Temecula Valley Hospital brings advanced technology, innovative programs, patient-centered and family sensitive care to area residents.Â Â The hospital features 140 private patient rooms; emergency care featuring ER Reserve; advanced cardiac and stroke care; orthopedics; general and surgical specialties. TVH is nationally recognized for Patient Safety by The Leapfrog Group, with a 2017 Top Hospital Award and 4 consecutive â€œAâ€� Grades for Patient Safety. In addition, the hospital has received many awards including; The American Heart Association/American Stroke Associationâ€™s Get With The GuidelinesÂ®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award, The Joint Commissionâ€™s Gold Seal of ApprovalÂ® for Certification for Hip and Knee Replacement and a 4 Star Medicare Hospital Compare Rating. We are proud to be a recipient of the Inland Empireâ€™s Top Workplaces in 2017. Temecula Valley Hospital has been designated an Aetna Institute of QualityÂ® Cardiac Care Facility for comprehensive heart and vascular treatments-including Cardiac Medical Intervention, Cardiac Rhythm Programs and Cardiac Surgery.Â
Registered Nurse Medical Surgical
Reporting to the Director of Medical/Surgical/Telemetry and/or designated supervisors and charge nurses, responsibilities include assessments, diagnosis, planning, intervention, and evaluation and documentation of adult and geriatric patients. Additional accountabilities include counseling and education for patients and families. Overall responsibility is for the nursing care of patients and for maintaining standards of nursing practice and optimal outcomes, including the supervision of all categories of nursing personnel.
Care provider must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the patientâ€™s age group. Care provider must demonstrate knowledge of principles of growth and development over the life span; must be able to assess and interpret data about the patientâ€™s status in order to identify each patientâ€™s age specific needs and provide the care needed by that patient population