A wonderful opportunity to join a fantastic organization is now available for a Critical Care Registered Nurse interested in working nights in Surgical Critical Care.
This academic hospital is consistently recognized for quality and clinical excellence, including recently receiving Health Grades’ Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence. They also routinely receive awards and recognition for their clinical services, including Cardiac Care, Stroke and Pulmonary. They were named one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Critical Care across the board. They are also known for their nurse-friendly polices, including shared governance, evidence based practice and many fringe benefits.
The Critical Care Staff Nurse will work in a large SICU that sees complex post-surgical patients, including trauma, cardiothoracic, neuro and general surgery patients. This is a Trauma Center and they are soon going to be breaking ground a new surgical tower. The nurse who enjoys a fast-paced, high-acuity environment will enjoy this hospital and the unit.
Collaboration is very valued here, so the ideal candidate will be a team-player who understands how to work not only within their unit but across the entire hospital to achieve a streamlined process and experience for critically ill patients. Only nights are available now, but this may change in the future.
This position is located in a midsize suburb and within short driving distance of the larger cities of Baltimore and Philadelphia, in area that prides itself on being a great place to live or work. Great museums, lots of outdoor activities and a variety of shopping experiences to please any tastes are just a few of the attractions that can be found here.
This hospital offers comprehensive benefits that include medical, dental, vision and retirement. They would also offer funds towards relocation. Apply now and join this professional, caring team in the Critical Care Division.
Apply today to join a team that emphasizes dedication to patient care, clinical distinction and treats their nurses like family.