Emergency Room Staff Nurse

A new opportunity to join a Joint Commission accredited facility in New York is now available for an experienced Emergency Room Staff Nurse. This position is primarily a night shift position.    

The Emergency Room Staff Nurse will have the opportunity to join a multi-site facility that is home to more than 325 beds and has been a part of the community for more than one hundred years. This hospital offers a variety of services to their neighboring community members such as a Level III Trauma Center, Level II Nursery, 24-hour Emergency Department and many others.  Employee’s that work within this facility our empowered to take on more responsibility and to be pro-active within their teams. Top of the line resources are available for employees to continue professional and personal development.   

Under the direction of the Emergency Services Nurse Director, the Emergency Room Staff Nurse will be responsible to provide, delegate, and coordinate nursing care provided and is guided by the policies and procedures of the hospital. This new Emergency Room Staff Nurse will utilize the nursing process to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate direct and indirect nursing care of the patient.  This medical center is looking to bring an experienced Emergency Room Staff Nurse that comes with their New York State license and willingness to work varied shifts. 

This Emergency Room Staff Nurse will have the opportunity work and live right on the water in a place that was voted one of the best to live in all of New York. The fun and excitement of Manhattan is just a short drive away for the Emergency Room Staff Nurse.  This area of New York is great to start or even expand a family as the public schools are highly rated and the outdoor activities are perfect for growing children. 

A well-qualified Emergency Room Staff Nurse will be offered a strong compensation package, a full suite of benefits along with the opportunity to earn tuition reimbursement. Apply today and join this well-respected health system.