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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Clinical Reporting Analyst - Holly Hill, Florida

Education, skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Math, Economics, Finance or similar field or equivalent experience required.
  • Previous experience in data analysis, compiling statistical and quantitative data for presentation preferred.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite applications – Excel, Access and Word.
  • Knowledge of Medicare coverage rules and regulations, medical service coding, and medical terminology a plus.
  • Must be detail oriented, well organized and possess excellent analytical and communication skills.
  • Must be able to work well and collaborate with others in a positive manner when under pressure.


  • Create and maintain assigned projects and reports. Develop documentation per departmental policies and procedures which will enable others to understand specifics of process flow. Coordinate approval by Supervisor to ensure validity of data and meet deadlines.
  • Apply logic and analytic skills to perform client analyses in response to specific business questions and able to communicate the findings, including methodology and estimated outcomes.
  • Develop data as needed for various departments to meet requirements using appropriate software tools.
  • Utilize internal management information system to obtain and analyze aggregate data for review purposes. Disseminate data reports in accordance with established timeframes at the direction of the Supervisor/Director of Medical Informatics to proper recipients.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Nurse Manager, Surgical Services - Hollywood, Florida

Job Summary

Directs and coordinates the administrative and clinical activities in the department.  Maintains responsibility for planning and managing patient care, departmental activities and personnel.  Provides leadership and direction in accordance with organizational goals and objectives.  Maintains responsibility and accountability for 24 hour per day management and periodic hospital supervision on weekends and holidays.  Demonstrates the ability to work with patients growth, development and psychosocial needs specific to each population being served.


  • Current Florida RN License Required.
  • Experience as an Assistant Nurse Manager or comparable Management/leadership role.  Excellent communication (oral & written) and interpersonal skills. Maintains professional competence through continuing education and learning experiences.
  • 3-5 year of experience in related clinical field; 1-2 years management/leadership experience preferred.
  • BLS required, PALS, NRP required for appropriate division. Certification in area of specialty preferred.

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Preparing Your Healthcare System for Ebola

Preparing Your Healthcare System for Ebola

Hospital executives* across the United States are invited to participate in a conference call with leaders from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on preparing healthcare systems to protect health and safety should an Ebola patient present at your facility.


Leaders from:  HHS Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

HHS Intergovernmental and External Affairs


When:             Oct. 20, 1-2 pm EDT

How:               Call: 888-395-7964; Participant passcode: 9622268


*Hospital emergency management directors and/or safety officers are welcome to participate with hospital executives.

HHS held a call on Oct. 9, Preparing Your Healthcare System for Ebola. An auto replay of the call is available for your reference.

Some of the documents referenced during the call on Oct. 9 include:

 In preparation for the call next week, HHS developed an Inquiry Form to submit questions. Please check the ASPR Ebola Webpage and CDC Ebola Webpage regularly for the most current information. State and local health departments with questions should contact the CDC Emergency Operations Center (by phone or email,


 Division of Health System Policy

Thomas P. O’Neill Federal Building

200 C Street SW, Washington, DC 20024



Rural Health Job Opportunity: Director, Surgical Services - Miami, Florida

Job Summary

The Director, Surgical Services is a key leadership position with oversight of all surgical services including Pre-Surgery, Pre-OP, PACU, the Pain Center, the Pediatric Procedure Room, the Operating Rooms and a staff of 300.

Specific areas of responsibility and attention will include the following:

- Develop, implement and maintain an organizational structure that is compliant with regulatory standards and provide safe, effective, and efficient care to patients.

- Manage central processing and inventory to maintain high levels of OR functionality and efficiency.

- Uphold and deliver standards of nursing care while maintaining positive relationships with hospital departments and medical staff.

- Master the ability to work with surgeons to creatively understand and fulfill their needs while reducing cost.

- Interpret and disseminate information on hospital wide policies and programs and other pertinent information to the appropriate individuals.

- Develop strong relationships with Research teams.

- Support the hospital Performance Improvement philosophies through governance, clinical, and managerial functions and participate as an active member of hospital committees.

- Recruit and retain qualified staff and promote professional growth by actively contributing to the development of employees through delegation, supervision and education.

