A Critical Care Nurse is responsible for administering care to those who are seriously ill or injured. They are trained to treat patients who have suffered strokes, heart attacks or grave wounds, such as gunshot wounds, stab wounds or head injuries. Critical Care Nurses will assess a patient’s condition, perform diagnostic tests, begin treatments and assist doctors with any required medical procedures.
Job Skills & Qualifications
Bachelor's or Associate's degree in nursing
Current RN licensed to the current standards of the state
Minimum 1 year of ICU experience
Minimum 3 years of Critical Care experience