We Are Hiring
Ascension St. Francis Hospital is hiring a full-time, day RN to join our Cardiac Stepdown Intermediate Care Unit. This position typically works 12-hour shifts, 7am-7pm, but we do have some 8-hour options available if preferred. This is a great opportunity to join an experienced team and a fantastic stepping stone to a career in the ICU. Join our friendly community today! Generous sign-on bonus for qualified candidates.
Why Join Ascension?
Ascension St. Francis is a full-service hospital on Milwaukee's south side that has been serving the local community since 1956. With a large medical staff of more than 700 doctors, our hospital can provide the scope of services of a large medical center without losing that small community hospital atmosphere that our patient’s notice the minute they walk in our doors.
What You Will Do
As a Cardiac Stepdown Registered Nurse with Ascension St. Francis Hospital, you will have the opportunity to provide direct patient care to age ranges from young adults to geriatrics. These are post-cardiac and vascular surgery patients. Additional patients may include other heart-related conditions requiring high-frequency monitoring and interventions.
You will have many opportunities for assessments, lab value analysis, patient/family teaching, wound care, IVs, and medication administration/management. This position will have the opportunity to learn drips.
- Implement and monitor patient care plans within the cardiac stepdown intermediate care unit.
- Serve as a primary coordinator of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care on the unit.
- Note and carry out physician and nursing orders on the cardiac stepdown intermediate care unit.
What You Will NeedLicenses/Certifications/Registration:
- Required Credential(s):
- BLS Provider credentialed from the
- RN with approximately 18 months or less of experience. Ability to manage complex workload required.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Ascension Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against employees or prospective employees on basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sexual orientation, disability, arrest and/or conviction record, military status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected by law.
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