- Ability to analyze, develop and execute: Surgical Services annual Business plan, quarterly volume reports, O.R. records, monthly statistics, patient charges, incident reports, personnel records and payroll records.

- Utilization of Pro-Driver to analyze cost per procedure by service line.

- Ability to take department through an extensive renovation of existing OR suites as part of an overall expansion to a 24 OR Suite to include intra-operative MRI. 


The ideal candidate will be broadly experienced in Operating Room leadership and business development. Key requirements include a Master's degree prepared Registered Nurse or willingness to obtain a master's degree with a minimum of 5 years OR leadership experience in a large OR setting. Experience in business development, budgeting, and performance improvement is essential.

Qualified candidates should submit their resume to:

Mark Prosperi

EVP, Managing Principal

Cejka Executive Search

4 City Place Dr., Ste. 300

St. Louis, MO 63141

Phone: 800-209-8143








Internal Number: MSP 154377

Rural Health Job Opportunity: Development Director, Major Gifts (3 Openings) - Miami, Florida

Job Summary

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Medical Development has three exciting opportunities for Development Director's, Major Gifts. The Development Director's, Major Gifts will work with the Associate Vice Presidents and Departmental Chairs to develop and implement key fundraising strategies for the School of Medicine relative to his/her specific areas of responsibility and assist with guiding the fundraising program. The Development Director's will identify prospective donors and funding sources, in conjunction with faculty and staff, and development cultivations and solicitation plans, involving the aforementioned groups and volunteers as appropriate. Assist donors, prospects and other select individuals with appointments, scheduling and other necessary facilitation through clinical encounters at UHealth.


Bachelor's degree and a minimum of (3)-three years of demonstrated successful experience in major gift fundraising and fundraising management, preferably in higher education or healthcare. A teamwork oriented approach to colleagues and proven ability to manage people in a positive and constructive environment are essential. Any appropriate combination of relevant education, experience and/or certifications may be considered.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Clinical Research Associate - Sunrise, Florida

Job Summary

The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) will support and monitor clinical research trials. The CRA will assist with site selection; conduct initiation, interim and study close out visits as well as in-house monitoring procedures. The CRA will be responsible for ensuring proper conduct and reporting of trials according to the sponsors SOP's, the protocol, ICH Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines, Federal/State regulations and any other regulatory requirements. The CRA will resolve data queries and be responsible for the collection and routing of safety data obtained from sites.


  • Must be able to work independently as well as in teams, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, have strong organizational skills and be detail oriented. 
  • A strong computer background is essential.
  • Bachelor's Degree in healthcare related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • RN or other allied medical profession licensure as well as clinical experience in a hospital or clinic setting for 5 years, preferred.Intensive care experience in a hospital setting for 5 years, highly desirable. 
  • Knowledge and/or experience working on clinical research studies, preferred.
  • Previous experience with electronic data collection system(s) and writing SOP's., preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and within teams.
  • Computer literacy including Microsoft Office.
  • Must be able to travel of up to 60%.

For detailed information regarding this opportunity and to apply on-line, visit: Job #14-2246.

Rural Health Job Opportunity: Vice President Human Resources - Tampa, Florida

Job Summary

The Vice President Human Resources offers an experienced human resources leader an exceptional opportunity to join the acclaimed Moffitt Cancer Center leadership team. This executive will be responsible for the strategic planning, management, and direction of all aspects of Human Resources with an HR Business Partner model serving the four key divisions of Hospital/Clinics, Research, Moffitt Medical Group and Administration. Responsibilities include creative workforce planning, recruitment/retention, employee relations, total rewards (salary/benefit plan) design and administration, employee health and wellness, volunteer & employee services, gift shop, salon, and the Moffitt Child Development Center.  


The successful candidate will demonstrate:

A track record of success and performance in aligning HR programs and initiatives with organization strategies and goals with a customer service focus.

A contemporary and innovative approach to leading HR programs in talent acquisition, retention and reward, and recognition at the staff, management, and executive levels that support exceptional team performance in a complex medical, business, academic, or research environment.

