Lankenau Medical Center Level ll Trauma Center is a 331-bed non-profit teaching hospital located on a 93-acre suburban campus just outside of Philadelphia, PA. Lankenau Medical Center is one of four acute care hospitals in our health system, which also includes a hospital for rehabilitative medicine, a treatment center for drug and alcohol recovery, a home care network providing home health services, and a freestanding biomedical research center. Lankenau Medical Center serves as the hub for the Lankenau Heart Institute, the health system's comprehensive cardiovascular medicine and surgical program.
The Combined Intensive Care Unit (CICU) is a 32-bed critical care unit on 4-Pavilion Lankenau Medical Center of Main Line Health.
The Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit is a 14 bed critical care unit located on 4 South of Lankenau Medical Center. The staff in these areas works in both of these Intensive care units. We care for a variety of patients including Cardiology, Surgical, Trauma and Medicine.
Education: BSN Degree required. Licensures & Certifications: A current PA RN license. Current ACLS/CPR is required on hire Certification in specialty area desired. Experience: 3-5 years in Acute care setting in Critical Care/Trauma preferred.
We offer an extremely competitive compensation package including Paid-Time Off, health/dental/vision/prescription coverage, wellness programs, retirement plans, competitive shift differentials, and extensive continuing education support.
Applicants must certify that they have not used tobacco products or nicotine in any form in the 90-days prior to submitting an application to Main Line Health. This will be verified during pre-employment testing.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
Associated topics: ambulatory, coronary, domiciliary, infusion, intensive care, neonatal, nurse clinical, nurse rn, recovery, surgery
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