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Job Number: 732539 Date posted: 10/15/2018
- Provides pre-anesthetic preparation and patient evaluation. Obtains appropriate health history. Ensures patient identification. Recommends, requests, and evaluates pertinent diagnostic studies.
- Documents pre-anesthetic evaluation. Obtains informed consent for anesthesia. Selects and/or administers pre-anesthetic medications.
- Selects, prepares and administers anesthetic agents or other agents administered in management of anesthetic care. Informs Anesthesiologist and/or surgeon of changes in patient's condition.
- Provides anesthesia induction, maintenance, emergence, and post anesthesia care. Inserts invasive line catheter/devices. Performs tracheal intubation and extubation, airway management. Provides mechanical ventilation. Performs venous and arterial punctures. Obtains blood samples. Performs and manages regional anesthetic. Manages patient's fluid, blood, electrolyte and acid base balance. Provides perianesthetic invasive and non-invasive monitoring utilizing current standards and techniques. Responds to abnormal findings with corrective action. Recognizes and treats cardiac dysrhythmias through use of perianesthetic electrocardiogram monitoring.
- Evaluates patient response during emergence from anesthesia. Institutes pharmacological or supportive treatment to insure adequacy of patient recovery from anesthesia and adjuvant drugs. Provides post anesthesia follow-up, report, and evaluation of patient's response to anesthesia and for potential anesthetic complication. Takes appropriate corrective actions. Requests consultation whenever indicted.
- Documents anesthesia related care.
- Identifies and manages emergency situations. Initiates or participates in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
- Provides consultation and implementation of respiratory and ventilatory care.
- Performs or orders equipment safety checks as needed. Notifies supervisor or Anesthesiologist of needed equipment adjustments/repairs. Cleans and sterilizes equipment. Orders supplies.
- May perform patient care to the extent necessary to maintain clinical expertise, competency and licensing necessary to fulfill job responsibilities and to direct the provision of care on the unit.
- Provides direct patient care on an as needed basis. Provides services that are within scope of license and in compliance with all legal, regulatory, and policy requirements relevant to clinical role performed.
- Incorporates the KP Nursing Vision, Model and Values through out their Nursing Practice.
- Graduate of accredited nurse anesthesia program.
License, Certification, Registration
- Valid Hawaii RN License (must meet education requirement(s) for Hawaii State licensure).
- Valid Hawaii APRN Recognition (must meet education requirement (s) for Hawaii State recognition) (must obtain within six (6) months of hire).
- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA).
- Certified Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) by the American Heart Association.
- Current BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR or CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification.
- National Provider Identifier (NPI) and Taxonomy code required at time of hire.
- Strong patient assessment skills.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in oral communication, written communication, interpersonal relations, customer service, adaptability, and change management.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in word processing PC applications.
- Two (2) years of anesthesia care in acute setting experience.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
About Nursing & Physician Assistant Careers
Through professional practice and leadership, nurses at Kaiser Permanente continually advance the art and science of nursing. But we recognize that what we do is more than clinical practice. We believe that every interaction — whether it is with a patient, a colleague, a physician, or anyone else — has the potential to be extraordinary. And we find that approaching our daily routine with this in mind gives each and every action new meaning and allows us to focus on the moment, empowering us to deliver expert care.
No matter where you are in your nursing career, the size and scope of our organization means you have the resources, technology, tools, and support you need to make a lasting impact.
Physician Assistant Careers
Physician assistants play a powerful and important role in delivering high-quality, informative care. Working directly with patients, their families, colleagues, and supervising physicians, they are vital in defining the overall care experience.
Being a physician assistant at Kaiser Permanente is centered on promoting a healing environment — one that maintains a caring, comforting practice while honoring the unity of the whole patient: mind, body, and spirit.
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