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Are you looking to join a nursing team who provides the highest quality care to patients? Do you want to make a difference each workday?
If so, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is looking for an exceptional clinical nurse to join our team. This unit is a separate area on the Pediatrics floor for patients who need close observation or more-intensive care support; it's a 5-bed unit that opened a few years ago. You will join a team of specialized nurses, who work alongside pediatric critical care intensivists, fellows, & nurse practitioners.
Hours: 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m., with weekend rotation required. LI-Post
Please Note - This opportunity is not open to New Graduate RNs.
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