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ER nurses assess and triage patients, deliver care to stabilize them for release or admission, coordinate care, communicate with multiple teams, and inform family members. Common cases include fractures, chest pains, wounds, trauma, and respiratory distress.
ER nurses require the following certifications:
ER/ED nurses must have an ADN or a BSN from an accredited institution. The BSN takes longer, approximately 4 years, but is considered more valuable and will likely help you find work more quickly and at a higher income. New graduate nurses can secure jobs in the emergency department often through a residency program that provides 6-8 weeks of precepting.
ER nurses have the following responsibilities: