Registered Nurse RN - CCU - Nights
Health Central Hospital, a part of Orlando Health, is one of central Florida's most progressive healthcare providers. Located in Ocoee/Winter Garden just minutes from Orlando, our facility features a unique design, 253-bed acute care hospital, as well as an Emergency Department. Health Central Hospitals commitment, attitude and actions reflect 60 years of service to its surrounding communities and neighbors.
As an Critical Care Nurse at Health Central, you will be responsible for providing direct bedside care to patients in a multisystem intensive care unit, to ensure the delivery of quality service and optimal patient flow. You will find rewards in playing a meaningful role that ensures every patient receives the safe, quality and personalized care they deserve.
We hold a silver beacon award recognized by the AACN and have received awards consecutively for six years for outstanding quality outcomes.
Top reasons to work as a registered nurse (RN) at Health Central Hospital:
- Work/Life Balance- Full time, part time, and pool positions available
- Clinical ladder- Growth opportunities available to our team members
- Competitive Pay- Evening, nights, and weekend shift differentials offered for qualifying positions
- Committed to Quality- Orlando Health a member of the Florida Surgical Care Initiative (FSCI), a collaboration of Florida's hospitals that focus on preventing surgical complications and improving quality of care
- Employee-centric- Orlando Health has been selected as one of the 2019 "Best Workplaces in Health Care and Biopharma" by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE
- Variable Full-Time, 3 - 12 hour shifts per week.
- Weekend rotations and volunteer holidays as needed.
- ASN required; must have BSN in process and be willing to obtain within 36 months per ANCC Magnet Status
- Maintains current Florida RN license and BLS/Healthcare Provider certification are required
- BLS with Healthcare Provider Certification
- 12+ month nursing experience in a hospital setting
- Experience in a multi-system Critical Care Unit strongly preferred