- Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in patients’ conditions.
- Prepare patients for operations or treatments.
- Record patients’ vital signs.
- Preparing and serving medications as Dr’s order
- Coordinate with healthcare team members to assess, plan,evaluate patient care plans.
- Prepare rooms, sterile instruments, equipment, or supplies and ensure that stock of supplies is maintained.
- Change dressings on wounds.
- Prepare the unit for receiving patients immediately after surgery
- Provide exceptional care to critically ill patients in ICU.
- Ensure safe delivery of care for patients on ventilator.
- Administer medications and intravenous fluids.
- Provide quality of care for restore functions of musculo-skeletal system and prevention of complications
- Care of patient after orthopedic surgeries and patient on traction
- Monitor wound for signs and symptoms of infection.
- Promoted and supported patients and families in coping with illness.
- Exhibited motivation and dedication by providing highest quality of care to each patient.
- Supervised and acted as preceptor for new graduates, and newly-hired RNs.
- Keep records of assignments and adequate documentation
- Collect body tissue, feces, blood, urine, or other body fluids for examination and analysis..
- Maintain accurate hospital registers and hospital inventory.
- Administration of medication according to the order
- Performnursing procedures as per set protocols in the department.
- Provides quality of care for the promotion of comfort,mobility and self-care activities.
- Work with doctors to perform treatment on patients with musculoskeletal conditions.
- Prepare a pain management schedule for patients based on doctors prescriptions to prevent patients suffering from pain.
- Educate patients on steps to take to manage pain and how to avoid post-surgical infections.
- Help patients improve mobility and functionality by helping them to redesign their personal spaces.