Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 404-bed hospital that builds on a proud tradition of healthcare excellence in Osceola County, Florida. Osceola Regional is conveniently and centrally located in Heart of Kissimmee only minutes from Orlando, St. Cloud, Celebration and Poinciana.
Nationally recognized as a Top Performer in Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission, 2015 Top Urban Hospital by Leapfrog, designated by the state as a Trauma Center Level II, and being the largest hospital in Osceola County, Osceola Regional Medical Center offers a full range of specialized health care services such as the Heart and Vascular Institute, Advanced Primary Stroke Center, Certified Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI), Pediatric Emergency Room, Pediatric Inpatient and Intensive Care Units, the Baby Suites birthing unit with Neonatology Intensive Care Unit Level II, Orthopedic & Spine Center, Behavioral Health Center with Outpatient Services and a freestanding Emergency Department in Hunter's Creek which serves South Orlando.
Med/Surg Inpatient Physical Rehabilitation:
This state-of-the-art inpatient physical rehabilitation center focuses on
traumatic injuries, brain/neurological disease, as well as orthopedic and spinal injuries.
With a focus on recovery, occupational and physical therapies help patients improve or re-learn daily functions while providing 24hr nursing care.
Supporting services include psychological services and speech therapy.
The Registered Nurse reports directly to the unit Clinical Manager,
and is responsible and accountable for
the delivery of patient care through the utilization of the nursing process in
accordance with physicians' orders, established policies and procedures,
established professional standards, and administrative hospital-wide
An EEO/AA Employer M/F/V/D. Tobacco Free Campus.
FL RN License and/or approved multistate license, if compact license held, active FL RN license held, active FL RN license required within 90 days of hire
Current BLS through American Heart Association required
Direct inpatient rehab experience; one year or more preferred in hospital setting involving extensive knowledge of rehab/criteria.
Education: Nursing Diploma