Registered Nurse, Outreach - Eagle Ridge Hospital (ERH) - Port Moody

City Tri-Cities / Anmore / Belcarra
Job ID 2023-43485
Nursing - (RN) - Intensive Care Unit / Critical Care Unit / Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit
Employment Type
Full Time
Scheduled Start & Stop Times
Days Off
Salary at Time of Posting
$40.21 - $57.78 / hour

Salary range

The salary range for this position is CAD $40.21 - $57.78 / hour

Why Fraser Health?

Come work with us!

Do you have a passion for critical care nursing in a mentorship/teaching capacity?  Eagle Ridge Hospital (ERH) has an exciting opportunity for you as a critical care outreach nurse which will be based out of Emergency and supporting the in-patient units.


This multidisciplinary team responds to calls from in-patient ward staff within the hospital for critically ill patients.  The goal is to work with primary care teams to recognize early signs of clinical deterioration and intervene quickly as well as facilitate in the transportation for those patients requiring a higher level of care. 


We are hiring for a Regular Full Time, Registered Nurse! Apply today and join us in the recently expanded Emergency Department at Eagle Ridge Hospital! ERH Emergency Expansion



Eagle Ridge Hospital is a 168 bed hospital in Port Moody, British Columbia, serving the communities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra. The hospital offers medical, surgical, and cardiac programs, as well as 24/7 emergency services with over 53,000 visits annually. See what Kristy has to say about her experience in emergency nursing at Eagle Ridge Hospital.


The Tri-Cities is an informal grouping of three lively suburban communities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody and two semi-rural residential areas of Belcarra and Anmore that have grown together, and are each unique from the other. These stunning communities offer urban living in a picturesque natural setting - the ideal location for the avid city-goer and outdoor enthusiast. The centrally located area of the Tri-Cities offers the perfect hybrid for all lifestyles. Learn more about the Tri-Cities here: Live Here | Tri-Cities 


Why Fraser Health?


Fraser Health is responsible for the delivery of hospital and community-based health services to over 1.9 million people in 20 diverse communities from Burnaby to Fraser Canyon on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish and Nlaka’pamux Nations.


Our team of nearly 45,000 staff, medical staff and volunteers is dedicated to serving our patients, families and communities to deliver on our vision: Better health, best in health care. Learn more


Fraser Health is proudly recognized as a BC Top Employer. Joining our team offers you opportunities to work in a rapidly growing organization with health professionals who are excellent in their respective fields, career growth and advancement, a competitive

Compensation package (including four weeks of vacation to start, comprehensive health benefits, and pension plan), and the rewarding opportunity to make a difference every single day in health care.


Have you heard about the new incentives within the new provincial collective agreement for Nurses that make taking a regular/temporary position much more appealing? The details below outline a few of the perks that would be available to you, take a read through and see why it’s worth it –

  • Your overall compensation is increased  - As part of the new provincial collective agreement, as a regular status nurse, you receive an increase to overall compensation
  • 100% of your benefits are employer-paid with no out-of pocket (i.e. no waiting for reimbursement)
  • You’re immediately enrolled in a defined pension plan (no waiting period)
  • You’re eligible for 87% maternity leave top-up
  • You can maintain a flexible schedule – As part of the new collective agreement, there are more flexible scheduling options available for regular status nurses.


Eligible Fraser Health Staff and Medical staff now receive a 50% subsidy on their Translink passes!


Effective October 26, 2021 all staff for all positions across health care in British Columbia are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (have received a full series of a World Health Organization “WHO” approved vaccine against infection by SARS-COV-2, or a combination of approved WHO vaccines). Please note this applies to all postings, and there are no exceptions.


Fraser Health values diversity in the work force and strives to maintain an environment of Respect, Caring and Trust. Fraser Health’s hiring practices aspire to ensure all individuals are treated in an inclusive, equitable, and culturally safe manner.


