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Detroit, MI
Cardiac Rehab Nurse
Detroit, MI
Bernier, Torp and Hane
Detroit, MI
Cardiac Rehab Nurse
  • Prepares individualized exercise prescriptions and makes adjustments when necessary
  • Works collaboratively with other staff members to develop, implement, and evaluate plans of care
  • Develops/updates cardiac lesson plans and teaching aids
  • Provides education and counseling to patients and families
  • Coordinates patient’s enrollment in program
  • Demonstrates/instructs activities and self-monitoring techniques to patients
  • Maintains complete and confidential patient records and program documentation
Dallas, TX
Neuro Cardiac Nurse Coordinator
Dallas, TX
Morissette Group
Dallas, TX
Neuro Cardiac Nurse Coordinator
  • Ongoing education of families regarding neurodevelopmental issues, as well as, the underlying CHD
  • CPR: Healthcare Provider
  • Attend Interdisciplinary Care Rounds and organize/attend Formal Developmental Care Rounds
  • Daily walk rounds through inpatient areas identifying infants & children with CHD risk for neurodevelopmental disabilities. Meeting families & assuring consultations take place & follow-up
  • Responsible for the development of program structure, protocols and guidelines both inpatient and outpatient
  • Involved in the development of program structure, protocols and guidelines for both inpatient and outpatient for the program
  • Assure complete and comprehensive communication of findings to patient’s care team and family post clinic visits
present
Dallas, TX
Cardiac Outpatient Clinical Services Nurse Manager
Dallas, TX
Nitzsche, Veum and Anderson
present
Dallas, TX
Cardiac Outpatient Clinical Services Nurse Manager
present
  • Works in collaboration with medical staff in performing research and publications
  • Interprets and enforces hospital and departmental policies; provides information for standards review and revision
  • Attendance at and participation in relevant clinical divisional/departmental activities to ensure routine administrative procedures are followed
  • Supervises coordination of equipment and supply purchase within the Outpatient Clinic. Negotiates equipment and supply pricing. Responsible for the economical utilization and maintenance of equipment and supplies
  • Collaborates with patient care team to monitor, evaluate and improve the patient care delivery system to increase customer satisfaction and clinic productivity. Assumes responsibilities for the clinic quality assurance program; initiates changes in delivery of care in accordance with results of QA monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of the change process. Assists in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of policies, procedures and new services
  • Has knowledge of hospital and department regulations, procedures and policies
  • Supports unit-based educational programs
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Michigan State University
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Skills Skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong clinical skills and knowledge
  • Able to mutlitask efficienlty and effectively
  • Highly organized
  • Ability to multitask
  • Strong IV skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
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13 Cardiac Nurse resume templates

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Cardiac Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2+ years of experience within a Cardiology, Telemetry, and/or Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • Current BLS and ACLS certification
  • Understanding of Cardiovascular disease, drugs, and treatments
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Cardiac Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current license to practice as a RN in the State of Delaware
  • One year cardiac experience is strongly preferred
  • Previous Home Care experience is a plus
  • Excellent assessment and organizational skills required
3

Cardiac Care Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Valid New York State Registered Nurse license
  • 1+ year of experience in a medical-surgical environment
  • Familiar with hospital policies and procedures and knows where to access them if needed
  • Knowledgeable about medications including purpose, side effects, and contraindications
  • Familiar with regulatory requirements and best practice and complies with both in the delivery of care
4

Nurse Clinician, Cardiac Valve Program Resume Examples & Samples

  • Patients are assessed properly
  • Assess learning readiness & provide discharge teaching
  • Update/establish patient problem list in EMR
  • Assists with daily clinic to including: rooming patients, completing labs requests, scheduling procedures, providing patient education, entering information in the EMR and completing EKG’s as needed
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Registeresd Nurse Cardiac Special Care-nights Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demon states knowledge of human growth and development, assessment, range of treatment, and care of patients appropriate to the ages of patients served as per Scope of Service
  • Promotes customer service initiatives
  • Current Licensure by Tennessee Board of Nursing
  • ACLS certification (within the first 9 months of hire.)
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Nurse, Cardiac Psychiatry Research Program Resume Examples & Samples

