Employee Health Nurse (Rn)

HCA North Richland Hills , TX 76180

Posted 1 week ago

Employee Health Registered Nurse

Full-time Days

Medical City North Hills is an award-winning 164-bed acute care hospital located in the heart of northeast Tarrant County in North Richland Hills. The hospital offers a full range of services, specializing in heart and vascular services, orthopedics, surgery, and emergency care and has been recognized as a Top Performer by The Joint Commission for 2013 - 2015.


The Employee Health RN promotes health and safety to all employees, providing control and oversight of employee health files, screenings, immunizations and other services as mandated.


  • Facilitates the Employee Health Program which includes following up employee illnesses and injuries and conducting employee health screenings;

  • Responsible for the implementation and coordination of employee safety programs.

  • Participate in health promotion/educational community involvement, life time learning and nursing research.



  • ADN required; BSN preferred;.

  • Knowledge of applicable regulatory guidelines, standards and accrediting agencies;

  • Knowledge of Disease Transmission;

  • Understanding of workplace ergonomics, wellness programs and occupational programs;.


  • Licensed RN in the state of Texas;


  • Three (3) years of hospital nursing experience is required. Employee health, infection control or emergency experience preferred.

"Employee Health" "Occupational Health" "Hospital Employee Health" "Registered Nurse" RN "Occupational RN"

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Employee Health Nurse (Rn)