RN - Emergency Department - Westwood


The role of
the emergency department RN is to provide professional nursing care to patients
in an academic, emergency department setting. The emergency department RN
provides quality care to multiple patients of all ages with complex medical
conditions. Ability to identify patient and family learning needs and promote
effective working relationships is required. Populations include adult,
pediatric, psych, geriatric, trauma, STEMI and stroke.

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UCLA Health
is an internationally-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals
and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers
and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles. We are also home to
the world-class clinical, academic and research capabilities of the David
Geffen School of Medicine. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we
have become Los Angeles' trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient
care. If you're looking to experience greater challenge and fulfillment in your
career, UCan at UCLA Health.

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a BSN or MSN degree
  • Current and valid California RN license
  • Current BLS, ACLS, PALS and TNNC (in process is acceptable)
  • One year of direct patient care in an emergency department setting
  • Clinical skills include patient assessment, IV start, and knowledge of medications, IV infusions and airway management
  • Ability to provide appropriate care for high acuity patients such as stroke, STEMI, trauma, psych, and pediatric populations
  • Identification of abnormal/ lethal cardiac rhythms and ability to provide appropriate treatment.
  • Knowledge of electronic medical record documentation
  • Skill in speaking English clearly and distinctly
  • Ability to identify changes in patient condition and provide appropriate interventions

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.