Registered Nurse First Assist RNFA

  • Job Reference: 462920020-2
  • Date Posted: 2 January 2022
  • Recruiter: Clinical Management Consultants
  • Location: Kahului, Hawaii
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

An excellent opportunity is now available for a Registered Nurse First Assist, RFNA, at a nonprofit Medical Center in Hawaii.

The Registered Nurse First Assistant RNFA will be part of a locally based and locally-managed non-profit healthcare organization that is known for providing the community with quality services for the past 60 year. The 200 plus bed hospital is a center of excellence for perinatal and cardiac services.

The Registered Nurse First Assist RNFA will join a dynamic Perioperative Services team that is nationally recognized. The Operating Room has 105 full time employees and 11 Operating suites. The Registered Nurse First Assist RNFA will report to the Surgical Service Nurse Manager, who in turn reports to the Director of Perioperative Services. In addition, there are 3 other Registered Nurse First Assists who collaborate on this role.

The department itself is incredibly busy, performing over 7,500 inpatient and outpatient surgeries every year. Most procedures are either Orthopedic or General surgery, with some Cardiovascular and Neurosurgery.

Due to the incredibly fast pace of this unit, the perfect Registered Nurse First Assist RNFA should have an inpatient hospital background. The hospital is also seeking a very caring and compassionate individual who is a team player and prioritizes the patient above all else.

The Registered Nurse First Assist will have the opportunity on of the most beautiful islands, Hawaii.  Home to endless outdoor activities, beautiful weather and an excellent work life balance.

The Medical Center is part of a large and stable healthcare organization, with facilities throughout the region. The medical center is prepared to offer a generous salary, comprehensive benefit package and lucrative bonus potential.