This individual will have a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources, or related field, professional certification at the SPHR level, or MS/MBA equivalent in related field, ten or more years of Human Resources experience, and a minimum of three years at the management or senior management level in an organization of similar or larger size and complexity.


Interested candidates, or those wishing to share referrals, contact Patricia McCollum, Recruiter, MSA Executive Search, at

Rural Health Job Opportunity: Manager, Talent Acquisition

Job Summary 

Baptist Health South Florida is the region's largest not-for-profit healthcare organization with more than 15,000 employees working across six hospital campuses and more than a score of outpatient facilities throughout Miami-Dade, Monroe and Broward counties. 

Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree; Master's in Business Administration, Human Resource Management or related area preferred. Five plus years of experience in a high-volume healthcare or corporate recruitment environment highly preferred. Ideal candidate must possess a high level of Strategic Agility, demonstrated success forging working relationships with Senior Leadership. Experience in employment brand development, pre-employment assessment and Selection Methodology, preferred. At least four years of hands-on managerial experience in high volume recruitment. 

In this position, the Manager will be responsible for:

  • Leading a Talent Acquisition team that produces excellent quality candidates aligned to the Baptist Health South Florida culture, mission and values for our corporate departments.
  • Leading the implementation of initiatives related to Talent Acquisition in high-volume clinical and non-clinical recruitment from Staff to AVP Level.
  • Developing and implementing strategic HR initiatives and projects.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Operations Manager - Miami, Florida

Job Summary

ELISA reagent manufacturer based in South Florida seeks an Operations Manager for its Miami facility. Quest International, a division of Awareness Technology, Inc., is a developer and manufacturer of in vitro diagnostic products, for the serology and immunology laboratory. Carrying a broad line of ELISA based testing products for infectious diseases, autoimmune and allergies, our extensive product line is sold through distributors and under private labeling arrangements.

Awareness Technology, Inc. offers a great benefits package which includes:

• BCBS PPO Health

• Reliance Standard-PPO Dental

• Company paid Group Life

• Discounted short term disability

• Humana Vision

• Company match 401k

• Paid time off & paid holidays

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity EmployeThe position requires a strong manufacturing and regulatory background including FDA/ISO experience with exceptional knowledge of emerging new diagnostic technologies

and familiarization with professional individuals and organizations in the diagnostic business.


Experience of at least five years in a manufacturing/product development environment with current ELISA assays. Bilingual skills preferred. English, Spanish

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Clinical Business Analyst - Tampa, Florida

Job Summary

Works collaboratively with various levels of clinical staff and Information Systems staff to clarify needs, prioritize requests, and recommend workflow enhancements. Responsible for evaluating and documenting clinical processes, including step actions and workflows to construct and enhance the clinical model of care.

Essential Functions

  • Acts as subject matter expert for an assigned work stream unit - Intake, UM, CM, DM, Reporting or Appeals.
  • Assists in the documentation and gathering of detailed requirements and workflow processes and analysis.
  • Reviews current workflow and lead recommendations and defines requirements to build processes and forms needed to support the business in the new system.
  • Recommends and implements software based on best practices.
  • Analyzes customer needs and identify system and procedural solutions to enhance the clinical practices.
  • Identifies opportunities to leverage technologies in areas that improve and promote the clinical agenda.
  • Performs gap analysis.Identifies needed process changes to ensure compliance with the use of technology to optimize care delivery processes and effectively communicate patient care activities.
  • Performs application testing and creates test scripts – SIT/UAT.
  • Develops and creates test plans for SIT and UAT.
  • Performs UAT Testing.
  • Works with IT to resolve update issues.
  • Communicates with Clinical Architect Leads to obtain sign-offs.
  • Ensures updates are tested and applied on a timely basis.Provides documentation and training as needed.
  • Ensures technology meets Compliance and Regulatory Requirements.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


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Rural Health Job Opportunity: RN, Risk Manager - St. Petersburg, Florida

Job Summary

As an organization rich in history, Bayfront Health St. Petersburg's commitment to the communities of West Central Florida spans over 100 years. Bayfront is Pinellas County’s only level II Trauma Center with specialty areas in cardiac care, neurosciences, obstetrics, gynecology, critical care, emergency care, rehabilitation, orthopedics, sports medicine, cancer care and surgery. With a focus on excellence, we strive to develop programs that help us fulfill our mission and vision to provide quality healthcare for all we serve. As we continue to develop leading practices that put patients and families first, we are seeking an experience: RN, Risk Manager

The position is responsible for assessing, implementing and managing the risk management of Bayfront Medical Center and its entities.

