UCLA Health Clinical Surveillance Nurse Supervisor in Los Angeles, California
The Clinical Surveillance Team Nurse Supervisor is responsible for managing pre-emergent/emergent clinical deterioration of adult non-ICU patients. The CST nurse supervisor is actively and independently detecting and managing patients in a state of clinical deterioration for the purpose of rapid prevention and treatment of further deterioration. These include but not limited to sepsis, CVA, respiratory and cardiac de-compensating patients. The CST nurse supervisor will monitor, assess, and round on patients utilizing predictive modeling tools in collaboration with the bedside clinical team. They are responsible for recognizing, assessing, coordinating, interpreting clinical surveillance data, re-evaluating the nursing care plan of patients and communicating that plan to the assigned team members. They will also perform administrative coordination of the Clinical Surveillance Program and Medical Emergency Team (MET).
Current valid CA RN License, required
BLS and ACLS, required
BSN or MSN, required
3 years of recent critical care experience as an RN, required
Previous Charge RN experience, required
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