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Detailed Overview

In accordance with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) standards of practice, the Mission and Values of Fraser Health and working collaboratively and in partnership with the interprofessional care team in the provision of person-centered care, the Registered Nurse provides direct patient care by assessing, planning, providing and evaluating nursing care to patients in the designated clinical area; acts as a resource to support acute care staff in the management of patient issues in the designated clinical area and in other areas of the hospital.


  1. Assesses patients and collects information from a variety of sources using skills of observation, communication, data review and physical assessment; makes a nursing diagnosis of the patient's condition and determines whether the condition can be improved or resolved by an appropriate nursing intervention; plans, performs and evaluates nursing interventions and care.
  2. Provides support in the designated clinical area with the implementation of patient care plans and protocols requiring specific nursing skills such as, but not limited to Sepsis Protocol and Induced Hypothermia Protocol; participates in the interprofessional decision process to stabilize patient on the nursing unit, transfers to the designated clinical area and/or facility, or modifies a patient's care plan.
  3. Acts as a role model for nurses by providing collegial sharing of information and by demonstrating advanced practice skills in the designated clinical area.
  4. Establishes a therapeutic relationship with the patient by demonstrating empathy, trust and respect; advocates for the patient's rights to privacy, dignity and access to information and by ensuring the patient's choice and autonomy in decision making and care planning.
  5. Coordinates nursing care for the patient; sets priorities, assigns and delegates tasks to support staff, and makes referrals to the interprofessional care team according to established protocols and practice standards.
  6. Collaborates with members of the interprofessional care team including Physicians, Licensed Practical Nurses, Patient Care Coordinator, Clinical Nurse Educators and other health care professionals/providers in the identification and resolution of issues; makes adjustments to care plans, as required and in regard to changes in the patient's condition.
  7. Plans and discusses referral information with patient and their families/caregivers and in collaboration with members of the interprofessional care team, initiates referrals to appropriate health care/community agencies.
  8. Documents assessments, nursing diagnoses, observations, interventions, patient/family responses, outcomes/evaluations and referrals according to practice standards and Fraser Health procedures.
  9. Participates in research and quality improvement activities by identifying patient care issues, collecting data and identifying needs; recommends corrective action and changes to practices, procedures or protocols.
  10. Participates in and attends in-services and other educational programs; identifies own learning goals and maintains and updates current clinical competence and knowledge within the designated clinical area.
  11. Acts as a preceptor or mentor to assigned new nursing staff and students; shares information, demonstrates care activities and participates in staff orientation.
  12. Provides feedback to the Manager/delegate regarding the effectiveness of patient care programs and policy/clinical decision support tools and equipment.
  13. Participates on nursing committees, care conferences and councils, as assigned or as agreed to with the Manager.
  14. Performs other related duties, as assigned.


Education, Training & Experience
Current practicing registration as a Registered Nurse with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM).


Two (2) years’ recent related acute care experience and completion of a nursing program in the designated clinical area (critical care or emergency nursing), or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.


Current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) or Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).


Skills & Abilities

  • Comprehensive knowledge of nursing theory and evidence based practice within the designated clinical area.
  • Ability to role model evidenced based advanced practice skills in the designated clinical area.
  • Ability to complete initial and ongoing patient assessment (clinical and diagnostic reasoning) and provide nursing care through appropriate/prescribed technical, therapeutic, safety type interventions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with patients, families/care givers, the public, medical staff and members of the interprofessional care team using verbal, written and electronic communication means.
  • Ability to promote person-centered care that demonstrates empathy for patients and families/care givers, sensitivity to diverse cultures and preferences, and patient advocacy.
  • Ability to integrate and evaluate data from multiple sources to problem-solve effectively.
  • Ability to teach and instruct patients and families/care givers about topics essential to their health care and well-being.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work.
  • Ability to collaborate with and promote cooperation among members of the interprofessional care team.
  • Ability to use factual information, prior learning and basic principles and procedures to support nursing decisions and actions with relevant research-based evidence/evidence-informed practice.
  • Ability to operate related equipment including applicable computer applications.
  • Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.


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