Harborview- Nurse, Rn2, Acute Care, Med-Surg (Experienced Rns)

University Of Washington Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 8 months ago

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For detailed information on Benefits for this position click here. Join Harborview Medical Center's teams of outstanding med/surg/acute care/tele nurses! (Registered Nurse 2; RN2). Harborview Medical Center is a level one adult and pediatric trauma center as well as regional burn center for a four state region; a teaching and research hospital for the University of Washington; and a public/safety-net hospital for our diverse community

Acute Care, Med-Surg, Tele

  • 6MB - Planned Surgery
  • 90%, Night opening, per diem variable shifts positions open.
  • 6EH - Ortho Trauma
  • 90% Nights & 90% days openings; and per diem variable shifts positions open.
  • 7EH - Trauma/General Surgery
  • 90% night shift position open; and per diem variable shifts open.
  • 5EH - Med/Surg/Tele
  • 90% day shift & 90% night shift positions open; and per diem nights open.
  • 4EH - Med/Tele/Oncology
  • 90% night shift openings, per diem variable shifts positions open.
  • 8EH - Burns/Plastics/Peds
  • 90% nights openings as well as per diem days/nights available.
  • 4WH - Trauma Rehabilitation
  • 80% Evening opening as well as per diem variable shifts open.
  • 3WH - Neurosciences
  • 90% nights positions open; and, per diem variable position open.
  • 3EH - Med/Tele
  • 90% nights & 90% Evening position open; and per diem variable shift positions open.
  • 1EH12 - Med/Surg/Tele
  • 90% nights position open.
  • Acute Care Float Pool
  • 90% nights open; and per diem variable shift positions open.

Continuity of Care Program (CCN)
50% week-end days & per diem positions open.

CCN positions requires minimum two years acute care nursing experience.

Continuity of Care Nurses (CCN) coordinate all aspects of care leading to a timely transition to the next level of care for patients on acute care units. The CCN serves as a liaison between patients, families, medical teams, nursing staff, social services, interdisciplinary team members, consulting and referring physicians and agencies involved in the care of patients from REQUIREMENTS: Legal Requirement

  • Current license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Washington.
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