The Risk Manager will interact with team members at all levels to educate associates regarding their ability to control and minimize loss, as well as, identifying possible risk, ensure compliance and discover ways to improve areas. In addition, the Risk Manager will work and partner with claims management and legal counsel.



Candidate must have current FL RN license, A Bachelors degree, State of Florida Healthcare Risk Manager license and 5-10 years in an acute care setting and or a healthcare system are required.

If you share our passion for outstanding service, we encourage you to learn more about our organization, or apply online at:

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: RN Labor and Delivery - Miami Beach, Florida

Job Summary


($12,500 SIGN ON BONUS)

As Mount Sinai continues to grow, so does our legacy of caring.

Become part of the energy and join our team in Miami Beach. If you have 2 years experience as a Labor and Delivery RN please forward your resume for consideration. Full Time and Per Diem openings! Flexible shifts!

Mount Sinai provides expectant couples with a host of services and features. The medical center's labor and delivery rooms offer patients the comfort and advantage of remaining in one room for labor, delivery and recovery. The hospital also offers hypnobirthing, childbirth preparation classes, breastfeeding classes and infant CPR and safety courses.

We offer:

  • An excellent, team focused work environment with opportunity for professional growth
  • Competitive salary
  • Savings plan with company match
  • A variety of health, dental and vision plans
  • On-site child care, tuition reimbursement, and much more

2 years experience in Labor and Delivery Full Time and Per Diem openings! Flexible shifts!


NOTES: 3 openings.

Rural Health Job Opportunity: RN Emergency Department - St. Petersburg, Florida

Job Summary 

Number of Staff:  57
Skill Mix:  RNs, Paramedics, and Emergency Department Technicians
Special Certifications Needed:  ACLS, BLS, PALS (per the American Heart Association); NIH. TNCC and ENPC preferred.
Special Competencies/Skills Needed:  Past experience in an acute care emergency department setting caring for critically ill patients.
Schedules:  12-hour shifts (varied hours, 7-7, 9-9, 10-10,11-11);  Full Time is considered 36 hours per week, including every other weekend
Dress code:  Tasteful scrubs (individual provides their own)
Industrial Health/Workers' Compensation Program on site to provide post-accident care including drug screens & breathalyzer testing as necessary
Complete computerized charting which includes "Electronic Health Record", for patient assessment and care documentation through "charting by exception"; "Physician's Order Entry", and "Electronic Medication Administration Record", "eMAR" is used for the delivery of all medications provided to patients.
STEMI-receiving facility (currently exceeding national average)
Stroke-receiving facility with the ability to administer thrombolytic therapy in the ED to directly improve patient outcomes

At HCA West and Central Florida's 15 hospitals we're not just caregivers, we're devoted to caring. Located throughout Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota and the greater Orlando area, we're on a journey to reach new heights in service excellence for our patients. As an integral part of the nation's largest healthcare system with more than 15,000 healthcare professionals on our team, we foster an environment where you will be supported, valued and encouraged to grow.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Clinical Resource Manager MIH-OB - Miramar, Florida

Job Summary

RN Licensure in the State of Florida required. Certified Clinical Resource Manager (CCM) preferred.

A minimum of five (5) years of clinical experience with at least two (2) years in Labor/Delivery, Antepartum or Mother/Baby.  Two (2) years of HMO, DMO or health administration experience strongly desired. Must have current Registered Nurse licensure in the State of Florida, possess the ability to communicate effectively and to work as an independent professional, self-motivated, possess excellent human relations skills and organizational abilities.  Must be able to work effectively in a team setting and demonstrate the ability to follow a project or assignment to a successful completion.

