete extensive background check by Department of Corrections (State and Federal)Must competently perform the practice of professional nursing.Must be able to lift, push, and pull up to 50 pounds and perform all functions involved in safe patient handling.Must be able to perform all functions involved in CPR.
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