About Del Sol Medical Center
Since 1974, Del Sol Medical Center has provided quality healthcare to El Paso and the surrounding region. As a full-service, acute care hospital in East El Paso with a Level II Trauma designation in Emergency Services, we continue to expand our services to meet the growing needs of our tristate community, providing special expertise in Cardiology, Maternity & Child Services, a Level III NICU, a Center of Excellence designation for our Bariatric Clinic, a Level II Trauma Center, and a newly renovated 32-bed Rehabilitation Hospital.
The physicians, nurses and staff at our 350-bed hospital are committed to providing the highest quality care with compassion and integrity.
The RN Resident is a registered nurse participating in a specified training program which is standardized based on area of specialization. The training includes orientation, combined with unit based, precepted clinical experiences and didactic instruction.
The RN Resident is under the direct supervision of their Preceptor and Supervisor Nursing Unit. According to hospital policies and procedures, by the direction of their Preceptor, the Immersion Resident assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates nursing care for assigned patients.
Current RN licensure in Texas or Texas Graduate Nurse (GN) Permit
Current BLS certification.
If critical care unit: Current ACLS certification upon hire (Exception: GN must obtain within six (6) months from date of hire or transfer into nursing unit)
If critical care unit: Current PALS certification upon hire (Exception: GN must obtain within six (6) months from date of hire or transfer into nursing unit)
Graduation from an accredited/approved school of professional nursing, no longer than six months ago. Completion of ADN or BSN degree.
ADN Graduates: Enrollment in a RN to BSN program is required within 90 days of hire date. Completion of BSN Program required within 3 years of enrollment.
Preferred BSN degree