Responsible for facilitating and coordinating the optimum medical quality care for high risk pregnant members in the South Florida Community Care product lines. Based on identified client needs, the Clinical Resource Manager-OB formulates an intervention and educational plan to include but not limited to: knowledge of pregnancy, self-care behaviors, lifestyle counseling and referral to community resources as applicable.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Polysomnographic Technologist - Sarasota, Florida

Job Summary

Responsible for the setup, monitoring, scoring and documentation of all procedures performed in the Sleep disorders Center. 


  • High school diploma or equivalency.
  • Graduate of an AMA approved Respiratory Care or EEG education program with experience as a Therapist or Technician.
  • Credentials in either EEG or Respiratory Care. Eligible or Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT).

Conveniently located to most major Florida cities and attractions, Sarasota Memorial Health Care System offers our team members all the amenities associated with an active “Florida Lifestyle”. Surround your self with world-class shopping, PGA quality golf courses, award winning theater, hiking trails and some of the nation’s top beaches. We invite you to explore all of the opportunities found right here in Sarasota, FL! Learn more about our career opportunities by visiting our website at or our beautiful community, by visiting our local Chamber of Commerce 

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Talent Acquisition Consultant – Ambulatory Physician Practice Services - Lakeland, Florida

Job Summary

Lakeland Regional Medical Center is growing and we have created a new position for a high-performing recruiter with a passion for acquiring talent, to join the team as our Talent Acquisition Consultant – Ambulatory Physician Practice Services.  

Reporting to the Talent Partner and their Strategic Talent Acquisition Leader, you will implement innovative strategies to attract top talent who meet current and future business needs of the Ambulatory Physician Practice Services.  Acting as a resource to identify, source, attract and screen diverse, high performing talent, you will:

  • Provide a superior experience to all stakeholders throughout the recruiting and onboarding process
  • Actively participate in team development, achieving dashboards and accomplish department goals and objectives
  • Partner with recruitment team and recruitment ad agency to develop and implement timely recruitment strategies focusing on efficient, proactive approaches
  • Act as a role model and mentor; actively participate in the coaching and development of the Talent Acquisition Team and Talent Delivery Service Team.
  • Utilize LRMC’s applicant tracking system to review applications, communicate with applicants, communicate with hiring managers and facilitate a timely, reasonable recruitment process.
  • Provide effective and timely processing for hiring managers and the employees for assigned positions.
  • Ensure compliance with policies, processes and practices; maintain current knowledge of federal, state and local employment practices and labor laws.


To be considered for this position, we require a detail oriented recruiter with a Bachelor’s Degree in HR or related field, 3 – 5 years of professional recruiting experience and knowledge of employment law.  PHR/SPHR and ambulatory practice experience is strongly preferred. Therapy recruitment experience is a plus.  Your ability to multi-task and work well in a team environment will serve you well in this role.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Manager of Quality Resources - Sanford, Florida

Job Summary

Leads quality performance improvement initiatives.  Utilizes data to identify opportunities for improvement, improve patient outcomes, and ensure appropriate resource utilization.   Leads organizational initiatives to support the achievement of clinical designations and accrediting/regulatory agency standards.  Supports the accreditation process through survey preparation and ongoing readiness.  Develops and implements facility continual survey readiness plan, coordinates survey follow-up and response and oversees action plan compliance.  Continuously prioritizes organizational Quality/Performance Improvement management needs based upon assessment and reassessment of findings/data or populations served, and Supports hospital initiatives in meeting core measures, patient safety and service excellence goals.


Education:          Associates and/or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.                                               

Experience:       Three (3) years of experience in Quality Management in healthcare setting.          

Licensure:          Current FL RN License.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: RN Surgical GYN Oncology/PCU - Orlando, Florida

Florida Hospital Orlando seeks to hire a Surgical/GYN Oncology PCU Registered Nurse who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.  

Job Summary

As a Surgical/GYN Oncology PCU Registered Nurse, you will make providing service your priority while caring for the whole person in a faith-based atmosphere. The RN is a registered professional nurse who is responsible for providing and supervising direct and indirect total nursing care responsibilities to identified age specific groups.

