Intensive Care Unit Staff Nurse RN ICU

If you enjoy challenges and are driven, then look no further than this job opportunity for a ICU Nurse with an innovative hospital in scenic, Southern California.

This short term acute care hospital has been designated as a Best Regional Hospital by U.S. News & World Report. The Critical Care RN will have the opportunity to work for a nonprofit hospital that is dedicated to providing superior healthcare to patients and their families. This 250+ bed hospital was awarded as a Thrombectomy-Capable Stroke Center by Joint Commission in collaboration with American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

Reporting to the Critical Care Manager, the Critical Care Nurse works with Nurse Directors, Nurse Managers, and staff to provide professional nursing care in the ongoing assessment, planning, and treatment of patients and families. The ICU RN will also exhibit good judgment, competency, and decision making for quality patient care and medication administration. The CCU RN will have recent critical care experience working in an acute care hospital.

The Critical Care CCU Nurse is responsible for utilizing hospital resources wisely while promoting physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being in accordance with the philosophies and standards for the hospital. Also, the CCU RN will use critical thinking to ensure overall quality of care to patients and families to establish a partnership of culture, care, and safety. The ICU RN will also be a patient advocate and provide quality of care to patients.

The ICU Nurse enjoy all that southern California has to offer. From year-round sunshine to world renowned food. Great schools and neighborhoods are found close by, as well as miles of sandy beaches. The weekends can be spent outdoors or enjoying the amazing shopping in the area. Disneyland is not too far and there are always sporting and live music events going on.

This hospital will offer the Critical Care Nurse a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.