  • Screening for and diagnosing psychiatric illness (depression, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder) using structured questionnaires and interviews
  • Monitoring psychiatric and cardiac symptoms using validated questionnaires (e.g., the Patient Health Questionnaire-9)
  • Recruiting participants hospitalized following an acute cardiac event (e.g., myocardial infarction, heart failure exacerbation)
  • Interacting with study participants in person and by phone. These interactions may include monitoring psychiatric and cardiac symptoms, setting health behavior goals, performing psychotherapy (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy), monitoring for side effects of medications, and creating plans to address ongoing health concerns
  • Interacting with study psychiatrists, cardiologists, psychologists, and primary care physicians to develop tailored treatment plans and coordinate care of psychiatric and cardiac illness
  • Attending study team meetings to discuss ongoing study-related issues. This includes providing feedback about the study protocol and collaborating on any necessary protocol changes if needed
  • Assisting with the preparation and submission of abstracts, poster presentations, and manuscripts
  • Careful attention to details
  • Ability to work well with a wide range of interpersonal styles
  • Clinical and/or research experience is strongly preferred but not required
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Cardiac Rehab Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates patient’s enrollment in program
  • Preforms medical record review, admission interview, cardiovascular assessment and program orientation
  • Prepares individualized exercise prescriptions and makes adjustments when necessary
  • Oversees/conducts monitored exercise sessions based on identified health needs
  • Demonstrates/instructs activities and self-monitoring techniques to patients
  • Assesses patient’s clinical response to exercise therapy and makes appropriate adjustments in treatment plan when indicated
  • Identifies manifestations of cardiovascular disease, risk factors, and lifestyle modification needs
  • Provides education and counseling to patients and families
  • Develops/updates cardiac lesson plans and teaching aids
  • Maintains complete and confidential patient records and program documentation
  • Works collaboratively with other staff members to develop, implement, and evaluate plans of care
  • Conducts discharge planning based on identified health needs
  • Complies with all departmental policies, procedures and protocols to assure patient efficacy
  • Maintains required credentials of BCLS, ACLS and mandatory inservice education
  • Checks and maintains emergency equipment according to departmental policy
  • Acts as resource person for participants and staff
  • Attends departmental staff meetings and care conferences as required
  • Is responsible for performance of all functions listed and accountable for care provided
  • Performs other related duties as required
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing required; Master’s degree in Nursing preferred
  • Minimum of one year recent experience in cardiac rehabilitation, cardiovascular nursing and/or training in cardiac rehabilitation
  • Previous experience in critical/coronary care preferred
  • BLS and ACLS certification required
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Registry Cardiac Catheterization Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • This position requires travel to Presence Mercy Hospital in Aurora and Presence St. Joseph Hospital in Elgin**
  • Admits, recovers, and discharges patients from the Cardiac Cath/IR/EP Laboratories. Provides follow-up
  • Provides direct patient care, evaluates outcomes, consults with other health team members as required and adjusts nursing care processes as indicated to ensure optimal patient care
  • Performs a head-to-toe assessment on all patients and reassesses as per policy including adolescent, adult and geriatric patients and the general patient population
  • Assesses and reassesses pain. Utilizes appropriate pain management techniques. Educates the patient and family regarding pain management
9

Cardiac Cath Nurse Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current license to practice professional nursing in the state of Texas
  • Bachelor's Degree preferred. If applicant currently has an ADN, they must be enrolled in BSN program within one year of accepting position and obtain a BSN within 3 years
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in cardiac catheterization is required
  • PALS and ACLS (must obtain within one year of employment)
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Cardiac Nurse Navigator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Registered Nurse currently licensed in the state of Oregon
  • 3-5 years of cardiovascular experience
  • Current Oregon driver's license
  • Bachelors degree or higher
  • Experience with cardiac surgery inpatient care
  • Extensive heart failure experience strongly preferred
11

