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Albany, New York
Huntington, West Virginia
Cooperstown, New York
Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colorado
Location: Fredericksburg, Virginia
Internal Number: R-10537
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Interested in beginning your nursing practice in our Critical Care Center or ICU at Mary Washington Hospital? Apply here!! Surgical Intermediate CareSurgical Intermediate (2 South) is a 32- Bed Telemetry Monitored Surgical Stepdown Unit, designed for patients that require close monitoring for a variety of reasons. Our patient population consists of surgical patients (neuro, extensive abdomen surgeries, Whipples, ect.), trauma, stroke, chronic mechanical ventilation, DKA patients requiring insulin infusions, MSET responses (requiring a higher level of care from medical), high oxygen support needs, COVID and the stepdown population (complex medical patients, sepsis, and respiratory failure). Our team focuses on providing high-quality, excellent patient care while partnering with the multi-disciplinary care team. Cardiac Progressive Care
Cardiac Progressive (2 North) specializes in the care of cardiac stepdown and complex medical stepdown patients. Our patient population consists of respiratory failure, sepsis, highly acute congestive heart failure, titratable drips requiring additional monitoring from the nurse, thoracic surgeries, and post open heart surgery patients to name a few. Our dynamic team members collaborate to ensure we provide our patients and their families with an excellent experience while they are in our care.
Cardiac CareCardiac Care (3 North) is a 32-Bed Telemetry Monitored Cardiac Care Unit. Our unit is designed for patients who require close cardiac telemetry monitoring. We care for patients with the following diagnoses but not limited to: post cardiac procedures (cardiac catheterization, pacemaker placement/upgrade, AICD placement, ablations, and Watchman procedure), Acute or Chronic Heart Failure, and Cardiac Arrythmias. On this unit you can experience a variety of patient acuity from specialized cardiac drips to bedside cardioversions. Our fast-paced unit takes pride in providing excellent patient care through the collaboration with the multi-disciplinary care team and unit comradery!Intensive Care Unit (Medical & Surgical)Mary Washington Hospital's ICU is 38 beds, separated into a Medical ICU (MICU) and a Surgical ICU (SICU). The MICU's typical patient population can include diagnosis such as respiratory failure, DKA, renal failure and more. The SICU's population is more specialized, with trauma patients, CV surgery patients (such as TAVRs and CABGs directly from the OR), neurosurgery patients, and other complicated surgical patients. Specialized equipment seen in our ICUs includes (but is not limited to) ventilators, CRRT, Intraaortic balloon pumps, Impella, EKOS, and therapeutic temperature management. We are a fast-paced, hardworking, interdisciplinary ICU team with the benefit of 24/7 in-house intensivist coverage and eICU services.
Practice Standards for a Level I Registered Nurse:
In the MWHC Practice Standards, a Level I Registered Nurse is outlined in the following areas of:
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
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