Anderson Hospital

6800 STATE RT RTE 162
Maryville , IL

RNFA #18-0573

Anderson Hospital
Maryville, IL Full-time
Posted on November 27, 2018
RNFA  #18-0573
 Maryville, IL
Day with call
Position Type
Education Level: Graduate of an accredited nursing program. Graduate of an accredited program in surgical assisting that includes didactic instruction and supervised clinical learning activities or documented on the job training.
Certification/Licensure: Illinois licensed or eligible. CPR certification required. ACLS preferred or must be completed within one year. CNOR Required. CRNFA preferred.
Experience Requirements: Minimum three years scrub/circulator experience.
Job Description
The RNFA practices in collaboration with and at the direction of the surgeon during the intraoperative phase where behaviors may include handling tissue, providing exposure, using instruments, suturing and providing hemostasis. The activities included in first assisting are further refinements of perioperative nursing practice. May serve in the role as scrub or circulator as necessary.
Anderson Hospital


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