An exciting opportunity has just opened for a compassionate and experienced NOC Critical Care Staff Nurse to join this high-volume, high-acuity Critical Intensive Care Unit. Apply today, and join a team of dedicated nurses and clinicians in one of the Southern California’s leading and progressive non-profit medical centers.
With around 200-beds, this short term acute care medical center in Orange County is actively searching for exceptional, experienced Staff RNs to join its Critical Care Patient Services team. This person will join an outstanding nursing program, and a non-profit hospital that’s become a staple in the community over its 50+ years. Centered around its most acute services is a full host of community health services including Primary Care, a great Family Birthing Center, Oncology Care, and a highly-rated Orthopedics program.
Reporting to the Shift Manager of Intensive Care Nursing and the ICU Charge Nurse, the Staff RN will serve in a busy and high-acuity unit. Your talents will join those of an outstanding unit as you collaborate across disciplines and departments to ensure that patient care is front and center. Supported by two CCRN Charge Nurses to provide clinical vision, leadership, and mentorship, this strong staff of 70+ Critical Care Registered Nurses, a CCRN Critical Care Educator, Post Anesthesia RNs, and support staff have earned awards for outstanding patient care and satisfaction.
This multi-specialty Critical Care Unit / Intensive Care Unit has had an astounding track record of delivering the highest quality, award winning care for more than 6 years. The Critical Care RN will take direct clinical patient care role in this high-performing 22-bed unit, and you’ll get to work with an outstanding staff. Clinical support will be provided by Interventionists who are staffed around the clock, offering Cardiac, Stroke, and Post-Surgical Care,
The NOC RN Critical Care Nurse will play an important part in the day-to-day clinical and patient operations of the Intensive Care Services Department. The Critical Care Nurse will take responsibility for patient assessment and history review, working with the physician and family to develop a clear path of care. Working under unit leadership, and in close collaboration with attending physicians, the Nurse will help formulate a care plan and execute on that plan. This person will get the opportunity to grow their skills through developing efficiency upgrades and operational improvements, and they’ll get to lead projects to execute on those visions.
The NOC Critical Care Staff RN will find that Southern California has something for everyone. A short drive west will put you on the beautiful, sunny beaches and warm surf of the Pacific Ocean. Fun weekend getaways like Disneyland, Wild Rivers, and Knott’s Berry Farm are waiting around every corner. A huge number of highly-rated grade schools, secondary schools, and colleges make education (and continuing education) easily accessible. Add to this a wealth of national and state parks nearby, and you have a great place to raise a family.
The Critical Care Registered Nurse (RN) will take a vital role in the operations of this community health organization. You’ll support the mission and vision of the hospital, and you’ll get the opportunity to develop valuable skills and experience. In addition to the knowledge that you’re helping to keep this community happy and healthy, you’ll also receive a generous benefits package and a competitive compensation.