Seeking a part-time or per diem RN for our surgical centers.
We have an opportunity for an experienced Registered Nurse (RN)
who will be responsible for coordinating and controlling the
multi-disciplinary activities required and providing a safe
environment for patients undergoing pain procedures. This is a per
Lags Medical Registered Nurse position you will assume the
responsibility for improvement of patient safety during the state
of enforced dependency created pre-operatively, intra-operatively,
You will be responsible for creating a safe, therapeutic
environment in which the patient's psychological, physiological and
physical needs are identified, anticipated and met.
Provide a channel of communication between events and team
members in the procedure room and persons who may not be in the
immediate area, but who are concerned with the patient's operative
Be responsible for documenting accurate, timely data
appropriately. (This includes documentation of Incident Reports,
Nursing Notes, Log, etc.
Since 2000, the LAGS alternative approach to pain treatments has
returned patients to a healthy, active lifestyle: restoring
function by minimizing pain. We focus on the diagnosis and
treatment of chronic pain, joint pain, knee pain and back pain
using our cutting-edge program: the MAP protocol. This 3-tiered
approach addresses pain from the Metabolic, Anatomical and
Psychological perspectives – to treat the underlying causes rather
than simply covering up the symptoms with medications.
Improving our patients' quality of life by reducing pain and
restoring function using the latest evidence-based,
minimally-invasive, interventional treatments
We require a minimum of one year of experience in peri-operative
nursing, including a thorough working knowledge of surgical and
Must be a licensed nurse in the State of California and have
current C.P.R. certification of BLS and ACLS.
Ability to travel to other Lags Surgery Centers, if needed, is a
May be expected to lift twenty-five pounds without assistance.
May be required to push patients in wheelchairs or on gurneys.