  • Utilizing the nursing process (assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating) in achieving the goals of the nursing department. 
  • Adheres to the Florida Hospital Corporate Compliance Plan and to all rules and regulations of all applicable local, state and federal agencies and accrediting bodies.
  • Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.

Knowledge, Skills, Education & Experience Required

  • American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) certification
  • If certification is from another agency, certification from AHA must be obtained within 90 days of hire.
  • AHA Advanced life support certification (ACLS, PALS, NRP) per specialty/unit requirements
  • If certification is from another agency, certification from AHA must be obtained by 90 day evaluation.
  • EKG, ACLS, PALS, NRP (based on patient population; See document EKG and Advanced Life Support Requirements) (preferred)
  • Graduate of a school of nursing.
  • Unit related experience is required for unit placement
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing (preferred)

Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required

Current registration with Florida State Board of Nursing as a registered professional nurse. Professional certification (preferred)

If you want to be a part of a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality in patient care, we invite you to explore the Surgical/GYN Oncology PCU Registered Nurse opportunity with Florida Hospital Orlando and apply online today.

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: Social Worker- Jacksonville/Orange Park, Florida

Job Summary

Provides full range of hospice social work service and bereavement support to patient and families primarily in the inpatient care center setting, as well as in the home and institutional setting when providing assistance to team social worker coverage. Reports to the Patient Care Manager of the inpatient care center and will maintain good communication with both the senior social worker of the field team and Administrator of the field team in order meet the ongoing needs of patients and their families regardless of geographic location. Works with interdisciplinary team directly, or through coordination of team members, to provide appropriate assessment of and support to patients and families. Serves as liaison with other community resources; assists staff, patient’s physician and volunteers in understanding significant social and emotional factors affecting a patient and family during terminal illness. Provides assessment for normal and complicated grief and provides brief bereavement counseling as appropriate. Works assigned on call shifts. Due to business needs, may be required to work different shifts, teams and location.


Master's in Social Work. Current license as a Clinical Social Worker preferred. If no license, must be eligible for license and must be registered as a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern (RCSWI) with state. If not registered as RCSWI upon hire, must do so within 90 days of hire. Must obtain license as a Clinical Social Worker within 3 years of hire. 1-2 years experience in field. Experience working with interdisciplinary team preferred. Hospice experience preferred. Ability to work non-judgmentally with persons of varied cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds and lifestyles. Current Florida Driver's license and insurance.

For more information, please contact Human Resources Recruiter Marleah Bleke at 352.379.6232

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Rural Health Job Opportunity: RN First Assist - Cardiovascular Surgery- Orlando, Florida

Job Summary

As a Cardiovascular First Assist RN with Orlando, you will make providing service your priority while caring for the whole person in a faith-based atmosphere. The Registered NurseFirst Assistant (RNFA) initiates appropriate behaviors unique to firstassisting, under direct supervision of the surgeon. Applies knowledge of surgical anatomy andphysiology and operative technique relating to operative procedures, whilemaintaining a sterile environment. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and acceptsresponsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.  Performs specialized nursing care in allphases of the peri-operative role.

Knowledge, Skills, Education and Experience Required

  • Ability to communicate by reading, writing legibly, speaking and comprehending English effectively  to carry out job requirements
  • Cognitive, psychomotor, and affective behaviors that demonstrate accountability and responsibility for identifying and meeting the needs of peri-operative patients
  • ACLS certification
  • BLS certification
  • Graduate of Nursing school
  • Graduate of RNFA program
  • 2 years surgical scrub experience
  • 2 years surgical nurse experience
  • Articulates comprehensive knowledge of advanced nursing theory and specialty nursing theory and practice for all age groups (preferred)
  • Computer knowledge and skills (preferred)
  • BSN (preferred)
  • 2 years RNFA experience (preferred)
  • 4 years surgical nurse experience (preferred)

Licensure, Certification or Registration Required

  • Current Florida state licensure as RN
  • CNOR Certification (through the AORN—Association of Operating Room Nurses)
  • RNFA Certification required within one (1) year of being granted permission to practice, through officially recognized organization
  • Privileges in good standing through FH medical Staff

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