If you want to be a part of a team that operates like a family and challenges each other to constantly improve and grow together, you belong here. As a Nurse (RN) with our Med-Surg-5 West or 5 Central unit, you will care for patients ages 14 years and up, with conditions ranging from general acute medical, to surgical patients with different illnesses and comorbidities. A nurse in this position is trained and competent in caring for patients in a variety of areas including: orthopedic, trauma, and other medical health issues.
You will be encouraged to advance through our Career Ladder program, and our unit leadership will support you achieving this goal. In addition, we encourage our nurses to become nationally certified through the Medical Surgical Board and/or the American Nurses Association and certification fees are eligible for reimbursement after achieving certification. All of our 12 unit supervisors are Nationally certified in Orthopedics and/or Medical Surgical and 35% of our RNs are Nationally certified. Your growth will be supported whether you want to focus within our unit, or advance into another unit in any of our facilities.
We know that our ability to provide the highest level of care begins with our incredible staff. Because of this, we provide unique benefits like free concierge services to run your errands while you work and well-being support through on-demand resources, as well as excellent retirement options and core benefits. Financial benefits are important too, and outside base compensation we provide relocation bonuses if you are moving to our wonderful community, and referral bonuses for many clinical positions.
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Our team has a broad knowledge base and pride ourselves in being experts in providing care to a variety of medical issues, including caring for patients who are preparing and recovering from surgery. At the core of who we are, we embody inter disciplinary care. This means we coordinate and collaborate with all providers in touch with a patient, thus ensuring continuity of care throughout their hospitalization up to when they are at home. As a member of our team, these core values will be integral for you to be successful in this position.
Because of the variety of patients we see, you will be given the constant opportunity for excitement and experience. This means you should have the ability and willingness to: work closely with team members, have excellent communication and problem-solving skills, and have the desire to work closely with skilled surgeons, other physicians, nurses and support staff in all areas of specialty, including trauma cases. Our Central unit is a 28-bed unit and 5 West is a 52-bed unit; both are expert in caring for patients with Covid-19 diagnosis.
Experience and education minimum requirements
- Graduate from approved, accredited registered nursing program
Licenses and certifications
- Current California Registered Nurse License
- Current BLS certification
- Basic Arrythmia must be obtained 6 months of hire or transfer into job
- Adult Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification within one year of hire or transfer into job
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