Intermediate Care Jobs in HI
The care provided at an intermediate facility is designed to provide custodial medical services for those who can't be cared for by their own disabilities or declining health.
Included in this type of setting are acute patients that require stability but lack the ability to return home; they may also need assistance with daily living tasks such as bathing, dressing, etc., which makes these facilities perfect spots within our healthcare system.
Being an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse is an extremely challenging job. ICU nurses are required to have a great deal of education and experience and act as the patient’s advocate when they are unable to communicate their needs or concerns. The ICU nurse must be able to quickly assess each individual case and respond accordingly in order to provide the most optimal care; however, during off-hours, there may not be much for an ICU nurse to do until something changes with the patient. The nurse may take vitals again, or call a physician or another nurse with questions.