Clinical Nurse, Cardiac Stepdown Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current license in the state of Georgia as a Registered Nurse
  • BLS certification required within 30 days of hire
  • Graduation from an approved Diploma or Associate’s Degree program
  • Bachelor’s Degree is preferred
  • Previous Pediatric experience preferred
  • Must be able to successfully pass the Basic Windows Skills Assessment at 80% or higher rating within 30 days of date of hire
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Cardiac Outpatient Clinical Services Nurse Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides registered nurse services in the Cardiac Center's Outpatient Clinic under the direction of the Chief of Cardiology and Director of Clinical Operations. Provides age- and developmentally appropriate care to infants, children and adolescents. Provides clinical assistance to cardiologists. Responds to and provides direction during crises and emergency situations. Assumes responsibility for the coordination and integration of interdepartmental and intradepartmental services
  • Provides leadership and direction to patient care team members in accordance with organizational goals. Responsible for the patient care delivered by other clinical staff assigned to the Cardiac Center’s Outpatient Clinics at AIDHC and cardiac-specific satellite offices (in NJ and DE) and for providing advice and guidance to other health care providers. Maintains clinical skills to provide coverage to staff during times of short staffing. Reconciles ECG and other studies done to charges entered into Epic. Maintains accurate patient logs and databases
  • Makes sound decisions, implements strategies and evaluates outcomes. Provides management and leadership of other patient care units within the Cardiac Center, when necessary. Acts as a change agent. Supports attendance at continuing education programs/seminars within budgetary constraints
  • Supervises coordination of equipment and supply purchase within the Outpatient Clinic. Negotiates equipment and supply pricing. Responsible for the economical utilization and maintenance of equipment and supplies
  • Ensures the continuous assessment and improvement of quality patient care. Ensures the safety of patients and employees by providing sufficient training on all equipment and procedures and maintaining clinical proficiency of all clinic staff. Participates in departmental and hospital programs for quality assessment and improvement, and works with department management to improve the services provided. Responsible for new and ongoing quality improvement projects and metrics-reports data and for analyzing and planning for improvements. Membership required on Cardiac Care Committee
  • Assists in the budgeting process and cost accounting procedures for the Cardiac Center’s outpatient practice. Ensures patient-focused unit(s) deliver quality services within budgetary guidelines. Works with staff to coordinate care with health care providers of all disciplines to achieve patient care goals. Assesses and evaluates patient care needs, personnel needs and departmental needs to increase productivity of the unit. Provides leadership and direction for interviewing and selection of patient care team members. Prepares and conducts employee performance after probationary period and annually. Responsible for guidance and counseling of employee work performance
  • Plans Cardiac Center's Outpatient Clinic schedule to provide adequate coverage in support of clinic operations and physician needs. Enters clinic staffs' time into Kronos. Ensures proper payroll practices are adhered to at all times
  • Interprets and enforces hospital and departmental policies; provides information for standards review and revision
  • Develops, supports and facilitates hospital direction and goals. Contributes to professional growth and development of patient care team by identifying educational resources and opportunities with regard to clinic services to patients. Applies supervisory skills in a fair, consistent and objective manner
  • Collaborates with patient care team to monitor, evaluate and improve the patient care delivery system to increase customer satisfaction and clinic productivity. Assumes responsibilities for the clinic quality assurance program; initiates changes in delivery of care in accordance with results of QA monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of the change process. Assists in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of policies, procedures and new services
  • Some travel may be required to various satellite offices in the tristate area
  • Supports unit-based educational programs
  • Has knowledge of hospital and department regulations, procedures and policies
  • Works in collaboration with medical staff in performing research and publications
  • Attendance at and participation in relevant clinical divisional/departmental activities to ensure routine administrative procedures are followed
  • Thinks proactively, makes decisions
  • Works with team; nurtured team approach
  • Willingness to accept change and act as a change agent
  • Ability and comfort with answering customer’s clinical questions
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Neuro Cardiac Nurse Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the development of program structure, protocols and guidelines both inpatient and outpatient
  • Responsible for pre-clinic review of upcoming patients prior to clinic
  • Responsible for the organization and coordination of Clinic throughput
  • Ongoing education of families regarding neurodevelopmental issues, as well as, the underlying CHD
  • Assure complete and comprehensive communication of findings to patient’s care team and family post clinic visits
  • Follow-up on test results and take action accordingly
  • Serve as front line clinical resource for enrolled patients from MCH within the 5 county regions, as well as, outside the region
  • Monthly review and supervision of NCDC database, production of quarterly reports (Redcap)
  • Daily walk rounds through inpatient areas identifying infants & children with CHD risk for neurodevelopmental disabilities. Meeting families & assuring consultations take place & follow-up
  • Improve issues related to CHD and modifiable risk factors for which interventions can improve outcomes
  • Attend Interdisciplinary Care Rounds and organize/attend Formal Developmental Care Rounds
  • Master’s degree preferred
  • Involved in the development of program structure, protocols and guidelines for both inpatient and outpatient for the program
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both verbally and in writing
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred
  • Additional training and/or experience in infant and or child development preferred
  • Program development and/or coordination experience preferred
  • Able to teach specialized skills for specific specialty area
  • Well versed in conflict management skills
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Cardiac Clinical Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Previous Cath Lab experince is required
  • Previous Critical Care experience is required
  • Engages in ethical practices utilizing principles from The Code of Ethics for Nurses