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At Trusted Medical Centers –

A unique, compassionate and intentional approach to Emergency Care.

Patients can receive a host of preventive, urgent, and even emergency medical treatments and services all under one roof. This state-of-the-art community medical hospital, located in the heart of Mansfield, Texas, serves patients from all over the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.


Position Title – FSED Registered Nurse


Position Goals

This job description for the Staff RN provides criteria for the evaluation of the Registered Nurse in a staff nurse position. The staff cares for all patients including neonates, infants, children, adults and geriatrics. The staff RN will strive to provide proficient, competent care while maintaining the patient’s sense of comfort and dignity.


Position Responsibilities

The FSED Registered Nurse will be responsible for:

1. Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluation care of ER patients.

2. Meeting and maintaining the RN Standards of Practice

3. Participates in activities to plan, measure, assess and improve the quality of patient care.

4. Carrying out orders by physician accurately and efficiently

5. Identifying emergencies and providing necessary intervention

6. Showing leadership and direction with co-workers and other staff members.

7. Communicating appropriately with patients and co-workers

8. Showing knowledge when collaborating with physicians, nurses and other clinical facilities in making decisions about patient care

9. Lab-shows knowledge and competency in lab duties:

  • Perform laboratory patient testing and reporting as assigned by the Laboratory Director.
  • Perform laboratory tests as described in the Laboratory Procedure Manual.
  • Maintain a current Procedure Manual.
  • Collect appropriate specimens from patients.
  • Checks two patient identifiers prior to collection and labeling
  • Labels specimens at the patient’s bedside
  • Prepare or instruct patients for specimen collection in age appropriate dialog.
  • Prepare specimens to be sent out to a reference laboratory.
  • Follow all laboratory safety policies and procedures.
  • Run controls and document as described in the QC Policy.
  • Calibrate all laboratory instruments, where applicable, as described in the laboratory Policy and Procedures Manual
  • Maintain all laboratory instruments as indicated by the manufacturers. In the event of instrument failure, follow the manufacturer’s trouble-shooting procedures.
  • Maintain laboratory safety equipment in proper working order to ensure their effectiveness and maintain personal protection supplies as needed.
  • Maintain all laboratory work surfaces; clean and disinfect against potentially infectious material.
  • Maintain all laboratory records as described in the laboratory Policy and procedures manual.
  • Make all laboratory records and documents available for inspection by the Laboratory Director, Technical Consultant, or CLIA Inspectors.
  • Order laboratory supplies as needed to ensure that laboratory functions and services will not be interrupted.
  • Follow all directives in the Laboratory Policy Manual.


Position Requirements

The requirements for employment with Trusted Medical Centers are:

1. 2 years minimum RN staff experience in Emergency Room Setting or Emergency Room training.

2. Successful completion of clinical orientation with proven capabilities in skill and knowledge base.

3. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current Texas licensure with the State Board of nurse Examiners. License must be in good standing.

4. Credentials BLS, ACLS, (PALS/ENPC to be obtained as soon as possible after hire-supported by the company as well as NIH Stroke Scale certification)

5. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding, as outlined in clinical competencies review of:

  • Age-specific care of the emergency patient
  • Understanding of family dynamics and appropriate interaction
  • Clinical competencies in abnormal lab or test values, medications and interactions

6. Maintains skill level by continuing education, collaborative training with co-workers and physicians and annual skills check offs.


Physical Demands

  • Standing, Walking, Sitting
  • Twisting
  • Lifting and Carrying up to50 pounds
  • Pushing and pulling
  • Climbing (ascending and descending)
  • Bending/ Stooping
  • Using arm, leg and back muscles for extended periods
  • Capable of lifting up to 50lbs., with assistance
  • Working with hazardous chemicals
  • Potential for cuts or bruises
  • Working near radiation sources
  • Potential exposure to communicable disease

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