The responsibilities of the RN include but are not limited to medication administration ,MD order transcription, draft processing in and out, SHU and S-Block coverage, Infirmary coverage, Treatments, Emergency sick call, Immunizations, and other specialty clinics as assigned. Iv's as needed and to respond to emergencies on dorms and in facility. Diagnose and treat a patient's health problems. Perform health assessments to identify new symptoms of possibly undiagnosed conditions or complications. Administer medication. Manage and deliver restorative or palliative care to the ill, disabled and dying. Teach and counsel patients about maintenance of health and prevention of illness or complications. Contribute as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team and as a consultant on health-related committees to plan and implement the health care needs of inmates. Execute medical regimens as prescribed by licensed physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and podiatrists, and dentists. Registered nurses must be licensed and have a minimum of one year work experience post licensure.