Registered Nurse, Cardiovascular ICU at Orlando Regional Medical Center - req2480
Orlando Health is a $3.8 billion not-for-profit health care organization and a community-based network of hospitals and care centers in the Orlando region. The organization, which includes the area's only Level One Trauma Centers for adults and pediatrics, is a statutory teaching hospital system that offers both specialty and community hospitals. They are: Orlando Regional Medical Center; Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children; Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies; Dr. P. Phillips Hospital; South Seminole Hospital; Health Central Hospital; UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health; South Lake Hospital (50 percent affiliation); and St. Cloud Regional Medical Center (20 percent affiliation). Orlando Health's areas of clinical excellence are heart and vascular, cancer care, neurosciences, surgery, pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine, neonatology, and obstetrics and gynecology.
Orlando Regional Medical Center Cardiovascular ICU is seeking Registered Nurses to join their elite team! We are undergoing tremendous growth; this excellent opportunity provides a very competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
- Graduate of an approved school of nursing
- One (1) year of hospital Registered Nurse experience required
- Cardiac step down, Medical PCU or ICU RN experience preferred
Nurses at Orlando Health have an esteemed past, spanning close to a decade. Since 1918, nurses, have embarked on and continue to leave a legacy of caring for patients, families, and our community. At Orlando Health, nurses advocate for superb patient care, are trusted, and respected by our patients and inter-professional partners. We believe in using the best evidence to guide practice to achieve exemplary outcomes for our patients. Our mission is to provide exemplary patient centered care focused on improving health and optimizing outcomes for the communities we serve; and to advance the profession of nursing through clinical excellence and caring practice.