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Northwest Eye Surgeons Perioperative Nurse (RN) - Renton, Northwest Eye Surgeons in Renton, Washington

Be part of an exciting and team-oriented, multi-specialty Ophthalmology practice!

An ideal candidate will be patient-focused with a love for working with the senior community. We are currently looking to fill a Full-Time, 40-hours per week Perioperative Nurse position in our Renton location. Northwest Eye Surgeons is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salary and full benefits packages including PTO and 401(k) matching.

NWES provides a great work life balance with no weekends or holidays work.

  • Provide individualized and specialized care to patients:

  • Perform pre- and post-operative patient calls

  • Prepare patients for examinations and treatments

  • Record and analyze patient medical histories, symptoms, and conditions

  • Circulate patients throughout surgery center

  • Administer medications and treatments

  • Create patient care plans with the help of other healthcare professionals

  • Perform diagnostic tests on patients to assess their condition

  • Document and communicate actions to maintain continuity among the nursing team

  • Comply with procedures, regulations, and rules in maintaining medical records

  • Perform cooperatively with physicians and staff exhibiting teamwork characteristics

  • Demonstrate initiative, insight and functions under the direct supervision of the RN or provider in complex situations.

We love helping out all ASC locations when needed so occasional travel may be necessary (averaging less than once a month).

Requirements

  • Hold current license from the State Board of Nursing to practice as a licensed practical nurse

  • Graduate of a college or university and/or accredited school of nursing preferred

  • Current or previous ophthalmic or OR experience a plus, but not mandatory

  • Current CPR/AED is mandatory and ACLS is preferred.

  • Proficient with computers, Microsoft Office products, Windows environment, and strong keyboarding skills.

  • Basic knowledge of Medical Terminology

  • Knowledge of sterile technique as it applied to the operating room.

  • Basic math skills (add, subtract, etc.)

  • Demonstrate strong ability to multitask

  • Have flexibility to help in all areas and effectively work in a team environment

  • Maintain a professional presentation, patient confidentiality and have strong interpersonal skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication for exemplary customer service

  • Strong organization and attention to detail

Benefits

  • Competitive Salary

  • Full benefits offerings including Medical, Dental, and Vision

  • Health Care and Flexible Spending Account options

  • 401(k) Plan with employer match

  • 8 Paid Holidays

  • Generous Paid Time Off policy

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