Nurses provide their patients with a wide range of services. They usually help prevent injury and sickness, encourage safe living, and take care of the sick. Through prescribing drugs, they provide direct treatment for their patients, and aid with convalescence and recovery. Nurses help patients improve and preserve their health by designing and implementing their patient care plans. Nurses may either choose to specialize in a specific field, or many are general nurses who perform a variety of duties as required by the doctor. Specialty fields include surgery, neonatal, anesthesiology, gynecology and many others. Nurses also grow to become heads of divisions and managers, control over other nurses, set patient care standards and even write the budget of the department.
- Provides direct nursing care in accordance with established hospital policies , procedures and protocols.
- Implement and monitor patient care plans.
- Serves as the primary coordinator for well-coordinated patient care across all disciplines.
- Reports and follows orders of doctors and nurses.
- Assesses and coordinates the needs for patient discharge planning with healthcare team members.
- Maintains professional development and growth through continuing formal and informal education and research in clinical nursing.
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