|Date Posted||December 25, 2021|
Looking for Registered Nurses (RN) to work in our Medical Surgical Department!
Lutheran Hospital of Fort Wayne, Indiana is looking for Registered Nurses (RN) - from new grads to seasoned - to join our team! Our passion is to deliver the highest level of expertise and technology, giving nurses at every stage in their career the opportunity to grow, lead and mentor into more specialized clinical areas of our hospital, close to home. Our highly professional team of nurses and doctors are committed to providing quality patient care with a family-centered approach.
Requirements and qualifications:
- ASN minimum
- Valid Indiana RN license
- BLS within 90 days from hire
- Additional certifications completed within 90 days – 6 months from hire
- Hiring new grads to experienced RN’s
Our Lutheran Hospital Medical Surgical 4C department has a total of 25 beds. With a high acuity patient level the concentration is GI post-surgery, OB-GYN post-surgery and Bariatrics post-surgery patients. To be successful in this unit, you must be compassionate, confident, able to adapt quickly, have critical thinking skills to assess patient need, and an ability to care for patients as though they were your family member.
Position details: Full time .9 FTE (36 hours per pay period); Day shift: 7a to 7p; Welcome bonus eligible
As our RN's utilize their specialized skills, and unique training for each department, their dedication and commitment to our patients, families, the community and each other set us apart! Competitive offers may include sign on bonus, relocation packages, tuition reimbursement, and student loan repayment to name a few benefits. Recent grads can grow within our Nurse Residency program while experienced RN's can advance within the Clinical Advancement Program. Apply today to learn more about our full time, part time, and PRN positions.
Equal Opportunity Employer
- No specific experience required
- Associates or better in Nursing
Licenses & Certifications
- L-IN-RN License
- C-AHA BLS Basic Cardiac