There are red and yellow alarms that go by critical and less critical. But still needed to report and notify assigned RNs. Either to fix the artifacts or check patient like O2Sat or BP or if it’s real VT, HR up or low or other changes like occasional to frequent PVCs and others.
I told him all about what I learned in school and how long I had been waiting to get a job in the field I trained in, which was about 3 years. I also told him I chose St. Joes because they are the ones who offered the position I was seeking and my local hospital doesn't have this position.
Must have done well, but then I have five years experience. They hired me by phone, about 2 hours after the interview. Could not accpet the position, because I stated my minimum salary requirements, but because they are Union, the could only offer a maximum $13 per hour. That would barely cover the cost of gast to drive to work.