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Registered Nurse (RN) - Atrium Health - Carolinas Medical Center - Continence Center/Outpatient - FT

$ Sign-On Bonus Eligible
Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 34133
Job Family: Nursing
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Detailed Shift and Schedule: 8 hours per day Monday through Friday
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 44011011737657-Rehabilitation Services - Physician Clinic


This position is Sign-on Bonus eligible. Experienced RNs with a minimum of 1 year of experience are eligible for a bonus of $10,000 for Full Time positions, and $5,000 for Part Time positions. In addition to the sign-on bonus, new teammates at Atrium Health are eligible for robust benefits packages, paid time off, and a Career Advancement Ladder

Job Summary

The RN Clinical Nurse I/Ambulatory provides professional nursing care through skillful assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation in the ambulatory, outpatient, and Medical Group practice settings in accordance with policies and procedures under the supervision of the supervisor and manager. The RN Clinical Nurse I/Ambulatory will assist in maintaining a safe work environment and performs all related job responsibilities in a safe manner. Maintains clinical and professional competency as appropriate to the population of patients served.

This is a Urology position who will be performing UDS (Urodynamic tests)

Urodynamic tests are used to diagnose patients who have urinary incontinence or other lower urinary tract symptoms. These tests are given to both men and women. Urodynamic tests are used to measure:

Nerve and muscle function.

Pressure around and in the bladder.

Flow rates and other factors.

These tests look at how well the bladder, sphincters, and urethra are storing and releasing urine (pee).

What symptoms might cause your healthcare provider to order urodynamic tests?

These tests are done to diagnose problems in your lower urinary tract. The urinary tract is the body's drainage system for removing wastes and extra fluid. The results of urodynamic testing will help you and your provider find the right treatment.

Most urodynamic tests are meant to discover how well the bladder is holding urine and how urine is empty. The bladder should be able to let out urine in a steady manner so that it empties all the way. Your bladder might contract (squeeze) without you wanting it to, which can lead to urine leakage.

Your healthcare provider might order these tests if you have:

Any type of urine leakage or incontinence.

Sudden and overwhelming urges to urinate and frequent urination.

Pain when urinating or many urinary tract infections.

Problems starting to urinate or fully emptying your bladder.

Symptoms like these indicate that you might have problems with your lower urinary tract.


What are some urodynamic tests?

Urodynamic tests include:

Cystometry, leak point pressure measurement and pressure flow study.


Pressure flow study.


Postvoid residual measurement.

Video urodynamic tests.

Essential Functions

  • Collects data pertinent to the healthcare consumer's health or the situation.
  • Analyzes the assessment data to determine actual or potential diagnoses, problems, and issues.
  • Identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the healthcare consumer or the situation.
  • Develops a plan that prescribes strategies to attain expected, measurable outcomes.
  • Implements the identified plan, coordinates care delivery, and employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment.
  • Delegates elements of care to appropriate healthcare workers in accordance with any applicable legal or policy parameters or principles.
  • Evaluates progress toward attainment of goals and outcomes.
  • Practices in a manner that is congruent with cultural diversity and inclusion principles.
  • Communicates effectively in all areas of practice.
  • Collaborates with healthcare consumer and other key stakeholders in the conduct of nursing practice.
  • Demonstrates leadership in the professional practice setting and the profession.
  • Seeks knowledge and competence that reflects current nursing practice and promotes futuristic thinking.
  • Integrates evidence and research findings into practice.
  • Contributes to quality nursing practice.
  • Evaluates one's own and other's nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statutes, rules and regulations.
  • Utilizes appropriate resources to plan, provide, and sustain evidence-based nursing services that are safe, effective, and fiscally responsible.
  • Practices in an environmentally safe and healthy manner.
  • Practices ethically.
  • Promotes shared governance, or facility decision making activities, developing and nurturing research to positively affect clinical outcomes and promotion.


Physical Requirements


Work requires walking, standing, sitting, lifting, reaching, stooping, bending, pushing, and pulling. Must be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds in handling patients, medical equipment, and supplies. Must speak English in good, understandable terms. Intact sense of sight, hearing, smell, and touch. Finger dexterity. Critical thinking and ability to concentrate. Must be able to respond quickly to changes in patient and/or unit conditions. Physical Abilities Testing required.

Education, Experience and Certifications.
Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing; BSN preferred. Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider status according to American Heart Association. Current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner in the state in which you work and reside or; if declaring a National License Compact (NLC) state as your primary state of residency, meet the licensure requirements in your home state; or for Non-National License Compact states, current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner required in the state where the RN works.